by: 2nd Story Goods
We all remember mom's creamy casseroles—how they slid into the cold places in our stomachs on dark, winter nights. Or, when topped with that crumbly, crunchy, crust, they made the perfect Thanksgiving dish. You may not be fresh out of Le Cordon Bleu, but one thing's for sure: you know that the easiest way to make a cranky family happy is that fine-tuned casserole. And how better to display your culinary creation than in this fair trade casserole basket from Haiti? Pick up your's today.
Mr. Samuel, a master artisan residing in Gonaives, Haiti, designed these casserole baskets. He has partnered with 2nd Story Goods, a partner of Jesus' Economy, to teach 15 young men and women his trade in an impoverished village near Gonaives. These casserole baskets are one of the fruits of his partnership. See more woven treasures by Mr. Samuel in our store.
Hand woven and tied.
Ready for indoor or outdoor use.
Creates jobs in Haiti, for people from extreme poverty situations.
Part of the Jesus' Economy shopping model, benefiting developing world communities.
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