Product Review: Fiesta Foundry

The Ranting Reviewer does not get paid or receive any revenue from manufacturers or retailers of products reviewed. I occasionally receive products that I am asked to use and see what I think. I take a look, try them out and tell you all about them.

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Fiesta, the most colorful and popular line of dishware around, has been busy creating several new products. Some of those products fall into their new Foundry line. Take a look at the skillet above. Available for the first time in April 2016, the Foundry line is not cast iron, but ceramic, just like their other serve ware.

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Every time I pick this up, I expect it to be heavy like cast iron because it is so realistic, but it is nice and light.

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Serving in this skillet shaped dish really helps make the dish more appealing. It just seems better. Don’t believe me? Let’s test it out.

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Breakfast skillet served in a white bowl. Tasty? Sure. Does it look appealing? Kind of.

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How about now? Oh yeah. Now that looks like some tasty breakfast.

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My Take: Just as the expression “the clothes make the man” has validity, the dish makes the meal does as well. The new Foundry collection from Fiesta will elevate your table to a whole new level. The Fiesta Foundry Collection will be available in beginning April 2016 at department stores, at various online locations and www.fiestafactorydirect.com. The initial collection will be available in:

  • Skillet/Baker
  • Pizza/Baking Tray 12″
  • Rectangular Baker 9×13”
  • Square Baker 9×9”
  • Individual Oval Baker
  • Loaf Pan
  • Bread Tray
  • Ramekin 8oz
  • Jumbo Bowl 18oz

Take a look and if you don’t find it just yet, check back soon because you can be the first on your block to have it on your table.

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