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Rachael Ray Stoneware Casserround 2.75-quart Covered Baking Dish
Never sacrifice style for functionality when you have this Rachael Ray baking dish. The glossy rich red Casserround has the dramatic lines you'd expect in a sculpture, but unlike art, this stoneware is dishwasher, oven, freezer, and microwave safe.
ITEM#: 14916961Excite your dinner guests by bringing this round Rachael Ray baking dish to the table. Whether you're baking chicken or cheesy pasta, food has never looked so stylish. This piece is dishwasher, microwave, freezer safe, and oven safe to 500 degrees.
- Materials: Stoneware
- Color: Red
- Finish: Glossy
- Care instructions: Dishwasher safe
- Oven safe to 500-degrees F
- Capacity: 2.75 quarts
- Dimensions: 13 inches long x 12 inches wide x 8 inches deep
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