Bakers, Bowls, and Pie Pans from Fiesta

Yesterday we gave you a quick video snapshot of the rainbow of beautiful colors from Fiesta. We love Fiesta's classic durability and made-in-America history. So we couldn't resist showing you a few more photos. Here's their newest product: a return to the classic set of three-sized mixing bowls.

More below, including an up-close look at our favorite color and other new products.

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• We love the turquoise blue, especially those ball salt and pepper shakers and the cream and sugar set. And yes, that is an egg plate.

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• The three-piece baking bowls were released in March, and they have a great heft and weight. Three-piece sets of bowls like these are one of our kitchen basics; they are on any list for new cooks and bakers. They are very multi-purpose - cooking, baking, serving, storage. Pretty ones like these can go straight to the table.

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• They are re-releasing one vintage color each year until their 75th anniversary in 2011. This Marigold yellow is this year's retro color.

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• Another highlight for us: pie plates and square bakers in classic Fiesta stoneware. These are very well-priced, especially when compared to fancy French versions. As always they are made and shipped from Newell, West Virginia.

The Homer Laughlin China Company and Fiesta Dinnerware

(Images: Faith Hopler)

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Faith is the executive editor of The Kitchn and the author of three cookbooks. They include Bakeless Sweets (Spring 2013) as well as The Kitchn's first cookbook, which will be published in Fall 2014. She lives in Columbus, Ohio with her husband Mike.