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Cookware

Lo-Heet Cookware

Vivi50 | Feb 20, 201805:18 AM     12

I'm taking a shot in the dark here considering the time that has passed between the postings regarding "Lo-Heet" cookware, but I recently inherited my late mother's "Lo-Heet" cookware that she and my father purchased in 1957 when they were newly married. They purchased it at a "party" when they could hardly afford it, but my Dad was impressed with the quality and performance and it proved it's worth over their 60 years of ownership and use. With the exception of her cast iron skillet which she used to make cornbread, the Lo-Heet was the only cookware she ever owned. It is still in pristine condition even though she used it every day. I'm hoping to find a set of instructions on how to use the cookware properly. Can anyone please help?!

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