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Also the same price on Amazon.

I picked one up last year when they were on sale for this price and love it.
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Was going to pull the trigger but realized it's black enamel inside - makes it hard to see fond when searing. Great deal if it's something you were looking for!
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Also, the zwilling site has the black, white, cherry, turquoise for 99 even, plus free shipping.

https://www.zwilling.com/us/staub-la-cocotte-4-qt-round-cocotte-white-1102402/40509-834-0.html?cgid=black-friday-deals#srule=price-low-to-high&sz=24&start=20


Saves a buck... Just sharing.
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Was going to pull the trigger but realized it's black enamel inside - makes it hard to see fond when searing. Great deal if it's something you were looking for!
Valid concern on the fond.

To get around that, here is what I do:. If I see my food is Browning (e.g. frying meatballs), then I know the cocotte has fond. I don't actually have to see the fond in the pan. I know it's there and when I d glaze, I use a large flat spatula.
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Valid concern on the fond.

To get around that, here is what I do:. If I see my food is Browning (e.g. frying meatballs), then I know the cocotte has fond. I don't actually have to see the fond in the pan. I know it's there and when I d glaze, I use a large flat spatula.
Great tip. I make a lot of Vietnamese carmalized pork with it too so it's crucial that I see the color on that Frown.
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Also the same on Staub's own site as well as many others
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graphite grey $149

Meh
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