Skandi Rogers wrote:I have one that size or maybe even bigger, but it doesn't tip and runs on bottled gas. I use it for boiling potatoes for chicken feed, and boiling water for plucking poultry.
Dan Boone wrote:I honestly thought I was going to click through and find out that you had scored one of those old round cast iron cauldrons that we always used to see in those mid-20th-century racist cartoons and comic books where third world peoples with bones in their noses were in the process of boiling up some missionaries or an intrepid colonialist explorer in a safari hat.
Julia Winter wrote:That is a super cool pot!
I would use it to make applesauce, especially if you're right about the steam function keeping things from burning. That would be really useful.
I wonder what it takes to put something on a container ship? That would be the way to get it to the Philippines, right?
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