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WS Le Creuset Cassoulet Set $119.99!

blondelle | Jan 2, 201105:48 AM     10

This was reduced from $200. The bowls are worth about $80+ considering what LC sells there other ones for. Such is the reasoning of a cookware junkie...LOL! That leaves the 4.5 qt. pot at less than $30, but what do you do with it? I have other LC I can use for a crust. Very little bottom area on this. It's cute, but anyone want to enable or dis enable?

What would you do with this strangely shaped pot? Would soup work? But then I have the standard ovens. Any ideas? I think it should go down more in price as no one else knows what to do with it either :-).

http://www.williams-sonoma.com/produc...

They also have the d5 LTD2 3 qt. saute pan with domed lid and handle mit for $89.99, and a 2.5 qt. doufue (can never spell this darn thing) for about $95 or $99. Why would you need better braising on something that small? Guess no one else knew either as it's marked down.

Have fun my fellow cookware junkies :-).

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