Baked clay meets baker.

French company Emile Henry knows bakeware, and this oval roaster is no exception. Since 1850, Emile Henry has been making their ceramic dishes in Marcigny, France using high-fired Burgundy clay, known for superior heat conduction and retention. Extra-deep with elegant handles, these roasters are waiting to be filled with gratins, pork roasts, and pasta bakes and carried right to the table. And in an earthy terracotta, it’s a modern and unexpected guest at the table, and only at Food52.