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Staub White Round Covered Brie Baker

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A classic French shape for perfectly baked cheese. Rooted in French culinary heritage, Staub’s ceramic line offers the same elegance, performance, and durability as their renowned cast iron cookware. Introducing the Brie Baker, a classic shape especially designed for heating cheese in the oven. The set features an 8-inch round plate with large handles for easy maneuvering. Available in a beautiful glossy white glass porcelain finish, this ceramic baker is both functional and elegant. You can bake, store, and then serve right to the table in this dish. Its durable finish is also highly resistant to scratches and staining. Staub ceramics are fired twice at a very high temperature, making them extremely resistant to impact and thermal shock. They easily transition from freezer to oven to microwave to table. Their chic, classic design lets you serve up your dishes in style. Ceramic distributes heat evenly throughout the Brie Baker for perfectly baked brie. The porcelain enamel glaze prevents absorption of moisture during baking, so cheese won’t dry out.

  • Made of stoneware with a vitreous glass porcelain-enamel finish.
  • Beautiful finish is highly scratch and stain resistant.
  • Stoneware will not absorb moisture, diffuses heat gently and retains heat exceptionally well.
  • Highly resistant to thermal shock and impact.
  • Highly polished bottom rim won’t scratch surfaces or cooktops.
  • Plate features large handles for easy maneuvering.
  • Transitions from oven to table beautifully.
  • Microwave, freezer, broiler, and oven safe up to 572°F.
  • Length: 9.5"
  • Width: 8.0"
  • Height: 3.4"
Care Instructions
  • Dishwasher safe.
Manufacturers Warranty
  • Manufacturer's lifetime warranty.
  • Ceramic

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Staub is a premium French enameled cast iron cookware and bakeware manufacturer that was originally headquartered in Turckheim, Alsace, France. The first piece, a cocotte or coquelle (Dutch oven), was designed by Francis Staub in 1974 in a dormant artillery factory. Savoir vivre–French people know how to live. And Staub knows how to produce authentic cast iron and ceramic cookware. Staub is for those who have a deep passion for sharing food and celebrating life. Staub products meet the highest standards of quality, design, functionality and, above all, excellent cooking.

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