Oldsarge

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Those suspended pot racks have always appealed to the wufe and I and we bought one for the kitchen in our Hoosierville home.However, we learned the hard way that they take a whole lot more headroom that the sales personnel in those kitchen stores say they do! LOL. :(
I have long felt they were far more useful in a professional kitchen with 10' ceilings. I have pretty high ceilings but absolutely NO desire to spend time polishing copper! Things that don't go in the dishwasher rarely get used, except for cast iron, of course.
 
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