le Creuset

adamr

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who has the best prices and range on Le Creuset pots. looking at getting at 26cm round and a 29cm oval
 

HumanShield

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Yuppie Chef or the Le Creuset store online. You can use your ebucks too if you're with FNB
 

adamr

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Um le creuset they have stores and online
I know about the online stores and their stores but pricing seems pretty much all the same everywhere and just wondered if there is a place with better pricing
 

cerebus

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just called them now 20% on everything but on the 27th June ... so will wait till then
It's so worthwhile to get Le Creuset stuff. I got a 26cm frying pan a few months back on sale here and it's simply the best thing I own in the kitchen.
 

IssiAmd

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What's the advantage of investing this brand?
I've looked at their stuff a few times but find it quite expensive
 

bromster

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I'm looking at these pots in the pictures here... Doesn't the food get stuck on?

And it's the frying pan slippery enough to fry an egg without sticking?
 

cerebus

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What's the advantage of investing this brand?
I've looked at their stuff a few times but find it quite expensive
Obviously because you're paying for the quality. It is expensive, but then you'll have it for life, more or less. And it does such a good job with the thermal control, and the ceramic surface of my Dutch oven doesn't wear out after prolonged use.
 

abudabi

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I'm looking at these pots in the pictures here... Doesn't the food get stuck on?

And it's the frying pan slippery enough to fry an egg without sticking?

Yeah I'm looking at getting a nice non-stick frying pan too.. this the go-to brand?
 

satanboy

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What's the advantage of investing this brand?
I've looked at their stuff a few times but find it quite expensive
A Ferrari is slightly more expensive than a Mercedes. Does the same job, right?
 

IssiAmd

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Obviously because you're paying for the quality. It is expensive, but then you'll have it for life, more or less. And it does such a good job with the thermal control, and the ceramic surface of my Dutch oven doesn't wear out after prolonged use.
Cool might just get something from there and see how it holds up.
How long have you been using it?
 

cerebus

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I'm looking at these pots in the pictures here... Doesn't the food get stuck on?
Not if you don't burn the food.

And it's the frying pan slippery enough to fry an egg without sticking?
Sure.

Cool might just get something from there and see how it holds up.
How long have you been using it?
I guess the Dutch oven is 2 years old. The frying pan is 4-5 months but it's like new and it's my daily driver.
 
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