Saturday, February 06, 2010

New friend!



Meet my new kitchen buddy! 24 cm, 4.2 liters and bright orange. I got it from Adde Lundbergs, where it was definitely the cheapest I've seen it, and with free shipping. I placed the order on Wednesday evening and got it on Friday - highly recommended!

12 comments:

Jessika said...

And friend it is!! I have another kind of pot, of course it is french. I ordered it from hemmakocken.nu. They have free delivery too.

FoodTherapy4Me said...

Just lovely!! Congrats on the happy addition :O)

What will you make to christen the new beauty?!?!?

http://foodtherapy4me.blogspot.com/2010/01/christening-of-le-creuset.html

Anne said...

Embarrassingl, just used it to boil potatoes.. it needs a real christening, though! I'll think of something next week. Yours was definitely a great choice :)

Ellen said...

Åååh... En sån vän vill jag också ha! Långt till födelsedan, dessvärre.

Anonymous said...

I also just got a dutch oven- but I got a STAUB. THe STAUB's are WONDERFUL.
It braises REALLY well. I have made coq au vin so many times now. I love the Staub's top that self bastes.

debbie koenig said...

Ooo, pretty! I have a ginormous one and a medium one, both in blue, and they get used weekly--the smaller one even more often. Enjoy!

Goody said...

I just used mine to make a batch of lavender caramel. For candymaking, you can't really improve on the enamel surface.

Our Dutch oven is over fifteen years old and still being used almost daily. We have the smaller one as well, but the large pot is really the most used item in the kitchen.

How exciting. I hope you have wonderful fun creating dishes with it.

Anonymous said...

Jag fick pengar av arbetskamraterna när jag fyllde 40 i höstas och det gick till en Le Creuset, som jag verkligen älskar.

//Millis

Barbara said...

Well, I don't have that exact pot, but a similar one and I love it! You'll going to have such fun using it!

Colours and Textures said...

I use mine to make a casserole with sliced potatoes on top, leave it for a loooong slow cook and come home to a ready to serve all in one meal. I have an oval shallow one that is brilliant for roast veg. Have fun with yours!
Tessa

Sara said...

I know, I know. Love mine. My sister has one too, also from her wedding registry (and bascially because I told her it is a MUST HAVE). You might also keep your eyes out for Staub--it's basically the same thing (though not always enameled inside, depends on the brand). I have found a lot of great online deals for Staub here in the US; maybe Sweden will have some too.

tina said...

Åh, lyllos dig!