Invite these supermodels to your next dinner party. Each piece is handcrafted from individual blocks of natural, non-toxic soapstone in Brazil where this method of cooking has been used for centuries. Cooking with stone is a sustainable way to reduce energy consumption. Its thickness and density retains heat twice as long as conventional metal cookware thereby reducing cooking time. The shiny copper handles and hardware contrast beautifully with the matte stone for a look that's equal portions modern, rustic and elegant.
|Dimensions||Grill: 12" diameter x .75"H
Saute Pan: 1.5"H x 9" diameter
Lidded Pot: 3”H x 6” diameter, 0.8L capacity
Rectangle Grill: 12"L x 8"W x 1"H
|Eco Info||Soapstone is a great choice for natural stone home goods because it is one of the most eco-friendly to harvest. The in small quarries where soapstone is gathered there is no cutting into mountains or digging to extreme depths that harm the earth. Additionally, soapstone is naturally bacteria resistant, so no harsh chemicals are used in its fabrication and it can be cleaned with natural harmless products. Soapstone continues to be eco-friendly after harvest as well; it naturally maintains its temperature, hot or cold, requiring less energy during baking and serving.|
|Please Note||Because items are made from naturally sourced, genuine stone, color, texture, grain, size and shape will vary slightly from product shown. Multiple products of the same color will likely not posses exact or uniform color.|
Cure Before Initial Use
Before curing, wash with a sponge or brush in hot water only, and allow to dry thoroughly. To begin curing, amply grease all surfaces of your soapstone cookware with your choice of cooking oil. Use care in handling the oiled pieces. Set it in a warm location for 24 hours, until the oil is absorbed and the stone becomes almost dry.
Before curing, wash with a sponge or brush in hot water only, and allow to dry thoroughly. To begin curing, amply grease all surfaces of your soapstone pan, grill or lid, with your choice of cooking oil. Use care in handling the oiled pieces. Set in a warm location for 24 hours, until the oil is absorbed and the stone becomes almost dry.