Madeira Cocotte 0.5-Quart Bakers (Set of 2)
Madeira Cocotte 0.5-Quart Bakers (Set of 2)
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Product Description
Great for making small pastries, crème brûlée, mac and cheese, and much more, these 0.5-quart bakers will tuck into most any cabinet, and are there for you when you want to impress. They’re made from stoneware to prevent chipping and stay strong over time ... Read More
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Great for making small pastries, crème brûlée, mac and cheese, and much more, these 0.5-quart bakers will tuck into most any cabinet, and are there for you when you want to impress. They’re made from stoneware to prevent chipping and stay strong over time. The included lid is, too. Oven safe to 350 degrees, the bakers allow you to cook, bake, and serve all in the same vessel. Upgrade to the 2-quart version for extra space.

Note: At checkout, choose between the 0.5-quart set and the 2-quart single cocotte (+ $1).

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Specs
  • Stoneware baking dish with lid
  • Heat safe up to 350º
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All orders will be shipped by Drop.

Estimated ship date is Mar 26, 2019 PT.

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Ok I'll bite, what kind of stoneware did they decide to make these out of that they have a 350F max temp?? Most ceramics can't even be properly fired at temperatures that low. It's a scientific marvel, my suspicion is these are made out of hardened play dough harvested from local kindergartens, and given a pretty white coat. I'm suspecting that it's a caution due to the metal handle on the lid expanding more then the ceramic and potentially cracking it but without guidance it's just speculation. But with a 350 temp range what can you actually do? The creme brulee they list? Good luck broiling or torching the top without this apparently turning into shrapnel on you. Mac n Cheese? What kind of blasphemous creature doesn't crank the heat to get a good browning on the top layer? The answer is no creature, even Lucifer insists his mac n cheese finishes under the broiler. If the devil wanted soft and smooth with no crispitycrunchities he wouldn't bother putting it in the oven. The most useful thing I can think of for these is making tiny cheesecakes. Low temperature, cute presentation. Lodge has a set of these, about half the volume; 10 oz vs 16. Which in my opinion makes them much more feasibile for personal desserts and adorable presentations, but they're enameled cast iron and are safe to 500F. Still not broiler/torch safe, and I would prefer raw cast iron. Plus it would probably be cheaper for them to do as well so I don't understand why they don't supply it. Currently going for 43 on bezosland, so a bit pricier but at least lodge is a well known company.