Wednesday, March 28, 2012
The cazuela is well known for its basic shape and versatility in the kitchen and is usually glazed in a rustic brown either fully or partially. There is however another type of cazuela, exactly the same as its brown cousins the cream cazuela or 'gres' cazuela boasts something a little more.
The result is a piece of terracotta cookware that is stronger, more durable and one that has a higher resistance to heat. Basic soaking to gres terracotta is the same as other standard terracotta and when looked after will stand the test of time in even the most demanding cooks kitchen.
Discover the 'Gres' range now >>>
Wednesday, March 7, 2012
Welcome to the 'Celeste' range.
If you love a bit of blue then this new range will certainly add some Andalucian sky to your tapas table, new to the range and complimenting the current 'Jaen' and 'Bailen' ranges in orange and green respectively your new 'Celeste' ceramics will add twist to your Spanish serving ideas.
Discover the vibrancy of southern Spain with sky blue colours mixed with the warmth of Spanish reds and mustard yellows...
As with all of your ceramics range the 'Celeste' ceramics are individually painted by hand piece by piece by a team of talented ceramic painters in the Andalucian town of Jaen. Characteristics may remain the same as with the Celeste's 'Naranja' and 'Verde' cousins but this new range is without doubt for those who like a typically Spanish blue theme in their pottery.