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Tool Crock - Black by Progressive™

Tool Pottery Crock - Black by Progressive™

Keep your kitchen tools together and organized with this Tool Crock in Black by Progressive™. This 7 1/4" tall and elegant high gloss ceramic item keeps all essential tools and gadgets within reach on the counter. It is a must-have kitchen accessory that displays beautifully, adds convenience, and will be a great addition to your kitchen decor. Use this tool crock beyond storage and organization. Its 6 1/2" diameter also works great as a lovely flower vase wine bucket. Simply fill with ice, chill your favorite bottle and cheer the night away with your guests at your next gathering. Features: • High gloss ceramic - pottery•  Keeps all essential tools and gadgets within reach on the counter.


Butter Bell® Crock in White

Butter Bell® Crock in White

Through the study of traditional and historical butter storage methods and hours of product development, L. Tremain, Inc. has created a line of butter pottery crocks that are a tribute to the original French butter pottery crock or "beurrier" (pronounced bur-e-ay). Made from durable stoneware or dolomite clays, the Butter Bell® crocks will safely keep butter fresh and spreadable without refrigeration , odors or spoilage. These practical kitchen containers are completely safe, meeting FDA food safety regulatory standards for lead and cadmium. Makes a lovely countertop accessory in any kitchen.  The unique design keeps butter at the perfect "spreading" consistency by reflecting outside heat while insulating and cooling.

TopDawg Pet Supply Ceramic Crock Dish Blue 9.5

Pottery Crock Dog Bowls

TopDawg Pet Supply Ceramic Crock Dish Blue 9.5
Heavy weighted Crock dishes eliminates movement and spillage. High gloss and attractive finish.


Candle Warmer Crocks - Mulberry Embossed

This pottery candle warmer is designed to warm and melt scented candles releasing the candles fragrance into the room and throughout the home.

Kalorik 3.5qt Red Slow Cooker - SC 32553

Enjoy healthy, home-cooked meals even with a busy schedule thanks to this easy-to-use oval-shaped slow cooker. Beautiful metallic red. With its generous 3.5-quart capacity, the unit works great for cooking up soups, casseroles, pot roasts, curries, and more. Simply add ingredients to the unit's stoneware pottery crock, insert it in the cooker, and turn the temperature-control dial from off to keep warm, low, or high. The slow cooker's see-through glass lid, with a stainless-steel rim and stay-cool knob, traps in heat and moisture and allows for checking on food at a glance. For added versatility, the removable pottery crock doubles as a serving dish and can go in the refrigerator to store leftovers or into the dishwasher, along with the lid, for quick cleanup. Integrated stay-cool handles provide safe transport.

Mediterranean Clay Pot Cooking


Cooking/Regional & Ethnic/Mediterranean Before she even knew what they were used for and long before the Los Angeles Times named her "America's queen of Mediterranean cooking" Paula Wolfert started to collect clay pottery cooking pots. After decades of picking up pottery crocks and companion recipes wherever she traveled, Wolfert now owns ceramic vessels in all shapes and sizes cazuelas, tagines, bean pots, Romertopf baking dishes, French diables, ordinary casseroles, even standard Crock-pots (which have a ceramic liner). It just makes sense. For thousands of years, earthenware has been the preferred cooking method for many Mediterranean dishes. In Mediterranean Clay Pot Cooking, She shares recipes as vibrant as the Mediterranean itself, along with the delightful stories behind the earthy pots, irresistible dishes, and outstanding cooks she has met along the way.

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