Tin-lined copper cookware cleans up beautifully, and will last several lifetimes with a little attention. The tin darkens, hardens slightly and smooths with time and use, all of which actually improve a pan’s performance.
If you prefer a shiny look, you can brighten a tin lining with the following simple galvanic technique. This process is completely non-toxic and food-safe, and assumes that the tin has been cleaned of food residues before you start.
The recipe for a 3 quart tin-lined copper pan:
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