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Ovenproof dishes

I was wondering if I could get some advice on using ceramic dishes (aside from ramequins) for applications that require time in the oven- such as cremes,pudding cakes, single serve fruit cobblers. I have seen it being done in old time ceramic tea cups which makes for a great presentation, but I have a hard time judging which ones would make it and which ones would shatter. Some of the ones I've seen seemed too delicate to me, but obviously they worked...Any rule of thumb, bottom markings, handling tips? Thank you

asked by Droplet almost 5 years ago

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Sam1148

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added almost 5 years ago

I'd just Emile Henry. They make great stuff out of ceramic that flame proof both for top of the stove and in the oven (the flame ware/cookware line). And other pieces for strictly oven use the bake ware line. http://www.emilehenryusa...

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Sam1148

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added almost 5 years ago

After re-reading...I think their table ware line might be what you're looking--which is all oven proof and can go from 'fridge to oven. http://www.emilehenryusa...
The Japanese bowl or the espresso cup might be the right size and shape you're looking for small dishes in the oven.
http://www.emilehenryusa...

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added almost 5 years ago

Thanks,Sam. I know they make good flame proof ware, and I also have remequins,but my question was more specifically about tea cups, vintage tea cups. Would like to learn a bit about distinguishing between those in terms of their usability for the above stated. I have seen it done more than once, but I'm afraid to just put any pretty old teacup in the oven.

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