I'm renting my dad's house, he left his kitchen stuff he never used that I wanted. I just discovered I own one of these! I think I'll try your chicken recipe this week. :)
I'm sad because I cracked mine like the one on top. It was hot and I sat it down on a cooler surface. At least I think that is what happened, anyway I can't use it so I am thinking about turning it into a planter.
I got one of those bakers at Goodwill for about $6. I did not think for Goodwill it was a great price but when I looked them up online I was more than okay with it!Elise
I am going to have to keep my eye out for those at the thrift store. Those look so pretty and very fall!
They look great! I really love the idea of decorating with the things we use. And I love these cookers - my parents have one they bought in Germany years ago!
That looks much nicer than the cereal boxes and chip bags on top of my fridge!
Hi, when you have a minute would you please post the author and/or publication info on that Clay-Pot Cooking cookbook in your older post? I have one cookbook for using my Romertopf but would like to find one that has more "everyday" kinds of ideas. Thanks so much for your chicken&rice version; I'll be trying that this week. Love your blog, both fun and inspiring.
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