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Le Creuset Factory to Table Sale: Cookware, Bakeware, Kitchen Tools EXPIRED

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Le Creuset is hosting their Le Creuset Factory to Table Sale (Cookware, Bakeware, Kitchen Tools & More) w/ many Up to 50% off listed. Shipping is $9.99, otherwise, free shipping on orders $99 or more. Thanks FunnyNYC

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Good find, but a lot of oos items. The Mickey mouse Dutch oven is still in stock 😂
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Nothing I need but take a thumbs up OP, good find.
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Just gave my girl a Dutch Oven this morning, but she'll like this one way more.

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$8 for a ramekin? 👎
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shipping kills it on some smaller things too bad
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A lot of their stuff is made in China nowadays. Difficult to justify the premium price tag anymore. That being said, even the Chinese stuff is pretty nice if you can get a good deal. That being said pt. 2, most of this stuff is not that attractive.
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Thanks for posting op.

What is a good price for a cast iron skillet? And what are some brands I should be looking at?
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Just gave my girl a Dutch Oven this morning, but she'll like this one way more.

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Hahaha 🤣
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50% off is still double to triple what you can pay for "fine" quality cast iron. My one LC pan, is excellent, but rarely used compared to others in my somewhat extensive collection, costing 1/10th their retail, and 1/5th these sale prices.
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Thanks for posting op.

What is a good price for a cast iron skillet? And what are some brands I should be looking at?
You can get a nice Lodge cast iron 12" skillet for roughly $20. Last week it was on sale for $15 with a $5 GC to somewhere I forget.

Comparatively, the Le Creuset 12" Signature cast iron is $205. If you can afford to spend 10x the price on Le Creuset, by all means!
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Thanks for posting op.

What is a good price for a cast iron skillet? And what are some brands I should be looking at?
It depends on size, style, and surface. Enamelled starts around double plain or pre-seasoned (don't believe it). Best deals are pre-holidays, or closeouts after them. Dutch ovens are more than pans. Classic brands like LC, Staub, Griswold are more. You can start a collection with a small Lodge, pre-seasoned for around $10-$15. I only have a couple of Lodge that get rare use these days. But they are a solid place to start.
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Thanks for posting op.

What is a good price for a cast iron skillet? And what are some brands I should be looking at?
You have the differentiate between cast iron and enameled cast iron because the price and usage are VASTLY different. For enameled cast iron, the two most famous names are Le Creuset and Staub, both French. They are quite expensive but will literally last a lifetime if treated properly (no high heat, no metal utensils), and you can pass them to your children. As for price, I see LC has their 10" skillet for $100, which is a good price for it.

That said, if you don't use them often, you may want to consider something like Lodge, which is much cheaper at less than $50 on Amazon. Depending on how you use it, it could last a long time, or you could see the enamel chipping in a few years.

People value LC and Staub for their performance, looks, and longevity/durability. If the latter two are not as important to you, and the prices aren't justifiable, go with Lodge. Also check around to see if there's an LC outlet near you or a discount store like TJ Maxx that sells cookware (Tuesday Morning, a place around here, always has Staub on sale). I've seen LC at TJ Maxx and Marshall's on occasion, and a new place that opened up, Home Sense, has Staub as well.
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Perfect timing, I needed a new escargot tray
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