I love color when it comes to bakeware, cookware, servingware, and other kitchen items.
Unfortunately, I never got around to picking one color. Or a theme. Or a scheme. I've got so many different colors in my kitchen, it's ridiculous.
Fortunately, if someone offers me a new piece of cookware or bakeware or gadgetware, I know it will fit in well with the rest of the random rainbow.
And if I ever need something to match or contrast with something else, I probably have it.
So when Emile Henry offered me a piece of their new Natural Chic Brick items, I didn't even think twice about what color Brick might be. I figured it wasn't blue.
But it really didn't matter. If it was blue or green or purple or yellow, it would fit into my kitchen.
They sent this really nice pie pan:
Brick is actually a very pretty red. Not cherry and not maroon. It's a rich, dark (but not too dark) red. I thought it was a perfect color for pie, matching well the the golden-brown color of a perfect pic crust.
But it's not just for pie plates - there are a large number of other items in this color, including mugs, bowls, ramekins, and plates. Lots and lots of stuff.
Go, check it out. It's a pretty color. And if red's not your thing, there are other Natural Chic colors as well. I'm just going to sit here and eat another slice of pie.
Who's it for: People who like this color, and who like Emile Henry products.
Pros: Emile Henry makes quality products.
Cons: Quality can be more expensive than the bargain-basement pans.
Wishes: Nothing, really. I've used the pan several times, and it's really nice.
Source: I received this from the manufacturer for the purpose of a review.