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After four long years

nofunlatte | Sep 11, 201803:46 PM     3

I finally indulged and got my Staub pumpkin cocotte a few weeks ago! And this past Sunday, I christened it with a red kuri squash soup, the likes of which I'll never be able to replicate exactly because it was one of those "what do I have in my refrigerator and freezer" meals.

This purchase was thoroughly unnecessary and wholly unpractical for me, as I already have a Staub soup pot (in orange, even!) But I've been coveting this for years.

So, does anyone here have any bread suggestions? I'm uncomfortable heating this up at the temperatures I use for no-knead bread, but I'm wondering if I could perhaps halve a NKB recipe and bake it longer at a lower temperature. FYI, it's the 3.75 qt model.

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