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Post  Jeremy Ashford on Sun 24 Aug - 0:15

I agree with Ev About stove tops. I've lost Cook & Serve casseroles on the stovetop.
The heat is OK but direct contact with the source is not.
I have also lost a CL supervitrified plate under the grill.
It exploded and made a big baked bean mess.

ALL Teal pottery is vitrified, all made from the same material, all oven safe.
This information is from Keith Sandford of Teal.

Just be sensible with your use.


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Post  Karel on Sun 24 Aug - 0:30

Thanks everyone for your replies - confirmed what I had suspected. Hopefully I will have many more years of good use out if it. Going strong since 1989!!! Cheers, KarelĀ Very Happy

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