Giveaway #4: All-Clad Frying Pan

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All-Clad 10-inch Frying Pan

It’s the 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways! On the 4th day of Christmas, there was the hardest working pan in my kitchen. Everyone needs a good all-purpose frying/saute pan. It sears, it sautes, it simmers, and it goes straight from cooktop to oven with no problems. It also goes from oven to cooktop with no problems, assuming you remember to put an oven mitt over the handle – but it’s a mistake you’ll only make once!

To enter the giveaway, simply answer the following question in the comments below: What is the oldest piece of cookware that you own?

Update: The random generator thingy has spoken: Krsita with comment #174 is the winner! Please check your email for instructions on claiming your prize. The elves are waiting!

Mine is a small, nonstick pan that we use solely for scrambled eggs. It cost me less than $10 new when I moved into my first apartment… which was a long, long time ago. So long that if it were a person, it would be old enough to slam doors, roll its eyes, and screamed about how much it hated me. Side note – I can’t wait for my sweet little girl to be a teenager.

You can earn up to 4 extra entries by:
– Tweet about the giveaway (it’s easy, just click here!) and leave the link to your Tweet in the comments.
– Leaving a separate comment below that you follow us on Twitter.
– Leaving a separate comment below that you follow the blog’s Instagram feed.
– Leaving a separate comment below that you follow my mad recipe pinning and house projects that I wish I could pay someone to do for me on Pinterest.

(Extra entries can only be counted if left as a separate comment – your comment # is your entry.)

Good luck!

The fine print:
– Maximum of five (5) entries per person.
– Giveaway ends at 12:01am (Texas time!) on December 13th.
– Winner will be selected by one of those cold, soulless, unfeeling random number generator thingies and announced on this post after selected.
– Winners will receive an All-Clad 10-inch frying pan (maximum retail value of prize = $80).
– Prize must be claimed within 7 days or it will be forfeited.
– Winning “extra entry” comments can be subject to verification.
– Prize can only be shipped to a US address.
– All prizes are provided by Confections of a Foodie Bride, unless stated otherwise.
– Official giveaway rules can be found here.

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  • Stephanie Jury

    I follow you on pinterest!

  • Stephanie Jury

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  • Stephanie Jury

    The oldest piece of cookware is a griddle that got handed down to us from my grandmother(in law). We have no idea how long she had it.

  • A soup pot… It’s about 5 years old.

  • Mb

    a Lodge cast iron skillet I got at a flea market

  • Anh

    oldest cookware i have is a collapsible strainer my mom gave me when i went to college. we had had it for as long as i remember growing up!

  • A good pan is definitely most needed in the kitchen. The oldest piece of cookware that I have is my mother’s pot that she makes Korean food in. I think it’s been around since I was born.

  • Anna Barri

    The oldest piece of cookware that I have is a wooden spatula, it’s my favorite and I can’t chance it for one new!

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    THx!

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  • Anna Barri

    I follow you on twitter, my username @annikiole

  • Anna Barri

    I follow you on IG, my username @gastroadikta

  • Anna Barri

    I follow you also in Pinterest, my pinterest board: http://pinterest.com/gastroadikta/

  • Susan

    The oldest piece of cookware is probably a saucepan that I have had since I went to college and lived in a suite…and I probably got it from the supermarket with one of those promotions they used to have!

  • TaraO

    All of my stainless steel pans date back to when I got married-over15 years ago!

  • TaraO

    I follow you on Pinterest.

  • Kathy Smith

    Probably my crockpot which first belonged to my mother!

  • Leslie

    My waffle maker.

  • I inherited my father in law’s stuff and he was a former chef…. probably his knives! 😉

  • Leslie

    I follow you on pinterest

  • Ariana

    I have my grandmother’s Kitchen Aid … probably about 15 years old at this point?

  • Ariana

    And I follow you on facebook!

  • Janet L

    An extremely large crab-boil pot from my mom. It’s probably 25+ years old.

  • Megan

    A glass mixing bowl I got from my mom – its the perfect size for everything!

  • Ali

    All of our pots and pans were handed down from my parents – they got them about 30 years ago! So we could definitely use this frying pan!

  • Ali

    I follow you on Pinterest!

  • Ali

    I follow you on Instagram!

  • NancyG

    My oldest piece of cookware is my Dutch oven. It’s over 30 years old.

  • My favorite and oldest pot is a caldero( cast iron cooking pot, similar to a Dutch oven, with a tight-fitting lid) used in most Puerto Rican dishes. My daddy gave it to me when I got married 14 years ago. He is no longer with us, and every time I use it I remember my Daddy!

  • The oldest is a tiny sauce pan from my mother who used to heat my baby bottles in it more than 30+ years ago!

  • Tracy

    My grandmother gave me a Dutch oven before I got married over 32 years ago. It is still used on a regular basis :-)

  • Lynn BB

    I don’t use it, but in with my pots I keep an old aluminum saucepan that belonged to my grandmother.

  • Tim M

    Some spatulas that belonged to my grandma!

  • Kelsey

    A cookie sheet that was owned by my grandma. It is my go-to for anything I put in the oven.

  • Francesca

    I think our pots and pans are oldest.

  • Ashley Caughell

    A 28 year-old pot from my mother-in-law’s wedding

  • Mellisa W

    My Grandmothers stick blender and her sandwich press, they have to be close to 30 years old. Thanks!

  • Natalie

    I have the cookware that we got when we got married 15 years ago. Definitely time for some new!

  • Natalie

    And I follow you on Pinterest!

  • Hannah

    I have my mom’s old electric skillet.

  • Meagan

    My oldest is a (relatively new) cast iron 8 inch…still hoping to come into some vintage cast irons at some point..

  • Meagan

    I follow you on pinterest!

  • I own a bunch of stuff that was my mom’s, so this is a hard question! Perhaps one of my pots or pans, or maybe even my crock-pot (which I long to replace)

  • I have my GREAT Grandmas pots!

  • Jeanne ODonnell

    I have an old cast iron pot.

  • Jeanne ODonnell

    I follow you on pinterest.

  • Jeanne ODonnell

    I follow you on instagram.

  • My entire kitchen set is my parents’ wedding set. They got it in 1985. I also used the food processor they received as a wedding gift up until last winter, when a soup I was pureeing overflowed and it finally gave out on me — after 26 years of faithful service!

  • I follow you on Twitter!

  • Amanda

    I have my mom’s spring form pan. Who knows how old that thing is.

  • Amanda

    I follow you on Twitter

  • Amanda

    I follow you on Pinterest.

  • I follow you on Instagram.

  • Christi

    I have an old wooden-handled iron frying pan. It belonged to my great-grandmother, and it probably over 60 years old.

  • I just followed you on Pinterest — and I love that you have an entire board dedicated to taco night.

  • Katie

    I have some of my grandma’s old pans. Those things are probably 40+ years old!

  • I have my mother’s old Le Creuset dutch oven which I’m guessing is about as old as me!

  • Katie

    Already following on Pinterest :)

  • Christi
  • Christi

    I follow you on twitter

  • Jillian

    I have a Dutch oven that was gifted to me, and I would guess it’s probably 30 years old!

  • Jillian

    I follow you on Twitter!

  • Katherine W

    Our oldest is probably from my great grandmother, though we don’t use it anymore. It’s nice and safe in the basement.

  • Katherine W

    Also follow you on Twitter!

  • Trisha

    A pot from when my parents got married!

  • Stephanie D.

    The oldest piece of cookware that I own is a springform pan that used to be my mom’s that she gave to me. It’s probably close to 15 years old, and I should really get a new one!

  • Alison

    I have a cast iron skillet. I tossed out all my old non stick and went with cast iron.

  • Stephanie D.
  • Stephanie D.

    I follow you on Twitter!

  • Stephanie D.

    I follow you on Instagram!

  • Alison

    I follow on Pinterest!

  • Stephanie D.

    I follow you on Pinterest!

  • I have a stovetop grill pan that has to be at least 75 years old. It actually fastens to the burner on the gas stove. Works really well!

  • Oldest piece of cookware – definitely my cupcake tin! Been using it since I was 15. Love it!

  • Alison

    I follow on Instagram :)

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  • Jamie G

    My oldest piece of cookware is a baking pan of my mom’s that she gave me when I moved into my first apartment!

