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Removing silverware marks from plates?

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by jacquelyncoffey 9 years ago

Hi, I have Noritake colorwave dishes, which I guess are stoneware, certainly not fine china, and they have dark marks from the stainless steel flatware, from cutting your meat etc. Is there any wa...

Terre d'umbria lead content

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by Ambimom 9 years ago

I was in TJ Maxx last week and picked up a 4 quart oval covered baker made in Italy by Terre D'Umbria for $20. [The LC model is $90] Following its instructions, I soaked it in hot soapy water and ...

Help identify blue casserole dish

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by Ruefers 12 months ago

My boyfriends Mom is in love with this dish, she normally keeps it on one of the back burners on the stove for decoration. Today my boyfriend accidentally lit the back burner instead of the front a...

Upgrading cookware All-Clad, Calphalon, Le Creuset?

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by Briennewitt 12 months ago

I recently got married and am working through what to keep, what to return and what to buy. We originally registered for the All-Clad D5 15 piece set (8", 10" fry pan, 2 qt sauce pan, 4 & 6 qt saut...

Le Creuset

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by jdail 12 months ago

Hi, not sure if this post is allowed. But I was given some Le Creuset stoneware a few years ago and never used it. I assume these are for cream and sugar but wanted to know if they had a certain na...

Help identifying Emile Henry dishes?

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by Amy2018 1 year ago

I recently inherited a box of kitchenware including a couple of Emile Henry dishes. Does anyone have any information on this dish, what year it was manufactured? I tried google but couldn’t find it...

Pyrex Safety (Freezer/Fridge to oven)

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by who_me 12 years ago

I'm trying to save dinner preparation time by assembling a casserole the night before and then baking it when I get home. After reading stories of Pyrex explosions with rapid temperature changes, ...

What can I do with my pampered chef Stoneware "dutch oven" baker?

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by justinandlaura1 11 years ago

I am trying to get myself in the kitchen and learn how to cook. I just bought some new cookware and have been using each night and liking it. I am in the market for a nice enamel dutch oven and r...

Mainstays Stoneware Lead Free?

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by Shanetex 3 years ago

Anybody know if Mainstays products (their dinnerware) are completely lead free more specifically this bowl?

Stoneware freezer to oven--blind-baking pie shell

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by NottaBadcook 2 years ago

I rolled two pie crusts, placed them in pans, crimped the edges and promptly froze them (per recipe instructions) without considering the pie dishes. Oops. One is in my Pyrex; I understand the risk...

Cleaning Pampered Chef

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by maryhart 13 years ago

I got some Pampered Chef stone pieces at a yard sale and they are pretty discolored from use. Is there any way to clean them to get the discoloration off and if not how should I clean them anyway. ...

Will it break? What's safe to put in a toaster oven?

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by redbeanbun 7 years ago

Greetings Hounders. We recently replaced our toaster oven with one of those fancy Breville compact smart ovens. Then I read on the internet that putting oven safe glassware like pyrex or anchor h...

Emile Henry Reds

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by Libranflight 3 years ago

Can anybody identity the shade of red on the pot in the picture? A while back I got an Emile Henry piece and disliked the color, it was reddish-orange and called rouge. I have since realized th...

stoneware bowl gets very hot in microwave

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by crn 8 years ago

I have 4 bowls that I am sure are stoneware (safe in micro?). But they get extremely hot in the micro. They are colored red. Would that have any effect? Someone said that the paint might have lead....

Porcelain/stoneware or ECI for casserole dishes? And best 2nd size?

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by Pirendeus 4 years ago

From googling, it seems that many people prefer porcelain/stoneware over enameled cast iron for casserole (e.g. lasagna) pans, but there are many folks who trend in the opposite direction. Is there...

Vintage stoneware made in Japan- does it contain lead?

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by whippetgood 4 years ago

Have bought a set of vintage stoneware from Japan. It looks to be in very good condition. The markings on the back say of the brown flowers say " The Classics created by Hearthside Hand Painted...

Could I use Stoneware (from a slow cooker) in the oven?

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by cityhopper 9 years ago

I have the Hamilton Beach 3 in 1 slow cooker. I was curious if the stoneware itself is transferrable to the oven? Has anyone tried this? Nothing in the manual says its impossible. Thanks

Seasoning stoneware with flax oil?

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by Sigurd 4 years ago

Sites make a big deal of stoneware having open pores, would flax oil be bad? Would it seal the clay too much? How much oil will stoneware absorb? Should I use cheaper oil?

Stoneware Baking Bowl ?

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by Sigurd 4 years ago

I received some Pampered Chef stoneware and I wonder what it is especially good for. When would I use it over cast iron for example? One item I need a use for is their 'baking bowl'. Its out of ...

China or stoneware - what is a good forever pattern?

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by mamabearette 4 years ago

My everyday Johnson Bros Heritage White Ironstone was a wedding present. Over the years I've added several pieces to get up to service for 16, along with many trays, bowls, etc. This pattern ha...