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10 Easy Pieces: European Ceramic Bakeware

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10 Easy Pieces: European Ceramic Bakeware

January 23, 2019

If you’ve been hacking it with cheap bakeware or aluminum foil-covered baking sheets, it’s time to upgrade to something more effective, healthful, and beautiful. Why not do so by way of time-honored European ceramic companies who have been producing porcelain and stoneware baking dishes for decades if not centuries? Bonus: they perform as well on the table as they do in the oven. Here are our 10 favorites.

One of our staff favorites is the Revol Black Rectangular Roasting Dish, made in France from lightweight porcelain and available in four sizes; $40 to $0 per dish depending on size at March. You can also find a set of 3 for $9 directly through Revol.
Above: One of our staff favorites is the Revol Black Rectangular Roasting Dish, made in France from lightweight porcelain and available in four sizes; $40 to $100 per dish depending on size at March. You can also find a set of 3 for $249 directly through Revol.
The Emile Henry Ultime Rectangular Baking Dish is one of many sizes and colors (shown in Oak); prices start at $35 for the smallest rectangle to $80 for the largest at Emile Henry.
Above: The Emile Henry Ultime Rectangular Baking Dish is one of many sizes and colors (shown in Oak); prices start at $35 for the smallest rectangle to $80 for the largest at Emile Henry.
The Villeroy & Boch Clever Cooking Medium Rectangular Baker with Lid is $4data-src=
Above: The Villeroy & Boch Clever Cooking Medium Rectangular Baker with Lid is $41.21. Contact Villery & Boch for stock information and ordering.
The French Plat à Rôtir Blue Pastel is €56 from La Trésorerie in Paris.
Above: The French Plat à Rôtir Blue Pastel is €56 from La Trésorerie in Paris.
Another design from French brand Revol, the Set of 3 French Classics Roasting Dishes in &#8
Above: Another design from French brand Revol, the Set of 3 French Classics Roasting Dishes in “Pepper” is $150 at Revol.
The Le Creuset 7-Quart Signature Cast Iron Rectangular Roaster, shown in Marseille but available in a range of colors, is $9.95 at Amazon.
Above: The Le Creuset 7-Quart Signature Cast Iron Rectangular Roaster, shown in Marseille but available in a range of colors, is $199.95 at Amazon.
The Staub Matte Ceramic Rectangular Baking Dish, available in Matte Black or Matte White, is $49 for a set of
Above: The Staub Matte Ceramic Rectangular Baking Dish, available in Matte Black or Matte White, is $49 for a set of 2 at Food52.
From Serax&#8
Above: From Serax’s Surface line, the Surface Oven Dish Enamel Cast Iron shown in Camogreen is €187.75 for the largest size through Serax stockists; contact Serax for stock information.
The Revol Les Naturels Rectangular Baker is made of glazed porcelain; $89.95 at Sur la Table.
Above: The Revol Les Naturels Rectangular Baker is made of glazed porcelain; $89.95 at Sur la Table.
The Manufacture de Digoin Stoneware Oven Dish in varnished stoneware is € at Merci. For more on the French line see our post Manufacture de Digoin: A Classic Loire Valley Pottery Revived.
Above: The Manufacture de Digoin Stoneware Oven Dish in varnished stoneware is €18 at Merci. For more on the French line see our post Manufacture de Digoin: A Classic Loire Valley Pottery Revived.

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