That is a big WOW...premium post shtf equipment. Beautiful.
Yes, but to do your copper justice you need a scullery maid just to keep it polished and in her spare time she can polish all the silver too. If you are really big into candy making you would want a copper kettle or two.
Yes, people cook with copper cookware, but as Judy points out whatever it is they're making is highly sensitive to temperature. Keeping the cookware looking like this makes me think that Sisyphus had a cushy job.
My daughter inherited my mother's Paul Revere stainless with copper bottoms. She has learned to cook with them and the the copper equalizes the heat evenly on her glass top stove. I visit her twice a year and we have a copper cleaning session every time.
Yeah I suppose, eh? The copper would want to go to a green patina if it were left to oxidize, right?
Damn, that stove is like what - $20,000?