Located in the bucolic region of Burgundy in east-central France, the family-owned Emile Henry cookware company was founded in 1850 and has established a widespread reputation for crafting incredible ceramic baking dishes. Enjoying a delicious, home-cooked family meal is a delight when using an Emile Henry pizza stone, and preparing mouth-watering morsels is a pleasure with Emile Henry pie dishes, lasagna dishes and bakers. Other offerings like ceramic mixing bowls, salt pigs, spoon rests, plates and mugs are all superb additions to your culin ... Learn more about Emile Henryary collection. If you’ve been searching for outstanding bakeware and kitchen products that combine traditional craftsmanship with beautiful aesthetics, consider choosing French-made Emile Henry ovenware. ... Less
Reviewed by Boederblend from PNW on Saturday, October 3, 2015
When I broke my 9x13 glass pan I went looking for a replacement. The newer glass pans just didn't seem to be the same quality as my old one so I opted to try this pan. Glad I did. It's lovely, and making caramel corn in it is so much easier because of the taller sides. No more spilling over every time I stir it while baking for an hour. Now that Fall is here it will get a lot more use. I do worry a bit about its durability, and handle it with kid gloves. Here's hoping I get many years out of this pan.
Reviewed by PrairieDoc from Iowa on Sunday, September 13, 2015
These are cute and seem well made - like the rest of Emile Henry's products. I have the blue and the brown and the colors are nice, very saturated and deep. I've made a couple pies with them so far and they have turned out great. Nice size pie plate for making 2 jumbo or 3-4 regular size slices.
I suggest you bake with these a bit cooler than regular pies and keep an eye on them so they don't burn because they are so small in diameter. 5.75 isn't too big across for a pie, but they are about as deep as a regular deep dish pie plate.
All in all I'm really happy with these. Highly recommended!
Emile Henry 2nds:
Cosmetic Blems or Irregulars. Minor cosmetic blemishes or slight irregularities
which do not affect the fit, performance, or longevity of the item. Label is
usually clipped or marked by the manufacturer. A small flaw means big savings.
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