Bake and serve quiches and tarts in this porcelain dish. Oven safe to 500 degrees.
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I've never ordered these online, just bought them in the store. All the Sur la Table brand white ware I've bought has been pretty decent, performs well, and at a very good price. While I have a special fondness for French porcelain from Apilco and Pillivuyt, the quality on these seems perfectly satisfactory. The creme brulee dishes and quiche dishes I have are all going strong.
While another review here mentions flaws, that's just a fact of life these days when everyone wants everything cheap. Sometimes things slip through. I wouldn't let that bother you. Sur la Table will take it back if this happens to you, and it's the exception rather than the rule.
The porcelain dish I received had a fairly large defect and was also missing glaze on the inside of the pan where the food would be and I was turned off. The CSR agreed it was defective and cheerfully offered to exchange it but I just did not care for the quality of the dish so I returned it. Still looking for a quiche/tart dish. :-(