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Oven-to-Table Stacking Bakeware

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Oven to Table Stacking Bakeware
Even if you have a very large oven, sometimes it just doesn’t seem like there is enough space in there to bake everything that you want to bake. This is particularly true around holidays like Thanksgiving and Christmas, where many of us entertain large groups of family and friends for holiday dinners, but can be true any time of year that you are having guests over for a big meal. My oven, for instance, only has two racks and there are times when I’ve had to be a little creative in what pieces of bakeware I use to fit everything in there! Scandinavian designer Christian Bjørn developed this Oven-to-Table Stacking Bakeware Set that essentially puts several extra shelves in your oven. The ceramic baking dishes come in three sizes: Small (4.7″ w x 6.7″ l x 2.5″), Med *9.4″ w x 6.7″ l x 2.5″) and Large (9.4″ w x 13.8″ l x 2.5″ t) that are stackable in any number of different configurations. What makes them special is that they have scalloped cut-outs around the sides to ensure that there is plenty of airflow between each stacked layer so that everything will cook evenly no matter how you arrange them in the oven.

The dishes are all microwave, oven, freezer and dishwasher safe, so they’re easy to use and easy to clean and you’ll find yourself using them more often than just around the holidays. They’re also more than attractive enough to use as serving dishes.

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  • This is an ingenious design! I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had to overlap casserole dishes and baking sheets in the oven. I’ll have to check out this line of bakeware.

  • debbie koenig
    May 31, 2011

    I saw these somewhere & was so intrigued! Have you used them? I wonder if they really do cook everything evenly–seems like the oven temp or cooking time would need to be adjusted since all the food would be so tightly packed.

  • Somerset Industries
    May 31, 2011

    I can imagine a lot of home bakers would be very happy to add these to their tool set. It always seems that you realize you need more space AFTER the baking process has started. This would make a lot of home cooks very happy!

  • Maureen
    June 1, 2011

    This looks very interesting. However, where is it made. I have been trying to make my kitchen selections for items that are made in the USA (even if it means buying vintage or antique items). With so many people out of jobs I would like to encourage those companies within our country that are supporting us with employment.

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