Oven to table black La Chamba cookware
Home grown vegetables and handmade cookware
Hand-crafted Black Clay La Chamba Cookware
Versitile all purpose cookware
This lovely La Chamba cookware had to prove itself to me. I really did not think any cookware could make such a beautiful transition from cookware to serving piece.
I started this soup on the stove top, then put it in the oven to keep warm and finally, served it in this beautiful dish. It was easy to clean up.
All-natural eco friendly, La Chamba cookware is unglazed and contains no toxins. It is a little beyond my budget, so I will have fun adding one new piece at a time.
There are smaller and larger versions of the La Chamba Medium Covered Casserole. This pot cost just over $50. It is perfect for soups and stews for my small family.
The story of La Chamba cookware is amazing. Chamba pottery has been made in the village of La Chamba on the banks of the Magdalena River of Central Colombia for as long as anyone can remember.
Beautiful black clay hand-crafted cookware made in La Chamba, Colombia. Its origins can be traced back at least 700 years to vases and pitchers found in pre-Columbian archaeological sites. I love this cookware because it can go directly from microwave, stove or oven to the table.
- The traditional Ajiaco–Colombian Chicken & Potato Stew tastes as good as it looks in the video. The video also shows the versitility and variety of this handmade clay cookware.
Ajiaco–Colombian Chicken & Potato Stew
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