Aiming to reestablish a classic culinary contrivance, the Kobenstyle Casserole is meticulously crafted for both cooking and serving.
In the 1950s, Kobenstyle was very popular, and you'd be hard pressed to find a household that didn't own at least one item from their collection of cookware. Of course, that was before IKEA came along and flooded the market with a slew of inexpensive designer kitchen accessories. Nevertheless, Kobenstyle is mounting a comeback.
Available in a vibrant shade of red, this beautiful piece of cooking craftsmanship has an exquisite handle design that's not only durable, but also easy to grasp. And if you're worried about damaging your table because the bottom of the pot is too hot, simply remove and invert the lid to make an ingenious little trivet to protect the surface.
If you haven't already inherited one from your grandmother, now's the time to get on the Kobenstyle band wagon and pick up a Kobenstyle Casserole.
The Kobenstyle Casserole is Cooking it Old School
Wes Walcott — September 28, 2012 — Art & Design
References: momastore.org & gizmodo