Sizzled and Succulent
Humans were cooking with clay pots on the fire over 20,000 years ago. Despite all the different materials available today, clay is still hot as a kiln, because it looks good and cooks even better. The even, gentle heat this grill basket provides preserves food's deliciousness, and the 44 holes in the bottom allow the heat to add its flavor magic evenly, with no burned spots.
Morgan Baum makes these from special high-fired clay that can withstand the direct heat of a burner or fire. A small bulb handle and tab make it easy to hold the pan while cooking, but won't take up valuable grill space, and the beautiful gray glaze makes cleanup easy.
Only a few potteries make this kind of cookware. Grilling enthusiasts, slow foodies, and fans of handmade ceramics will swoon over this very special piece of cookware. Handmade in Hutchinson, Minnesota.
Due to the handmade nature of this item, each is unique and will vary.