Rarebits are ovoid dishes that are usually made of porcelain or china and are oven safe. These can be used to bake and serve dishes like shepherd’s/cottage pies, macaroni and cheese, mashed potatoes, and many other sides as well. Au gratin dishes are used to bake foods such that they have a crusty top layer. These dishes come in various shapes and sizes to suit your baking needs and are high-walled to contain spillage. Trivets and underliners are placed between a hot dish and the table to protect it from heat. Although traditional trivets are made of metal and stand on three “legs”, they can also be found in ceramic, fabric, and cork variants. Fry pan servers are oven-safe serving dishes that are usually made of glazed china. Much like rarebits, these can be used to bake and warm up dishes in the oven and serve them hot to guests. They derive their name from their shape, which resembles a frying pan.