vendredi, mars 26, 2010

Le Creuset

Le Creuset Tagine

P wanted to buy a pot from Le Creuset to bring home to India and I knew of a private sale going on. Sent her the link, then I decided, out of curiosity, to take a look at it myself. I ended up spending a few hundred euros in a few minutes. I just love this brand even though I have already lost 2 of their cocottes in the last 10 years due either to misuse on our part or bad manufacturing on theirs. Anyway, as you can see, I've decided to give them another chance.

Small ceramic pot

26cm Le Creuset cast iron pot for 6 (couldn't resist the colour)

21cm Ceramic pot

31cm Crèpe pan

P, I hope that you've found what you're looking for!

As for me, I need a bigger house. Where am I going to find space for all of the above?

6 commentaires:

BibouMummy a dit…

Wahoo! So you going to make lamb tajine then :)

Edith a dit…

I want I want I want!

Lucky you, at least it is cheaper there than in SIngapore.

Beau Lotus 涟 a dit…

Karena!!! I was thinking of you when I bought that tagine. You, your tagine and lamb tagine :-). You are so long life...

Edith, you're right, I think they must be cheaper than in Singapore though they are still expensive here. But I find the pots so inspiring, it'll be worth the money (or so I hope).

Sothy a dit…

I have a very old one, totally wasted, I bought it for ten Euros, at least 4 years ago, and it's still working perfectly!!

Beau Lotus 涟 a dit…

I am very unfortunate, I guess, with my pots. Each one of them costs at least 130 euros and the enamel (?) inside always gets holes after 3 to 4 years...Especially after Hub had a turn cooking in them. What can I say, he's a man of generous gestures :-)

Sothy a dit…

I like your way of eating/thinking, I've added you in my blogroll.