Emile Henry Ceramic Delight Cookware
Compliments to the chef.
Just because Emile Henry’s been sourcing the very same Burgundy for several hundred years doesn’t mean their cookware’s stuck in the 1800’s. As a matter of fact, this collection’s got more than heirloom good-looks. It also has modern features aplenty. First off, check out those head-turning curves (like something you might find at a French flea market) then notice that matte black coating. It’s 100% natural, nonstick, and created to get searingly hot in less than a minute. The domed lid comes in handy when you’ve got a whole chicken to roast and that knob on the lid is cute, yeah, but it also does double duty as a spoon rest when you’re making sauces and stews. And when the feasting is through, the so-slick coating means food will wash right off. Done and done.
Photography by Rocky Luten & Bobbi Lin
Details & Materials -
Round Casserole, 2QT: 8.86" D x 6.80” H; 2.1QT capacity
Round Casserole, 4QT : 10.63” D x 6.10” H; 4.23QT capacity
Tagine: 13.2” D x 9.00” H; 4.25QT capacity
Braiser with Lid: 10.63” D x 6.10” H; 2.64QT capacity
Care & Notes
Induction, oven, microwave, freezer and dishwasher safe
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