Ceramic cookware is both pretty and functional, but it's worth reading up on what kind to buy and how to care for it. Chowhounds have tips and advice on buying it, using it, and storing it.

Teflon, Ceramic, Anodized Aluminum: A Guide to Nonstick Cookware

Teflon, ceramic, anodized aluminum...if you are on the hunt for new nonstick cookware, you may be overwhelmed by the options. With nearly a dozen different varieties of pots and pans to choose from...

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Emile Henry ceramic cookware---anyone tried it? [Moved from Home Cooking board]

by moto 15 years ago

Hello, there's been interest in cassoulet on several ch boards, and I remembered a NY Times blurb last year about a higher-test ceramic cookware from the Burgundian French maker Emile Henry, the li...

A tip for cleaning old ceramic mixing bowls and stuff

by Richard 15 years ago

If you have old ceramic mixing bowls with lots of the crackled crazed dirty looking glaze you can soak it in hot water and oxyclean for awhile. I have been doing this with old pottery for awhile no...

Alton Brown's Ceramic Smoker

by raleighfoodlover 16 years ago

Recently saw a repeat of the show where Alton made a smoker from ceramic pots and a hot plate. Was wondering whether or not anyone had tried this, and if so, what your results were. Am thinking a...

Ceramic cookware question

by Tara J. 16 years ago

I have just been given a couple of pieces of ceramic cookware ... I feel like I'm asking a very silly question here, but how can I use them? I've never owned anything besides steel pots or teflon p...

Alton Brown's ceramic smoker

by raleighfoodlover 16 years ago

Recently saw an Alton Brown episode where he made a smoker from ceramic pots & a hot plate. This intrigued me, and I was wondering whether or not anyone else who might have seen the same show had ...

ceramic primo grills

by lisac 17 years ago

my husband and I are shopping around for a new propane grill. does anyone have or know of these ceramic Primo grills? In theory, it sounds like a great idea, just wondering if anyone has any trie...

baking pie in a while ceramic pie plate

by Wendy Lai 18 years ago

I got a new pie plate, a white one because I like the way it looked. I didn't think at the time how the color will affect my pie's browning ability. I've baked one pie/quiche in this thing and it...

ceramic bakeware--cracking!

by budino 19 years ago

This is the second time this has happened: I was roasting a chicken on a rack in a ceramic baking dish, and at cleaning time I discovered it had cracked! The last time it happened I had been roasti...

Kamado Ceramic grills?

by Tom Meg 19 years ago

I'm shopping for a charcoal grill and came across this brand of ceramic grill that looks amazing (see link). Kind of like a high tech tandoori. Probably way beyond my budget, and I imagine it wou...

Herend/Italian Ceramics Importer's Annual Sale Tomorrow Morning

by Joe H. 19 years ago

The North American importer of Herend porcelain which also is the importer of much of the Italian ceramics (Deruta, etc.) has their annual sale tomorrow and Sunday in their warehouse in Sterling fr...

Date, Location Of Herend, Hand Painted Italian Ceramics Warehouse Sale

by Joe H. 19 years ago

In a post below I noted Fortessa the Chantilly wholesaler and their monthly sales. I also mentioned another source with similar bargains of high end porcelain such as Herend. The wholesaler's nam...

pepper mill mechanism- ceramic vs. metal

by cypressstylepie 19 years ago

Which is better? For longevity and, more importantly (to me), evenness of a nice grind. I can figure that the ceramic won't rust over time, but are there other disadvantages to the ceramic? I've...

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