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Like a cross between a casserole and a loaf pan, this is truly brilliant for an array of applications. The corresponding resting enamel lid (!) is ideal for braising vegetables or baking bread, you can also slap it on mid-bake to prevent browning, invert it and use it as its own small baking sheet, or for popping leftovers straight into the fridge. Nests and stacks atop its lid for streamlined storage. 7" x 5 1/3" x 3".
Take Care: Like many centuries-old techniques, the hand-dipped coating + hand-painted details can present subtle variations in each piece. We think they're charming, and, never fear, these "imperfections" won't affect use. Enamelware is metal—not ceramic, so don't put it in the microwave!— and while it can withstand extreme temperatures and a host of other abuses (looking at you: camping with children) enamel's kryptonite is its vitreous coating. Don't bang it with a spoon or drop it like it's hot (even if it's hot!) or it can chip.