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Cooking in a Copper Fish Poacher?

redlights | Oct 11, 202004:13 PM     10

I think the final frontier of my copper collection would be a Copper Fish Poacher/Poissonniere. I don't allow purely decorative pots and pans in my kitchen because I don't have the space for them, but I could potentially justify one if I used it to make things. The only kicker is that I have no idea what to actually make in one. I thumbed through my cookbooks and did a quick google search but I didn't find anything that gave me any sort of instructions on how to use one well. Does anyone have any guidance for me? Do you have one and use it? Or know of a cookbook or website that discusses using one?

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