Made in the United Kingdom.
Modeled after traditional 17th century copper cookware, a full-size pudding pot for creating sweet and savory steamed puddings. Handmade in the Shropshire countryside from 1.7mm heavy duy spun and polished copper with a pure tin lining.
Four indentations are cut into the top rim to ensure the string used to retain parchment paper (used to cover to the pudding when placed in a boiling pan) remains in place.
Tin lining may discolor with time and if copper starts to show through the tin lining, your pan may need to be re-tinned at some point during its lifetime. A green patina may develop on copper surface with time. This is perfectly fine for the exterior not touching the food, but to remove this, the pan can be polished using a copper cleaner and soft cloth.
When cooking on an induction or other powerful stovetop, heat pan slowly from a low setting before selecting high or full power. Use a burner the same size as the pan base as small burners can warp big pans. Never drop a pan into cold water as this can buckle the pan.
For further information on care and use, please refer to instruction manual included within.
7"Dia x 4.25"H
After use, soak pan in soapy water to loosen any stuck food. Wipe clean with a soft sponge and hand dry. Do not use abrasive detergents or scourer. Do not use in dishwasher. Copper is a soft material that can be scratched if dragged across a rough or unclean surface. Avoid over heating to more than 450 degrees Fahrenheit as the tin lining can melt and distort the pot. Do not soak or place hot pan directly under cold water. Use wooden or silicone utensils and avoid metal spoons and whisks against tin lining.