Villeroy & Boch vs Emile Henry

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GB

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I am not familiar with Villeroy & Boch, but I do have a few Emile Henry pieces that I really like. They do not seem to ever get clean in the dishwasher though, but I do not think that is the fault of the cookware.
 

suzyQ3

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I have several EH pieces: a lasagna baker, two pie pans, a loaf pan, and two covered casseroles. I like their simplicity -- nice colors but no design. I've never had any problem with clean-up at all.
 

LPBeier

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I am not familiar with Villeroy & Boch, but I do have a few Emile Henry pieces that I really like. They do not seem to ever get clean in the dishwasher though, but I do not think that is the fault of the cookware.

GB, You took the words right out of my fingertips! I am not familiar with V&B either. I have collected several pieces of EH over the years (gifts and purchases) and like it very much but am always interested in trying new things.
 
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