Anyone seen this before? Hot water installed over the stovetop.
They are becoming more popular all the time. To me it is a safety feature. No more lifting the heavy soup pot full of water.
Does the full soup pot stay there forever?
I suppose You could eat Your way to the bottom of the soup pot …
You make the soup and then ladle it into smaller containers. Have you never made soup before??
Oh get over yourself.
It was a joke.:mrgreen:
In the upscale homes here, yes, that’s hot water. Out in hillbilly country, that is hooked up to a 10-gallon keg in a refrigerator on the other side of the wall.
Typical for most Kitchens in the South Philly, PA area…
See these all the time…
Unusual if Absent…
Anybody else notice the spout is turned upside down ?
You have never seen one, right bob?
it’s has swivel joint.
Hot water? I was taught to never use hot water for cooking because it tastes bad.
Who fills a soup pot with hot water?
Apparently whoever lives in the house the OPs pic was taken
Dollars to donuts it’s not hot water.
A safety warning about mixing water and hot grease (grease fires) seems in order.
I seem them in upscale houses.
A great invention if you ask me.
It is hot water. The water only trickles out though so the owner said they don’t use it. Owner indicated it was a DIY project.