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oven to tableware Denby


James Martin ‘Cook’ by Denby is a new kitchenware and accessories collection which is functional and stylish enough to leave on display. The collection includes Dishes for cooking Savoury and Sweet recipes which can be cooked in the dish and served at the table. Also in the range are Utensil Pot with integral iPad/tablet Stand, Pestle & Mortar, Spoon Rest & Salt Pig, which are gift boxed. James Martin Cook by Denby sits alongside the ‘Everyday’ range of tableware and ‘Serve’ and is designed to be merchandised in the Cookshop, Tableware or Gift departments. Discover more (including our new virtual showroom) on www.denbypottery.com/trade


u 01773 740770 u showenquiries@denby.co.uk


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Distribution Ltd Our Delight Tagine allows you to create delicious traditional recipes for tagines and other simmered dishes, on all types of heat sources (including induction) and in the oven. Made from the latest innovative ceramic, it is lighter than a classic tagine and offers the advantage of healthy cooking which respects the nutritional qualities of the ingredients used. Highly reactive for browning, on it can also be gentle and diffuse the heat evenly for gentle simmering, bringing out the delicate flavours of the ingredients. The result is tender, moist and full of flavour, thanks to the unique shape of the lid which allows the evaporated juices to circulate. The sleek lines of the white lid and the generous black base provide elegant service on the table and enhance all kinds of recipes, both exotic or more traditional. Its naturally non- stick glaze makes it easy to clean (dishwasher proof) and maintain. Handmade and checked in our Burgundy workshops, guaranteed for 5 years. u inthehaus.co.uk


Mason Cash Heritage


The Heritage range of ovenware and prep items has all the makings of a modern classic. Designed to sit with our traditional Cane Collection, it features a logo derived from Mason Cash in the 1920s for a timeless look. Made from high-quality stoneware, it is oven, microwave, dishwasher and freezer safe.


u 0151 486 1888 u sales@rayware.co.uk u rayware.co.uk


Hairy Bikers


This terracotta collection is the perfect addition to any home kitchen - it’s ideal for Spanish cooking f or the perfects every time. Designed with two contrasting colours, this beautiful stoneware has been stylishly designed to complement a rustic table setting. The inside is bright teal and the outside has a matte clay ‘look’.


u0161 831 7879 usales@esgltd.com


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Emile Henry Cheese Baker is ideal for preparing cheese to be served hot: melted brie-based appetizers, mini- fondue or French ‘raclette’ style dinner. Whether it is brie, mozzarella or goat cheese; simply place the cheese in the baker, add sweet or savory garnish, close the lid and put in the oven. Once baked, serve directly in the baker. A guaranteed ’Wow’ effect: the cheese—warm throughout and decadently creamy—is ready to spread on toasts or crackers or pour over steamed veggies and cured meat. Or simply serve as a dip with chunks of bread, pita chips… The practical lid helps keep the cheese moist and infuses the flavours. It also helps retain smells and keeps the cheese hot until served. And thanks to the Emile Henry High Resistance© ceramic, it will also maintain the recipe hot during the service. The bright glaze is resistant, non-porous, durable and easy to clean.


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