The Pottery Works

Flameware Handcrafted by Terry Silverman in Fitzwilliam, NH

Products Offered by The Pottery Works

Frying Pans

  Frying Pans available in 6, 7.5, 9.5, 10.5, and 12 inch sizes

Frying Pans available in 6, 7.5, 9.5, 10.5, and 12 inch sizes

Small Flameware frying pans are perfect for sautéing onions, mushrooms, and other vegetables for addition into main dishes. They’re also ideal for making sauces and cooking eggs.

Pouring spouts on both sides make straining liquids, pouring sauces, and transferring foods a snap.

For ease of handling, the larger frying pans feature a lug opposite the handle.

  Covered Frying Pans available in 12 inch size

Covered Frying Pans available in 12 inch size

Excellent for preparing spaghetti sauces, roux, and gravy, these pans are also great for frying chicken, fish, and meats. Try stir fry, homefries, quesadillas, or fried rice in these versatile pans.

Covered frying pans are particularly suited for cooking vegetables and sauces, and will keep your foods – from fish and potatoes to eggplant and tofu – moist and tender.


Casseroles

  Low Casserole, available in One and Two Quart Capacity

Low Casserole, available in One and Two Quart Capacity

Low Flameware casseroles are perfect for baking small or single-serving casseroles in the oven.

Casserole ingredients can first be sautéed on the stovetop in the same pan. Also use these pots for even reheating in the microwave.

  Covered Casserole/Tureen, available in Three and  Five Quart Capacity

Covered Casserole/Tureen, available in Three and  Five Quart Capacity

At The Pottery Works, we are always finding new uses for large flameware casseroles.

On the stovetop, cook risotto, rice, pasta, beans, and vegetables.

Sauté ingredients directly in the same pan. Slow cook or simmer chili, soups, and stews.

Make a baked macaroni and cheese or casserole in the oven.

Food will stay hot at the table, and can be refrigerated or frozen in the same pot.


Lasagna Pan, Baking Pan, and Baking Sheet/Serving Tray

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Essentials for every well-stocked kitchen for cooking and serving.

Fill your kitchen and whole home with the comforting aromas of homemade lasagna or bread.

Bake, freeze, reheat, and serve from one dish. 


Pie Plates

  Pie Plate available in 9 and 10.5 inch sizes

Pie Plate available in 9 and 10.5 inch sizes

Not only do Flameware pie plates make an excellent crust due to the way these pots hold heat, they also beautifully present your quiche, pie, or fruit crisp.

Flameware pie plates are great for warming foods in the microwave, too.


Low Bowls

  Low Bowl available in 7.5, 9.5, 10.5, and 12 inch sizes

Low Bowl available in 7.5, 9.5, 10.5, and 12 inch sizes

With a lug on each side, these low bowls are extremely easy to handle, whether you are taking them in and out of the oven or serving from them at the table.

Excellent for any open casserole, these flameware pieces are also great for macaroni and cheese, kugel, corn bread, scalloped potatoes, shepherd’s pie, chicken bouillabaisse, or anything that requires open, deep-dish cooking.

Bake and serve desserts such as blueberry buckle or a fruit crisp in the same vessel. 

 


 Saucepans and Butter Warmer

  Butter Warmer shown with One Quart and One Pint Saucepans

Butter Warmer shown with One Quart and One Pint Saucepans

Flameware saucepans can be used to heat water, sauces, and other ingredients, or to make white sauces. They are also great for reheating small portions of soups, pastas, and vegetables.

Use the pouring spouts to easily transfer liquid or other ingredients to serving bowls or main dishes.

Our Butter Warmer is the perfect pot for melting butter, oil, and the like. It is also great for warming maple syrup. Spouts on both sides make pouring easy for both right and left-handed users.

Because Flameware holds heat longer than most cookware, liquids will stay warm at the table.


Covered Saucepans

 
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Slow-cook or simmer sauces and steam vegetables in these covered saucepans.

They are also ideal for heating soups and hot cereals as well as cooking small portions of rice or reheating on the stovetop.

These pans feature a lug opposite the handle for ease in serving.




General use and care

Flameware is safe to use directly over a gas flame or an electric burner as well as in the oven and even the microwave.

These pots provide an even heating surface and continue to hold heat long after they have been removed from the oven or stovetop.

Like most cookware, you will want to use a cooking medium such as oil, butter, or another liquid. Never use your Flameware dry.

After food has been removed, quenching hot pans with water will make cleaning a breeze.

Pots are dishwasher safe and can be cleaned with metal pads or utensils; they are very durable and almost impossible to scratch.