This festive red clay cookware, also know as a Spanish cazuela, can be used directly on the stove top, in the oven. Clay cooking goes back to the ancients. The Romans crafted clay vessels for olive oil and wine, and many cultures have always used clay cookware to suit their culinary needs. Cazuelas are Spains contribution to clay pot cooking. These durable cooking dishes can be used in place of a skillet, a paella pan, a sauté pan, or oven casserole. Clay cookware is durable and holds a slow, steady heat that allows foods to cook gently and evenly. The Spanish cazuela is sure to become one of your favorite kitchen companions. This cazuela measures 8 inches in diameter. Price is for a set of 4.
This one-of-a-kind canister set has been beautifully handmade in Talavera de la Reina, in the province of Toledo, Spain. Each canister is hand shaped on a potter´s wheel and hand painted with a paintbrush. The lids are not air-tight, but they do fit well for storing dry ingredients such as sugar, flour and coffee. Each canister is signed by the artist.
This terracota clay cookware, also know as a Spanish cazuela, can be used directly on the stovetop, in the oven and in the microwave. This size is a great little bowl for salsas and dips. Price is for a set of 4 bowls.