This Cookable Tagine hails from Nabeul, Tunisia—a region celebrated for ceramics for over 2,000 years. Made of clay, a material known to enhance food’s flavor and preserve its nutritional qualities throughout the cooking process, the exquisite earthenware dish was painted by hand at Le Souk Ceramique’s small studio without the use of machinery, decals, or stencils. This pot is ideal for cooking on the stove over low heat, and can be used to prepare a range of dishes, from traditional Moroccan stews to pumpkin pie.
Glazes and paints are food-safe. Tagine is dishwasher- and microwave-safe. Visit Le Souk for detailed cooking and care instructions as well as a selection of recipes.
Founded in 1997, Le Souk Ceramique is a small studio nestled on the Mediterranean coast of Tunisia. Employing fine artisan workmanship and old-fashioned techniques, the company crafts hand-thrown and painted ceramic tableware with a distinct North African flavor.