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Le Creuset Enamel-on-Steel Zen 1-2/3-Quart Teakettle, Cherry - Cookware & Baking - Teakettles

 

 
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Le Creuset Enamel-on-Steel Zen 1-2/3-Quart Teakettle, Cherry Le Creuset Enamel-on-Steel Zen 1-2/3-Quart Teakettle, Cherry
Price : $100.00 $69.95
Features :
  1. Contemporary Zen whistling tea kettle holds 1-5/8 quarts
  2. Made of enamel on steel for durable yet lightweight construction
  3. Arched, Asian-style handle; spout flips open for pouring
  4. Stainless-steel rim resists chips; heat-resistant phenolic lid knob
  5. Inverted bowl shape; many color choices; dishwasher-safe

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Primula Catalina Stainless Steel Whistling Tea Kettle, 3-Quart Primula Catalina Stainless Steel Whistling Tea Kettle, 3-Quart
Price : $34.99 $32.99
Features :
  1. Stainless steel construction
  2. Seamless, rolled bottom
  3. Stay cool handle with trigger spout
  4. Removable lid
  5. 3-quart capacity

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Editorial Review :

The Primula Catalina Whistling Tea Kettle is constructed of stainless steel and features a seamless, rolled bottom. It's stay cool handle and trigger spout allows for safe handling, and a classic whistle sounds when water is boiling. The removable lid allows for easy cleaning and filling of the 3-quart capacity kettle.

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Le Creuset Enameled Steel Oolong Tea Kettle, 1.9-Quart, Palm Le Creuset Enameled Steel Oolong Tea Kettle, 1.9-Quart, Palm
Price : $115.00 $79.95
Features :
  1. 1.9-quart whistling teakettle made of enamel-coated steel
  2. Heat-resistant, ergonomic, loop handle ensures a secure grip
  3. Removable round-shaped lid with stay-cool phenolic lid knob
  4. Safe for use on all heat sources, including induction; hand wash only
  5. Measures approximately 10 by 10 by 6 Inch

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As part of Le Creuset's Enamel-on-Steel collection, the superiorly crafted kettle features heavy-gauge steel construction for fast heating and even heat distribution, along with a hard, glossy enamel glaze for both durability and eye-catching beauty on the stovetop. The kettle's heat-resistant, ergonomic handle locks into place for easy lifting and pouring, ensures a secure grip and keeps hands a safe distance from the steam. The loop-style handle comes securely attached to the kettle with stainless-steel brackets for added peace of mind. To refill the kettle, simply remove its round-shaped lid by pulling up on the stay-cool lid knob. The kettle can be safely used on all heat sources, including induction and should be hand washed only with hot soapy water and dried thoroughly.

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Simplex Heritage 2 Quart Tea Kettle, Chrome Simplex Heritage 2 Quart Tea Kettle, Chrome
Price : $124.99 $159.95
Features :
  1. Nickel lining for superior heating
  2. Whistles when water boils
  3. Will never whistle on either a ceramic or induction stovetop
  4. Suitable for gas or electric
  5. Heirloom quality construction

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These kettles have been hand crafted in England since 1903, using solid copper or chromed-finish copper with a pure tin lining.

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Le Creuset 1.75 -Quart Stainless Steel Whistling Tea Kettle Le Creuset 1.75 -Quart Stainless Steel Whistling Tea Kettle
Price : $145.00 $99.95
Features :
  1. Le creuset whistling tea kettle holds 1.75 quarts
  2. Stainless steel kettle is induction compatible
  3. Handle locks in upright position; spout flips open for pouring
  4. Stainless-steel rim resists chips; heat-resistant phenolic lid knob
  5. Dishwasher safe

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Styled after the iconic Classic Whistling, the stainless steel Classic Whistling is a striking blend of traditional design and modern sensibilities.

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Questions & Answers
Question : Where is this sign located?
See Picture.http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/a7/Tea_pot_kettle_junction.jpg

Answer:
Death Valley California http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teakettle_Junction

 

Question : If you're good at making puns i need some help please c:?
okay so im in college and i do 3D computer modelling. In my recent project ive made a transformers style kettle that transforms into a mini sentry gun. Now i just need to composite it, and to do so i need a name for it, preferable something to do with tea, kettles and guns. Much like how team fortress name their weapons c;

Answer:
A** over teakettle, which is what happens to someone who gets shot with it.

 

Question : Is it harmful to drink tea made with rusty water? Inside of my Dansk teakettle is coated with a rusty film?
I just discovered it but have been drinking tea made from water boiled in it for quite some time. Oh well, it will make a cute planter but have I been poisoned in the meantime?

