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Wearever Modern Method

Saguaro | Mar 9, 2012 09:20 AM

I am an enormous fan of Wearever Modern Method cookware. The aluminum stuff with the stainless steel liner. I know it was in production into the early '70s but I would like to know when production ceased. I was told that it was designed by Harley Earl, the first Vice President of Design at GM. Can anyone confirm or deny that. There used to be a fellow in Ohio who went by the d/b/a of "The Everyday Gourmet" who would repair and sometimes be able to replace Modern Method pieces, does anyone know if he is still around. Lastly, does anyone ever see pieces for sale. I could use the largest sauce pan. Thanks.

Edit, maybe I should specify that Modern Method is the series with the straight sides that taper inward toward the top, has round knobs with a starburst pattern in the tops, and has small metal hanging loops at the ends of the handles.

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