New Castle, DE, Nov. 28, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Performance and beauty are wrapped up in this new sage bakeware from Emile Henry, exclusively available at Food52 -- a leading innovator in the food, cooking and home space. The oval and rectangular bakers, a scalloped pie dish and an adorable butter keeper are handmade from French Burgundy clay.  Each piece is stamped by the artisan who made it and is decked out in this exclusive shade, set to be the star of the season.

 

Since 1850, Emile Henry has been manufacturing stunning ceramic ovenware for kitchens and tables from a factory tucked into the countryside of Burgundy, home to prized Burgundy wines, fine rustic French cooking and the excellent properties of clay that Emile Henry uses to make its famous cook and ovenware. This high-fired French Burgundy clay is specifically designed to work with gas and electric cooktops plus it’s oven, microwave, freezer, and dishwasher safe.

 

The tabletop items are made from the same clay and fired at the same high temperatures making them just as durable and high performing. The butter keeper, available in the delightful sage color, cleverly keeps butter perfectly spreadable at room temperature.  It’s simple. The base is filled with the recommended amount of water and changed regularly.  The natural evaporation keeps butter fresh for 30 days. The bell-shaped pot holds up to 7 ounces of butter.

 

All Emile Henry products are made of all natural materials and are backed by a ten-year warranty, which is not offered by any other ceramic manufacturers. The ovenware is meticulously checked by the person who packs it, adding a label with his or her name for traceability and as a guarantee of quality. Emile Henry is located in the Burgundy town of Marcigny, France. To find out more about Emile Henry, call 302-326-4800 or visit Emile Henry USA at www.emilehenryusa.com.

 

The new Emile Henry sage products are available in the Food52 Shop at www.food52.com

 

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Susan Jardina
Emile Henry
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susan@jardinacommunications.com