I am a fan of Lock & Lock products. I recently received three Zen&Lock ceramic containers from the company. My pattern, Esly, is one. The pattern is a beautiful blend of blue hydrangeas and butterflies. I used the Zen&Lock Esly, Rectangular Ceramic Container this morning for a gluten free Quiche Lorraine. I was only cooking for my husband and myself so this particular piece of cookware was perfect for me. If we had any leftovers (must admit the quiche came out perfect and my husband finished off the last piece) I could have easily stored in the refrigerator for a late night snack using the perfectly designed four snap lid that comes with the product. The majority of Lock & Lock's products are airtight and watertight so I never have to worry about spills or smells. The products are also microwave and dishwasher safe for ease of use. However, this morning I just hand-washed it in a few minutes. There was absolutely nothing stuck to the pan. How many times have you been able to say that about any bakeware? For those of you who might be interested in the recipe, here goes: 5 eggs beaten with small amount of cream or milk, season with salt and pepper and a pinch of parsley 4 strips of bacon, cooked till crisp (keep a little of the bacon grease) and broken into pieces 1/2 onion, thinly sliced and sauteed in leftover bacon grease 1/4 cup shredded swiss cheese 2 tablespoons grated parmesan cheese In your container layer the sauteed onions, followed by the swiss cheese, bacon pieces, and then the egg mixture. Top the quiche with a sprinkle of parmesan cheese. Place pan in a larger dish and add hot water up to halfway. (Basically you are making your own Bain-Marie to gently cook the eggs to perfection). Bake in a pre-heated 350?F oven for 15-20 minutes, or until quiche is set. Let cool for about 5 minutes and then enjoy. I served this simple dish with a compote of fresh fruit.