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Maggie New began writing professionally in Aluminum cookware is a long-standing kitchen staple due to its low cost and ability to effectively conduct heat. But decades ago, as autopsy reports found unusually high levels of aluminum in the brains of people with Alzheimer's disease, concern arose over the health risks of this metal -- including the safety of cooking foods in aluminum cookware.
There was a time when aluminum housewares collected dust on antique store shelves. These days, however, anodized aluminum made during the s and '60s is quite popular with mid-century fans. Colored aluminum pitchers, serving trays, and larger bowls can bring even more when found in excellent condition.
Aluminum may look like a jet age material, but it was first formulated out of alumina clay in Nichols said the show originated in when she saw the Alcoa Aluminum archives in the History Center in Pittsburgh. It's the first show to look at aluminum.
I found your site on web looking for "dangers of aluminum cookware". I have recently acquired my grandmother's "cast aluminum cookware". Not being a chemist I am not sure if that is the same as anodized.
Hammered aluminum makes for beautiful, antique home decor. However, aluminum is a soft metal, making aluminum dishes and other items very easy to damage while cleaning. Abrasive cleaners and scrubbers such as steel wool cannot be used or else they stain and scratch the item.
It made products for domestic use such as frying pans, casseroles, kettles and baking trays, and also made metal products other than cookware. Wagner was active between andand at one time dominated the cookware market, selling in Europe and the US. The purchasers of the company in continued the brand, and Wagner products are still manufactured today.
These antique cooking and baking gadgets give new meaning to the phrase "just like Grandma used to make. Perfect for pumping out pretty cookies in the '50s. It's actually meant for cutting delicate cakes like Angel food. In Grandma's kitchen, everything had its rightful place.
Sandy asked: I have many aluminum platters and trays from the s. How do I clean them to get rid of the tarnish without scratching them? They are dull and I would love to clean them, but the product I tried was too abrasive and scratched the surface.