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Thank You QVC,. Re: Le Creuset. :-). :-)

The inventory is back and it's beautiful!!!

 

I've been waiting and waiting. Very Happy.  

 

Those who have this line,. What are your  two most recent have pieces?

 

I'm interested in 2 pieces- help with deciding would be greatly appreciated.

 

Dutch oven,. Round or oval and a good size, though noting to large.

 

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The 2 in 1 with grill lid. Or the brasserie with regular lid

 

Thanks

 

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Re: Thank You QVC,. Re: Le Creuset. :-). :-)

🎄If you live near a Marshall's the shelves were overflowing with all new le creuset pieces. I would imagine the HomeGoods and TJMaxx's are too. Worth checking out -

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Re: Thank You QVC,. Re: Le Creuset. :-). :-)


@LoveMyBaby wrote:

🎄If you live near a Marshall's the shelves were overflowing with all new le creuset pieces. I would imagine the HomeGoods and TJMaxx's are too. Worth checking out -


These may be factory seconds so check to see what warranty they have. They also have seconds at outlet mall locations.

 

 

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Re: Thank You QVC,. Re: Le Creuset. :-). :-)


@skittle wrote:

The inventory is back and it's beautiful!!!

 

I've been waiting and waiting. Very Happy.  

 

Those who have this line,. What are your  two most recent have pieces?

 

I'm interested in 2 pieces- help with deciding would be greatly appreciated.

 

Dutch oven,. Round or oval and a good size, though noting to large.

 

Also

 

The 2 in 1 with grill lid. Or the brasserie with regular lid

 

Thanks

 


My most used pices are my 4.5qt Oval Dutch Oven and 3.5 qt braiser. I have a 2 in 1 with a grill lid but don’t use it as much as I would if it a regular lid. It works good if want to use it as a lid but is a good 2 piece option for using both pieces. The TSV today is a good one. I have way more than I need but ordered one anywayto gift for Christmas. 

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Re: Thank You QVC,. Re: Le Creuset. :-). :-)


@Ilovetea wrote:

@skittle wrote:

The inventory is back and it's beautiful!!!

 

I've been waiting and waiting. Very Happy.  

 

Those who have this line,. What are your  two most recent have pieces?

 

I'm interested in 2 pieces- help with deciding would be greatly appreciated.

 

Dutch oven,. Round or oval and a good size, though noting to large.

 

Also

 

The 2 in 1 with grill lid. Or the brasserie with regular lid

 

Thanks

 


My most used pices are my 4.5qt Oval Dutch Oven and 3.5 qt braiser. I have a 2 in 1 with a grill lid but don’t use it as much as I would if it a regular lid. It works good if want to use it as a lid but is a good 2 piece option for using both pieces. The TSV today is a good one. I have way more than I need but ordered one anywayto gift for Christmas. 

 

 


I have never used any of this cook ware. Is this piece a good place to start?

 Just my husband and myself. Thank you!

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Re: Thank You QVC,. Re: Le Creuset. :-). :-)

I love the Caribbean color but those pieces are too heavy for me.

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@Kachina624 wrote:

I love the Caribbean color but those pieces are too heavy for me.


Agreed. I still have quite a bit of heavy cookware but as I get older it is more difficult to use the heavier pieces.

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Re: Thank You QVC,. Re: Le Creuset. :-). :-)

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I can't justify paying $200 for a small dutch oven---but then I wouldn't pay that much for handbags or shoes either. Just too heavy and  made in France is not a thing for me. But yahoo for others!!!

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Re: Thank You QVC,. Re: Le Creuset. :-). :-)

I couldn't possibly lift those pieces comfortably.  Le Creuset is way too heavy for me.  If you haven't lifted it you should go somewhere locally and pick it up before ordering it.

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Re: Thank You QVC,. Re: Le Creuset. :-). :-)

About five or six years ago I bought a 5 quart STAUB Dutch oven on QVC as TSV. MADE IN FRANCE, too. Check out that line. Mine makes wonderful and moist roasts. Enameled cast iron, just like Le Creuset.