Emile Henry Loaf Baker
Sandwiches will never be the same again.
You might already know how even and consistent ceramic bakeware is. And you might also know how putting a lid on it helps trap steam and make that crust perfectly crisp. So are you familiar with the Emile Henry Loaf Baker? Because you’ll wanna be. Not only is it a beautiful ceramic piece (we sent a team to France to see it for ourselves, and they concur), it’s made with the dedication and know-how that only a 6th-generation family-owned company can bring: Made with clay from the region of Burgundy in France where it’s produced, topped with a domed lid for a perfect rise, and lined with ridges on the bottom that prevent the dough from sticking. Your loaves are about to get a whole lot better.
Photography by Luzena Adams & Bobbi Lin
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A few simple creases and folds will ensure no lumpy corners and barely any seams.
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