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There is an earthenware vessel called an olla; I think that's what you're taking about.
A "vessel" in this case is a hollow food container such as a pot, cup, vase, bowl, pitcher or jar, usual used for holding liquids. "Crockery" is the name given to eating and serving dishes, usually made out of earthenware (ie clay). So a "Crockery Vessel" is an earthenware pitcher.
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ollain spanish? OllaAnswer by SecretAgentMan: In English: Jar, Spitoon, Earthenware, ceramics, basin, chalice, ewer, flask, pitcher, crock, urn, vessel.
It means father, it's my last name. no it doesn't sorry its a saucerlike vessel of earthenware or metal, used by the Greeks and Romans in libations and sacrifices.
A small earthenware pot is a pipkin
Yes, earthenware is easy to find.
A vessel that travels underwater is termed a submarine.
Moroccan stews are traditionally cooked in an earthenware vessel called 'tagine", but If you don't have a tagine pot, a dutch oven or ovenproof stockpot will do just fine.
stoneware, pottery Stoneware and pottery are general categories, while an olla is specifically an earthenware crock
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