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The Culinary Arts: 1920

The Culinary Arts: 1920

Washington, D.C., circa 1920. "George Washington University." Saucepans 101. National Photo Company Collection glass negative. View full size.

 

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Cookware

@ elisekasten:

Yes, a double-boiler for sure...

What are those pans?

Some kind of double-boiler? Never seen anything like them.

O that hair!

Is that marcelled, or just three gorgeous dos? Plain as that kitchen might be, the ladies are well turned out. And that foot is nicely turned out, too!

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Our lesson for today, entitled "Saucepans 101," will be taught by that world-renowned culinary expert Sue Veede, Ph.D, TbSp, mL, Lb, Oz

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