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    Old house online....lovely

    The punched-tin “witch’s hat” shape was popular from colonial times to the mid-19th century; this reproduction appears in a Dutch house in New York.

    cabin fireplace to cook on and only heat

    Colonial Cooking Fireplace 1

    Basement kitchen fireplace at seventeenth-century Bacon’s Castle in Surry County.. would love a big fireplace you could also cook on with the old fashioned iron arm

    drawing of a old fireplace used for heating the cabin and cooking meals.

    I adore the stove and I'm guessing there is a large cooking fireplace not shown. Imagine gathering here with friends and family with a blazing fire.

    In common historic and modern usage, a hearth is a brick- or stone-lined fireplace or oven often used for cooking and/or heating. For centuries, the hearth was considered an integral part of a home, often its central or most important feature.

    Randall's Ordinary Inn built in 1685 - I used to work here back in 1988 - so much fun cooking in the fireplaces & dressing in period clothing!

    My dream kitchen--dark wood and a huge fireplace to cook in :)

    Fireplace - a real cooking fireplace - a typically medieval kitchen - use stone and white or cream paint to get this look while keeping it light and airy in your home

    Colonial fireplace with cooking tools

    Rumford-style large hearth cooking fireplace in kitchen

    Open hearth fireplaces are so full of character, and you can cook with them, too!


    love the cooking fireplace & bake oven in this early kitchen

    Functioning Rumford cooking fireplace and beehive ovens for the kitchen. This would be cool on the back patio..:)

    Kitchen in the Pinney House, Bristol: The massive fireplace has a spit, a rod on which large joints of meat such as ribs of beef and legs of lamb could be roasted. Pans resting on the fire or in the hearth on hot coals cooked the vegetables and sauces needed for the meal.

    Massive Walk-in cooking fireplace

    "Restored fireplace in the Daniel Lummus House, built in the 1680s. Huge 10ft x 5 foot cooking fireplace with at least two beehive ovens. It is the only house in the country with an in fireplace Inglenook Seat." Photo by Snowlight. More photos available.

    How To - Cook In Your Fireplace Or Woodstove