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equineluvr | Aug 13, 2017 05:45 PM

I am the proud owner of a Staub coquette, which I love! I particularly like the quality, including that of the finish, which I believe is superior to LC (enameled rim, etc. ). However, now that I am ready to expand my ECI cookware to include a saute pan I want to take a walk on the "wild side" (beige/white interior) so that I can see the fond better.

I don't have to have Le Creuset but will settle for it (I want a self-basting lid with spikes or dimples, which LC doesn't offer) if I must. Finding what I want has proven difficult. The closest would be the Staub Elite line, which was an exclusive for QVC several years ago, now discontinued. (Ebay has some "Elite" Dutch ovens listed but no saute pans. )

There are some "off brand" ECI brands, but if they have dimples they don't come in a saute pan. Or vice versa.

After Googling "everywhere" -- or so it seems -- I have finally given up trying to ID this saute pan.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xyo0H...

It has everything I want: dimples in self-basting lid, beige interior, and "helping" handle. I have written that YouTuber requesting info, but no response.

Can someone ID this for me?

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