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Emile Henry Ruffled Pie Dish

HAND MADE

Great for everything from pies and cakes to quiches and gratins, this beautiful dish pairs a modern sensibility with time-honored French construction techniques. Made of Burgundy clay, it diffuses heat gently and evenly for delicious results every time...Read More

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Classic French cookware— expertly crafted since 1850.

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HAND MADE Great for everything from pies and cakes to quiches and gratins, this beautiful dish pairs a modern sensibility with time-honored French construction techniques. Made of Burgundy clay, it diffuses heat gently and evenly for delicious results every time. The durable, attractive glaze is resistant to both scratching and chipping and will not hold baked-on food so cleanup is always easy. Produced one at a time, each piece of Emile Henry cookware is formed and hand finished by skilled artisans. Available in a variety of colors.

Features Hide

  • Pretty meets practical—ruffled pie dish doubles as a stylish serving dish
  • Burgundy clay ensures even cooking for beautifully browned crusts
  • Highly resistant to thermal shock, baker can go directly from freezer to oven
  • Attractive, scratch-resistant glaze provides an ultra-smooth, virtually nonstick cooking surface that makes cleanup a breeze

Specifications Show

  • Manufacturer: Emile Henry
  • Material: Burgundy clay
  • Dimensions: 10.5" x 2.4"
  • Capacity: 1.3 qt.
  • Weight: 2.4 lbs.
  • Warranty: 10-year warranty
  • Made in France

Care & Usage Show

  • Dishwasher, microwave and freezer safe
  • Oven safe to 500°F

What's In the box? Show

  • Pie dish
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Smaller than advertised
I was very disappointed when these arrived and I measured the bottom of this dish.It is only 8" in diameter not the 10.5" that was specified in the description.I was looking for a large pie dish for making chicken pot pies.This is not it.I kept them as I like the red color both on the inside and outside of this pan.
May 4, 2018
Purchased
5 months ago
Great deep pie pan
Great presentation, looks gorgeous on the table. We've had ours for a few years and it always gets compliments. :) Emile Henry bakeware is the best.
September 23, 2018
 

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Laurie W on Sep 21, 2018
It is a simple way to have a pretty crust on your pie. I so want a heart pan in Red please.
Schelly C on Feb 4, 2018
fancy
Laurie W on Sep 21, 2018
i wanted a red dish, and I love the ruffle
katherine m on Feb 15, 2018
It is a simple way to have a pretty crust on your pie. I so want a heart pan in Red please.
Schelly C on Feb 4, 2018
Great reputation for avoidance of thermal shock
elizabeth h on Nov 30, 2017
Wife liked color and shape
Philip M on Nov 26, 2017
This looks like something I'll be using for years to come.. Which is what I am looking for something to last me a pretty long time :)
Nastassia S on Nov 13, 2017
i wanted a red dish, and I love the ruffle
katherine m on Feb 15, 2018
Great reputation for avoidance of thermal shock
elizabeth h on Nov 30, 2017
Probably a crazy question, but with the ruffled sides (not just top), what is the best way to slip out a slice of pie without destroying the crust?
I'm not an engineer and haven't been able to anticipate how to do that. Thank you!
A shopper on Aug 28, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Like the other individual, the first piece is always the hardest no matter pie or cake. I like to line up with the trough of the edge to get the first piece. The rest is just lifted from the now created opening. (I am an Engineer, and although the ruffle makes for a pretty pie, it is not a good design for pretty pie slices. But that shouldn't matter as long as the pie tastes good!)
 

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