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I have put the bread in the chicken pot
I have preheated it and (this is for Bob this one) it didn't break..til now
DDD

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I have put the bread in the chicken pot
I have preheated it and (this is for Bob this one) it didn't break..til now
DDD

Are you telling us you put a cold clay baker in a HOT oven?

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Pandora wrote:
I have put the bread in the chicken pot
I have preheated it and (this is for Bob this one) it didn't break..til now
DDD


It broke? Pictures.

Pastorio
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On Sun, 17 Dec 2006 18:11:42 +0100, "Pandora"
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I have put the bread in the chicken pot
I have preheated it and (this is for Bob this one) it didn't break..til
now
DDD

Are you telling us you put a cold clay baker in a HOT oven?

Yes. I had! I was afraid it could broken because someone here (Wayne) told
me it was possible.
I have pre pre heat it over my wood stove.
I have taken some pics. I will post ASAP

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I have controlled now. It is faboulous!!!!!!! And my bread taste of chicken
DDDDDDDDD

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On Sun, 17 Dec 2006 18:11:42 +0100, "Pandora"
wrote:


I have put the bread in the chicken pot
I have preheated it and (this is for Bob this one) it didn't break..til
now
DDD

Are you telling us you put a cold clay baker in a HOT oven?

Yes. I had! I was afraid it could broken because someone here (Wayne)
told me it was possible.
I have pre pre heat it over my wood stove.
I have taken some pics. I will post ASAP

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Merry Christmas
Pandora








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Pandora wrote:
I have put the bread in the chicken pot
I have preheated it and (this is for Bob this one) it didn't break..til
now
DDD


It broke? Pictures.

Pastorio

It is wonderful. Now I have keep away the lid , it must cook other 15
minutes, I think.. The bread is WONDERFUL . I hope inside is good
I have taken a lot of pics
I will let you ASAP

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sf ha scritto nel messaggio
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On Sun, 17 Dec 2006 18:11:42 +0100, "Pandora"
wrote:


I have put the bread in the chicken pot
I have preheated it and (this is for Bob this one) it didn't break..til
now
DDD

Are you telling us you put a cold clay baker in a HOT oven?


Yes. I had!


GASP!

I was afraid it could broken because someone here (Wayne) told
me it was possible.


Standard procedure is to submerge it in water for 10-20 minutes and to
start baking a cold oven.

I have pre pre heat it over my wood stove.


Aha.... there ya go. You preheated the baker.

I have taken some pics. I will post ASAP






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On Sun, 17 Dec 2006 18:26:59 +0100, "Pandora"
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sf ha scritto nel messaggio
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On Sun, 17 Dec 2006 18:11:42 +0100, "Pandora"
wrote:


I have put the bread in the chicken pot
I have preheated it and (this is for Bob this one) it didn't break..til
now
DDD

Are you telling us you put a cold clay baker in a HOT oven?


Yes. I had!


GASP!

I was afraid it could broken because someone here (Wayne) told
me it was possible.


Standard procedure is to submerge it in water for 10-20 minutes and to
start baking a cold oven.


I don't think it is a good idea. Istructions of clay says (generally) you
must keep the *new* pot in the water for half an hour , but first you must
rub it with a clove of garlic: this will preserve your clay from breaking
and from cracks.

I have pre pre heat it over my wood stove.


Aha.... there ya go. You preheated the baker.


cheers


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I was afraid it could broken because someone here (Wayne) told
me it was possible.


Standard procedure is to submerge it in water for 10-20 minutes and to
start baking a cold oven.


I don't think it is a good idea. Istructions of clay says (generally) you
must keep the *new* pot in the water for half an hour


What isn't a good idea? My pot hasn't been new for 30 years. I
finally gave it to my daughter last year.

but first you must
rub it with a clove of garlic: this will preserve your clay from breaking
and from cracks.


Garlic will also keep vampires away.

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On Sun, 17 Dec 2006 20:34:26 +0100, "Pandora"
wrote:

sf ha scritto nel messaggio

I was afraid it could broken because someone here (Wayne) told
me it was possible.

Standard procedure is to submerge it in water for 10-20 minutes and to
start baking a cold oven.


I don't think it is a good idea. Istructions of clay says (generally) you
must keep the *new* pot in the water for half an hour


What isn't a good idea? My pot hasn't been new for 30 years. I
finally gave it to my daughter last year.


OHH1 30 years like the one I have presented to my mother DD

but first you must
rub it with a clove of garlic: this will preserve your clay from breaking
and from cracks.


Garlic will also keep vampires away.


Oh yes! Here is full of vampires (((

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