[Sca-cooks] pottery braziers, cooking in pottery
donnaegreen at yahoo.com
Thu Jun 16 12:15:39 PDT 2011
Now I know what you mean. I think of that as a portable Roman stove. I'm having one made for me. Duke Alaric in Drachenwald has one and it looks like a very cool thing to play with.
I am not a potter, but I have used pottery to cook with over fire several times now. Yes, if you do not pay attention to how you heat it and how hot it gets, it will crack. If you do pay attention, it works just fine.
Mercy just sent me a lovely pottery chafing dish and I'm looking forward to trying it out.
> The metal brazier that I am thinking of is from the Roman
> time period. It is square or rectangle in shape, stands on
> legs and has a "grill" on top. Is this same one you are
> talking about?
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