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Le Creuset braiser or wide oven?

Posted by anarana (My Page) on
Thu, Feb 14, 13 at 10:33

Board hog today..sorry! I *must* have a Le Creuset enameled piece to add to my already pretty decent cookware collection (which does not yet include Le Creuset).

I have my eye on either the 3.5 Braiser or the 3.5 round wide oven. (I already have a Lodge 5 qt dutch oven.)

I typically cook for 2-3 people and love to saute and make things like chicken tikka masala. I want to try coq au vin.

Which one do you suggest? Whatever I get won't be my last piece, for sure, but would like to start with the biggest bang for my buck! Thanks for any advice.


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RE: Le Creuset braiser or wide oven?

Might check into the Le Creuset 'Multipot"
There is a 3 3/4qt and a 2 1/2qt

http://cookware.lecreuset.com/cookware/product_3-3/4-qt.-Multi-function-Pan_10151_-1_20002_41069_10032

the lid makes a nice 8-10" frying pan also.

Here is a link that might be useful: 2 1/2 qt two in one pan


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