Metro Mama & Metro Baby

By Kim Taylor

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La Chamba Clay Cookware takes you full circle back to what your ancestors knew: the simple, eco-friendly pleasure of cooking with clay. With even heat distribution and retention to keep food moist, you’ll savor a delectable authenticity in your home spun culinary masterpieces.

La Chamba is all-natural pottery that has been created by Colombian artisans for generations, and each piece is crafted with local clay, and burnished with smooth stones. No glazes are used, and pieces are fired in small, wood-burning ovens. This line is extremely flexible too – it will travel from oven to microwave to stovetop without problem.

Toque Blanche imports this distinctive line, which can be found at http://www.MyToque.com in 40 different styles of cookware, serving ware and dinnerware, and in various sizes, too. Treat yourself to a touch of warmth of Colombia to your table this winter!

Originally published January 2011

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