  • Jamie G

    I follow you on pinterest :)

  • I have Pyrex baking dishes my mom got when she was first married.

  • I follow you on Twitter (@tasteofhomecook)

  • Nichole

    I have an old old case iron skillet that my grandma gave me, i have never used it but it was hers when she was young, i still need to re-season it.

  • Lisa

    the oldest piece of cookware i own is a passed down cast iron skillet from my fiance’s family. it’s been in the family for two or three generations.

  • Emma

    I only started cooking a few years ago, so … a whopping two-year old set of mixing bowls!

  • The oldest piece of cookware I have is some old glass baking dishes from my grandmother. They’re gorgeous pieces but I only use them for serving.

  • Lacy

    I have a food processor that my parents got for their wedding in 1984….and it still works like a dream.

  • our blender is seriously older than me ! (it’s 22 years old)

  • Kristen

    Pie plates from my grandmother.

  • My Revere Ware stock pot is my oldest

  • Eileen

    I have some glass casserole dishes that were my grandmothers – I love them! They’re sturdy, and so old that I think they count as “vintage cool” now.

  • my great-grandmother’s cast iron frying pan

  • erin

    An old fashioned popcorn maker my mom picked up at an antique store.

  • erin

    I followbyou on twitter.

  • I have a food processor that was my grandmother’s–it’s about 30 years old!

  • JenP

    An old frying pan.

  • Renee

    Non-stick skillet that my grandma gave me

  • Renee

    Following you on Twitter

  • Renee

    Following Pinterest boards

  • Renee

    Following the Instagram feed

  • I own a Calphalon wok style pan – 20 years.

  • kate C.

    cast iron skillet that was my husband’s great-uncle’s.

  • Elaine

    A set of Club pots and pans that are about 30 years old..they’re ugly but man do they work well!

  • Bree

    I have a very old, tiny little saucepan, perfect for melting chocolate, but not much else:-)

  • Bree

    I follow you on Pinterest, too.

  • Kate M

    My mother-in-law gave us some of her old pots and pans for us to use while camping. We have not been camping once in the 6 1/2 years we’ve been married so they are just stashed in the attic for now. The oldest I actually use is a muffin tin that I bought in college.

  • I didn’t own any cookware (I only had bakeware) until I got married, as I always had roommates before that. So our oldest pieces of cookware are our set of Farberware pots–6.5 years old.

  • Kate M

    I follow you on Instagram

  • Kate M

    I follow you on pinterest

  • Gwyn M

    The oldest thing I have in my kitchen is my cast iron skillet…and I love it!

  • Beth

    The oldest piece of cookware I have is probably a skillet I got from my grandma when I moved into my first apartment….last year. :)

  • Gwyn M

    I follow you on pinterest :)

  • I don’t have anything passed down, so my oldest piece of cookware is 5 years old! :-)

  • I follow y’all on Twitter!

  • The oldest piece of cookware I own is a set of pots….my mom and dad got them as a wedding gift and she passed them to me when I went to college years ago. I’m still using them for some reason…until I manage to upgrade!

  • I follow y’all on Instagram. :-)

  • I also follow y’all on Pinterest!

  • The piece of cookware I’ve had the longest is a huge Circulon non-stick wok that my dad bought me for my 21st birthday. I basically taught myself to cook with that pan. But I’m sure many of the things in my kitchen are older – I have several baking dishes and cast iron skillets that I bought at house sales and antique fairs.

  • Vanessa

    I don’t really own anything TOO old. My mom hasn’t passed down any of her antique cast iron pans to me just yet. Right now my oldest piece is probably my 5 year old frying pan.

  • The oldest piece of cookware I have in my 50 year old Bundt pan that belonged to my GREAT-grandmother. I inherited it after she passed away over ten years ago. Did I mention I still have the box, too?

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  • Emily Pence

    The oldest piece of cookware that I own/use is my t-fal frying pan. I sure could use an updated one!

  • I actually don’t have anything that old in my kitchen. I have purchased most of my stuff within the past 5 years.

  • Emily Pence

    I follow you on twitter

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    I follow you on instagram!

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  • Vanessa

    I follow you on Twitter! I’m @VanessitaS

  • I follow you on Instagram.

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  • Sarah in Miami

    I bought a vintage le creuset saucepan (in flame!) at a yard sale, so I’d bet that is my oldest piece of cookware =)

  • My oldest is a sad old baking sheet from college.

  • Kimberly

    A cast iron skillet that used to belong to my great-grandmother! I use it to make cornbread all the time.

  • Kimberly

    I follow you on Pinterest

  • Danielle

    I don’t have much thats too old now – I got new pots and pans when I got married last year, but I have quite a few casserole dishes that I’ve picked up at tag sales, and they have to be from the 70’s – but I love them!

  • Dee

    The oldest pan I own is so old, I don’t remember its exact age! It’s non-stick and has lots of scratches; it’s seen better days…

  • Renee

    Our oldest is certainly our cast iron skillet, which dates back to my hubby’s Boy Scout days. I use that thing at least 3 times a week!

  • Jess B

    I’d have to say the oldest piece is an old muffin tin from my grandmother. Still makes lovely muffins & cupcakes!

  • Renee

    I follow you on Pinterest!

  • Corwin

    I just left home, so I don’t have much old cookware. I have a pair of pot holders that my aunt quilted for my mother.

  • Happy

    My oldest peice of cookware is my Grandmothers Blue roasting pan. She was 96 when she passed, and that was 38 years ago. I feel like she is er when I use it. <3

  • Lisa

    I still use the muffin pans my mum gave me that she got as wedding gifts, that was a long time ago ha

  • Happy

    I follow you on Pinrest

  • Lisa

    I follow you on twitter!

  • Andrea F

    My oldest piece would be my grandmother’s comale (cast-iron griddle).

  • Patti Waring

    I follow you on Pinterest

  • Patti Waring

    The oldest piece of equipment I use is a lemon juicer I got from my Grandma.

  • Angelia Cox

    A bread knife my husband inherited from his parents, he loves that knife and remembers the homemade bread he ate as a boy every time he uses it.

  • My oldest piece of cookware is a nonstick 2-quart saucepan. I mostly use it for simmering cinnamon sticks in water (and it bears the marks of when I’ve let it boil dry). This is totally embarrassing to admit now — WHY haven’t I gotten another one?

  • kristin

    I have my grandmother’s cast iron skillet, it’s fantastic!

  • kristin

    I follow you on Pinterest.

  • Amanda

    Pans handed down to me.

  • Lauren

    My grandmother’s bundt pan.

  • Christy S

    I have a 20 year old saucepan. I use it for camping now.

  • Molly B

    My grandmother’s cast iron.

  • Rebecca

    I dont have too much old cookware, but I have a slowcooker that my mom had for 25 years before giving me!

  • Gwyn

    My stoneware cloche.

  • Amy

    A set of Circulon pots my grandmother got for me when I was in college.

  • Delia

    I have a high quality (ABC Distributing) steamer pot that is probably my oldest. That is, until I finally manage to confiscate my grandmothers 40 year old 12″ cast iron skillet.

  • Delia

    I follow you on twitter

  • Delia

    I follow you on Pinterest

  • Maureen

    I have a stockpot that was my grandmother’s. It must be at least 50-60 years old.

  • Kristen

    I have a really old frying pan that was my moms as a kid.

  • heather_kaye

    Oldest cookware is my grandmother’s aluminum pot…that, until I was 20, thought could only make boiled cookies and mashed potatoes.

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    And finally: I follow you on Twitter!

  • Sourkraut

    About half of my cookware is stuff we used in my house when I was a kid. My mom kindly parted with various copper pans and unwittingly parted with her pizza pan when I moved out and got my own place. I see no reason to replace anything since they’re all quality items that have held up to over 30 years of use.

  • Sourkraut

    I follow you on Twitter (@evil_lina).

  • I have my great grandmothers pan with lid. I don’t cook with it, but it was her wedding gift from her mother. It has her initials engraved in it. It’s pretty cool.

  • Stacey

    I have two small (really small) cast iron skillets that my MIL gave me…I can’t remember if they belonged to her mother, her grandmother, or my SFIL’s mother.

  • I follow all your mad pining on pinterest!

  • tiffany

    My cast iron skillet that was handed down in the family.

  • Bonnie M.

