I have several pots that I love to cook with. Some can also store or reheat the food the day after. Emile Henry has just introduced its new Flame-top Ceramic cookware and it looks pretty amazing. It's ceramic, but it solves an age-old issue with ceramic pots' inability to handle a direct flame. The Flame-top can brown food, sit on the stove, in a fire, in the freezer, in a microwave or happily in the oven. Weighing 30% less than cast iron makes it easier to work with. It comes in a few sizes and in either black or red. The Flame-top is a great technological advancement in cookware.
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