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Red and Cream Shallow Pie Dish

Red and Cream Shallow Pie Dish
  • RedCreamShallowPieDishF14
  • RedCreamPieDishesF14
  • Galvanized3TierServerAC14
  • FrenchKitchenIslandAC14
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SKU: 219723

$16.95

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The Story

Classic bakeware appeal in a delicious mix of juicy red and creamy white inspires pies both sweet and savory. Standard-depth pan in high-quality stoneware has a beautiful oven-to-table design with fluted rim. Stoneware heats up gradually for even distribution and vented base promotes airflow beneath the pan when placed on a baking sheet. The embossed interior ventilates the bottom crust, stabilizing it to prevent slumping while promoting better browning and easier release.

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Red and Cream Shallow Pie Dish is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just the features I have been looking for. I have wanted a stone ware pie plate for some time to make a nicely browned crust. I was very happy to find one that was pretty too.I tested it by making an empty pie shell and it baked beautifully. The ridge on the rim kept the crust from shrinking. It browned evenly. The plate is deep and holds lots filling. It shows off all of your effort with the pretty glazed finish.Grandma would approve!
Date published: 2014-08-07
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