Cooking and Baking with Terracotta Kitchenware

What is Terracotta? Terracotta is a reddish/brown colored earthenware clay that is kiln-fired at low temperatures. Iron compounds and heat intensity are responsible for terracotta’s brownish-orange color. The color of terracotta earthenware may range from earthy shades of brown to lively reds. After firing, the clay loses its water and becomes a solid, but still … Read more

Which Compostable Plates Should You Choose for Your Party?

For occasions such as brief family dinners, picnics, get-togethers, and basically any outdoor event, the best alternatives to regular ceramic or glass plates are disposable tableware. They are easy to use, practical and extremely convenient for these types of occasions. However, some of them such as paper or plastic plates are produced using materials that … Read more

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