These ceramic Brie Bakers are hand made by local artisan, Ian Stainton. Each comes with instructions for baking brie and topping it with the Tait farm Foods Chutney of your choice, 1/4 c. of chopped nuts (if desired) and served with sliced French baguette or crackers. No two brie bakers are the same and each is uniquely beautiful. An easy, delicious appetizer all year round!
More about Ian Stainton:
Ian Stainton (1958-) was born in Kendal, England and reared in Shap, England. He received his undergraduate art degree from Carlisle College, Cumbria, England, where he met one of his important mentors Peter Liddle, who was a painting instructor at Carlisle. The year of 1974 marks his first year in the medium. He would go onto work from several studios in Europe before migrating to the United States. He is primarily a functional artist, who works in stoneware and porcelain, as well as he has experimented with primitive firing techniques. Powerful functional forms with a superbly executed glaze arsenal make him a standout artist of the Modern Studio Movement