Answer:
Hopefully its harmful rust, like iron or such. I don't think a tea kettle would be made from lead so its probably alright. A little rust is to be expected anyways, it is hard to prevent in the long run, its just the natural oxidation of the metal caused by the water. If you don't want to turn your tea kettle into a planter you can buy some steel wool and try to scrub that rust with molasses then make sure your kettle is dried and that you never let it sit with water in it. Anti-rust products can be more harmful than rust itself so I don't recomend using them.Don't worry. You can always visit http://www.dansk.com/ and look up the care instructions for your teakettle. It seems like a reputable company so I doubt their products could poision you. Ask the manufacturer if you are really concerned.Rust poisioning usually comes from paints or rusted items that contain zinc oxide or lead oxide, your teakettle would not have contained either.

 

Question : Does anyone know if it is ok to use a tea kettle on an electric ceramic smooth cook-top stove...?
...w/o damaging the stove?I would like a whistling tea kettle. Do you use one? What do you recommend? We have a burner on the stove that is a warming burner so I could put the kettle on that after the water is hot and it will stay hot.We have one now and it really makes a lot of noise and seems to be 'bouncing' on the stove when it heats up. I am afraid it is going to damage the stove. I am thinking it is a mainstay brand but not positive as I don't see the name on it. The pictures I have seen of that brand look like what we have though.I see a lot of electric pots but I really don't need another appliance for limited counter tops!Would also like a 'decent' coffeemaker that makes GOOD coffee but isn't really expensive! Is that a possibility now days? I have read so many different reviews on all types and get more frustrated each time! I have quit using the one I had and gone to making either 'instant' or one cup at a time with a filter that fits on top of the mug. What do you recommend for this?

Answer:
If you're having trouble with your current teakettle bouncing around on the warming burner, then it's likely that you'll have trouble with a different metal teakettle bouncing around. If it were me, I'd try one of those little Corning Ware teapots made for stovetop use. It might not have the tendency to bounce around when on the warming burner.Warming burner: Sounds like a great option that I wouldn't mind having.Electric tea kettle: I am crazy about my Melitta electric teakettles. I have two. I use one upstairs in the winter when I want to snuggle in bed with continuous cups of hot tea of various kinds. I keep one downstairs in the kitchen for the same use.Good coffeemaker: GOOD coffee depends both on the coffeemaker AND mostly the kind of coffee you use. If your coffee isn't good, try putting a little more coffee in the basket to the same amount of water before you just chunk your coffeemaker. I have a Capresso which grinds the beans and then swings the basket over for brewing. It can be set up the night before. Very convenient and also a SPACE HOG. However, I find that it brews and drips a bit too quickly for the strength of coffee I'd like to drink so to fix that, I remove the pot during the first part of brewing so that the coffee in the brew basket has an opportunity to become completely soaked with water. Then I put the pot in. This extra effort only takes 1 or 2 minutes longer and it's well worth it.Try the above two tricks before chunking your coffeemaker for a new one. I can't stand instant or the kind that brews in your mug like a teabag. YUCK!

 

Question : What does "аss over teakettle" mean?
I don't know about you, but i don't do things like that with teakettles.

Answer:
ass over teacup/teakettle (American very informal!)if you go ass over teacup, you turn upside down with your feet above your head Example She slipped and fell ass over teakettle down the hill.

 

Question : Black teakettles...popular saying?
There is some kind of saying about painting tea kettles black or something like that. What is the actual saying and what does it mean?

Answer:
"Pot calling the kettle black"As in "How can you say that when you're worse?"

 

Question : Ant Infestation/Problem?!?
wut r sum non-toxic ways to get rid of 'em/ minimize the problem?

Answer:
hot scalding teakettle of water

 

Question : If the worm turns ---?
Is it clockwise or counterclockwise.

Answer:
Neither. Ar.se over teakettle.

 

Question : What kitchen things are good conductors of heat?
Stupid questions for science and my brain is not in the science mood also I can not find the answer! I need 5 PLEASE?!?!?!?!?!?! Thank you x

Answer:
Frying pan, saucepan, griddle, metal spoon, teakettle, metal knife, skewer, ...

 

Question : what is the difference between teapot and teakettle?
what is the difference between teapot and teakettle?

Answer:
A 'teapot' is a covered container with a spout and handle, used for brewing tea.A 'teakettle' is a container with a lid, a handle, and a spout that is used for boiling water.A teapot is made from different materials than a teakettle. A teapot can't take too much heat.

 

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