A colander is the most disobedient pot in the pantry. It has no intention of holding anything liquid and wilfully floods the floor if you try to make it. Colanders transcend kitchen drama and are able to simply let things pass through them without reacting like a pottery Buddha or a broken bucket. While other pots cling to containment the humble colander is content to observe without grasping, happy to let the cooked carrot water wash away the sins of the stove top without judgement. Detach yourself from the vegetable wees and open your artichoke heart to the universe. Ram Shanky Booya.
Stoneware 1300 degrees Celsius. May spark and explode in a microwave because it's full of iron bearing rocks. May bully other crockery if left unsupervised in a cupboard environment. Handwash. Made from New Zealand. Stamped STEER like the brand on a colt's arse.