Crazy Korean Cooking Premium Korean Stone Pot
This traditional earthenware bowl (or ddukbaegi) is incredibly multifunctional, used in Korean cooking for simmering stews or making dolsot bibimbap, a popular sizzling rice dish. Safe for stovetop, microwave and oven use, the cookware is made from fine, porous clay that retains heat well but doesn't absorb soaps, chemicals or any off-flavors—plus, it doesn't require seasoning before first use. Korean stoneware has such excellent heat retention that the bowl is actually meant to double as a serving dish, since it keeps food warm as you're eating. A matching lid and heat-insulating trivet with handles make for easy transport to the table, while the double-fired glaze looks sleek and elegant.
Set Includes: Ceramic bowl, ceramic lid, heatproof plastic trivet Weight: 3.8 pounds Volume: 44 fluid ounces Materials: Ceramic stoneware, plastic Place of Origin: South Korea
Use: Stovetop- and oven-safe Care: Dishwasher-safe; hand-washing recommended. Do not abruptly change temperatures.
Moosse Korean Cast Iron BBQ Grill Pan
This cast-iron Korean-made grill pan’s concave shape comes from a Korean cooking practice of inverting the domed lids of rice pots and using them for cooking: Drippings and liquids would collect in the center well, allowing the meat to sear properly. And once the fat and flavorful juices have pooled into the center, you can use it to lightly fry aromatics, vegetables, kimchi and more. This grill pan is lighter than other similar models, but still retains and distributes heat well—making it perfect for sliced meats and vegetables, tofu and mushrooms. And its hand-poured enamel coating makes it easy to clean and doesn’t require seasoning, so you can get cooking even faster.