Monthly Archive: March 2016

Antiques stoves look great, but don’t ignore the Good, Bad, and Ugly

About 20 years ago, I ran across the most beautiful Okeefe & Merritt stove. It was in awesome condition (not the one pictured). It had a chrome top with four burners and a bitchin’ pancake grill in the middle. The built in salt and pepper shakers were still perfect, and the clock (though not working) […]