Pots in the Kitchen traces the development of handmade pots used for cooking in Britain from the beginning of the 20th century. Clay pots from Morocco, South America, Spain, and India, casseroles, baking dishes, together with many humble pots such as cutlery drainers, colanders, and lemon squeezers are all celebrated in this book as never before. With special features illustrating potters at work, this book shows how leading makers create their unique handmade pots in step-by-step sequences. Practical guidance is given on how to cook with handmade pottery and, for potters, there is essential information about clay bodies and firing pots.
Condition: Dust-jacket: Good; Corners bumped, Interior pages are crisp and clean with a good tight binding.