Now is the time of year for rolling, pressing, and grating pastry of all kinds. What’s better than a throw-away tin from the grocery store? Solid ceramic or glass bakeware that brings dignity to any holiday pie or tart. See our favorites here.
Above: The Mason Cash Classic Kitchen Grey Oval Pie Dish is a small dish for making small pies. Made of stoneware, the pie dish is part of the Mason Cash Classic Kitchen collection. Above: From French company Revol, the Les Naturels Pie Dish, show in Sesame Grey, is $59.99 at Pastry Chef’s Boutique. Above: Designer Jenni Kayne’s Stoneware Pie Dish is made in Los Angeles of glazed ceramic; $145 at Jenni Kayne. Above: From traditional French cookware brand Staub, the 9.25″ Pie Dish comes in white, red, and blue; $29.95 at Sur la Table. Above: The Emile Henry Deep Tart Dish comes in both burgundy and clay; $50 at Emile Henry. Above: The Le Creuset Heritage Pie Dish comes in eight different colors for $50 at Williams-Sonoma. Above: The Williams-Sonoma Stoneware Pie Dish Set is comprised of three vintage-style pie dishes modeled after classic American bakeware; $47.96 at Williams-Sonoma. Above: The affordable Glass Pie Dish Set from Anchor Hocking is made of high-quality tempered glass for $14.99 on Amazon. Above: A go-to pie dish at a go-to price, the Emile Henry Pie Dish comes in four colors for $29.96 at Sur la Table. Also available is the Emile Henry Ceramic Ruffled Pie Dish with a deeper ruffle for $30 at Food52. Above: Another style from Emile Henry, this time for tarts: the Ceramic Round Tart Dish comes in Cream, Grey, and Provence Yellow; $40 at Food52. Above: Another style from Revol Les Naturals, the Les Naturals Round Cake Pan in Cream (also available in Sesame Grey) is $69.99 at Amazon.
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