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Reviews (4.7 out of 5 Grommets)

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Love this!

10/18/2014 by Jody

Made my first loaf last night. Love it!


Perfect Way to Make Bread

4/17/2014 by lynn

I LOVE my bread bowl. Not only is the esthetically bowl pleasing (perfect with my décor) but I can make delicious bread. I have been making a variety of breads and my family couldn't be happier!!!


Love it!

4/12/2014 by Cathy

Got this for my hubby who makes no-knead bread & he loves it. He previously used cast iron pots & the lids always caused flat tops b/c they weren't tall enough. Bread comes out very easily. Haven't used it for any other cooking yet.


Great for gluten free breads, too

2/21/2014 by Anna

My husband went gluten free recently and has a really tough time finding breads that taste good. So I had bought this hoping it would help and it did! The crust was crunchy and the inside was soft and springy. Actually made the bread very close to a regular wheat bread. He's thrilled. Next I'm going to try a gluten free irish soda bread in it.


Love it!

12/3/2013 by carol

Bread came out just as I hoped - nice and moist - and no sticking to the pan. Haven't used it for meat/stews yet but am expecting good results. It's like a Big Green Egg for inside.


Love the Bread Dome!

11/22/2013 by Mary Jane

I just used my new "Bread Dome" this morning! I love it! Performed exactly as advertised! Can't wait to experiment with it further.


As good as advertised

11/21/2013 by Sheryll

I am extremely pleased with this product! Bread crust was outstanding. Remove the olives from the recipe listed, add two T. of olive oil or water, and you get a tasty rosemary bread!


five stars!

11/18/2013 by Janice

I love this pot, and a baked chicken tastes better than any chicken you have ever tasted. However, the baked chicken recipe says to put the raw chicken in the pot that has been heated to 500 degrees. When I did, the pot cracked - a network of small cracks on the bottom and one up the side. So I will not be heating the pot first anymore. I hope the pot doesn't break the next time I use it, but if it does, I will buy another one - I love it too much not to have one! Next - baking my own bread!! I may need two - my grandson now wants "Mammom's chicken" almost every night!!!



11/18/2013 by Pamela

I absolutely love it..... and so does everyone eating at my house!!


Wonderful product

11/18/2013 by G Allen

We purchased the Sassafras Bread Dome with much hesitation. After just one use my wife, who has baked bread for sixty years, will no longer do it unless it is in the dome. Not only does she exclaim about the beauty of the loaves but she, and everyone else including myself, loves the taste. She uses the simple recipe that was included with the dome and it makes the best tasting bread ever. She (we) love it.

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The Sassafras Story

Brick Oven Results.

Brick Oven Results

Making homemade bread is not nearly as difficult as you may think. In fact, with Sassafras’ Superstone bakers, you can cook breads, pies, pizzas, and meats that taste like they were made in a brick oven.

Founders Nancy and Steven Schwab’s love affair with brick oven baking started with the Etruscans. After learning about that civilization’s ceramic cookware, the Schwabs developed Superstone—unglazed ceramic that mimics a brick oven effect. The surface creates a dry, even heat that circulates around your food.

The Sassafras Bread Dome holds heat like a traditional Dutch oven, and the sloped
walls make it ideal for “no-knead” bread baking, which uses just a handful of ingredients and about five minutes of active prep time. A vent in the dome’s lid releases steam to help yield the perfect loaf—soft and yummy on the inside, surrounded by a crackly crust.

Any Sassafras covered baker is good for breads, stews and more. Since the bottoms of the Superstone bakers are glazed, they won't absorb juices. That makes for roasting juicy chickens and meats. And their pie dish creates flaky crusts as well as crispy deep dish pizzas.

You don’t need a brick oven. You just need the ancient culinary wisdom baked into Superstone.
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