    I think the oldest pot I own is a pan my mother-in-law gave us when she was cleaning out her pantry. I’ve also got some of my grandmother’s Corningware

  • Mandy Blank

    I have a saucepan that I got when I first moved out of my parent’s house, so it would be 10 years old.

  • Krsita

    I have pans from my grandmother – probably close to 75 years old.

  • Krsita

    I follow on pinterest

  • Krsita

    I follow on twitter

  • Jennie

    I think that the oldest thing in my kitchen might be a melon baller from my mom’s kitchen. Love that thing! If we’re going cookware/bakeware, it would have to be a sheet pan that came from my mom!

  • Jennie

    I follow you on pinterest! And by the way, what is the brand of that nonstick pan? I find myself having to buy one every darn year!

  • Katie Rose

    A cheapo bread knife and cutting board set that was left behind at my first college apartment that I kept because they worked SO incredibly well! It’s my favorite bread knife ever and probably originally cost $5 at the grocery store, lol!

  • Amy F

    My mom recently passed on to me my paternal grandmother’s dutch oven. I’m not certain on its age, but I would imagine it’s over 50 years old. It is so so so special to me because most of my favorite recipes were learned from my dad and passed down through his family- so I love thinking of them each and every time I use it. Thanks for doing this!

  • Larissa

    The oldest pan(s) in my kitchen are my All-Clad pots and fying pans, and sauce pans. They were a shower gift from my mom when I was married 16 years ago. The non-stick ones are a little worse for wear, but I’m working on getting them replaced. I love All-Clad!! The large pots are so easy to clean. I use one of those nearly every day.

    Thanks for the contest!!

  • Meegan

    The oldest piece of cookware I have is a large nonstick pan. It was one of our pans we used when I was growing up, and my dad gave it to me when I moved out on my own. I have newer, fancier cookware, but I always end up using that one!

  • Anne

    I think the oldest piece of kitchen equipment are bread pans I swiped from my grandparents’ kitchen. I had a lot more (ancient) stuff that I inherited from their kitchen before a recent cross country move… That 30 year old hand mixer just wasn’t worth the space it took up anymore!

  • Anne

    I follow you on Pinterest.

  • Meighan

    a cast iron pan that I inherited.

  • Meighan

    i follow on twitter

  • A cast iron skillet of my mom’s is probably my oldest piece of cookware

  • Meighan

    i follow on pinterest

  • Amy F

    I follow you on pinterest!

  • Jacqui

    I would say the hand mixer from my mom. I never really use it anymore, but I just can’t seem to let go of it!

  • seedlessgrape

    It’s not cookware, but I do own a set of mixing bowls that are 12 years old. My oldest cookware would probably be a sauce pan and non-stick skillet that my boyfriend gave me about seven years ago.

  • Steven

    Pots & Pans, Skillet…over 6 years old at this point.

  • I still have the little George Foreman grill I got the summer before my first year in college (now over 10 years old). Yes, I still use it to grill up peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. And since I cook a lot for one (and in an apartment), it can be handy for other things as well :)

  • Johanna Hannan
  • Johanna Hannan

    I have my grandmother’s mixing bowls.

  • Johanna Hannan

    I follow you on twitter!

  • I own my mother-in-law’s stock pot :)

  • Amy F

    I follow you on instagram!

  • charj

    My Champion Juicer is the oldest kitchenware.

  • Johanna Hannan

    I follow you on pinterest!

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  • Amy F

    I follow you on twitter!

  • Jacqui

    I follow you on Twitter

  • Yvonne V.

    My grandmother just recently gave me her grandmother’s mixing bowl. It is the most awesome piece in my kitchen right now – perfect for mixing pretty much anything!

  • Jacqui

    I follow your Instagram feed

  • Jacqui

    I follow you on Pinterest as well

  • Hmm… well, we replaced a lot of my hubby’s crappy bachelor stuff when we bought our house and I didn’t have a lot of cookware to contribute. I guess the oldest thing we have is a pizza pan that came with my husband that his mom probably bought 2nd hand for him :)

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  • The oldest piece? That’s hard to know because I have cast iron skillets that have been passed down to me from who knows when or how long. I’d say at least 20 years.

  • Angelique

    The oldest piece of cookware I own is a casserole dish.

  • Angelique

    I follow your blog on Instagram.

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  • Anna M

    Hard to say- I inherited silverware from my parents- so probably 40 years old?

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  • Leahanne

    The oldest piece of cookware… a black spatula. The plastic handle around the metal stem is broken, but I still won’t give it up because the spatula itself just works so well. Haven’t found another that works quite as well.

  • Angie R.

    The oldest cookware is probably the cast iron skillet that was my grandmothers.

  • Leahanne

    I follow on Twitter!

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  • Susan

    A pot my husband has had since college…18 years ago. ITs the perfect size!

  • Angie R.

    I follow you on Twitter!

  • Angie R.

    Following you on Instagram!

  • Angie R.

    Following your mad pinning on Pinterest! :)

  • SB

    I don’t know if it counts as cookware, but I have a mortar and pestle from my grandma. I bought everything else fairly recently after moving to the US.

  • Katy

    An old stockpot my mom gave me.

  • Marina

    I have a pie plate that was my great-grandma’s.

  • Marina

    I follow you on Pinterest.

  • Jan

    I have a rolling pin and a cast iron pan that belonged to my grandmother. Really have no idea how long she had them, but she was born in 1895 :)

  • KatieK

    I’m still in school, so all of my cookware are hand-me-downs from my folks and older siblings. I think one of my large pots is at least 20 years old and has lived in half a dozen different apartments!

  • Nicole

    I think our oldest is my pyrex deep dish pie dish…it’s blue and I love it!

  • Nicole

    Also follow you on Pinterest!

  • I have several pieces that belonged to my grandmother, I’d guess those are about 60 years old now! There’s also a cast iron saucepot still used weekly by my aunt that originally belonged to my great grandmother. I wish I owned that piece!

  • nicole

    I love the pots and pans that have been passed down to me from my family

  • nicole

    I also follow you on Twitter

  • nicole

    and tweeted!

  • The oldest piece of equipment in my kitchen was a pastry cutter that looked like it was 50 years old (taken from my Grandma’s kitchen). Recently the pin popped out though and went flying off somewhere in the kitchen. So now the oldest is a glass baking dish my mom handed down to me.

  • nicole

    And of course, I follow you on Facebook

  • nicole

    …annddd Pinterest.

  • Jimmy

    My oldest piece of equipment is my Kitchen Aid Mixer.
    I have moved and had a lot of life thrown at me…but this puppy has been with me now for 8-9 years.

  • nicole

    and Instagram!

  • I follow you on Twitter

  • Jimmy

    I follow u on Pinterest

  • Jen

    The oldest piece of cookware that I own is a cast iron dutch oven that I got at an estate sale. Love it!

  • Jen

    I follow on Twitter

  • Jen

    I follow on Pinterest

  • Jen

    I follow on Instagram

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  • Oldest piece is my cast iron skillet – love it!

  • Sara D

    A cast iron skillet handed down to me from my mother.

  • Jenna

    I have a bunch of old kitchen equipment handed down from our grandparents, including a 1950s cookie press in its original packaging! But not a lot of old cookware–the oldest is probably a RevereWare pot I got from my mom that’s maybe 20 years old.

  • Kayla

    I follow on Twitter!

  • Lauren

    I think it’s a two slice toaster I’ve had since college!

  • Lauren

    I follow you on Instagram!

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  • Bekah

    Oldest piece of cookware? All of my pots and pans are hand-me-downs from my mother-in-law. Not sure how old they are, but they’ve been used by at least a few families before making their way to me! :)

  • Kayla

    I follow on Pinterest!

  • Ashley

    I think it’s just a crappy saute pan that I bought when I was first married (not realizing that cheap cookware sets are… cheap). Would love to replace it with this beauty!

  • Ashley

    I follow you on Instagram!

  • Kayla

    I married into some pots that my husband got from his grandmother. So I’m guessing they are easily as old as we are, which is really not THAT old.

  • Ashley

    I follow you on Pinterest :)

  • Ginny

    I have a 9×13 metal pan that has been around since my college days.

  • I follow you on Pinterest as well.

  • TheresaSea

    I ALSO have a small non-stick pan that I use for eggs! I just can’t seem to cook them right on the newer stainless set we have. :/

  • TheresaSea

    I follow on twitter!

