Regularly, I receive emails asking me if the Le Creuset Dutch Ovens are really worth what they cost. I’m always happy to answer these emails, and often find that people misspell the word. After awhile, I became curious, so I looked up the statistics in Google for what terms people use when they search for this product – the most common is the correct spelling of Le Creuset – but Le Crueset and Le Cruset also get typed into Google very frequently.
But you know what? It doesn’t matter how you spell it – the company makes a great product. Yes, they are undeniably expensive. But when you’re purchasing quality cookware, you hope it’s going to last a lifetime. Made since 1925, these dutch ovens get passed down from generation to generation. The cast iron provides superb heat retention and distribution, perfect for braising and slow cooking. The enamel is hard-wearing and non-reactive, so you can cook damn near anything in this thing, from rice, a whole chicken, stew, soup or even cakes and bread. I have two Le Crueset Duis tch Ovens (a
a round 5.5-qt. Dutch Oven and an oval 9-1/2-Quart Oval Dutch Oven.
Every once in a great while, anyone who likes to cook deserves to splurge. Consider purchasing a Le Creuset for your next splurge – for yourself or as a gift. You won’t be sorry. Cllck Here to see all of Le Creuset’s newest colors and products with Cooking.com’s Biggest Savings.