iron tea kettle

This is a beloved Medina institution — an old fashioned hardware store where you can ask for five small nails if that’s all you need, and someone will climb a ladder to get them for you  from the old oak drawers that line the walls.

But a well-kept secret is the outstanding kitchen store in the basement where you can find every imaginable cooking gadget — like this classic cast-iron tea kettle.

4 Responses to “Medina Hardware, 225 South Court Street, (330) 722-6541”

  1. Joan Gerding Says:

    Hope this is the proper place to write this. I have been trying to find out something about the cast iron kettle I have that belonged to my great great grandfather. You have a picture of it! Mine is not so new looking, but is exactly the same. I was thinking about actually using it, but the inside is a bit limed up and rusty and I’m not sure how to season the kettle. Anyway, I’m happy to find out a little more about it! Do they still make them??

    Greetings Medina from Marceline MO!

  2. Dave Myers Says:

    Hello,
    I was wondering if you have replacement grill grates for Char-Broil gas grills ? I am looking for one around 13-7/8″ X 24″.

    Thanks,
    Dave

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