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Cookware

Excellent Cast Iron Dutch Oven Deal

niki rothman | Mar 30, 200709:00 AM    

QVC.COM (also on TV) is featuring a special on a really beautiful 5 quart dutch oven for $45. It's very attractive with vegetables matching the pot's color sculpted into the lid. It looks just like Le Creuset in other respects, and is individually sand-cast. If you feel Le Creuset is too expensive and have been thinking about maybe getting a Staub dutch oven which is also reasonably priced, this pot on QVC does not have a problem that I see yet never notice any one mentioning - the Staub has an almost 90 degree angle where the bottom of the pot meets the side. This is going to mean when you stir something thick it's going to be annoying trying to get the all food out of that corner. The (Technique brand) dutch oven on QVC has a perfectly normal bottom curve. Colors: red, flame, kiwi, and maize yellow.

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