10 INCHES WIDE
7 INCHES TALL
5 INCHES TO TOP OF POT NOT INCLUDING LID
VINTAGE BULGAR TROYAN HEAVEN Originally, the color was applied via a bull's horn! Feathers would be employed to further enhance the design. Made in the ceramic capital of Bulgaria, Troyan, this decorative style is known internationally as the 'classic Bulgarian pottery'. It's magical imagery has been compared to peacocks and butterflies. Hand formed by men from red clay local to their work-shops, each piece of pottery is hand decorated by a woman with her own recognizable and unique style.
TECHNIQUE FOR COOKING IN A GYUVECH
This centuries old technique of cooking allowed for a savory and healthy meal to be ready after a long day of working.
Cooking in this vessel is a very simple process:
Fill with lots of vegetables
add meat if so desired, generally it is best to sear meat prior
add a handful of herbs
add a little liquid (choose from stock, wine, juice or a combination)
be sure to fill the casserole from half to three quarters full
put in the middle of the oven at 350 degrees
several hours later depending on the the amount of ingredients used you will have a delicious one pot meal