3 1/2 Qt. Bain Marie Pot
Other Available Sizes:
3 1/4 Qt. Bain Marie Cover
Customer questions about this product
- What is the difference between a bain marie pot and an inset pot?
- We have found that many of our customers use the two names interchangeably. The tapered insets, as we call them, are more common and will sit higher in an adapter plate than a straight sided bain marie pot. Both serve the same purpose.
This bain marie is made of
18/8 stainless steel and
features a mirror polish
finish exterior and satin
finish interior. It can be
taken them from kitchen to
the serving line. This bain
marie has a 3 1/2 qt.
capacity, 6 5/16" inside
diameter, 7 1/16" inside
depth and .6mm thickness.
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Overall User Rating: 3 1/2 Qt. Bain Marie Pot ( 5.0 stars from 2 reviews )
These metal pots are great. I use them as knife and spatula holder for my prep tables. The serve a multitude of purposes so you can't go wrong with them. Not to mention the cheap price!
Maureen B. from One Dish Cuisine Posted on 04/26/2014
I know this is a real pot, but I intend for it to be a toy. My kids are getting a KidCraft wooden kitchen, and I wanted some pots and pans for them to use. After being disappointed with the "toy" sets, I opted for small, real pots and pans. This will be perfect. It is safe for them (food grade) and was considerably cheaper than the toy version. Wow!
Barbara L. Posted on 11/29/2012
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