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Housewares Show Special: Plenty of Tagines

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Tagines, the conical two-piece Moroccan braising cookware, have gradually been making their way towards the mainstream American kitchen over the last few years, but they’re suddenly everywhere at the 2008 Housewares Show. Le Creuset and Emile Henry have their widely available versions in new colors, while other manufacturers are taking them in new directions: silicone tagines, stainless steel tagines, and individual tagines. The iconic shape is even being used for serving pieces that aren’t meant to be functioning braisers.

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