Bread Bag & Terra-cotta Bread Warmer
This is loaf changing.
Your loaves have a cozy new home in this very-versatile bag. It comes to the kitchen straight from Italy, and it’s fashioned from washable paper that’s coated in wax for extra durability—yep, you read that right. Plus, there’s a terra-cotta heat plate that’ll keep the good stuff warm and toasty. (Fun fact: Scalda pane is Italian for “warm bread”.) Just stick the stone in a 250- to 350-degree oven for 10 minutes, pop it in the bag with your challah or ciabatta, then take it all to the table for those fresh-outta-the-oven vibes. Oh, and tip: You can roll those top edges up or down however you please.
Pick from a spread of gorgeous colors, along with two handy sizes (we like the medium for our dinner rolls and demi-baguettes, and the large for our boules and brioches). Now, is it just us, or is it time to bake up a warm and crusty sourdough?
Photography by Ty Mecham
Details & Materials +-
Bread bad is made of AGGO Washable Paper. Bread warmer is made of terra-cotta.
Medium Bread Bag: 7" L x 4.5" W x 7" H
Large Bread Bag: 8" L x 6" W x 8" H
Terra-cotta Disc is 4.3" in diameter
Each Bread Bag comes with one terra-cotta bread warming disc.
Care & Notes +-
Hand wash the paper with a clean cloth using warm water and a mild soap and let air dry.
To use terra-cotta bead warmer, heat in a 250- to 300-degree oven for 10 minutes. Do not microwave the terra-cotta bread warmer.
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