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Old 09-04-2007, 07:36 PM   #1
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Copper plate?

I'm looking for something I thought I saw on TV once. It's a copper plate (square or circular I don't remember) that you place on top of the stovetop burner to provide an even heating surface for the pots/pans.

Anyone know what I am talking about and where I can get one?
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Old 09-04-2007, 07:43 PM   #2
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I'm looking for something I thought I saw on TV once. It's a copper plate (square or circular I don't remember) that you place on top of the stovetop burner to provide an even heating surface for the pots/pans.

Anyone know what I am talking about and where I can get one?
The ones which I have seen are porcelain coated steel. I believe that Williams Sonoma or Sur la Table has them or any good cooking supply store.

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copper plates...

I believe this is the link. Welcome to the BellaCopper store
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I think they are called heat diffusers.

You can google BellaCopper ( a Yahoo store front) for what you describe or do a search on stovetop heat diffusers.

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Old 09-04-2007, 09:33 PM   #5
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An item I have found very useful for stovetop heat normalizing is a 5 or 10 pound cast iron barbell disk(weight). They are abut burner size with a hole in the center and are about 3/4" thick. You can find them in thrift stores and they will tame the wildest flame. Whenyou're done cooking, you can let it cool summit and use it like a colonia bedwarmer
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