Redware Milk Pan P-4136

- Handmade by our potter
- 9" wide and 4-1/2" tall
- Lead-free glaze

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9 inches diameter and 4-1/2 inches tall It looks like a bowl to me but, more correctly called a pan because of its straight sides.
Lead free glaze on a redware pottery body
Made in USA

Customer Reviews (3)
Beautifully made piece of pottery. Can't wait to make my first bread pudding in it! Review by Trish (Posted on 2/10/2018)
Deep dish cobbler
I had some fresh peaches and decided to make a cobbler. It called for 6 peaches; I used 7; and it baked perfectly! I did have some juice escape from the spout but I expected that because the cobbler was so juicy. I just sat a pan underneath it in the oven. It baked evenly and the dish is beautiful to serve in as well. I have used it in the past for mixing and pouring and and it is large enough to handle most things I mix. It is the best looking multipurpose bowl I have in the kitchen and it cleans right up. Review by multipurpose pan (Posted on 7/10/2017)
This is a very useful pan. Round bottom bowls are useful for mixing and whipping things, but flat bottom bowls are much more useful for situations where you are soaking/marinating things. Things like, soaking french toast, marinating larger things like steaks, roasts, chicken pieces. Also, for containing bread crumbs for coating things. All those things where you need a wide, shallow surface, but want a higher edge to contain it.
And, because it's the same pottery and glaze as the pie pan and pots, you can cook in this as well, say for topping a stew with biscuits and baking it, or large round loaves of bread. No reason it can't be used as an uncovered casserole.
Review by Michael Sheldon (Posted on 9/7/2016)
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