Emile Henry Press Releases - Small Tagine
Susan Jardina, Jardina Communications
Emile Henry Presents A Flame-Top Tagine for Four
New Castle, DE - 2006 -- The Tagine, a Moroccan inspired specialty casserole dish with a flat bottom and a teepee style tall lid is a fast growing method of slow cooking. Emile Henry presents a new Emile Henry Flame-Top Tagine for 4 people. This new Tagine in red or yellow is not only a sensational serving dish that is sized perfectly for a dining room table; it is a high performing cooking vessel.
This 9.5inch diameter (1.2quart) Tagine is made from an innovative ceramic technology that is remarkably hard and flame-proof so it can be used directly on a heat source or stovetop, for browning meats and vegetables and then can be placed in the oven for a gentle, flavor-producing simmer. The traditional Tagine lid allows the steam to rise, condense on the walls and then moisten the food below.
The Flame-Top Tagine's direct heat tolerance is so high that it, unlike many Tagines, can sit on a very hot open flame, empty, for an extended period of time and it won?t crack, discolor or break. Most ceramic Tagines are used for serving only and can't be placed on a stovetop.
The Emile Henry Tagine is lighter in weight then cast iron Tagines of similar size and far more durable then other ceramic or terra cotta Tagines. The glazed surface cleans up easily and quickly in the sink or dishwasher. Backed by a 3-year warranty, the new Flame-Top Tagine for four retails for $65. Emile Henry also offers a 2-quart Tagine that serves 6 people, it retails for $90.
Emile Henry Flame-Top collection carries a three-year guarantee. The word "Flame-Top" is stamped into the bottom of the pot next to the potter's insignia. Emile Henry, located in the Burgundy town of Marcigny. To find out more about Flame-Top, call the Company at 302-326-4800 or visit www.emilehenry.com.