Cast iron cookware has been used in cooking for hundreds of years. You can probably recall your grandparents using cast iron cookware such as frying pans and skillets. These great cookware items can usually be found in some form or another where seasoned outdoor chef’s set up their outdoor kitchen.
Cast iron cookware is a great addition to any outdoor kitchen. It has the nostalgia of being used by early 19th century settlers and pioneers. These early settlers used these treasured kitchen items for their durability and their ability to retain heat.
A Room Full Of Collections – Long ago you were given a blue plate, then you bought another one at a local bazaar and then a friend gave you one for Christmas and, before you knew it, you had a collection! Your collection of plates, dolls, jelly moulds, tin cans, or whatever, offers great decorating possibilities if you display it well.
The Antique Longcase Clocks – The longcase clock is the classic English clock, and is generally considered the finest achievement of English clock-making. Longcases are prized by collectors for the high quality of their cases and movements, and enjoy a wide popularity today.
There are large numbers in circulation, as they were possibly the most widely produced type of antique English clock. They were also produced in the United States – where they are known as tallcases – and on the Continent of Europe, but generally in lesser quantities than in England.