2010 HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE – Fiesta Bakeware

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Homer Laughlin China

I hadn’t heard of Fiesta Bakeware until approached to include them in my holiday gift guide. I received the 2 piece Prep Baking Bowl Set in Marigold, the Fiests 75th anniversary color. What immediately struck me when I opened the box was how vivid the color was, and how close it was to the color shown n the website. Fiesta makes just about every type of bakeware imaginable and they’re all available in gorgeous, bold colors. I’ve used the bowls and fund them to be as sturdy as they look, and they washed very well. I’m so glad I was introduced to Fiesta and got these bowls, they’re so much prettier than the old, scratched plastic bowls I was using. What’s great about the bowls is that they are dishwasher, oven, and microwave safe! They’re made in the USA from fully vitrified lead-free china with a color glaze. They’d make a great gift for anyone who enjoys baking or just wants a nice looking kitchen.

Fiesta Marigold Baking Prep Set

The set retails for $39.99 and contains

  • One 1 1/8 Quart Bowl – 6 1/4 Inch Diameter
  • One 2 Quart Bowl – 7 3/8 Inch Diameter

What’s cool is that a new color is added to the line each year! Check out the 2 piece Prep Baking Bowl Set, the Marigold anniversary pieces and the entire product line at www.homerlaughlin.com.

The product(s) featured in this review was provided free of cost to me for the sole purpose of product testing and review. This review has not been monetarily compensated and is based on the views and opinions of my family and/or self. Please note that the opinions reflected in this post have not been influenced by the sponsor in any way.

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pat. November 1, 2010 - 6:20 am

The original fiesta bowls of half a century back were taken off the market because of radioactive concerns.

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