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Emile Henry 13-by-10-Inch Lasagna Baker, Cerise Red


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  • 13-by-10-inch Provencal lasagna baker in cerise red
  • Durable stoneware resists scratching and chipping
  • Colored, unadorned exterior with bright white interior
  • Safe for dishwasher, oven, broiler, freezer, and microwave
  • 3-year warranty; made in France
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  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 10.2 x 2.8 inches ; 6.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00022O6YM
  • Item model number: 339632
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #48,564 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Sized at 10 by 3 by 15 inches (12-1/2 inches in length excluding the two handles), this large baking dish is perfect for lasagna, enchiladas, and other favorites casseroles. Color saturates the outside of the baker, while the inside and top of the handles are glazed a bright white. The Ceradon ceramic is so durable that the pre-filled dish can go right from the freezer to the oven, saving preparation time. The extra-smooth glaze makes greasing unnecessary and clean-up especially easy. Provencal bakeware and dinnerware pieces come in several colors for contemporary mixing and matching.

Renowned for their quality and durability, high-fired Emile Henry ceramics have been crafted in the Burgundy region of France since 1850. Even after years of use, the glossy, translucent glaze on Emile Henry stoneware won't discolor, crackle, or show utensil marks. The versatile ware is safe for the freezer, oven, microwave, broiler, and dishwasher. Each Emile Henry piece, individually inspected and stamped, is backed by a three-year warranty against defects. --Ann Bieri

Product Description

Marcigny, a small town nestling between the hills of Southern Burgundy, has been home to Emile Henry for the past 150 years. Faithful to its origins, the entire production is carried out here. Thanks to its clay, rich in refractory properties, Burgundy has remained a fertile area for potters, passing on their savoir-faire from generation to generation. Clay, a natural and noble material, has been used since the mists of the time to cook or preserve food. While respecting the traditional techniques, Emile Henry has introduced technological improvements (Ceradon ®) so that the dishes are more resistant to mechanical and thermal shock. Strong, durable, all Emile Henry pieces can be taken directly from the freezer to the hot oven, can go under a broiler and is microwave, freezer and dishwasher safe. The natural clay is unsurpassed for conducting and retaining heat. All pieces are perfect for everyday use and carry a 3 year warranty against defects.


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Got it for Xmas present probably 7 years ago and have loved it ever since.
Kelsey P.
We have a lot of cookware and this is our go-to dish for lasagna, casseroles and brownies.
DonCT33
Cooks well, looks good, cleans extremely easily and perfectly, and is very strong.
J. Moomaw

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By N.P. on December 31, 2008
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One of the reasons that I started looking for an alternative to my old stanby 13x9 Pyrex baking dish was because it was not broiler safe. I bought the E.H. 13x10 dish a year ago for this specific purpose, and I have been very pleased with it so far.

The E.H. dish is slightly wider and deeper than my Pyrex dish, which is nice because now I don't have to worry about food spilling over the sides while it is cooking in the oven (most recipes call for a 9x13 dish).

The E.H. dish is also bottom rack dishwasher safe. Because the surfaces are smooth like a Pyrex, it could also be easily cleaned with a scrub brush and a dish rag. However, because the E.H. dish weighs 5 lbs.4.2 oz. (vs. the Pyrex of 3 lbs.9.9 oz.), I would definitely recommend using the dishwasher.

One reviewer mentioned using aluminum foil to line the dish before cooking. I'm not sure if this was to prevent burning? Is so, why not just add a little sauce to the bottom of the dish, as you would with a Pyrex dish? Nothing mysterious here.

Another nice feature about the E.H. dish is that it keeps food hotter out of the oven much longer than the Pyrex.

It should also be noted that the very bottom is not smooth, like the rest of the dish, so take care not to drag it over the counters like you would with a Pyrex dish.

At $60, this dish is a better bargain than the smaller E.H. designer version sold at the William-Sonoma stores. To me, this dish is prosciutto on a spam budget, and is a good buy.

Do not be afraid to use this dish as the manufacturer recommends!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Randi L. Macdonald on March 9, 2008
I love this pan, and I got it for a really cheap price, I think I paid about 30 bucks!! I make a lasagna in the pan( line it with foil), freeze the entire thing and then pop the frozen lasagna out of the pan. That goes into the freezer. When I want to bake it, I fit it right back into the pan and voila dinner for 8!!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By C.V. May TOP 1000 REVIEWER on May 28, 2013
You buy Emile Henry products for their superior culinary performance, excellent presentation, overall elegance, and understated design. Yes, Emile Henry is more costly than Pyrex or Anchor Hocking equivalents one buys at Walmart. The quality and appearance of Emile Henry just blows the glass stuff away. Although I must admit that Corning's French White bakeware is excellent and classically attractive...I have many pieces of French White along with my Emile Henry collection...the French White line doing every day yeoman work...excellent for picnics too.

Let us acknowledge that Emile Henry, just like other makes of ceramic ware, is not metal or plastic...it can and will eventually crack or break at some point. Realize that or do not buy ceramic ware for cooking. Why complain about it? It is silly to blame ceramics for being ceramics. Emile Henry ceramics, of Burgundian clay, with its phenomenally hard and durable glaze, is probably the most durable ceramic ware available anywhere, hands down.

So why buy ceramic ware in the first place? Because of its extremely even heat distribution when baking and its heat retention when serving makes Emile Henry ceramics a perfect match for oven cooking, as well as for making a very attractive presentation at the table. Even America's Test Kitchen's tests of dishes like Potatos Au Gratin showed that ceramics produced a better, more evenly done result than even a solid copper Mauviel or Bourgeat copper baker, or a Le Creuset enameled cast iron baker.

My Emile Henry Lasagna baker is used for far more than just lasagne or "casseroles." Emile Henry makes a large 4.5 quart size as well, as opposed to this 3.5 quart size. This is my second rectangular baking dish. The first one cracked in half because of my own carelessness...
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By R. Gilden on December 17, 2007
I was shocked to see an Emile Henry product review receive one star until I read it. Solomon is rightly unhappy about his or her experience but shouldn't take it out on Emile Henry whose products are first rate.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By R. Sleeth on January 28, 2009
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Great for baking and clean up is easy, even burnt on sauces and cheese.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Cando_kid on January 9, 2009
I recently purchased this dish. I thought it seemed a bit pricey, but I liked how it's ceramic which retains heat better when out of the oven. I've used this dish over 5 times in the last 2 weeks. And every time after washing it looks brand new.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Music for the soul on February 2, 2013
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Again, as I have mentioned with my other Emile Henry dishes, the bottoms are unfinished. It doesn't matter so much with casserole dishes as you can place them on hot pads. Just love this quality! I have quite a few various kitchen objects that are made in France and they all seem to surpass my other stuff!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By T.Waite on December 30, 2012
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I've made a lot of casseroles and I've used a lot of different baking dishes, mostly the common, clear or dark glass variety and this dish beats anything I have ever used. The look is attractive, the heat conduction is superb and clean-up is a breeze. NO scrubbing, even when the food appears to be baked on around the edges as often happens with casseroles. Of course you'll want to take care and use common sense with any hot/cold surface contact - but I've had no issues with this dish and would gladly purchase another without hesitation if I needed a different size.
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