[Sca-cooks] pottery braziers, cooking in pottery
nancy_kiel at hotmail.com
Thu Jun 16 09:56:57 PDT 2011
I worked in the historic kitchens at Colonial Williamsburg for four years and never did anything to "warm up" the ceramic cookware, and nothing cracked from the heat.
Is there a reason you're not using a metal brazier?
Nancy Kiel nancy_kiel at hotmail.com Never tease a weasel! This is very good advice. For the weasel will not like it And teasing isn't nice.
> From: mneumark at hotmail.com
> Date: Thu, 16 Jun 2011 07:36:32 -0700
> To: sca-cooks at lists.ansteorra.org
> Subject: [Sca-cooks] pottery braziers, cooking in pottery
> Are you really meaning chaffing dish or brazier? In general, cooking in pots over open fires one needs to understand about thermal shock and making sure the pottery is warmed up. Also, depending on how something is stored, a pot-ceramic ware can get damaged without one knowing it and when it's being used the fault will appear.
> --Mercy the potter
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