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Rebecca – LOL!!! SO TRUE!Thx Ivan!
Oh my God! Rebecca that is exactly what I was thinking! I too am in the market for a potrack but have been confounded by the exact same dilemma: do I only put pretty specially-purchased things up by my stove thereby defeating the whole purpose of having a potrack by my stove?
Again and again I strive to avoid the pitfall of Diderot and his beautiful red dressing gown. Still not there. Sigh.
PS. Kim, great potracks.
Thanks for including my pot rack and kitchen in photo #1! I was very surprised to see it here.
wow..mind meld – my husband just said to me yesterday that he thought we needed to get a pot rack. Thanks for the inspiration
I always think the best racks are above kitchen islands— what else would you ever put up there?!?! 🙂 I like your post!
nice round up! i love our hanging pots, it just makes things so much easier!
First I spotted my kitchen and pot rack here, then later it turned up here: http://babeczkaa.blox.pl/2010/01/podwieszone.html#ListaKomentarzy
After translating the page, pot racks don’t seem too popular in Poland.
Hey! Thank you for posting my pot rack – photo #2, it is against the wall over the workbench. And to answer the question about hanging only "the pretty pots…" The pots you see hanging, I use EVERY DAY. Hang, hang, hang, the pots you use. When you can afford it, buy one really good pot at a time. That is what I did. When you finally get the good stuff, you find you don’t need many at all. I needed a rack out of necessity – I have no storage in my tiny kitchen. But thanks for sharing.
I think a cooks kitchen needs a good rack, but if you are afraid to show the pot, should you really be cooking with it. All our favourites have battle scars and franklythere seems to be a few pots there that havnt seen a stove.
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