Okay, I'm an idiot and I just left a Le Creuset saucepan (my favorite) on the stove with barely any liquid in it, and forgot about it until the acrid smell hit the living room. Ugh. It's all blackened inside, but I haven't really examined it yet because it's still radioactively hot. Maybe this is a stupid question, but this has never happened to me before, so I'm wondering if I should start looking for a new pot right now, or is there anything I can do to salvage this one? I know LC is great about replacing stuff but I doubt they would when it's clearly the customers' fault.