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Cookware

Guardian Service triangle pots, anyone?

jebaker | Mar 2, 200810:34 AM     27

My mother recieved a set of 3 Guardian Service triangle pots for her birthday from her brother. The gift was recieved with many thanks but now we fid ourselves with a problem.

What on earth do you cook in a triangle aluminum pot? I researched the brand and found that they were made around the 40's (wow!). This was aninteresting fact, but what was more interesting is that the only recipie book for the brand was also published in the 50's.

I've found it on e-Bay but my mother doesn't approve of buying it online (why, why, why must she make this so hard?) So here's my question:

Does anyone know of the brand/cookbook? If so do you have any recipes that you are willing to pass along?
Or-
Does anyone know what we could cook in a triangle shaped aluminum pot in general?

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