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"A decent launching point if you want to see modern and traditional tagines in one place."
"Cooking tagines and ceramic tablewares with good customer reviews."
"Offers a whole lot more than just cooking tagines and serving tagines."
"Both cooking and serving tagines can be found at this Florida-based store."
"Find glazed ceramic tagines from Rabat and Tangiers, as well as ceramics and more."
"Sells both serving and cooking tagines, as well as tea service items, and more."
"Perfectly designed for slow-cooked Moroccan stews."
"Manufactured to withstand higher heat than traditional clay and ceramic tagines."
Le Creuset Tagines
Constructed of cast iron with a glossy enamel coating, Le Creuset tagines appear to be high-quality pieces of cookware perfectly designed for slow-cooked Moroccan stews. They're safe on all types of heat surfaces – lower heat settings are always best – and can be used in the oven as well.
Emile Henry Tagines
These sleek, modern tagines have the traditional shallow base and conical lid, but they're manufactured to withstand higher heat than traditional clay and ceramic tagines. If you're not glued to owning a clay or ceramic tagine imported from Morocco, these will enable you to cook a terrific Moroccan stew and look beautiful in your kitchen as well.