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Recipes for Handmade Pottery Baking Dishes

Recipes for Handmade Pottery Baking Dishes

Here are two website suggestions that we lean heavily on.  IowaGirlEats has tasty gluten free recipes.
And then we love this website: TheDizzyCook.   These recipes are designed to use diet to minimize migraines and vestibular issues.
So- how do you preserve and protect your baking dish?  Simple.
  • DO NOT preheat your oven. Put your ingredients in the pottery baking dish and then put the full dish in a cold oven and heat together.  Trust us....We're the potters.
  • Avoid browning the top with the broiler.
  • Avoid tapping hard on the edge with utensils.
  • Clean up: Our baking dishes are dishwasher safe, but make sure the dish and lid are secure so they don't rattle (and chip). We hand-wash all our pottery

Have a favorite recipe to share?  We'd love to try it.  We're really good at adjusting recipes to fit our 'weird' food (as our loving children often mentioned!).

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