  • Beth P

    My grandfather’s cast iron skillet!

  • Beth P

    I follow on Twitter!

  • Beth P

    I follow on Pinterest!

  • Beth P

    I follow on Instagram!

  • Allison

    My oldest cookware is includes a hand-me-down muffin pan.

  • Andrea

    Probably a non-stick skillet that was given by grandparents to use in college.

  • Genelle Pretty

    Hmm…I have a baking dish from my aunt that might be five years old. :)

  • Lindsey

    My Le Creuset grill pan that I got in college. It was my first piece of cookware and I still use it all the time!

  • JustMe

    my first set of cookware from when I got my first apt. That was around 13 years ago!

  • Lindsey

    I follow you on Instagram.

  • Lindsey

    I am following you on Instagram.

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    I follow you on Pinterest.

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    I follow you on Twitter.

  • Genelle Pretty

    I follow you on Pinterest!

  • Mine is pizza stone that used to be my mom’s. It’s wonderfully seasoned, and I love it!

  • Our oldest cookware is our set of Analon that we received 13 years ago as a wedding present

  • stef

    The oldest piece of cookware I own are my grandmother’s cast iron pans. They are, at least, 50 years old, but we aren’t entirely sure. My grandmother is 90 and can’t remember when she bought them. They are my favorite things ever.

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  • Anna

    I own a stockpot that my parents gave me when I was in college…it is uneven and wobbles on the stove when its contents boil!

  • I have a 9×13 metal baking pan that was my fiance’s grandmother’s – it’s still in great shape!

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  • I have a stock pot from like the 90s.

  • My oldest cook book would be my Christmas Cookie Recipe book. I’ve been using that book for years and I always look forward to this time of year!

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  • Karen D

    Cast Iron waffle maker with woodstove burner ring

  • Judy S

    Oldest piece of cookware is some small Corning Ware pans. I would guess they are about 30 years old:)

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  • Karen D

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  • I own my great grandma’s dutch oven.

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  • anneBG

    A wok from Japan that my Dad picked up in Japan during his military service. Love the pan!

  • Erin P

    Probably some cake pans that I got during college!

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  • hannah v

    I only started cooking in college so I’d guess that my oldest piece is only 8 years old.

  • Ann R

    I have a Kitchen Aid mixer that has been handed down in my family for three generations! :-) I only hope that it lives long enough so I can pass it down to my kids too.

  • Kim H

    It’s a tie between a blue Kitchen Aid stand mixer and a set of pots and pans I received for our wedding. The mixer is in way better shape than the pots and pans!

  • Jeanie Norman

    All my pots and pans are hand-me-downs!

  • Victoria

    A casserole set passed down from my grandma!

  • Victoria

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  • Victoria

    I’m following you on Instagram as well

  • Liz

    My oldest, and most favorite, piece of cookware is a 2 qt copper saute pan that I bought about 26 years ago.

  • My oldest piece of cookeware is probably either the egg poaching pan I got from a family friend or one of the pots I got from my mom, which I think used to be my paternal grandmother’s.

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  • Maxine R.

    Now your question really got me to thinking. I think my oldest is a sauce pan that I used to use as a regular sauce pan, but then it got kind of beat up, so I used it to just deep fry small stuff in. I’ve had it for about 30 years. In fact, I’m going to use it this afternoon to fry up some chicken strips.

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  • Victoria

    I am following on twitter!

  • Jeanie Norman

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  • Lissa

    I’d say it’s my husband’s large pan from college – it’s in bad shape, but I use it for super messy foods.

  • Carol

    I have 2 saucepans that my mom gave me when she got new cookware. I believe she got them when she got married so they are over 45 years old. We still use them some too.

  • eileen

    a small Chef’s Pride brand pot from Ross! It’s over 10 years old.

  • Dianne Shaw

    My oldest piece of cookware is a saucepan that’s probably about 11 years old.

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  • all of my pans are elderly. 😉 I have my 13.5 yo wedding pans and at least one handmedown from my mom.

  • My oldest cookware: A huge stock pot that belonged to my grandmother. I have no idea how old it is but I’m guessing 70-80 years old. I love it.

  • I inherited my plates, bowls and coffee mugs from my grandparents… everything else is pretty new!

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  • Taylor

    Probably a Giant pan that my mom gave me when I moved into my first apartment. She could never find a use for it, but it has turned out to be very useful for stir fry!

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  • I have a very old baking sheet from my mom.

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  • Camille

    The oldest piece of cookware I own is a pastry cutter that belonged to my great grandmother. She used it to make a pie every week for my great grandfather and any family that stopped by. I can’t believe it’s held up this long!

  • I know that I purchased my pots & pans before I moved out of my parents’ house. I was “prepping” for the day I moved out….so it’s probably about 12 yrs old. I just purchased some new ones on Cyber Monday though!!

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  • Elaine

    Probably the cast iron skillet I inherited from my mother in law, the oldest one I bought (40 years ago) is a large roasting pan – the speckled kind!

  • Jane

    The oldest thing I have is a cast iron Dutch oven owned by my grandmother and purchased in the 1940’s. Still good, still in practically daily use.

  • MicheleB

    I think I have my mom’s crockpot.

  • Carlie

    Of the ones I have purchased it would be a small nonstick frying pan thats only big enough for 1-2 eggs. We also inherited some items like a VERY old colander.

  • My cookware is pretty new – maybe two years old max. My bake ware would probably be closer to five years old.

  • The oldest cookware I own is a set of Revereware (3 fry pans, 3 saucepans, and a stock pot) that my parents received as a wedding gift in the mid seventies (76 I think).

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  • Kari M

    We have a small frying pan that is pretty much only used for grilled cheese sandwiches. It’s probably 15 years old.

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  • Liz N.

    The oldest piece of cookware I own is my little 3 cup Aroma rice cooker. I’ve had it since I was in college. My mom has given me an amazing Japanese rice cooker with all the bells and whistles, but I refuse to get rid of my modest, simply little rice cooker.

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  • Denice

    I have a pots and pans set from when I was in college. That was a loooong time ago!

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  • Amy K

    The cheap pot and pan set I bought when I got my own apartment at college…. 7 years later – they are a bit past their prime!

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  • Denice

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  • I have an old Bundt pan from my grandma. The box is very 70s looking so I’ll put it at 40 years.

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  • Sally Gaudaitis

    I have my great-grandmother’s rolling pin, cast iron corn bread pan, and lots of other stuff, probably dates to the late 1800’s. Still use most of them.

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  • The oldest would be a pot I bought at a rummage that has to be from teh 70s…the green gives it away! But I love it

  • Sally Gaudaitis

    Great grandmother’s rolling pin, cast iron cornbread pans and other gadgets.

  • Sally Gaudaitis

    Great grandmother’s rolling pin, cast iron cornmeal pan and other kitchen gadgets.

  • jen

    Probably the oldest piece of cookware that I have is a cast iron griddle that my husband’s parents handed down to us. I use it less frequently than I should!

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  • oh, i don’t even know. i have a pyrex pie pan that was in my grandma’s kitchen, then my mom’s, and now mine! it’s from at least the 50s. but i also have many of both grandmas kitchen appliances & such, so it’s really pretty uncertain. :)

  • Kirstin

    I have an old cast iron skillet my grandma gave me….I love it!

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  • rayana benson

    A crockpot that is older than me…i think. Takes awhile to scrub but cant throw it out until it breaks.

  • Gail

    The oldest piece of cookware I own is a little 1 qt. saucepot that was my mom’s; and I remember having it in the house as a child. I took it when she passed away and I moved out on my own after high school. Still works the best for heating up small amounts of things; just like my lazy nights of eating Progresso soup by myself :)

  • Maxine

    A big soup pot that I’ve had for about 10 years. Most of our other stuff has been purged through the years from various moves.

  • re morgan

    really old! i have some of my grandmother’s pans! yes lord!

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    I follow on Instagram!

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  • Gaby

    The oldest pot I have is only 1.5 years old. I bought it just before my sophomore year of college.

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  • I’ve got some old non-stick pots that my mom gave me. The non-stick parts are starting to fall off. Guess that’s why they’re called non-stick… they won’t stay on! Ha ha!

