Made of sturdy materials that can withstand high temperatures and heavy use. Suitable for baking all kinds of pies, quiches, and tarts.
Pie plates have been used for centuries to make pies, and they have gone through quite an evolution. The first known pie plate was made in 1831 by a man named John L. Young, who was a silversmith in Boston, Massachusetts. The pie plate is an essential part of the pie-making process. It is a circular metal pan that is used to cook the bottom crust and form the shape of the pie. By the 12th century CE, pies were a commonplace dish in England, but they were still often seen as a way to keep meat fresh for longer periods of time. By the middle of the 16th century, a pie crust would be called a coffin, which — despite sounding funerary — means “basket.”
Great for making apple pies, custard pies, and quiches. Good heat conductor.
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