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Le Crueset Casserole dishes anyone?

Posted by LivvysMom (My Page) on
Tue, May 24, 05 at 9:31

I just cracked my $65 Emile Henry 10x13 casserole on my granite countertops (that hurts!). I really loved the way way food stayed hot in it and it cleaned up really well.

However, I was consider replacing it with Le Crueset pottery casserole because I can get a whole matching set. Any pros or cons to these baking dishes? Are they worth the money.

I notice that Corning now makes some 9x13 baking dishes in pretty colors. All the corningware casseroles I have require hours of soaking and scrubbing to get clean though. And my clear Pyrex never look clean.

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RE: Le Crueset Casserole dishes anyone?

I have a 9x13 le creuset ceramic lasagne dish that I like as well as my Emile Henry. Thats my 2 cents!


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