Crate & Barrel's new Bakers with Cork line of white stoneware baking dishes nest in cork liners for bringing hot dishes directly from oven to table. Bakeware is dishwasher safe. Made in Portugal.
$24.95 for the square baker, $29.95 for the rectangular baker, and $39.95 for the lidded oval casserole at Crate & Barrel.
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A Greek study has found that olive oil may be substituted in place of margarine and shortenings in cakes without affecting texture, flavor, or aroma.
Called a Slow Cooker, Dutch designer Margriet Foolen's terracotta baker is really an updated version of the traditional Moroccan tagine.
Use it as you would as a traditional tagine and the white-glazed base, which has a heatproof silicone ring, can go straight from the oven to the table. Invert the device, and the top becomes a serving bowl, with lid.
$64 at the A+R Store.
Coming soon: My Bread: The Revolutionary No-Knead, No-Work Method, a baking book by Sullivan Street Bakery's Jim Lahey. The book detail's Lahey's now legendary technique for making "no-knead" bread and pizza, along with recipes for Sullivan Street standards like pizza bianca, desserts, and sandwiches. Due out on October 5, the book is available now for pre-order for $19.77 at amazon.com (dutch oven sold separately).
Fun dessert idea: Michael Ruhlman's son and the chocolate chip cookie bowl sundae.