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Le Creuset Signature Cast Iron Round Casserole, 34 cm, Cerise
- Easy-grip, 45 percent larger handles distribute weight more evenly
- Long-lasting exterior enamel that resists chipping and cracking
- An enhanced tight-fitting lid
- A stylish, heat-resistant stainless steel knob
- Can be used on all types of hob
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Le Creuset is a premium French cookware manufacturer known for its colorfully-enameled cast-iron cookware.The company also makes many other types of cookware and bakeware, from fondue-sets to tagines. Established in 1925, Le Creuset has been making world-class cookware for almost 100 years. It is used by one of the leading chefs and keen cooks around the globe, Le Creuset cookware offers outstanding performance time after time.
Cast Iron's exceptional heat retention allows for slow cooking, locking in flavor and keeping foods moist and tender. The new Signature features, which include easy-grip, 45% larger handles, enhanced tight-fitting lid, toughened, easy-to-clean enamel interior, and a stylish, heat resistant stainless steel knob, combine the best of the kitchen classic with the latest innovations in comfort and functionality.
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I have used the pot several times making stews, soups, and the like and have enjoyed every minute. I can cook two whole chickens side by side plus three breasts (pictured above) or make enough soup to put several quarts back in the freezer for another day. And yes I can tell the difference with what I cook in my le creuset vs my early 90’s calphalon professional. Boiling pasta? Boiling potatoes? Cooking rice? still use my calphalon stock pots, but when it come to wanting flavors to meld there is nothing better than le creuset.