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Pipkin, a Medieval Cooking Pot

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The ceramic pipkin was a favorite cooking pot and was used for cooking over coals for hundreds of years. My version of the pipkin has a strong, round shape, handsome as well as functional.
I left the exterior unglazed to show off the handsome brown clay. The interior is glazed with a foodsafe transparent glaze, which looks brown over the brown clay.
Practical aspects are the lid handle, which can be lifted off a hot pot with a stick; and the hollow handle which is perfect for grasping. I carefully balance the handle so the pot is not tippy. Another very important feature is the smooth, non-leaded, food safe glaze in the interior that will make clean up easier.
Whether you simmer a stew , boil tea water, or bake a peach cobbler, you will find it easy and very fun to use.
I include a paper with information on how best to use the pipkin.
Use in a conventional oven is great and the dishwasher is also good. It is 8 inches tall including the lid and holds 2 qts. of liquid or food.

It will hold 20 oz.

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Pipkin, a Medieval Cooking Pot


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Primary color: Brown
  • Materials: foodsafe glaze, clay, ceramics
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 122 reviews
  • Favorited by: 22 people