Double, double toil and trouble. Fire burn and cauldron bubble. We’ve all heard this saying before. The term Cauldron generally refers to something a witch would use to make her potions of some sort, whereas the term Kettle, is often used for creating soups or stews for those of us who are not magical beings.
Available in antique copper or black, the Cayenne Colonial Kettles from Vollrath provide antique charm. They are great for display as well as both themed and non-themed events. The design may look antique, but the level of power and efficiency is most certainly modern. Kettle merchandisers are designed to rethermalize aka take a container of cooked food from a chilled state (below 40 F) through the HAACP “danger zone” to 165 F in less than two hours.