If you grew up in the 60’s and 70’s or went camping as a kid, chances are, you’re familiar with enamelware. And like so many things from that era (Gucci, anyone?), it’s hip again. It’s loved by the editors of food52, popping up all over Instagram, and being used in countless outdoor weddings.
Today, enamelware feels as appropriate in the Adirondacks as it does in a condo in Brooklyn. Why? Because it’s functional. But it’s also urban and rural; universal in the best sense.