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New braiser - what is the KING ?

CHSeifert | Oct 15, 201709:51 PM     47

I already own the Staub 28cm Christea Nike sauter/braiser, and while it's an okay pan for braising, I feel like I would like to get the best there is.

While Staub ECI cast iron has nice heat retention, the even heat distribution is rather mediocre is my feeling.
Therefore I'm considering a new 28cm braiser pan/pot and would like to hear what you would consider the KING among braisers ?

I will mainly use it for braising, perhaps once in a while a one pot dish, but I have so many other fine pans for this from Mauviel and Demeyere.

What I consider buying right now is this braiser from Demeyere:

Demeyere Pawson 28cm low pot, 4,8 liter/5 QT, 14,5 cm tall, 7 PLY with copper in the middle.

Is there anything you can recommend over this ?

Cheers, Claus

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