I love chatting about how our cookware works, why it breaks and when can be repaired, with some asides about food or the history of coppersmith apprenticeships on the side for flavor. Most of my episodes center on questions about cookware, from how the rivets work, to how to season stainless steel pans, to the best ways to clean copper cookware exteriors. From heating quandaries and ruined linings to to…well, rivets, I discuss your concerns, offer cooking solutions, and deliver more than enough foodie trivia to last you through the next dinner party.
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Have a burning question on whether your copper pot is vintage, new, or super old? Host Sara gives you an overview of some pretty obvious ways--and some lesser known tricks--to determine the average age of your copper cookware. From handles to seamwork, there's some great ways to figure out how old your piece is just by looking at it!
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You love to cook.
You are a cookware hound.
You care about how your kitchen tools work.
Want do you want to know? Drop a line by filling out your contact information as well as your questions by clicking Contact Us. I’ll answer your questions in the order they are submitted on a rolling basis (and you’ll know in advance when I’m addressing your questions so you can listen in!).
I’m the only known female coppersmith building and designing copper cookware in America.
With an old-school apprenticeship under my belt (you know, the kind where you work for years and don't get paid except in knowledge), a lot of custom cookware builds using traditional smithing tools, and way too much history crammed into my head, I like to share it all with anyone willing to learn. Rivets...say what?
HYPE GIRL, LIFE COACH, BLOGGER, CREATIVE, BADASS
keeping it short, simple, and science-y
I keep each podcast under 15 minutes, so you can get your cookware fix fast.
This is because I myself don't have much time...I mean, I listen to podcasts only when I'm hand polishing cookware, so...
FIVE BAJILLION 5 STAR REVIEWS PROBABLY AREn'T WRONG
“This podcast is my go-to for long drives, my morning runs, and my daily commute to the city. I can't get enough.”
There's not a bunch of coppersmiths out there, but there's sure a lot of cooks! If you love the kitchen, food or (yes, absolutely) fire, send an inquiry!
I'm always looking for feedback, topics of interest, or general reviews on how I can make the Podcast even better!
own the trade
If you're interested in a day class, a long weekend event, or a mini-apprenticeship, I offer several options at various times of the year.
want to chat?
You are welcome to submit thoughts, questions, and general inquiries here. (Though if you’re sending a note about re-tinning, custom orders, etc, it may get forwarded to my assistant.)
Please note! The address online for House Copper is NOT a storefront or forge. The copper shop is in my private home, and I do not allow drop-ins, surprise visits, or personal copper drop-offs. The address is a shipping address only. If you drive up, you’ll wind up at a UPS store, and they will not give you my personal home address.