A product no family can be without, Mason Cash's Original Cane Batter Bowl is a lifesaver in the kitchen. Constructed from sturdy stoneware, yet still light enough to be easily maneuvered, this cane color mixing bowl features the famous and timeless Mason Cash ergonomic design. The raised pattern allows cooks to easily and securely grasp the bowl, whether their hands are wet or dry. Bowl is large enough to whip up cupcake or pancake batter and the convenient pour spout makes it simple to transfer the mixture to a pan with no mess or drips. Batter bowl is perfect for pancakes and cake mixes, this is a great addition to a busy mom or new bride's kitchen.10.5" x 7.75" (2qts).
About Mason Cash
The English pottery that eventually became Mason Cash originates in the early nineteenth century in Church Gresley, a village in Derbyshire. The name 'Mason' comes from a Master Potter, "Bossy" Mason who was running the pottery at the time it was acquired by Tom Cash in 1901.
Glazed stoneware is the ultimate material for mixing bowls. An efficient mixing bowl needs to be heavy to counter the tendency to move during manual mixing. The traditional Mason Cash raised pattern helps to make the bowl appear less heavy than it actually is, and its subtle relief enhances the bowl's timeless elegance. The Mason And Cash bowls have substance, so they don't slide about as you mix, are sturdy and retain warmth better than steel or glass. The mixing bowls can be used in the oven and microwave, and are safe in the freezer and dishwasher.
Cooking icons like Julia Child and Martha Stewart have regularly used Mason Cash mixing bowls and pudding basins. Even the Queen of England and British household rely on Mason Cash pudding basins and pudding bowls for Christmas pudding gifts—a venerated English tradition (see recipe for a traditional Christmas pudding).
Mason Cash bowl sets represent a return to fundamentals: kitchen essentials crafted with pride, and meant to last a lifetime. The mixing bowls raised outside pattern hasn’t changed in more than 100 years. Simplicity of design gives Mason Cash bowls and pudding basins a timeless beauty that is as at home in an upscale dining room as it is in a country kitchen.