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Re: /schools/chef

In a message dated 05/21/2004 9:34:57 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
Cersgarden@aol.com writes:

> Auralie, I, too, have the copper bottom pans I have had since the late 50s 
> and I polish them faithfully every time I use them.  Always had them hanging 
> from a pot rack in the kitchen but since being in this home, I do not have 
> the 
> right location for one.  When building, I made such I had everything else I 
> wanted but forgot a spot for the rack.
>   Ceres 
> Ceres, we have a peg-board that hangs on the wall behind a door.  You can buy 
the stuff pretty inexpensively and just peg the hooks into it in whatever 
pattern you want.  Arrange the pots and lids to fit and make a pattern.  I think 
it's most attractive and more conservative of space than a pot rack.

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