|Posted on Friday, September 03, 2010 - 2:37 pm: |
|Posted on Saturday, March 01, 2008 - 9:34 pm: |
My mom and dad worked for H&H and I too have both a ss roasting pan and ladle Both have H&H engraved on them.
|Posted on Friday, February 29, 2008 - 7:48 pm: |
My Mom worked for H&H and she has several different types of pans and she gave me one. They are all very heavy stainless steel.
|Posted on Tuesday, May 01, 2007 - 11:24 am: |
Wow! I picked up an "H & H" pan (complete with a folding roasting rack) at a flea market last summer for a whopping $2. The pan is a really heavy-duty, double-layered, even-cooking beauty. I suspected it was from Horn & Hardart but wasn't certain. Now I feel confidant I have the genuine article.
I remember going to the Automat on Market Street in Philly. It's just on the fringes of my memory, but it's there. Wish I could remember more...
|Posted on Monday, February 19, 2007 - 3:02 pm: |
YES, HOWEVER, I THOUGHT I WAS THE ONLY PERSON IN
THE WORLD WITH A H&H BAKING PAN. AS THE STORY GOES,MY GRANDFATHER WAS A PHILADELPHIA POLICE OFFICER AND A WIDOWER. H&H COOKED HIS THANKSGIVING TURKEY. AS A RESULT, THE PAN WAS PASSED DOWN THE FAMILY.MY CHILDENS DISMAY, IN LIEU OF FANCY DESIGNER POTS, I STILL USE MY H&H ROASTING PAN. THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES.
|Posted on Sunday, January 14, 2007 - 5:40 pm: |
I received a rectangular H&H pan in 1953. I continue to use it to this day. Does anyone else have one?