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2 gallon stock / sauce pot, stainless steel by Cook N Home.

Durable 2 Gallon Stainless Steel Cooking Pot with tempered see through glass lid by Cook N Home. Also avialable in 5 quart, 12 quart and 20 quart sizes. Read more...

Cooks Standard 20 Quart Stock Pot, Stainless Steel.

Professional grade 20 Quart Stainless Steel Cooking Pot with stainless steel riveted handles that stay cool. Also available in 8 quart, 11 quart and 30 quart sizes. Read more...


40 Gallon Beer Brewing Pot.

Durable 40 Gallon Beer Brewing Pot with accurate temperature gauge. Also available in 5 gallon, 7.5 gallon, 10 gallon, 15 gallon, 20 gallon, 25 gallon, 30 gallon and 45 gallon brew pot sizes. Read more...


Large Outdoor Cooking Pots for those camping and hiking adventures.

Large 5 quart outdoor open fire cooking pot for soups, stews, etc. while outdoors on your camping or hiking trip. Pots non-stick coating makes this cooking pot easy to clean. Read more...


Best Non-Stick-Stockpot by Calphalon 8 Quart Soup Pot.

Large 8 quart non stick cooking pot for soups, stews, etc. Glass see-through lid, dishwasher safe, oven safe to 450 F. Read more...



Cooking Tidbits

An Herb Garden - (The Golden Rule Cook Book - M.R.L. Sharpe, 1912)


No one thing pays better for the little trouble expended than a small herb garden. Buy two or three tarragon plants, cover them in the winter, and in the autumn pick the leaves to make vinegar and to dry. Plant chervil, parsley, thyme, chives, and a plant of rosemary.

A window-box will keep parsley and chives on hand, and a clump of chives from the market will grow for weeks if set in a bowl and watered occasionally.


Vegetable Stock - (The Golden Rule Cook Book - M.R.L. Sharpe, 1912)


Few meat stocks have of themselves more flavour than vegetable stock, that is, the water in which vegetables have cooked. The water in which rice, onions, leeks, celery, beans, cabbage, etc., have boiled is valuable in Vegetarian cookery, and the wise cook will use it in many ways to enhance the flavours of soups and sauces.



Colorful Kitchen Picture for Cooking, Canning.


Bar Keepers Friend



Cooking Pots on Campfire.


12 Pack Stainless Steel Pot Scourers