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history of pots and pans

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ERIK VIGIL

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Transcript of history of pots and pans

Metal Pots And Pans Erik Vigil
period 2 Stone Ages The use of pots and pans How Was It Made The Inventors The End The first form of pots and pans where found in China in 513 B.C.

Copper frying pans were used in ancient Mesopotamia. Frying pans were also known in ancient Greece and Rome. Pans derive from the Old English panna. Before the introduction of the kitchen stove in the mid-19th century, a commonly used cast iron cooking pan called a spider had a handle and three legs used to stand up in the coals and ashes of the fire The first steel pans were invented by the Africans enslaved in the Caribbean Islands in the 1700s and then re-emerged in the 1930s in Trinidad. The other innovators to the steel pan include Winston Simon, Anthony Williams and Elliot Manette among other steel band pioneers. The steel pan is the national instrument of Trinidad and Tobago the invention of metal pots and pans are still used today in our everyday lives . Pots and pans where first used to boil water with heated rocks to disinfect poluted water . How Was It Used Blacksmiths made pots by heating metal and letting the metal cool in a shape of a pot
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