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Very interesting … so I have a pan given to me as a gift that that I’ve always assumed was stainless steel due to it’s looks, feel, and behavior. I have been loving it: it has a heavy copper bottom which browns things very evenly along the entire usable surface of the pan, and somehow it has always proven to be the easiest thing to clean no matter how badly I char something to it (even more easily than well-seasoned cast iron, which is usually pretty easy). So while there are many other, unrelated reasons to think I’m a fool, loving this pan is not one of them.

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Q. I'm getting very mixed messages about the quality of flatware available today. I own a whole kitchen's worth of "stainless steel" utensils that never rust, corrode or pit. Recently, I purchased a beautiful set of 18/10 flatware from Wallace. Well, I'll be darned if this great "quality" stuff doesn't rust, pit, and stain. The claims are that the "8" or "10" add to the anti-corrosion quality. Not so. It was only after much surfing the net that I discovered that this is supposedly normal. The advertising never makes this point clear of course. It happens mostly on the butter knives but has also occurred on other pieces. I'm ready to send the whole set back even though I love the pattern. Should I go back to the "cheap" stuff that I really can put in the dishwasher, say an 18/0 quality? What was my old stuff made of I wonder? If I wanted to hand wash and polish my flatware, why wouldn't I just use my silverware? Please help.

So how does one package this man, and his oeuvre, into a Whitney-shaped retrospective? And how do we navigate the jaded playground, stuffed with pretty little bits of perversion and banality. As always, the experience is riddled with love and hate, disgust and revelry, purification and contamination, knowledge and colossal ignorance . Contradictions, contradictions, contradictions, as curator Scott Rothkopf aptly captures.

J, did you find a range hood that works for 7" ceiling? I am having the same issue for a basement kitchen. I see I can purchase the Zline KL or KB series and purchase the short kit that could work on 7 foot ceiling but wanted to see if there was a better option without having to get the additional kit. Thanks!


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