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Rachael Ray Stoneware 1-1/2-Quart and 2-Quart Round Bubble and Brown Bakers, 2-Piece Set, Purple


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  • Set includes: 1-1/2-quart and 2-quart round bakers
  • These oven-to-table pieces are great for dinner parties or quiet meals during the week
  • Shallow sides result in crunchy tops for your favorite baked recipes and the extra wide handles offer a confident grip
  • These Bubble and Brown bakers are safe to use in the microwave, freezer, dishwasher and oven, up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit
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Product Details

Color: Purple
  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 8.5 x 8.5 inches ; 4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0099QKOT8
  • Item model number: 58526
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #200,483 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Color: Purple

These handy stoneware bakers make cooking and entertaining a cinch because they can be used to bake cauliflower and ham au gratin, prep a side dish like stuffed cherry peppers or serve a refreshing cucumber salad. The contemporary design and bold color make these Bubble and Brown bakers pieces that are sure to be a talking point with guests because of their unique style. Stoneware from Rachael Ray is an extension of the aesthetic she has already brought to cookware and dinnerware: bright colors, unique shapes and durable materials in versatile pieces that any home cook will appreciate. These Bubble and Brown round bakers are crafted from dependable stoneware that doesn't react to food and is safe for use in the microwave, dishwasher, freezer and oven – up to 500-degree F. The bright color is great for coordinating with other kitchen pieces and they are sure to be a hit when they make their way onto the table during a dinner party.


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Customer Reviews

Additionally, I like the color purple.
Jean Baldridge Yates
I do like that my gratin's, casseroles and cobblers cook through very evenly.
Brass Monkey
The handles make it very easy for carrying.
DB

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Sandy Kay VINE VOICE on March 25, 2013
Color Name: Purple Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
There are two reasons to order this casserole set: you really really love purple or you watch Rachael Ray and love the look of this bakeware.

I really love purple and had seen these bakers on the show and thought they looked fun.

The color is a deep purple, a little brighter than eggplant. Some foods look better in them than others. The cheesy potato bake I made looked very good because yellow/orange is a complementary color to purple. Things that are white like rice or green like broccoli also look good. But the tomatoey red sauce of another casserole I made didn't look as pretty in this dish.

I wish the bottom of these bakers was glazed. I store them nested and worry the smaller one will scratch the inside of the larger one. Also, when I saw Rachael Ray use these on the show, I liked the idea of the holes on the side to grip them. In practice this isn't as helpful as I expected. My oven mitts are too thick to fit well in the holes and the placement of the holes means I have to be careful not to overfill them or my food will bubble over and through the holes.

The shape of the "handles" and holes also means it is more difficult to cover the bakers if I want to keep the leftovers in the dish and put it in the refrigerator or freezer -- you can't just put aluminum foil or plastic wrap tightly over the top of the baker. They are listed as being safe for use in the freezer but I wouldn't use them for freezer storage if I can't cover them tightly.

So my bottom line feeling about these is that they are pretty but not as practical as I would like.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jean Baldridge Yates VINE VOICE on December 31, 2012
Color Name: Purple Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
These Rachael Ray Stoneware 1 1/2 quart and 2 quart round Bubble and Brown Bakers, which come together in a 2-set package, got me interested in cooking again.
My present family is what you might call a... strange (???-- we don't think so!--but...) family. The combination of a meat-eater, a vegetarian, a vegan, and two children with autism who are terribly picky eaters don't really make for the usual sort of "news discussion of the day", and/or "general merriment around a dining table" type dinner meal.

I do recall what (so-called) NORMAL is, from my childhood. I remember gathering around the dining table, wax tapers lit, linen napkins in napkin rings, and my father at the head of the table; my mother at the other end. We all ate the same stuff: hamburgers and peas. With a glass of milk. Sometimes we had succotash instead of peas. I liked the succotash. Possibly I am a changeling and come from Native American stock. Now that would be cool.

At any rate, my sister and I would sit opposite each other at this table from my past. There were condiments like salt and pepper ensconced on a lazy susan in the middle of the table so each of us could reach them handily. THERE WERE FLOWERS on the lazy susan in the middle of the lazy susan.

Some of us here NOW either attempt to EAT flowers or like to pick them apart and throw them downstairs on the dog's head.

Therefore, my first thought when I decided to try these Rachael Ray bakers was, "Who are you kidding, Jean? That was THEN, this is NOW!"
However, something in me pulled me toward choosing this set.
The something that pulled me is that I happen to really love cooking. I can read a recipe book and know what the recipe will taste like before I have even made it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By C. Wells VINE VOICE on April 5, 2013
Color Name: Purple Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
I have used these to do casseroles, baked and/or broiled for browning. The photo is pretty true to the color (a nice, rich plummy or eggplant purple.) They're great for everyday, but they look sort of special and fancy. I really like the handles. It makes them so much easier to lift out of the oven and onto the table than either a dish with no handle or those with a little flap handle off the side...and they seem to take up less space in storage than those with handles jutting off the side. I love the sleek look, the rich color, and the sturdy stoneware construction. They don't seem overly heavy, so they're not a pain to slide in and out of the oven. I'll use mine for serving things too, not just for baking.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Katherine Chan TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 26, 2012
Color Name: Purple Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
Oh Rachael Ray, there are many reasons why you told Alton Brown that "you're a cook, not a chef". Your Bubble and Brown Bakers help prove that point. While this baker set is very attractive, it's not very well designed for cooking food. The reasons are many:

1. Any bake ware that sports several warning about "do not soak", "glaze chipping" and "how to clean off stuck food to avoid soaking" make me a little wary about how durable this piece really is. While I'm one to follow instructions, how many people actually do not soak an over ware piece that has food baked onto it? The main reason would be to avoid glaze deterioration because the piece is very porous. That said, if you treat the piece correctly, you shouldn't have a problem - but it's not infallible. One customer already had a problem with quality control and the glaze bubbling up. I did not, so hopefully it's a one time thing - but I'm still a little concerned about how long that glaze will stay on.

2. This piece is impossible to cover/store food. There are no lids, and because of the shape (with the handles being worked into the main bowl), it's a bit awkward to cover up the food with saran wrap/foil without having those two "venting holes" letting all the heat out.

3. Again, with those handles, you have to keep a very close eye on how high you're actually filling the dish - it's very easy to accidentally spill/have things bubble over and out those two handle holes.

4. This is not a very deep dish. The images are a little misleading, as this set seems fairly large - but at 1.5 and 2 quarts respectively, these are small dishes best used for 2-4 people at max.

Those issues aside, these are very nice bakers that would make a lovely addition to a family table. While they are not quite right for the needs of my family, they do make attractive servers.
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