Garage Sale and Thrift Shop Kitchen Ware!! Or A Cook is Only as Good as Her Kitchen Tools!

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I have been posting a lot of cooking recipes lately, especially soups and chilies so I was thinking about how lucky I am to have found so many great pieces of cookware at garage sales and thrift stores.  Don’t be afraid to buy cookware at thrift sales or garage sales, a good scrub or a trip through the dishwasher and they are good as new.  And a heck of a lot cheaper.

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This beautiful blue enamelled cast iron pot with it’s lid and matching serving bowl was a fantastic find at a garage sale last summer.  For only $10 it was a steal.  It is my new favourite pot, nothing sticks to it too.  And that is saying a lot because I have a collection of Le Creuset enamel ware that we bought when we were living in Germany (dirt cheap) that I love very much.  But this is now my go-to.

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This long bread pan and the Denby stoneware baking dishes, one even has a lid were only $10 all together.  The bread pan is amazing for meatloaf too and I made what I have been told; is the best meatloaf ever in this pan.  Maybe I should post that recipe too.  It’s awesome.

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These white baking pans were all thrifted.  I realized after taking the picture that the lonely one on the lower left has a twin but it was in the dish washer.  These all cost me about $2.99 – $3.99 a piece, sometimes I got them on 50% off days, so they were even cheaper.

Hopefully, if you love or even like to cook, you have some great pieces of cookware that make cooking a pleasure.  I know I get excited to cook when I have good pieces that never fail me.  Hope you are lucky at garage sales and thrift stores finding great pieces too.  Cheers, Michele

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