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Do You Have Dirty Film on Pots and Pans?


So besides the fact that you could use the Walker Display picture hanging system to hang your pots and pans on the wall, we were so excited to tell you about a perfect way to clean those dirty, filmy pots and pans to make them look like new again (in fact, they might be brand new)!

Things you’ll need:

  1. Pots and pans with a dirty, hazy film on them, and

2. White Distilled Vinegar

Simply pour a little of the vinegar into the pot or pan and let sit for perhaps 5 or 10 minutes (we usually cover it so it doesn’t evaporate). You may also put it on the stove top and heat it up for a short while (we find this usually works better).  Dump out the vinegar and scrub it.  And PRESTO!  You have clean pots and pans again!  You will want to play around with this to see what works best for you and your kitchen.

Now to store them:

You could always use the Walker Display picture hanging system in your kitchen with Molding Hooks to hang your freshly cleaned pots and pans for easy access and to proudly display your clean pots and pans.  You might even find that you’ll find cooking that much more fun!

Bon appétit!

P.S. The link below is one of our favorite salmon curry recipe (yes, it says “Shrimp Curry”).  We substitute a small filet of Salmon for the shrimp.

Shrimp Curry

We also use Canola Oil instead of Peanut Oil, but unrefined Coconut Oil may be the best.   Don’t forget to serve it over white rice with a ripe avocado!  Some chutney is a perfect match for it too!  Here’s that recipe:

4-5 large Roma Tomatoes (can be any type tomato), 1-2 garlic cloves, 2 birds eye pepper or jalapeno (you may skip this if you want it mild), salt to taste, blend in a food processor.  Add some mint or cilantro prior to blending if you prefer to change it up a bit.

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