Emile Henry 59840 6-Ounce Ramekins, Set of 4, White
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- Four 6-ounce ramekins ideal for creme brulee, pates, souffles
- Heavy, durable stoneware made in Marcigny, France since 1851
- Unsurpassed for conducting, retaining heat
- Bright white inside and outside, with ribbed exteriors
- Oven- , microwave- , broiler- , dishwasher-safe
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Serve your guests in style with this beautiful, set of four Emile Henry ramekins. Made of high-quality Ceradon ceramic, these dishes allow for even browning without sticking or burning. Well known for their beauty and durability, high-fired Emile Henry ceramics have been expertly crafted in the Burgundy region of France since 1850. The glossy, translucent glaze on Emile Henry stoneware won't discolor, crackle, or show utensil marks. And its versatility makes it 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.
3-1/2" diameter, with 6 ounce capacity
Ideal for baking individual custards and soufflés, molding pâtés, and serving condiments, dips, sauces, candies, and nuts, these four 6-ounce ramekins are a traditional French shape with ribbed exteriors. They can go directly from freezer to oven, into the microwave, under the broiler, and through the dishwasher without harming their glossy, lead-free glaze, which does not absorb odors or moisture and is so hard it will not crack, discolor, or scratch--even if food is cut on it. They measure 3-1/2 inches in diameter and 1-7/8 inches high.
Since 1850, Emile Henry cookware and bakeware have been made in Burgundy, where a unique clay is kiln-fired into a ceramic unsurpassed for conducting and retaining heat. Prized worldwide, Emile Henry products come in a wide range of colors, from the earth tones (with creamy interiors) of the rustic Le Potier line to the bright hues (with white interiors) of the Couleurs line, of which these all-white ramekins are gleaming examples. Each piece is stamped with the year it was made and the initials of the craftsman responsible for its perfection and carries a one-year warranty against defects. --Fred Brack
Top Customer Reviews
In fact I have even been served these exact Ramekins in a restaurant, that should speak to their quality. We also use them to serve sauces when we serve buffet style or for holding measured ingredients when cooking.
A very simple, elegant and relativly inexpensive kitchen accessory.
We also use these occasionally to serve different sauces with meals.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not made cheap material.
I definitely recommend:)
Made in France. Made in France. Made in France. ..