Revere Ware produced during the good years of 1939-1968 has a stamp on the bottom that includes a circle and either the words “Process Patent” or “Pat.Pend.” Newer Revere Ware has a much simpler logo that does not include a circle or any reference to a patent.In the early 60's the profitability of Revere Ware began to level off.Coinciding with new series introductions, cost cutting measures were implemented in the manufacture of the traditional cookware.Initially Revere Ware was the culmination of various innovative techniques developed during the 30's, the most popular being construction of Stainless Steel with rivetlessly attached bakelite handles, copper clad bases and rounded interiors for ease of cleaning.Over the next 40 years, Revere Ware would introduce new series to position itself in competition with other manufacturers at various price points, or for specific specialty markets.
L'inscription et la connexion peuvent être réalisées via un compte Google ou Facebook.Revere Ware is a line of consumer and commercial kitchen wares introduced in 1939 by the Revere Brass & Copper Corp.Focusing primarily on consumer cookware such as (but not limited to) skillets, sauce pans, stock pots, and tea kettles.A little googling told me that Revere ware was first made in NY and now is not made in the US at all. For no particular reason, I'm curious about the history of these pans. Chef Theo Friedman meets with one of North Brooklyn Farms' farmers to discuss the chef−produce purveyor relationship, in addition to the importance of seasonality and flavor when developing the menus for his transformative culinary events.I also read some complaints about the newer ones being poor quality. In preparation for his Stella Artois dinner party, Chef Theo then visits Union Square Greenmarket to pick out fresh, local ingredients for his end-of-summer celebration.
The first aluminum cookware was introduced in 1892 by Pitsburgh Reduction Company (later renamed ALCOA).