Does anybody know anywhere in town where I can get a copper kettle re-tinned? I just picked up a used simplex kettle for cheap, but the lining is thrashed. Alternatively, anyone ever tried to do it themselves? I have access to a metal studio, but don't really know where to start.
There is a man in New Orleans, LA that re-tins copper cookware. His name is Lambert Joesph Gonzales III and you can find his phone # listed. Here is a link for information about him and his art. I do not know if he takes shipments but I do know he is honest and an artist with his work. http://www.marthastewart.com/article/...