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Enameled Cast Iron

Which 5 (or 8, or 10) Pieces of Cookware?

by Iluvcooking 5 months ago

If you had the opportunity to start your collection all over again, knowing what you know now, what 5 pieces would yo...

Angelus2013

Angelus2013 commented 4 days ago

Scratched Le Creuset need opinions or advice

by Tina1981 6 years ago

Hey all!! I have a 5-1/2 qt round oven and noticed last week after roasting a chicken in it that there were weird...

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Kynnie commented 4 days ago

Your preferred pan for stews, chillis & soups?

by CHSeifert 10 days ago

I have read different opinions and still am not quite sure what I think is the best option for my stews, chilli’s and...

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gooster commented 8 days ago

Bakeware

by penrichardson 18 days ago

What is everyone's preference in bakeware for items such as casseroles, lasagna, and roasting veggies/potatoes in the...

drrayeye

drrayeye commented 17 days ago

The cookware small talk thread

by damiano 6 months ago

Just a little experiment here. I have noticed that there are sometimes interesting but unrelated side discussions wit...

Libranflight

Libranflight commented 1 month ago

Vermicular pots

by bloodboy 1 month ago

Does anyone have any experience with these Japanese made enameled cast iron pots? https://shop.vermicular.com/en/ind...

drrayeye

drrayeye commented 1 month ago

Any other Le Creuset Fanatics out there?

by ThriftedTreasure 3 years ago

Hi, this is my first ever post! I am a keen Le Creuset Collector (vintage and new) and love seeing other people's col...

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ohlala9 commented 1 month ago

Mystery Le Creuset Cast Iron Set

by Asteria214 2 months ago

Recently my mom happened upon an estate sale where a woman was selling various cookware sets. She lucked up on a 6 pi...

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BigG commented 2 months ago

Enameled Cast Iron- Staub, Lodge or Le Creuset?

by Vetter 10 years ago

I want a big dutch oven that I can use for years and years in a cheery color. I don't want to settle for a cheaper pr...

drrayeye

drrayeye commented 2 months ago

High Heat w/ Cast Iron Enamel

by BwinCA 3 months ago

Hi, Manufacturers of cast iron enamel cookware recommend that you don't use anything higher than medium heat, or e...

JustCharlie

JustCharlie commented 3 months ago

Seasoning Enameled Cast Iron

by philly888 8 years ago

I just bought my first piece of enameled cast iron, a Le Creuset 5.5 QT Round French Oven. Now, I know both Le Creuse...

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seefoo commented 3 months ago

Who bakes bread in a saucier?

by Hiracer 3 months ago

Well, as I of tonight, I do. I have the hobby of milling older grains like Kamut, spelt, emmer, rye, farro, etc., ...

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OaklandGal commented 3 months ago

If you could only use cookware of one design philosophy, what would it be?

by Iluvcooking 4 months ago

It seems that within almost every post the same sub-discussions always happen: "Don't bother with X, Y is better....

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mrswhit commented 3 months ago

Hazan’s Ragu (Bolognese)—What cookware?

by Iluvcooking 4 months ago

She recommends using earthenware, ECI, or heavy bottomed pots. I don’t own any stove-safe earthenware. I could ha...

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Iluvcooking commented 4 months ago

What Piece of Cookware Do You Use for Risotto?

by Iluvcooking 4 months ago

So, it has been proven time and again that you can make Risotto in almost anything from an aluminum skillet to an EC...

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Iluvcooking commented 4 months ago

No Knead Bread Vessels

by Libranflight 8 months ago

Like many, I got an ECI dutch oven because of the "no-knead bread" craze. I then heard why EH may or may not be bett...

MacGuffin

MacGuffin commented 4 months ago

Dutch oven gift help

by nararabbit 4 months ago

I currently work for a kitchen company and am leaving soon to go to school full time. I want to wrap up any last minu...

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Hiracer commented 4 months ago

If Money Was No Object, What Cookware Would You Buy?

by Iluvcooking 5 months ago

Taking off on Kaleo's recent post "if you only had $1,000 what would you buy" post, what if you had unlimited funds? ...

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Iluvcooking commented 4 months ago

Why I chose Staub over Le Creuset as a new cook

by dborlando 6 months ago

At 50, I finally got the courage to learn how to cook, and the initial experience has been both daunting and rewardin...

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seefoo commented 4 months ago