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Emile Henry tagine at costco $45.54 ($42.97 w/o tax)

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Costco has the 2.6 qt Emile Henry tagine online for 39.97 (45.54 including tax and shipping). This is the lowest I have ever seen it. Normally a sale price for it is around 100. Apparently, it could even be lower in the warehouse but I haven't seen it in our store.

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Ordered. Great price
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Ordered. Great price
What do you cook in a tangine aside from Moroccan tangine? Does this function like a dutch oven?
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You can make anything that needs to be cooked at low heat for a long time. Think stews..veggie or meat. It is similar to a dutch oven but better at maintaining moisture. The steam that goes up the cone cools and falls back onto the dish, essentially self-basting.
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Looked up what this thing is and don't get it why it usually sells for $100. Aside from the funky shape (which will probably take up a space), it seems overpriced earthenware to me.
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Looked up what this thing is and don't get it why it usually sells for $100. Aside from the funky shape (which will probably take up a space), it seems overpriced earthenware to me.
Description says it's made of ceramic
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It's meant to heat and sit on it. Then contemplate why it's shaped like this.
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I have the larger version of this from a slick deal many years ago.

It works really well. I've made chicken tagine (or some version of it) many times. It comes out great, it works exactly as expected. The ceramic is a very nice material, it holds heat really well. Mine is made in France.

The only downside is the awkward lid shape, it makes it hard to store. I feel like the "pointy" part is a lot taller than other tagines I've seen.

For 45 bucks this is a steal if you're in the market
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FYI if you go to the manufacturer's website it says you need a metal disk for it to work on an induction cooktop, so yeah, it's ceramic all the way through, not enameled cast iron
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You can make anything that needs to be cooked at low heat for a long time. Think stews..veggie or meat. It is similar to a dutch oven but better at maintaining moisture. The steam that goes up the cone cools and falls back onto the dish, essentially self-basting.
Buy a Staub dutch oven. Will outlast this by a few centuries.
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Buy a Staub dutch oven. Will outlast this by a few centuries.
serious? those things are $200+
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Buy a Staub dutch oven. Will outlast this by a few centuries.
I don't see it as an either/or. They serve different purposes. I have a Staub cocotte and love it. I also love tagines. They are more fragile but in compensation the flavors are amazing and you can't beat the presentation.
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How big is 2.6qt? Dimensionally and/or how many people will it serve?
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I have other ceramic item from this manufacturer, but it developed micro cracks (like I can see small bubbles while cooking and I can see liquid leak VERY small amount but still) and I don't even use it often.
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Bought one of these a week ago in store when it was $50. I might have to look at a price adjustment.
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