  • Hmm…the OLDEST thing I own was bought for me at garage sale…a vintage old school stand mixer. But I’ve only owned it for a year or so. :)

  • Tough question! I think my oldest piece of cookware is a spoon rest that belonged to my great grandmother!

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  • I’m fairly young and don’t have anything passed down, so I don’t think I have anything that would be considered “old.” Maybe our pots/pans, originating from my fiance…I think he’s had them since college (10 years ago).

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  • Tina M

    my soup pot.. i bought it 4 years ago

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  • The oldest cookware that I have is my mom’s Turkey platter. I use it every Thanksgiving.

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  • Sally Gaudaitis

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  • Sandi

    I follow you on Pinterest

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  • Sandi

    The oldest piece of cookware I own is a cast iron skillet.

  • amy

    I have a big stainless steel soup pot that I bot when I was in college, it still looks beautiful and works perfect every time!

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    I tweeted the giveaway!

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  • All my stuff is pretty new, so probably a cast iron pan that I’ve had for 3 years is my oldest piece! I hope it lasts 50!

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  • Shannon

    My mom’s crock pot from the 70’s!

  • Molly F.C.

    I have my mother-in-law’s wee cast iron pan that she used to bake cornbread, and only cornbread, in. Has to be at least 30 years old. It will likely be passed down from me!

  • Corey

    I think it is my salt and pepper shakers… does that count as a cooking instrument?

  • Jessie C.

    A can opener I got from my mom

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  • Sage S.

    All of my cookware was given to us (my husband and I) used when we moved in together, so I have no idea how old it all is. We were very young, and he was leaving soon for bootcamp to support us, so we didn’t have anything at the time! Cookware is actually the #1 thing on my list this year. I told my husband it’s time I have a nice set of cookware of my own, especially with as much as I like to cook now.

  • Lauren

    I have an old baking crock from my mom!

  • Lauren

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  • Carolyn

    I still use an old pizza pan that came with my husband when we were married 40 years ago this month.

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  • Joan

    I have one of my aunts large pots and still use it.

  • Becky

    My oldest cookware is one of my grandmother’s roasting pans – and she’s been gone many years now.

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  • Camila

    My great-grandmother’s cast iron skillet :)

  • Camila

    I follow you on twitter

  • savannah s

    my cast iron skillet that my mom gave me. can’t live without it!

  • Kim

    my george foreman grill that i got in college!

  • Amanda

    I’m not sure if it counts but my oldest piece of cookware is my crockpot – I inherited it from my aunt who bought it back in the 70’s :)

  • Kim

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    And I follow you on Pinterest.

  • Jodi B

    My oldest would have to be my corning ware baking dish, it is 20 plus years old.

  • Jenny G

    My oldest thing is an offset spatula that my son wrote his name all over when he was little. I treasure it and remember icing cakes and cookies with him.

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  • Jessica To

    My entire set of pots and pans are almost 14 years old!

  • rikki hargrove

    My grandmother’s cast iron skillet :)

  • Hmm, we’ve got a pretty old slow-cooker. It still works really well though!

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  • lori

    I have an old crockpot that works pretty well.

  • Hannah J

    I have a casserole dish that my Mom got as a wedding gift 37 years ago!

  • Ryan

    Hand cranke meat grinder that attaches to built -in cutting board.

  • Rosie from SC

    A cast iron frying pan from the 60’s

  • Ashley P

    My oldest piece of cookware is my glass baking pan that I bought in college so I could make my mom’s macaroni and cheese.

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    I follow you on Twitter.

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    and the oldest piece of cookware i own is my grandmothers hand crank apple peeler

  • barbara n

    I have my in laws revere ware pots that they received for their wedding in 1955! I love the copper bottoms!

  • Philby

    Mine is a little orange skillet that belonged to my parents.

  • Susan P

    I have the cast iron frying pan that my great grandmother used to fry her wonderful homemade donuts.

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  • Katie Cohagen

    My cookware is only 10 years old. My grandparents are slowly cleaning their house out and I hope I get the kitchen stuff since I am the chef in the family!

  • Susan P

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  • TJ

    I own my mother’s crockpot from the 70s

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  • Caitlin

    I have some glass pots that were passed on from one of my father’s coworkers when I moved into my first apartment. They work great and are super easy to clean!

  • Jan R

    It’s OLD!!!

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  • Jennifer E.

    I don’t know if it counts as cookware, but I use my grandmother’s colored Pyrex mixing bowls. They are still in great shape.

  • Kelsey

    I have no cookware of my own for I am a college student with no kitchen quite yet :)

  • Alicia

    The jar opener from my great grandmother.

  • Jen Grimm

    The oldest cookware I own are the cast iron skillets that my great grandmother had…about 40 years old!

  • The oldest piece of cookware I have is 2 years & 6 months old (I didn’t own any cookware before I got married 2 1/2 yrs ago). I could always use an extra skillet, though :)

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  • Imane

    the oldest saute pan I have dating from my mom who got it from her mom around 35 years ago, it’s a copper saute pan. I need one new and hope to win it…. I follow you on Pinterest.

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  • jodi

    A 12 year old small non- stick …

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  • ana

    The oldest piece of cookware – an old A-C frying pan my mom gave me when I went to college at 18. It was a nonstick, but the n/s is completely gone, boo:( She had it before me- no idea how old it is “total”.

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    I follow on Twitter.

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  • Probably a KitchenAid mixer that is a couple of generations old.

  • I own a couple of very, very rustic (ahem, old) cookie sheets that I don’t bake on anymore, but I can’t throw them away.

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    I follow you on twitter

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  • Maressa

    The oldest piece of cookware that I own is a bean crock that was my Granny’s.

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  • Shica

    I have an old George Foreman grill from 2008 I think

  • Amanda Thompson

    I have an old frying pan and a few pots that my mom passed on to me when I finally moved out on my own. I would guess they are at least 20 years old! :)

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  • Shica

    I follow on instagram

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  • Cathy Smith

    I have a 75 year old cast iron skillet still in use and well seasoned, however, I have a 135 year old wooden bread bowl that is no longer used but is taken care of so it remains around ofr another 135 years.

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  • MaryB

    My oldest piece of cookware is my Grandmother’s canning kettle. Love it!

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    I follow you on Pinterest.

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    i follow you on twitter.

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  • Jodie Hagman

    I have my 4 size black granite roasting pans that my grandmother got in 1950.

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    My grandma’s dutch oven. I love it!

  • Leigh Dever

    The oldest piece of cookware that I have is my griddle. I got it for Christmas before I was married – and I’ve been married for 14 years! So the griddle has to be at least 16 or 17 years… my oh my!

  • Kelley s.

    a jelly roll pan

  • I have a cast iron skillet that belonged to my husband’s grandmother. My son has already told me that he would like to inherit it.

  • Lauren

    My Kitchenaid mixer was manufactured in 1973!

  • Holly B

    The oldest I have is a bent out of shape non-stick soup pot that I stole from my mother’s cabinets when I moved out 10 years ago.

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  • Lisa S

    A cast iron pan that my parents had before I was born. My oldest personal purchase is a Farberware non stick skillet from about 1998!

  • Joanna F

    Pyrex mixing bowls-I use them for everything!

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    I follow on Twitter @leesastokes

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  • Jennifer D

    A pan from 2000.

  • Allison C

    I have a few pots that I bought right out of college about 13 years ago. I don’t use them often, but for some reason haven’t parted with them

  • Kathy Pilato

    Well, the oldest piece of cookware would be a cast-iron griddle from my father when he was younger, which would make it about 60 years old.

  • Allison C

    I follow you on Pinterest

  • Kathy Pilato

    well, I definitely follow you on pinterest!

  • Lindsay

    I have a couple of pans that I got in college (in the 90’s).

  • Rochelle Luaders

    It is some frying pans my husband’s grandma gave him before we met..

  • cathie l.

    My oldest piece of cookware is a crockpot since I’ve had since fall of 1997. I still use it and love it.

  • caitlin

    my family’s old bread maker we love it!

  • Katie Mast

    my whole stainless cookware set my parents gave me 20 years ago when i got married. it will last a lifetime for me.

  • Tania

    My grandma’s rolling pin, which is at least 60 years old (does this count as cookware?).

  • Tania

    I follow you on Pinterest.

