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Emile Henry Cheese Baker


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. 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.


uinthehaus.co.uk Denby


All Denby stoneware ceramics move seamlessly from freezer to oven to the table but Denby also has a strong and versatile, collection of oven-ceramic dishes which give impressive results every time. Suitable for all oven types, they are tough with an easy to clean surface, have a resistant to scratching, staining, crazing and chipping. Denby dishes are Oven, Microwave, Dishwasher & Freezer safe and carry a 10 year Guarantee. Handcrafted in England and beautifully glazed in four colour options: Natural Canvas, Halo, Pavilion and Pomegranate.


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Peugeot Appolia


Rectangular, round or square, Appolia range of ceramic dishes from Peugeot is available in 3 different sizes and in 4 trendy colours. You can easily cook for a 2, 4, 6 or 8 people. Perfect to cook your gratins, meats in sauce, lasagne, tarts as well as your desserts – the Appolia range of ceramic dishes retain heat and keep food warm for up to 30 minutes making them ideal for oven to tableware. They also support freezing temperatures allowing you to safely pass directly from the freezer to a preheated oven, without risk of a thermal shock. (from -25° to 250°C).


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Chasseur Casserole Design


Dexam brings you Chasseur, a collection of beautiful cast iron cookware made in France with a lifetime guarantee. Our new casserole design incorporates larger, more ergonomic handles for easier, safer lifting; an attractive, more rounded base; a re-designed lid that highlights the brand and its French origin; and a smart stainless steel lid knob.


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Haus Emile Henry Delight Tagine


The 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.


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