Staub Ivory Rustic Ceramic Oval Baking Dishes
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The golden brown touch.
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Staub, makers of our cast iron cookware favorites, make ceramics, too—and they are as durable, high-performing, and beautiful as their cast iron counterparts! Staub’s ceramics are finished by hand—trimmed, polished, and glazed for amazing precision and consistency. Each piece is fired not once, but twice, to give it extra defense against cracking. The enamel finish, one of Staub’s signatures, gleams and gracefully transitions from oven to table.
An amazing food discovery: just about anything can be gratin-ed. Potatoes, chard, butternut squash—you name it. Just add cheese and cream, then bake ‘til bubbly. Our gratin vessel of choice? These oval ceramic baking dishes (also good for anything else that needs a golden, crusty top—casseroles, baked chicken…). Say cheese!
Cook the photo: the recipe for Butternut Squash, Brussels Spout and Bread Stuffing, here.
Photography by Linda Xiao
Details & Materials -
6.5" Baking Dish is 6.5" L (8.6" with handles) x 5" W x 1.8" H, holds 16 ounces; 9" Baking Dish is 9" L (11.2" with handles) x 6.9" W x 2.2" H, holds 1.1 quarts; 11" Baking Dish is 11" L (13.9" with handles) x 8.7" W x 2.6" H, holds 2.4 quarts
Care & Notes -
Dishwasher, microwave, broiler, and oven safe up to 300°C (572°F).
Meet the Maker
It's hard to look at the French company's picturesque cast iron and ceramic wares and not daydream about the *magnifique* things you'll make in them. Staub specializes in enameled cast iron cookware made in Alsace, which makes for superior browning and heat retention (perfect for those hours-long braises). The pieces work hard, but they’re pretty enough to go straight from stovetop/oven to the table. They take on a variety of shapes and colors, but we're partial to the cocottes with a deep blue hue and brass knobs exclusive to our Shop.View Full Profile
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