  • Jenn B

    Does cutlery count? Cause I have a J.A. Henkel knife from 1902 that I still use on the regular in the kitchen. Thanks family for all the passed down things!

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  • Eileen

    Hmm, I guess my pots, but, I only got those about 5 years ago when I moved into my first post-college apartment!

  • Sharon

    I have a stainless steel saute pan with a cover that my parents got as a wedding gift–54 years ago!

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  • cathie l.

    I am following you on pinterest.

  • Emily

    The oldest piece of cookware I own is a meatloaf pan that my mother in law gave me. I believe it’s from the ’60s. :)

  • Elisabeth

    The oldest piece of cookware I own is a waffle iron. My mom gave it too me when I bought her a new one for Christmas last year. It’s probably over 20 years old, if not older.

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    I follow you on Twitter @resplend

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  • Holly

    I have an old bun warmer that my mom gave me. She gave each one of her daughters one. They really are kind of cool. We call them bun warmers anyway, I’m not sure if that’s what they are really called. :)

  • Lynsy

    My oldest pan is a cast iron pan that was my grandmother’s. It is easily 30 years old.

  • Cheryl Newton

    Got to be the one piece I kept when we moved 4 years ago. And it was only about 3 years old then. It’s a small (1 quart?) nonstick saucepan.

  • Liz

    My rolling pin… It was my mother’s, and her mother’s too!

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  • My mother’s 8 x 8 baking pan. Love it.

  • I have a cookie sheet that I stole from my Mom when I moved out, she had the thing forever so it has to be over 20 years old but it’s my favorite one! My husband looked at it one time and tried to throw it away and I almost jumped him! haha.

  • Diane

    My KitchenAid mixer that I got for a wedding gift – so that’s coming up on 30 years! What a generous giveaway. Thanks!
    Diane

  • Melisa

    I just got rid of my old pans, so now my oldest cookware is a cookie sheet that I’ve had for 10 years, and my mom had for at least that long before me. Yikes.

  • Tasha

    A giant wok my father in law got us for Christmas maybe 8 years ago.

  • Jamie

    My measuring cups, they are plastic and yellow and all of the markings that showed what size they are are long gone. i got them when I first went to college 12 years ago and have to stack them together to make sure i pick the right one…someday i will buy new ones!

  • Jamie

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  • Amy K

    I have my grandma’s old roasting pan… oh the stories that could tell from it’s ~50 years of life!!

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  • sarah

    my (great)grandma’s deep pizza pan

  • Avery K

    My hand-me-down KitchenAide stand mixer from my grandma!

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  • Probably a cast iron skillet I got as a wedding gift 16+ years ago!

  • Darla

    A cast iron frying pan I received as a wedding present 34+ years ago. It is still my most used pan.

  • Elli

    I use my Grandmother’s cookie cutters from the 20s.

  • Elli

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  • Xuan

    My oldest cookware is the set I bought 3 years ago – not very old at all!

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  • Debbie Bray

    My father’s cast iron skillet

  • Dorothea

    Mine is a copper pot, part of a set that I bought when I was first married (many, many years ago!).

  • I have an old baking/small casserole dish my mom got as a wedding gift almost 30 years ago. She still has her mixer from her wedding and uses it too!

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  • Sarah

    I think the oldest piece of cookware I own is a small frying pan.

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  • Rose

    All my cookware is old.

  • Elise Schenck

    I have 3 cast iron skillets that belonged to my Grandmother. My parents then used them and then were passed to me.

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  • LH

    My Mother’a pressure cooker!

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  • Gigi Cuccaro

    My favorite spatulas my mom gave me years ago. I also love my first piece of All Clad cookware I purchased a while back.

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  • Mine would be a bread loaf pan that I got from my gram who got it from her gram (like four generations old) and I’m in my fifties, so add that all up.

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  • I don’t have very many super old things. Probably the oldest thing i have in the kitchen is my mom’s old food processor, which used to be my grandma’s, bought sometime in the 80’s and still truckin!

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  • Stephanie

    I still own and like several pots and pans from my very first apartment but that was only 7 years ago! My favorite, oldest piece is my mom’s casserole dish which was her mom’s. It’s that lovely 70’s olive green with a floral pattern on the lid. She made mac & cheese for us growing up in that dish and it’s my oldest and most favorite!

  • Michelle

    Hand me down bakeware from my step father’s family. It was in the attic for years so I don’t even know how old!

  • Michelle

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  • Brandi

    The oldest cookware I own is a hand me down food processor from my mom. I definitely need an upgrade.

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  • Phoebe

    My stainless mixing bowls – they were my great grandmother’s!

  • Ally

    I have a cast iron skillet from my mom. It is old, well seasoned, and a great addition to my kitchen.

  • I have an old pan that I use to make popcorn in — the bottom is all scratched up from shaking it on the stove top. I don’t even use it anymore because I have a ceramic top stove and can’t shake it now so I bought a Whirley-pop but I just can’t throw it away.

  • Stacey

    I follow you on Pintrest.

  • Roxanne Moore

    My oldest piece of cookware is a 2 quart saucepan that I inherited from my stepmom and I have no idea how old it really is. I used to use it when I was 8 years old to make my daily ramen for lunch during the summer.

  • Angela

    I own a set of pots that belonged to my parents when they first got married! They still work, but I’m waiting until I get married or own my own place to invest in a new set!

  • Angela

    I follow you on twitter @angelamlouro!

  • Angela

    I follow you on instagram!

  • Aubrie

    I own a pot that belonged to my grandma for years. I remember her heating up Spaghettio’s and Meatballs on her stove in it thr0ugh my entire childhood. It’s got lots of good memories with it.

  • Aubrie

    I follow you on Pinterest!

  • I have my Grandma’s stainless steel colander. Not exactly a piece of cookware, but it’s old!

  • Kate

    My mom’s old pie pans…no idea how long they’ve been around! Probably at least since my parents’ wedding 30+ years ago.

  • Carol

    The oldest cookware I own is my mom’s double boiler. Still works like a charm!

  • Carolyn

    I have my grandmother’s old 13×9″ brownie pan. For whatever reason, they always come out best in that one!

  • Carolyn

    I follow you on Pinterest!

  • gaitha

    the oldest cookware I own is my roasting pan, my first year of marriage my uncle asked if I had a roasting pan, and I was like…”whats that?”….he explained and said he had just bought a new one, would I like his old one? he had it for about 10 years when he gave it to me, and I have had it for 8 years. :)

  • Celia M

    The oldest piece of cookware I own is a mini dutch oven from when I was in College 1o years ago. It fit on a single burner and I still use it today.

  • Amy

    A couple of Calphalon pots I got for my wedding 10 years ago.

  • Dani NK

    The oldest piece of cookware I own is a cast iron skillet. I’m not even sure where I got it or how old it is, to be perfectly honest, and I love it!

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    I follow you on Pinterest.

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    I follow you on Instagram.

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  • Whitney

    I think all my cookware is from when I got married. Although, I did buy a citrus juicer from a friend’s garage sale that was her grandmother-in-law’s. That counts, right?

  • Kristen M.

    My oldest pans are 8 years old. They are due for retirement!

  • Sandra

    My oldes Pot/Pan set i own is the ones i received as a wedding gift almost 10 years ago.

  • A saucepot I got from my grandmother!

  • Kristen M.
  • Kristen M.

    I follow you on Twitter.

  • Kristen M.

    I follow you on Instagram.

  • Kristen M.

    I follow you on Pinterest.

  • The oldest cookware I own? Hmm, probably some pieces from my second cookware set, they’re probably 15 years old or so, a couple of saute pans and saucepans.

  • Megan

    I have a large pot with lid that my parents received as a wedding gift 33 years ago! :)

  • Megan

    Follow you on Twitter! @charlestonmegan

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    Follow you on Instagram! @meganlsmith3

  • Amanda Marshall

    My Pampered Chef stoneware — it only gets better with age!!

  • Rachel

    Pots & pans my mom got me in college

  • Rebecca

    pans from college

  • Robin

    My Kitchenaid mixer is 15 years old

  • Robin

    I like you on FB

  • Tricia Ann

    Our oldest piece of cookware is a Lodge cast iron skillet that we’ve had since I was little.

  • Tricia Ann

    I follow your Instagram

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    And follow your Pinterest

  • I have a very old set of orange Creuset pots that my husband purchased from a garage sale.

