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Le Creuset ® Signature Provence 10" Skillet $100

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Normally $170, running at $100 on Crate and Barrel for most colors it looks like. Ships directly from Crate and Barrel, couldn't get store pickup.

https://www.crateandbarrel.com/le...et/s110871

And Shout Out to Minnus and ListenWhatISay -

Also on sale at Le Creuset's own website and many others: Amazon (seller - not prime eligible)

https://www.cutleryandmore.com/le...et-p128616

https://www.lecreuset.com/signatu...-10-1-4-in
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Looks like a bunch of other stores has it for $100 as well - Amazon, WS, and even the manufacturer's website.
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Made in France or China?
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Made in France or China?
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Remember use Amex. Offer to save extra $20
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Im a novice at this. Can someone pls tell me why buy this over typical lodge cast iron stuff from amazon which is like $20 for skillet
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Im a novice at this. Can someone pls tell me why buy this over typical lodge cast iron stuff from amazon which is like $20 for skillet
Supposedly says you don't need to season the skillet like you do with cast iron...sounds like a marketing gimmick tho
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Im a novice at this. Can someone pls tell me why buy this over typical lodge cast iron stuff from amazon which is like $20 for skillet
Enameled cast iron will never rust. Can be used like other pans with no special seasoning or care. It's more just the premium to be lazy with ur cast iron. Also looks prettier to most people
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Enameled cast iron will never rust. Can be used like other pans with no special seasoning or care. It's more just the premium to be lazy with ur cast iron. Also looks prettier to most people
Same cooking results?
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Is it a must on a minimalist kitchen? I am just rocking with 1 x 10" All Clad Coppercore but would like to add if it can do a variety of tasks. I do very rarely sear something but most days scrambled eggs or sautee/stir fry.
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Is it a must on a minimalist kitchen? I am just rocking with 1 x 10" All Clad Coppercore but would like to add if it can do a variety of tasks. I do very rarely sear something but most days scrambled eggs or sautee/stir fry.
Would not recommend for scrambled eggs. Eggs to me should stay on nonstick Teflon pans. You can work with cast iron for eggs but the learning curve and frustrations aren't worth it for the same results. Seering is ideal, sautee is good, stir fry isn't great but probably the best you will get without a proper wok. If you want to stir fry you will probably want the bigger size as stir fries typical need more surface area to work with.
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And some discouraging reviews on cleaning
https://www.amazon.com/Creuset-En...filter-bar
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Would not recommend for scrambled eggs. Eggs to me should stay on nonstick Teflon pans. You can work with cast iron for eggs but the learning curve and frustrations aren't worth it for the same results. Seering is ideal, sautee is good, stir fry isn't great but probably the best you will get without a proper wok. If you want to stir fry you will probably want the bigger size as stir fries typical need more surface area to work with.
I actually do use stainless steel for scrambled eggs. At the right temp, I can do almost everything with SS but yeah testing for right heat is a pain the butt.
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