Antique stove’s versatility conquers convenience – The Boston Globe   Leave a comment

 

 

When John Buscemi talks about his dual-fuel range, he doesn’t mean one of the modern, high-end, gas cooktop-electric convection models. Buscemi’s cooker, a cast-iron Gold Medal Glenwood, is powered by gas and coal, and it was the top of the line about 100 years ago.

via Antique stove’s versatility conquers convenience – The Boston Globe.

Posted March 15, 2011 by dmacc502 in Baking, History

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