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5-inch Pie Pan by Nordic Ware for Toaster Ovens
Item #: 42310
Bake delicious mini fruit, shepherds, and pot pies in the toaster oven! Personal sized for easy storage and small spaces. Can be used for both toaster oven or regular ovens. With the non-stick surface, cooking and cleaning are a breeze. This Nordic Ware Pro-Form compact ovenware has a fluted edge. Dishwasher safe. Proudly made in the USA by Nordic Ware.
Price: $7.95
All-Clad Pie Server
Item #: T235
The smaller sized Cook Serve Pie Server is perfectly proportioned for serving food as well as cooking. The pie server's triangular head is great for serving slices of pie, cake, and even pizza. Made by All-Clad.
Price: $20.00
Blue Flame Pie Dish 9" with Unglazed Bottom
Item #: 61.31.97
The concept of pie - as in apple, peach and blueberry - is almost an entirely American phenomenon. In France, "pies" don't exist. One can order a "tart", but it is impossible to find pie on the menus in French restaurants or in French homes. Ironically, it is a Frenchman, Jacques Henry of Emile Henry in Marcigny, France, who was granted a United States Patent for an American Pie shape. His design gives the traditional American dessert a uniquely rural, French perspective. The Emile Henry design features delightfully scalloped edges, reminiscent of the edge created when pie dough is fluted or crimped - a worthy aspect in addition to its functional capacity for both sweet and savory pies. The Emile Henry pie dish, like all Emile Henry oven-to-table-ware, is a natural product handcrafted from Burgundy clay. The dish is highly resistant to breakage and can go directly from the freezer to the oven. The dish will not craze or discolor. Dishwasher safe.
Price: $45.00
Bowl Scraper Plastic
Item #: 600
Designed by bakers for cutting dough, now every cook loves a bench knife for scooping up vegetables and cutting perfect brownies. Also known as a dough or pastry scraper.
Price: $1.50
Burgundy Pie Dish 9" with Unglazed Bottom
Item #: 61.31.34
The concept of pie - as in apple, peach and blueberry - is almost an entirely American phenomenon. In France, "pies" don't exist. One can order a "tart", but it is impossible to find pie on the menus in French restaurants or in French homes. Ironically, it is a Frenchman, Jacques Henry of Emile Henry in Marcigny, France, who was granted a United States Patent for an American Pie shape. His design gives the traditional American dessert a uniquely rural, French perspective. The Emile Henry design features delightfully scalloped edges, reminiscent of the edge created when pie dough is fluted or crimped - a worthy aspect in addition to its functional capacity for both sweet and savory pies. The Emile Henry pie dish, like all Emile Henry oven-to-table-ware, is a natural product handcrafted from Burgundy clay. The dish is highly resistant to breakage and can go directly from the freezer to the oven. The dish will not craze or discolor. Dishwasher safe.
Price: $45.00
Charcoal Pie Dish 9" with Unglazed Bottom
Item #: 61.31.79
The concept of pie - as in apple, peach and blueberry - is almost an entirely American phenomenon. In France, "pies" don't exist. One can order a "tart", but it is impossible to find pie on the menus in French restaurants or in French homes. Ironically, it is a Frenchman, Jacques Henry of Emile Henry in Marcigny, France, who was granted a United States Patent for an American Pie shape. His design gives the traditional American dessert a uniquely rural, French perspective. The Emile Henry design features delightfully scalloped edges, reminiscent of the edge created when pie dough is fluted or crimped - a worthy aspect in addition to its functional capacity for both sweet and savory pies. The Emile Henry pie dish, like all Emile Henry oven-to-table-ware, is a natural product handcrafted from Burgundy clay. The dish is highly resistant to breakage and can go directly from the freezer to the oven. The dish will not craze or discolor. Dishwasher safe.
Price: $45.00
Deep Dish Quiche Pan with Removable Bottom
Item #: 2484
The tart pan recommended by Alton Brown for apple pie! This deep quiche pan has a removable bottom and is 9.5 inches in diameter and 2 inches deep. Made in France. Not dishwasher safe.
Price: $22.95
Flour Duster
Item #: fd1
Learn how to use the flour duster in a short Tool Time video from Kitchen Conservatory: Flour Duster video. The flour duster is a wonderful way to dust flour on a board when rolling out dough. Squeeze to open coils and fill with flour and then sprinkle flour evenly and easily. This stainless steel tool is a must-have for every baker. Dishwasher safe.
Price: $11.95
Flour Pie Dish 9" with Unglazed Bottom
Item #: 61.31.11
The concept of pie - as in apple, peach and blueberry - is almost an entirely American phenomenon. In France, "pies" don't exist. One can order a "tart", but it is impossible to find pie on the menus in French restaurants or in French homes. Ironically, it is a Frenchman, Jacques Henry of Emile Henry in Marcigny, France, who was granted a United States Patent for an American Pie shape. His design gives the traditional American dessert a uniquely rural, French perspective. The Emile Henry design features delightfully scalloped edges, reminiscent of the edge created when pie dough is fluted or crimped - a worthy aspect in addition to its functional capacity for both sweet and savory pies. The Emile Henry pie dish, like all Emile Henry oven-to-table-ware, is a natural product handcrafted from Burgundy clay. The dish is highly resistant to breakage and can go directly from the freezer to the oven. The dish will not craze or discolor. Dishwasher safe.
Price: $45.00
Lattice Cutter
Item #: 1354
Make perfect lattice-top pies with this lattice cutter. Simply roll the cutter over the dough to cut the slits and create the lattice design. 5 inches wide and made of high-impact plastic.
Price: $9.95
Marble Rolling Pin with Handles
Item #: rpw10
Marble is preferred by many chefs for rolling out pie dough, as it naturally helps to keep dough cool. The rolling pin is white marble with hardwood handles and a wood stand. The barrel is 10 inches and 2.5 inches in diameter; the overall length is 18 inches.
Price: $20.95
Oak Flame Pie Dish 9" with Unglazed Bottom
Item #: 61.31.96
The concept of pie - as in apple, peach and blueberry - is almost an entirely American phenomenon. In France, "pies" don't exist. One can order a "tart", but it is impossible to find pie on the menus in French restaurants or in French homes. Ironically, it is a Frenchman, Jacques Henry of Emile Henry in Marcigny, France, who was granted a United States Patent for an American Pie shape. His design gives the traditional American dessert a uniquely rural, French perspective. The Emile Henry design features delightfully scalloped edges, reminiscent of the edge created when pie dough is fluted or crimped - a worthy aspect in addition to its functional capacity for both sweet and savory pies. The Emile Henry pie dish, like all Emile Henry oven-to-table-ware, is a natural product handcrafted from Burgundy clay. The dish is highly resistant to breakage and can go directly from the freezer to the oven. The dish will not craze or discolor. Dishwasher safe.
Price: $45.00
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