Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Cloverleaf Ramekins

Oatmeal colored glaze is actually eggshell
Rims are given a hint of turquoise with Mexico glaze
The clay is Bellas Blend, (from Highwater) which is a nice creamy cone 6 white stoneware.

Size 7 inch diameter, 2" deep.

I just wanted you to know I'm still throwing things, and this is a pleasing set of baking bowls.  I like their stackability, since I personally have a tiny kitchen.  Many things are easier to add to a kitchen when they don't take up a lot of new space.

They may be a bit shallow for ramekins, when I look at the various ones used to make single serving soufle's.  But I am definitely interesting in cooking some shepherds pies.  Mmm, won't that look yummy?

5 comments:

  1. These are lovely! And they'd be so handy too - dozens of uses. Great idea, Barb! Love, Rosemary (just in case you didn't know who posted this "anonymous" message, haha.)

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    1. Thanks Ms. Anonymous Rosie: I know if you don't have a blog, then Blogger makes you be anonymous. Do they also make you type in 2 words to prove you're a person? They started doing that to me on all my comments today. Blah!

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  2. Or custards in these, I've been thinking more along the lines of stackable pieces too, harder to do with handbuilt but I am a trying.

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    1. I've never made custards, but thought they were usually in smaller dishes...you seem to cook a lot more than I do!

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  3. Oh, these are quite appealing! Shape and colors are lovely!

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