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Cook on Clay - Covered Casseroles

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These Cook on Clay Covered Casserole flameware pots, are made for preparing and presenting foods. Our pots can go from the refrigerator or freezer into a hot pre-heated oven or grill. Flameware is a specially formulated type of clay that withstands thermal shock and avoids cracking. 

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These versatile, Cook on Clay Covered Casserole flameware pots, will steam rice, stew beef, simmer soup, slow cook grass-fed meats, bake bread, braise lamb shanks, or make your favorite chili, adding depth to every recipe. They are available in Tuscan Gold and Bordeaux glazes, and in 2 qt. and 4 qt. capacities. Practical to work with due to the uniquely designed handles and tight fitting lids. These pots are carefully handmade and may vary slightly in surface and size. Our pots can go directly from the refrigerator to a hot oven and back again without cracking! The general rule is that the heat source (oven, grill, electric coil, gas flame, broiler) should mirror the shape of the bottom of these pots. Our patented flameware pottery is 100% environmentally safe and non-toxic. These Covered Casseroles  hold heat, keeping food warm during mealtime. 100% environmentally safe, non toxic. Fired to 2400 degrees F. in a clean-burning propane-fueled kiln and packaged in 100% recyclable and re-useable materials.

Robbie Lobell and Maryon Attwood, co-founders and co-owners of Cook on Clay, are passionate about handmade objects in everyday life, believing that design for utility, rugged elegance, and beauty brings meaning to each day. They are dedicated to educating and mentoring younger women in studio arts, artisan-based manufacturing, and sustainable small business practices. They care deeply about local and sustainable food systems, the return of families and neighbors to the table, and a renewed and burgeoning tabletop culture. We love knowing our pots are well used in kitchens and on tables across America.

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About:

Robbie Lobell & Maryon AttwoodAmerican Made: Woman Owned
Cook on Clay was launched in 2010 as a response to a growing customer base demanding more and newly designed flameware products. Cook on Clay pottery is 100% designed and handmade in America. Most other high quality cookware sold in America is made by European companies in Asia. Resisting the siren song of foreign manufacturing, Cook on Clay has invested in building a sustainable woman-owned local business.

Founders Robbie Lobell and Maryon Attwood are experienced clay artists who have long used flameware in their work. Working from their studios and manufacturing annex on Whidbey Island in northwest Washington, they have built a company around the idea that there is no better way to prepare and present food than in handmade pottery.

We believe cooking and serving food in handmade pottery forges connections -- with the farms that grow it, the earth that nourishes it, and the people who share it. As our company grows, reaching customers across America and beyond, we hope that those connections will take root in many communities.

The Cook on Clay mission and vision celebrates the importance of slow food, local food, international food, and the communities these foster. Continuing a long tradition of American craftsmanship, Cook on Clay melds beauty and utility in every piece to honor the deeply gratifying, universal act of cooking.

Entrepreneurship
At Cook on Clay, we strive to become a model for entrepreneurial U.S. artisan manufacturing -- inspiring designers and artists to look towards domestic production and small U.S. manufacturers to think creatively about their business models. Ultimately, we believe local values-based businesses offers greater long-term rewards than can ever be achieved in chasing higher short-term profits by sending manufacturing oversees.

Artisan manufacturers will have a social impact on future artists and craftspeople. The general public will have increased access to well-designed products made locally. Artisans are becoming manufacturers as new technologies allow fine design and excellent quality to be produced in quantity. This blend of craftsperson, businessperson, and manufacturer holds the future for ceramic production.

Education is a core value of Cook on Clay. Beyond educating people about good food, cooking, and ceramic cookware, Cook on Clay is committed to educating the next generation of young women looking to studio arts as a career choice in sustainable business practices and the advantages of expanding their choices of tools to include manufacturing through our Zakin Apprenticeship Program.

Care:

Cook on Clay pots are dishwasher & microwave safe. They clean beautifully with 10 minutes of soaking. Feel free to use any scrub pads, they will not scratch the surface of your pot. You can use metal utensils and carve with a knife directly on the pot. Please be mindful that your pot is made of clay and needs to be handled appropriately.

The surface of your pot naturally changes with use and over time. This is a natural part of the maturation process, creating a rich patina & history of use. If you wish, a bit of vegetable oil rubbed into the surface after cleaning will rid the surface of “discoloration”. Pots may be used in the oven, under the broiler, on the grill and stovetop all depending on the shape & structure. You can use round-bottomed pats directly on the stovetop -- electric, gas or wood. The pots may easily be transferred from the refrigerator or freezer to a hot cooking environment and back again. No seasoning or soaking is necessary.

We make flamewar pots for slow food aficionados, lovers of fine food, appreciators of quality kitchen tools, cooks, chefs...everyone who loves to cook!

Product of: United States
Volume 2 qt, 4 qt
Dimensions No