Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Artisan Bakeware (review)

While I don't make fancy or complicated meals for my family, I do enjoy cooking and baking for them. I tried the Artisan Bakeware small unglazed loaf pan for my latest adventure in baking; the loaf turned out pretty good! I like this bakeware - not only is it pretty with its decorative thyme hand-painted, but it's functional.
You do have to be careful of how you wash the bakeware - very much like Pampered Chef bakeware (I have a small brownie sheet thing of theirs). With holiday baking over, perhaps you will find the time to make goodies for the fun of it (rather than as gifts like we did).
However, if you have last minute gifts to buy (because not all of us are done celebrating with family), do consider Artisan Bakeware - 100% lead-free and really priced well. I'd like to try their deep dish pizza pan, myself.
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