96 Eclectic Cookware and Bakeware
Whether you're an iron chef in the kitchen or someone who could burn water, finding the right size and style of cookware can be intimidating. There are so many different brands — ranging from cheap big-box store sets to expensive Le Creuset — and so many specialty items to consider. For a newborn chef, pots, pans and skillets might be all you need, while more experienced cooks might be looking for that just-right soufflé dish, roasting pan, dutch oven or wok. As you survey your choices and decide what's worth it, and what isn't, be sure to consider how often you cook and bake and what you really need. Here are some tips to help you restock your eclectic kitchen supplies. More
Snowflake Cookie Cutters
I like adding something a little kitschy to any party — something that will spark conversation and get people smiling. And come on, who wouldn't like candy-cane-shaped doughnuts?
Candy Cane Doughnut Pan
A great set from the French masters of enameled cast iron. We love Le Creuset and use it more than anything else in our kitchen. This is a good choice of items for a smaller kitchen or family, we tend to use the larger pieces again and again, plenty of leftovers...
Houzz Contributor Jonathan Baker says "Who knew straining pasta could be so stylish? And this beautiful colander doesn't just come in lime green, but is available in a myriad of colors (red, baby blue, yellow) that will look just as good on display as they do in action. (Might we suggest using it...
Don't want to make a permanent commitment to honeycomb in your decor? Instead, enjoy a delicious honeycomb-shaped cake with this Nordic Ware cake mold from Williams-Sonoma. Yum!
The possibilities are endless with this heart-shaped cast iron pan. Mini cakes, brownies, muffins or even cornbread can now add the perfect touch to your Valentine's Day meal.
What a great invention — a s'more roasting kit that melts everything together! A must-have along with the fire pit.
S’more Party Kit
I crave pumpkin desserts all the month of October (and let's face it, way beyond that). These would be perfect for individual pumpkin cakes or breads.
Pumpkin Patch Pan
Skull molds (made of silicone) for cupcakes are really fun for a party. Brains made of frosting would be hilarious.
Nomskulls Cupcake Mold
I've seen quite a few impressive cakes made from this skull mold. The teeth have great detail, and just imagine the faces people would make when you slice into this one.
The bigger the better! When you are serving a group or just want to be sure there’s leftovers aplenty—the big top merriment and country-fair colors of our Piccadilly Large Au Gratin Dish should be your top pick. Made of majolica and hand-painted by our master artisans, Piccadilly delights with a...
What’s a Bowlderole? A better question might be, what isn’t a Bowlderole? Nothing if not versatile, the Piccadilly Lidded Bowlderole has even more uses contained within than energetic hand-painted patterns splashed across its bulbous majolica body. Plant possibility by filling with soil and tulips,...
Farmhouse is a new adaptation of our classic Taylor dinnerware. These delightful pieces are designed to go directly from oven to table. Each Farmhouse Loaf Pan is a bake-in serving dish guaranteed to bring warmth and sparkle to any meal. We have definitely put an end to the days of the boring...
Bubbling over with MacKenzie-Childs style, our Flower Market Enamel 2 Quart Tea Kettle will have you finding new reasons to put the kettle on to boil. The heavy-gauge steel underbody is glazed with lush garden hues, hand decorated with fanciful botanical decals, and rimmed in bronzed stainless...
Unattractive bakeware unfit for serving making you squawk with dismay? Meet our Piccadilly Chicken Casserole, and put the prettiest hens in the farmyard to work for you, with perfect oven-to-table transitions. Sometimes two heads are indeed better than one, as the handles of this generous, lidded...
Apple Pie Plate
This is about as ridiculously whimsical as tableware can get. It's a conversation piece and a winner at everything, including Scrabble.
Bubbling over with MacKenzie-Childs style, our fabulous Flower Market Enamel Tea Kettles—now available in a 3-quart capacity—will have you finding new reasons to put the kettle on to boil. The heavy-gauge steel underbody is glazed with lush garden hues, hand decorated with fanciful botanical...
This gem-hued server opens to reveal terracotta's telltale orange color as well as your culinary creation.
'Les Cuivres de Faucogney' vintage French copper sauce pans with riveted iron handles...Made in France. They are in good vintage condition free of damage, dents, or dings. As found condition and have not been washed or polished, the largest does have tarnish and marks on the bottom.
Who doesn’t love the cozy charm of an old-fashioned teapot. This chubby charmer crafted of clay and hand-painted with our iconic, bold Courtly Check® pattern is tops on the wish list for many a bride and groom. Whether it’s tea for one or a whole cast of characters, this teapot’s as cozy as...
I love this with all of my heart and soul. It's just a big ol' soup pot, but it makes my chili makin' hand start to twitch a little.
Soup Pot, Large
The beautiful Peruvian bowls with their geometric hand painted patterns are made by Amazonian tribes. The craft of making these bowls have been handed down from yesteryear.
I recently got this bad boy to replace an older — er, broken — tagine. The color is gorgeous in person, and it's the perfect time of year to start a slow-cooked lamb.
My husband loves to make chicken. He has so many chicken recipes and, of course, the kids love it when dad makes chicken. This would be a fun gadget for him to try out.
Large Chicken Brick
I can't ever hear the words "whoopie pie" and not think of Bob Eubanks and The Newlywed Game. Dang, I'm old. But back to baking. This is a fall-themed whoopie pie pan. Hee hee, "whoopie."
Harvest Whoopie Pie
Think outside the box for jewelry storage. For example, this stoneware muffin pan could also double as an accessories divider in your dresser drawers.
I love that this cheery yellow rooster is not merely a novelty item that looks cute in the kitchen; it's a culinary-grade ceramic roasting dish that delivers super juicy chicken. I have one, and my chicken has never been better. It will accommodate an extra large bird, and when it's not in use, it...
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