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  • Emile Henry cookware?

    Does anyone have experience with Emile Henry cookware? It's made in France from what they call burgundy clay. I'm specifically interested in the Flame line. Seems like they only make a few styles like dutch ovens and a skillet-like pan. The web site doesn't list wood fire ovens as acceptable use, but the description of the product lists for use on a open flame as okay, even with the pot empty. Just wanted to know if anyone is currectly using the pots.
    Thanks.
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    Re: Emile Henry cookware?

    I used a terra cotta pot to cook fish and chicken in (seperately) and put it right on the oven floor, Oven was at 600 degrees (f) and had no problems and it was much easier to clean than my Iron skillet...

    Cheers
    Mark

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      Re: Emile Henry cookware?

      Emile Henry is one of the world's leading ceramic cookware specialists ...I'm using this Emile Henry cookware from 1 year ...Till now I didn't face any problem with this and this cookware lit tile bit hard to clean...Except this im very much comfortable with this cookware ....

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        Re: Emile Henry cookware?

        I've use it at quite high temperatures and have never had a problem
        Ernie

        Ducane 5 Burner Stainless / 34 Inch WFO

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