  • Stefanie E.

    The oldest piece of cookware I own is my cast iron skillet.

  • Stefanie E.

    cast iron skillet- I love it!

  • Stefanie E.

    The oldest I own is a cast iron skillet

  • Stefanie E.

    Cast iron skillet

  • Stefanie E.

    A cast iron skillet

  • The oldest piece of cookware I own is probably one of the old sauce pans I inherited from my sister when she moved out to the east coast.

  • Sarah L

    I don’t have any old pots and pans, but I have a cookie sheet from my grandma and grandpa.

  • Dawn

    My frying pan! I actually need a new one!

  • My oldest piece is my slow cooker. It must be over 20 years old but it still works.

  • I tweeted about the contest.

  • I follow the blog’s Instagram feed.

  • Kristi

    Pots that my mom gave to me.

  • Kristi
  • Jill

    I have a nonstick sauce pan that is so old that the finish is almost worn completely off.

  • Kristi

    I follow on Twitter!

  • Jill

    I follow you on pinterest.

  • Kristi

    I follow on Instagram!

  • Kristi

    I follow on Pinterest!

  • Lydia

    This tiny little pot that my husband had before we started dating! So probably 6-7 years

  • Melanie

    A small 8-inch frying pan that my parents got for their wedding 36 years go!

  • Lynsy

    would love to win.

  • Sasha

    I got all new cookware when I moved to US a couple of years ago, so it’s all roughly the same age. I just need more of it!

  • Heather Taylor

    My husband bought me an antique rolling pin that I actually use!

  • Heather Taylor

    I follow you on Pinterest.

  • Beth

    My oldest piece of cookware is my griddle, a wedding gift. We have used it for 10 plus years and it may be nearing the end of the line!

  • Beth

    I follow you on Twitter!

  • Brittany R.

    The oldest piece of cookware I own is probably my Grams Nordic Instant Cookies and Patty Shells kit.

  • Angela

    My oldest piece of cookware is about 8 years old.

  • Mary V

    An old cast iron skillet – can’t beat it.

  • Mary V

    I follow you on pinterest.

  • Charlotte

    An awesome old copper pot! I love it!

  • Natalie S

    My oldest cookware are skillets from my mom!

  • Natalie S

    I follow you on Twitter!

  • Natalie S

    I follow you on Pinterest!

  • Lindsay

    I follow you on pinterest

  • Lindsay

    My oldest is my wok but it doesn’t get much love around here!

  • alissa

    I’m not sure about the oldest, but the most special are from my grandmother.

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    Another pinterest follower

  • Jamie

    My oldest cookware is a nonstick pan I use for eggs for the past 15 years.

  • Heather

    I have 2 cast iron skillets that are huge and at least 50 years old

  • Alice E

    I think the oldest is my Grandmother’s rolled iron skillet. I have a couple other pieces, but I think this would be the oldest. It is definitely the most unusual, since I have never seen another like it.

  • sarapete

    We found a cosco sautee pan in our previous home in the oven drawer and it has been great.

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    follow twitter @saramama

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  • Sandra Taylor

    An old iron skillet I bought at an estate auction…the woman had died at the age of 101, so there is no telling how old the skillet is! I still use it!!

  • Kath

    Cast iron skillet passed down from my husbands grandmother.

  • I now follow you on pinterest :)

  • Malerie C

    I have a MINI crock pot my mom gave me at some point during college. She got it as a freebie when she got hers a long time ago. I have since gotten a full sized one but I keep the mini because it is the perfect size half a pork butt….just enough pulled pork for 2!

  • Jeannette Blood

    We still have a HUGE pan from my hubby’s bachelor days. The Teflon is completely scratched up and the sides of the pan are all warped so the lid doesn’t fit correctly. But we keep it because its HUGE and we can make spaghetti to feed a small army and only use that one pan! It has its uses, storing it on the other hand…

  • Jeannette Blood

    I follow on facebook

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    I follow on Pinterest.

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    I tweeted :http://j.mp/UliOaH

    Ps. In my earlier comment I wrote that I follow on Facebook, I meant twitter.

  • Megan

    My oldest cookware is my cast iron frying pan. It was passed down to me.

  • Megan

    I follow you on Facebook.

  • Megan

    I follow you on Pinterest

  • Megan

    I follow you on Instagram

  • Keri-Danielle

    The oldest piece of cookware I own is a popcorn maker from my Grandmother!

    Micorwave just isnt the same.

  • Kristin

    I have this weird little egg frying pan thingy with a flip top lid…it’s weird, and old and I have no idea what to do with it!

  • Kristin
  • Kristin

    I’m follwing you on Twitter!

  • Kristin

    I’m loving your Pinterest boards!

  • Breanna

    I love my old, trusty cast iron skillet.

  • a hand immersion blender that was my moms

  • Valerie

    The oldest cookware I own is a bent frying pan! 😉

  • Kelley s.

    an old percolator coffe pot that belonged to my mother in law

  • re morgan

    twitter follower

  • I like y’all on FB.

  • I have a pot my husband brought from his moms house. It doesn’t sit flat?

  • Our oldest cookware was a wedding gift from my Grandpa. He gave me a circa-1970’s Presto Electric Pressure Cooker Wee Cookerie. I guess electric pressure cookers weren’t as prevalent in 2000, so he made sure to remind me to keep it, and told what a find it was. He’d been holding on to it for me for YEARS. I can’t help but think of that conversation on my wedding day and smile whenever I am shoving it out of the way to grab something else from the cabinet. :)

  • I am a FB fan.

  • And I follow you on Pinterest. Thanks!!

  • Jordan

    My great grandmother’s pizelle iron that dates back to the late 50s early 60s. I am afraid to plug it in but it makes the best cookies, even better than my newer one!

  • Tom Riordan

    A cast iron pan I have for over 40 years.

  • I have a super old set of pots/pan from my first apartment when I moved out on my own 11+ years ago…Lets just say I would greatly benefit from this lovely frying pan!

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  • ATLKristen

    I replaced my pots and pans four years ago. They work well, but I really want to upgrade to All-Clad.

  • 10″ non-stick anodized frying pan. It’s super heavy but gets the job done! It’s the first kitchen equipment I bought for myself :)

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  • Megan

    An absolutely horrid Revere Ware saucepan that is warped on the bottom so it doesn’t sit level. I really should replace that thing. haha

  • Megan
  • Megan

    I follow on Twitter!

  • Megan

    I follow on Pinterest http://pinterest.com/javaaddict/

  • Padma

    Old copper pot – atleast 50 yrs old and still good

  • geekymath

    Oldest cookware is my 4qt Corningware — got it from value village!

  • Kristin

    My husband’s grandma’s saucepan. It’s one of my favorites!

  • richelle

    We have some heavy copper pots passed dowm from my husband’s grandparents

  • Amy L

    I have a roasting pan that was my mother-in-law’s. We use it at least a couple of times each year to roast a turkey or ham.

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  • Amy L

    I follow you on twitter @amylou61

  • Probably the cast iron pan I inherited from my mom, because I think she got it from her mom.

  • Jessica G

    I am a newlywed so my oldest piece is only a little over a year old :)

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  • Maria

    That would be my old and reliable pressure cooker 😀

  • Nancy

    I have several cast iron pans that we salvaged from an old cabin we bought. I would guess that are at least 60 years old.

  • The oldest piece I have is a pyrex pie dish that I bought when I was in junior high and had just gotten into cooking! Oh the memories…

  • Daniela

    A strainer that was my grandmother’s.

  • My mother in laws food processor. It was her mother in laws!

  • Sharon

    The oldest piece of cookware I won in a MadeinUSA Magnalite saucepot with lid I borrowed from my sister in about ….1979, 1980. She swears it’s not hers but I keep it nice for her just in case she remembers one of these days. :)

  • Sharon
  • Sharon

    I follow you on twitter @rusthawk.

  • Sharon

    I follow you on instagram as rusthawk1

  • Sharon

    I follow you on pinterest as rusthawk. Thank you!

  • DEBRA C

    My grandmother’s iron skillet.

  • DEBRA C

    I follow on Twitter.

  • DEBRA C

    I follow on Pinterest.

  • Lindsey

    My grandmas icecream scooper.

  • Lindsey

    Pinterest follower.

