Cast Iron Cooking Stoves

cast iron cooking stoves
    cooking stoves
  • (cooking stove) stove: a kitchen appliance used for cooking food; "dinner was already on the stove"
  • (Cooking Stove) A stove built for preparing food. In this survey, it may also be used as the main heating equipment. (See Heating Equipment and Appliances.)
  • (Cooking Stove) To see a cooking stove in a dream, denotes that much unpleasantness will be modified by your timely interference.
    cast iron
  • Cast iron usually refers to grey iron, but also identifies a large group of ferrous alloys, which solidify with a eutectic. The colour of a fractured surface can be used to identify an alloy.
  • A hard, relatively brittle alloy of iron and carbon that can be readily cast in a mold and contains a higher proportion of carbon than steel (typically 2.0–4.3 percent)
  • Firm and unchangeable
  • extremely robust; "an iron constitution"
  • an alloy of iron containing so much carbon that it is brittle and so cannot be wrought but must be shaped by casting

Spicer's & Peckham's Coal Cook Stove
Spicer's & Peckham's Coal Cook Stove
The display reads: Coal Cook Stove Manufactured by Spicer's & Peckham Rhode Island 1881 This cast iron stove is known as a "brick-set" range. It was designed to be installed right in the fireplace. This style was manufactured beginning in the late 1870s, and production ceased about 1900. It is interesting to note that all identification on this stove is "stamped" on bolted metal plates. Nowhere is the name of the manufacturer cast directly in the metal, which was standard industry practice. Museum Acquisition 1995 Anonymous Donor, South County, Rhode Island Reconditioned by Emery and Brandon Pineo, Antique Stove Hospital!, Little Compton, Rhode Island Copper Hot Water Tank Dahlquist Mfg. Co., Boston, Massachusetts ca. 1921 Gift of Emery and Brandon Pineo, 1996. Kitchen Security Safe (to the right) American, ca. 1900 Painted tin Kitchen safes were used to store staples, keeping them clean, dry, and away from insects and mice. This beautifully decorated safe has named compartments for tapioca, rice, hominy, barley, graham, meal, and oatmel. Note the lock in the center panel and the built-in handle for grinding coffee. Museum Acquisition 2002 Taken November 12th, 2010.
chestnuts roasting on an open fire
chestnuts roasting on an open fire
you can lift out the cast iron round and put a pan directly in the fire (great for wok cooking too!). this old chestnut roasting pan we found years ago at papie's house is being put to great use now that it's cold. we have the cast iron stove going morning and night and that is where we are cooking all of our food. it's a learning curve (banana bread with burnt top) that i look forward to tackling this winter.

cast iron cooking stoves
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