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Caramel Gift Set

Emile Henry

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Caramel Gift Set

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Product Information

Set of:
one caramel pot, one silicone mod, one recipe book
Made of:
12.2" x 12" x 4"

Why We Love This

The Completely Caramel set offers you the opportunity to discover the world of caramel in all its forms: soft, hard, flavored or just for decoration. Made from Emile Henry's innovative Flame ceramic, the caramel pot can be used directly on the heat, whether you use gas, electricity or halogen with an induction disk for induction stove tops, as well as in the oven. The even heat distribution is perfect for the delicate procedure of making caramel, and is a success every time. Les Secrets d'Emile offers simple and original recipes that you will discover throughout the booklet.

Emile Henry cookware and tableware has been built to perform since 1850. But it's the luscious colors and designs that keep us craving. Crafted in Marcigny, France, from the local Burgundian clay, the dishes are hand-dipped in a rich glaze that resists scratching. Many are based on designs from the French company's archives and have the look and feel of French country pottery from the late 19th century. The ovenware is not only strong enough to withstand the abrupt temperature changes of freezer-to-oven cooking but is also beautiful enough to join the dinner party.