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Handmade Kitchen: Baking Dishes

by Violet on May 9, 2012

If you think of a baking dish as just something to hold your casserole or pie, you are not seeing the big picture. A baking dish is like a frame for your food, showing off both your creation and your personality. For your table, potluck, or party, a handmade baking dish adds style to function.

Handmade Kitchen: Baking Dishes

Twisted River Clay suggests using these casserole dishes for quiche, cobblers, pies and more. Choose your color and it will be made to order just for you. Or give one as a gift and include a favorite recipe.

Earth In Art uses environmentally friendly practices like reclaimed/recycled clay and only firing a full kiln on days that don’t put excess demand on an already maxed out grid. In bright turquoise and soft butter yellow, this lidded baking dish will look fabulous on your table.

The neutral earthiness of this casserole will blend seamlessly with any decor. Mostly Stoneware used a combination of her favorite glazes to achieve the lovely speckled effect.

Glazed in a gorgeous matte blue/green, this lidded casserole is dishwasher, microwave, and oven safe. I love the little bird detail Bonnie the Potter added to the lid.

Shanna Rumburg has a shop filled with gorgeous functional pottery in rich colors. This cheery red lidded casserole dish can easily hold 7 cups and is currently on sale!

Each of Laurie Goldstein’s long baking dishes comes with a recipe for an easy and delicious lemon poppy seed cake. Over and freezer safe, you can bake, serve, and store in it.

Finally, there are few things better in the world than baked brie. Imagine how nice it will look at your next party baked and served in Karin Lorenc’s stoneware dish glazed in plum.

Happy Stalking!
Curator V.

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