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Old 09-25-2012, 08:47 PM   #1
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Pot fillers are put at stoves to fill big pots as not to have to carry it from the sink, right.

Now what do you do with the hot water after you're done cooking ?

Pot drains in stove top, could be the next hot item !
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Use it again , its boiled .

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If nothing sticks to Teflon how does it stick to the pan?
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If nothing sticks to Teflon how does it stick to the pan?
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To much pot .
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If nothing sticks to Teflon how does it stick to the pan?
Apparently Teflon doesn't stick to pans, at least not very well. Look at a used teflon pan, the teflon is gone, you ate it all.
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He asked one of those rhetorical kitchen questions so I thought I'd steer the thread in that direction.

"If I only have a pot filler on the stove where do I empty the pot?"

"when cheese gets it's picture taken what does it say?"
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"If I only have a pot filler on the stove where do I empty the pot?"
In your belly
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Actually mine wasn't rhetorical.
What do you do with that big pot of water ?
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Actually mine wasn't rhetorical.
What do you do with that big pot of water ?
You carry it to the sink.

Depending on your fixtures it can be a pain to wrestle a stock pot under your faucet so you end up holing it on an angle to get it partially full then topping it up with a measuring cup....Well at least that's what happens at my house...
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Dumping a pot of water into a drain on my cook top sounds ludicrous.

And Teflon isn't going into this guys belly.
I cook with cast iron or stainless
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Pot sucker?
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Actually mine wasn't rhetorical.
What do you do with that big pot of water ?
11678 Im with you on that one , doesnt make sense !!! . Should have some kind of drain in the wall next to the water supply that you can siphon out the water . Like a reverse pot filler .

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