My new stove

Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by Bantymama, Jan 28, 2008.

  1. Bantymama

    Bantymama Songster

    Apr 19, 2007
    I have been looking for 10 years for a stove like this. One i like and can afford and it happened on saturrday. I'm so excited. The color does not show very good it is a cream and a real pale green. I don't think i would be able to use due to it burns wood and insurance reasons.

  2. MissPrissy

    MissPrissy Crowing

    May 7, 2007
    Forks, Virginia
    I LOVE it!

    You can get the fireproofing for the floor and walls. It is easy to install.

    If that stove is solid and not rusted out I would learn to cook on it. I would even build me a summer kitchen and move it out to be used all year long!

    I just have a little free standing wood burning stove for heat. It has a 2 level flat top. I have learned to cook on it! I do alot of my winter cooking on that stove and never turn on my big electric stove especially when I am making soups, stews or stocks. I can do some bread, pancakes on it as well as steaks and chops and bacon or sausage.

    It is amazing what you can learn to do if you give just try.
  3. Southern28Chick

    Southern28Chick Flew The Coop

    Apr 16, 2007
    I love it. I want one like that!!!!!!!!!! [​IMG]
  4. hooligan

    hooligan Songster

    Aug 20, 2007
    I love stoves like that! And really anything antique. I would totally try to cook on it.
    (We have the same linoleum) [​IMG]
  5. okiechick57

    okiechick57 Songster

    [​IMG] that is so awesome.......I would so love one just like go girl !
  6. nccountrygirl

    nccountrygirl Songster

    Jul 31, 2007
    Sanford N.C.
    I think it's gorgeous. I would try to use it.
  7. I am right along with the rest, and say use it. It's beautiful! I wouldn't mind having one of them either. Thanks for sharing!
  8. JaciesCoop

    JaciesCoop Songster

    Aug 16, 2007
    That is wonderful. As and antique dealer I can tell you they are getting so hard to find in that condition. You did good!!

  9. Yep, hard to come by. Most were melted down during WW2 to make tanks and such!

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