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SurLaTable.com has 5-Quart Staub Tall Cocotte (various colors) on sale for $139.96. Shipping is free. Thanks daisybeetle

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SurLaTable.com [surlatable.com] has 5-Quart Staub Tall Cocotte (4 colors) for $139.96. Shipping is free.
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So why is this worth the price?
The name. It's made in france. Same reason why le creuset is so expensive. I don't own either.
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My wife has a Le Creuset and it's excellent. One thing I do notice about this one that seems better is that hers has a plastic knob on the top and when she sticks it in the oven she always puts tinfoil over the knob. This knob looks to be stainless.
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So why is this worth the price?
Made in France by skilled technicians. Highest quality multi layered enamel that is warrantied. Vessel and Lid engineered for a tight fit. The high quality enamel is most important part. Because after all, cast iron is cast iron. It's the enamel that sets them apart.

Compare that to Chinese Dutch ovens where enamel easily chips. And they're are made in factories lacking quality oversight.

Lodge is the best of all Chinese brands sensitive has quality standards and overseas the products in the Chinese factories.

Edit:. The 7QT, even on clearance from Zwilling site, is a better deal than this deal.
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Good price for top-notch quality, easily comparable to Le Creuset. Some claim it's superior, but if there are differences, they're mostly academic.
Pros of Staub:
  • Comes with high-temp oven safe stainless-steel lid knob. You have to buy that separately from Le Creuset.
  • Lid has lots of little cone-shaped bumps that are supposed to funnel evaporated juices more efficiently back down on top of food for braising. Don't know if it make much difference in practice, but it sounds nice.
Pros of Le Creuset:
  • Light off-white enamel coating on the inside makes it easier to judge doneness when browning are caramelize than Staub's black coating.
I've had my Staub Dutch Oven for over a decade and I use it more than any other piece of cookware, almost daily. So I can attest to the quality. Next time I'll probably go with Le Creuset, but it will likely be another decade or more before I need to.
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Made in France by skilled technicians. Highest quality multi layered enamel that is warrantied. Vessel and Lid engineered for a tight fit. The high quality enamel is most important part. Because after all, cast iron is cast iron. It's the enamel that sets them apart.

Compare that to Chinese Dutch ovens where enamel easily chips. And they're are made in factories lacking quality oversight.

Lodge is the best of all Chinese brands sensitive has quality standards and overseas the products in the Chinese factories.

Edit:. The 7QT, even on clearance from Zwilling site, is a better deal than this deal.
Link fpr 7qt deal ?
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Made in France by skilled technicians. Highest quality multi layered enamel that is warrantied. Vessel and Lid engineered for a tight fit. The high quality enamel is most important part. Because after all, cast iron is cast iron. It's the enamel that sets them apart.

Compare that to Chinese Dutch ovens where enamel easily chips. And they're are made in factories lacking quality oversight.

Lodge is the best of all Chinese brands sensitive has quality standards and overseas the products in the Chinese factories.

Edit:. The 7QT, even on clearance from Zwilling site, is a better deal than this deal.
Lodge is an American brand, but I like that you call it for what it is, Chinese, because what made the brand has been outsourced decades ago.
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But that's the thing, Le Creuset is not only made in France but it has a quality reputation.This, it's made in France, but no one knows about it. It's just overpriced.
You have no idea what you are talking about if you think Staub isn't just expensive because its made in france.

It's equal in quality to Le Creuset - these are the 2 most prized mainstream brands of cast iron. Just because you don't know their reputation doesn't mean others don't.
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My question as well---seems outrageously overpriced for a piece of cast iron.
Staub and Le Creuset are generational kitchen equipment. They are in different leagues. That saying if use use these once a month or so, they may not be worth the investment. My family fought over grandmas 50 year old Le Creuset pieces.
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Lodge is an American brand, but I like that you call it for what it is, Chinese, because what made the brand has been outsourced decades ago.
Lodge cast iron is made in USA. Enameling is done in China.
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Lodge cast iron is made in USA. Enameling is done in China.
Thank you for clarifying that within the scope of this post, Lodge is Chinese since they do not make Enameled cookware outside China.
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So you're going to personally insult me because I know Le Creusent and not Staub? Most people know Le Creusent, few know Staub. It might be a good brand, but pricing is partially dictated through recognition and Staub is not a recognized brand.
Not true at all. Staub is equally as popular as LC if not more. Staub is used in most professional kitchens. Further, nobodys personally insulting you because you don't know them. You made an assertion that everybody doesn't know them. Which is blatantly untrue. You cant use your experiences to generalize everyone elses.
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Is a 5qt adequate for baking bread? Thanks in advance.
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must resist. Not my favorite blue color (excuse to not buy)
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