Emile Henry 9-Inch Pie Dish, Azure Blue

Emile Henry 9-Inch Pie Dish, Azure Blue

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List Price: $45.00
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Product Description

The concept of pie is almost an entirely American phenomenon. Rarely will one see a pie on a European menu and in France, "pies" do not exist. One can order a "tart", but it is impossible to find pie on the menus in French restaurants or in French homes. Ironically, it is a Frenchman, Jacques Henry of Emile Henry who was granted a United States Patent for an American Pie shape. His design gives the traditional American dessert a uniquely rural, French perspective. This Emile Henry design features delightfully scalloped edges, reminiscent of the edge created when pie dough is fluted or crimped; a worthy aspect in addition to its functional capacity for both sweet and savory pies. It is an idea that was inspired by a turn of the century shape that Jacques Henry observed in an old photograph that graced a fireplace mantle in the family home. Made in Marcigny France since 1850, Emile Henry's Ceradon is an exclusive process to produce strong and durable ceramic bakeware and tableware for everyday use. It is so durable and heat resistant that items can go safely go in the oven, the microwave and dishwasher and can withstand the rigors of kitchen use without chipping or cracking.9" diameter, with a 1.4 quart capacity

Details

  • Durable stoneware made in France since 1850
  • 9-inch dish is ideal for baking pies and quiche
  • Heavy weight efficiently conducts and retains heat
  • Smooth translucent green glaze resists scratches and chips
  • Freezer-, oven-, broiler-, microwave-, and dishwasher-safe

Emile Henry 9-Inch Pie Dish, Azure Blue out of 5 based on ratings. 40 user reviews
Emile Henry Bakeware Emile Henry 9-Inch Pie Dish, Azure Blue The concept of pie is almost an entirely American phenomenon. Rarely will one see a pie on a European menu and in France, "pies" do not exist. One can order a "tart", but it is impossible to find pie on the menus in French restaurants or in French homes. Ironically, it is a Frenchman, Jacques Henry of Emile Henry who was granted a United States Patent for an American Pie shape. His design gives the traditional American dessert a uniquely rural, French perspective. This Emile Henry design features delightfully scalloped edges, reminiscent of the edge created when pie dough is fluted or crimped; a worthy aspect in addition to its functional capacity for both sweet and savory pies. It is an idea that was inspired by a turn of the century shape that Jacques Henry observed in an old photograph that graced a fireplace mantle in the family home. Made in Marcigny France since 1850, Emile Henry's Ceradon is an exclusive process to produce strong and durable ceramic bakeware and tableware for everyday use. It is so durable and heat resistant that items can go safely go in the oven, the microwave and dishwasher and can withstand the rigors of kitchen use without chipping or cracking.9" diameter, with a 1.4 quart capacity $45.00 https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/31Rkr0n1ToL._SL160_.jpg
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