Made In continues to give home cooks new tools to use with their daily meal prep efforts, with the newest set to officially arrive on Tuesday.
In an email, the company said it will debut its new Pizza Steel on April 27, the latest addition to the company’s award-winning carbon steel collection.
The new pizza pan is said by the company to have “stellar heat retention.” It features 86 perforations that allow air to circulate through the crust, allowing pizzas to cook efficiently and evenly. Additional details, including price, were not immediately available.
Each purchase of the Pizza Steel will receive a bag of ‘00’ Pizza Flour from our friends at King Arthur Flour, while supplies last.
While best known for its cookware, Made In in recent months has expanded its assortment with the addition of several new collections that include dinnerware, glassware and cutlery.
Most recently, the company launched its French porcelain bakeware assortment.
Among the featured products is a line designed and developed with Chef Nancy Silverton. The limited-edition 3-piece bakeware set is decorated with a floral pattern designed by Los Angeles-based artist Coco Shinomiya, who is a close friend of Silverton.
Each piece of Made In’s French porcelain bakeware is born of a lineage of craftsmen that have been producing bakeware from the original proprietary recipe for more than two centuries.