  • Lisa

    My oldest is the Revere (with the copper bottom) cooking set I got for my wedding 30 years ago. The handle just barely broke off, but I can’t part with it. I would love a new pan!!

  • OTA Mom

    I had a cake pan that was probably my grandmother’s. One day I put it in the oven to roast some veggies, and oil was leaking out the bottom–there were tiny pinprick holes worn through it! So now I just line with foil first! :)

  • Heather d

    Probably some Pyrex I bought when I moved off to college 11 years ago.

  • Rebecca A

    Well, since I just got married, none of mine is that old yet… :) Probably a set of frying pans from college though!

  • A RevereWare dutch oven that I bought when I moved out on my own for the first time back in the early ’80s.

  • I follow you on Twitter.

  • I follow all your boards on Pinterest.

  • Kat

    I’ve got some lovely old cast iron pans that have been passed down in the family. Along with being the oldest, they are some of my favorites as well.

  • Kat

    I follow your shenanigans on Pinterest!

  • Beverly

    My oldest piece is a cast iron skillet from my grandma.

  • Beverly

    I tweeted

  • Beverly

    I follow you on twitter

  • Beverly

    and I follow all the fun stuff you pin on pinterest

  • Nancy

    This has to be my cast iron frying pan that was my Grandmothers’s…probably from the 1800s sometime. I’ve had it since 1960…so it is Old as the Hills as they say! A real workhorse!

  • Erin

    oldest piece is probably some stoneware that I’ve had for 10+ years.

  • Becky L.

    I have some glass baking dishes my mom handed down to me. They are probably from the early 80’s.

  • Heather!

    I have one of my mom’s old crock pots. It really is ancient (well, okay, it’s from the late 70s, I think) and is a huge pain the butt to use because you have to wash the whole thing–no removable pot. But it does a good job and has served two families for about 35 years! I think it deserves a medal!

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  • Heather!

    I tweeted!
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    I follow you on Pinterest!
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  • Kimberly

    all of my cookware is pretty new! although i have some corningware from my mom that has to be at least 30 years old!

  • Kimberly

    i follow you on instagram

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    i follow you on twitter

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  • Carley Hatt

    my oldest piece of cookware… a stockpot I bought at a yardsale!

  • teri

    My Cuisinart pots and pans!!!

  • Catherine

    A Le Creuset Dutch Oven my mom found about 20 years ago at the church tag sale – unopened, and for about $5! She bought it and saved it until I moved into my first apartment.

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    Following on Pinterest

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    Following on instagram

  • Patty

    It’s a beautiful fondue set I’ve owned since 1973!

  • Sandra

    My husband brought some into the relationship that predate him, I am pretty sure.

  • Sandra

    I follow on Pinterest

  • Sandra

    I follow on FB!

  • Sandra

    I follow on Instagram!

  • kesha

    The oldest piece of cookware that I own is my Great Grandmother’s Cast Iron Skillet

  • kesha

    I follow you on Twitter

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    I instagram follow you

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    I follow you on Pinterest

  • Jennifer

    Me too! A small non-stick pan that I use to make eggs. Really does a good job, though :)

  • Chrissy

    My mother’s large soup pot :)

  • Regina

    I have one of my mom’s old pots. It’s completely beat up and doesn’t sit flat, but I remember her making popcorn for us in it so I love it.

  • Actually, ALL of my pans and pots are old! They’re a hand-me-down set from my mom and I’m hoping to buy a new set in the nearish future. This would be a great start in that direction! :)

  • Katie

    I have an old wooden spoon from my mom :)

  • Katie

    I like you on FB

  • Katie

    I follow you on FB

    • Katie

      This was supposed to be follow you on Pinterest!! Oppss

  • Tina

    townecraft electric skillet that belonged to my husbands grandmother

  • Jayda

    A small cast iron pan that is at least 30 years old that was given to me by my mom.

  • My oldest piece of cookware is a stockpot that I inherited from my grandfather. He bought it when he bought his first home in this country in 1988. I only wish he had written down the recipes for the delicious soups he made in the pot!

  • I follow you on Twitter! (@TheRedheadBaker)

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  • I have a Dutch Oven that is 20 years old (wedding present).

  • I follow you on Twitter (@Managed_Chaos)

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  • Danielle

    None of the things in my kitchen are very old, but I do have a beloved cast iron skillet.

  • tara

    hmmmmm i think i have finally graduated to not having any old used pans from when i first moved out….but i do have a very old measuring cup that was my great grandmas that i use from time to time but am now almost afraid to use because it might break. she lived to be 99 and she had that cup all my life and who knows when she bought it. it makes me think of her when i see it !

  • tara

    i follow you on pinterest

  • Danielle

    I follow you on twitter.

  • Danielle

    I follow you on instagram

  • Danielle

    I follow your pins on pinterest

  • Heidi

    The oldest piece of cookware that I own is a wooden spoon I’ve had since college

  • mell

    The oldest piece of cookware that I own (and still use) is my grandmother’s 50+ year old cast iron skillet.

  • mell

    I follow you on twitter as mm1411.

  • Oh gosh, I think it’s my grandma’s old pastry blender. It’s over 70 years old!

  • I follow on Twitter…

  • re morgan

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  • Paddi

    a copper pot that belongs to my grandma

  • April

    Actually I wish I had some older cookware but an old stock pot is about all I have that’s older than 10 years.

  • Debbie

    My grandmother’s cast iron skillet–is probably about 40+ years old.

  • I’ve only recently moved away from home and am slowly stocking up my kitchen, so the oldest thing in there is probably an 8-year-old pizza stone.

  • I like you on Facebook.

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  • about 6 months. i just got married and everything is new and bright and sparkly!!!!!

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  • Tyler Rogero

    I have cookie sheets that belonged to my Grandmother.

  • I have a cast iron skillet that has been around longer than I have.

  • I follow you on Pinterest.

  • Theresa J

    I have 47 year old wok

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  • Theresa J

    I follow on instagram

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    I follow on pinterest

  • sona

    cupcake pan from my Mom

  • Michelle

    Probably my old cast iron skillet that my mother gave me.

  • Sharon

    A Magnalite Dutch oven we received at our wedding shower 42 years ago.

  • Dawn

    I follow you on Pinterest!

  • Amory

    my cast iron skillet

  • Breanna
  • Breanna

    I’ve requested to follow you on Instagram.

  • Breanna

    I follow you on Pinterest. :)

  • Breanna

    I like Foodie Bride on Facebook.

  • Diana C

    I just married, so I adopted some old second, third, ect. hand pots and pans. So, really not sure how old they are, but they still work okay. This would be lovely to own!

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    Totally tweeted this lovely!

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    I follow you on Pinterest.

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  • Will H

    I’m not even sure… some ancient cookie sheets maybe? Or a cast iron skillet?

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  • marty

    A bundt pan that I have had for at least 28 years.

  • david

    Great Grand Dad’s Cast Iron. 4 Fry Pans, One Griddle and one Dutch Oven

  • Yasee

    Oldest would be my kitchenaid mixer….about 13-14 years old now and still loving it!

  • Vanessa P

    The oldest piece of cookware I own is my grandmother’s cake pans.

  • Becky Jordan-Tracey

    I follow you on Twitter (@tissaboo)

  • Becky Jordan-Tracey

    I follow you on Pinterest! pinterest.com/idgiet/

  • Becky Jordan-Tracey

    I have an old cast iron skillet that’s older than I am.

  • Erin K.

    I have a big soup pot that used to belong to my grandmother. Who knows how old that thing is?

  • Tessa

    I have a scary sauce pan that is probably from the 80s — yikes!

  • Paddi

    One stainless steel pot

  • Debra

    A cookie sheet that was my moms for as long as I can remember.

  • Debra

    follow on pinterest

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  • Thomas Murphy

    the oldest piece of cookware that I own is a pot my mom gave me

  • Jennifer

    I have my gram’s pink pyrex mixing bowl and a super heavy enamel dutch oven of hers.

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  • Manny

    I have an awesome saucepan that used to belong to my grandmother!

  • Thomas Murphy

    I follow on twitter as @thomasmurphy40

  • Thomas Murphy

    I follow the blog’s Instagram feed as rounder9834

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  • Laura P

    Probably my cookie sheet. Its only like 4 years old but my cooking started later in life

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  • An 80’s Style Crockpot!