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

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Love it!
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I received my milk pan today, and thanks to Townsend's fast response with orders, it will be on the Easter table with something in it! Wonderful quality (all of the Redware items are just beautiful quality) and I can think of a hundred uses for it. I may have to get a second one! Review by Mellie (Posted on 3/29/2018)
Pottery
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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
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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)
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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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