Large 21cm rectangular stoneware oven dish £2.99 at Argos. Free C&C
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Large 21cm rectangular stoneware oven dish £2.99 at Argos. Free C&C

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Found 11th Aug 2017
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Any reviews? I'm tempted, but often find these cheap deals aren't great quality.
intime35 m ago

Any reviews? I'm tempted, but often find these cheap deals aren't great …Any reviews? I'm tempted, but often find these cheap deals aren't great quality.


12 reviews on the argos website
Edited by: "Aj7393" 11th Aug 2017
Aj739343 m ago

12 reviews on the argos website


Thanks, so I checked these reviews and three out of nine complain it cracked or broke with a couple of weeks
> three out of nine complain it cracked or broke with a couple of weeks


Crikey over a year then a substantial percentage will possibly fail, causing a splodgy mess/burns?! Bad form not simply withdrawing them?
intime21 h, 41 m ago

Thanks, so I checked these reviews and three out of nine complain it …Thanks, so I checked these reviews and three out of nine complain it cracked or broke with a couple of weeks



This may be the reason for that

Q: Should I preheat my oven before baking with Stoneware? A: Yes. However do not preheat empty Stoneware in the oven, because this may cause the Stoneware to crack or break.


Q: Does thermal shock apply to microwave cooking? Can I microwave dense, frozen foods in my Stoneware? A: Thermal shock occurs due to extreme temperature changes, and this applies to both microwave and oven cooking. Even in a microwave environment, thermal shock could occur if heating a dense, frozen piece of food (such as pork tenderloin). Although it may not happen with the first use, repeated use in this manner can compromise the structure of the Stone, eventually leading to breakage

C + P from the pampered chef websight
Edited by: "barmpot" 12th Aug 2017
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