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Spring’s new “Chalet” range opens up the
world of international flavours

The striking new range of ceramic cooking utensils from the well-known Swiss company, Spring, features harmonious shapes and uncomplicated designs produced in highest quality, traditional materials. They add elegance and timeless beauty to your table. Chalet is a versatile and varied range of mainly oven-to-table cookware offered in trend colours matt black, red and cream. The range includes casseroles, baking dishes, moulds and tajines.

Made of temperature-resistant ceramics (-40 °C to +300 °C), the Spring Chalet range has outstanding heat retention, so that food stays warm longer. The utensils can be put into a hot oven straight from the freezer. They’re also microwave safe in case you want to heat up food in a microwave. And after the meal, you simply pop them into the dishwasher without worrying about colours fading or surfaces being damaged. A special production process makes all surfaces extra hard and robust, so that you can use metal spatulas and even knives with no risk of scratching the surface. Strengthened rims guard against chipping. All products have been carefully designed to stack easily for space-saving storage when they’re not in use.

The Spring Chalet ceramic range will encourage you to cook interesting and delicious international specialities – from French quiches to Moroccan tajines. Also included are perfect dishes for classic potato gratins, for ragouts and for delicious desserts like crème brûlée. Owning a tajine, a type of cooking pot originally used by nomads in Morocco, means that you can cook food gently so that nutrients are retained, vegetables stay crunchy and flavours develop a special richness and intensity.

Detailed information about the entire Spring Chalet ceramics range at www.spring.ch


Source: BAGO DIWA