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Old 17.01.2021, 11:40
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Re: Dutch oven - casserole dish

I have a Kuhn Rikon. They no longer make them and I got it from my mother. It has many features a Staub pots have has well. The indented lid, the bumps, and the black color - but I think mine is non coated. A good pot will will last forever and a bit more. Is regularly in use and could not be w/o it. But I have no of this new fancy electric slow cooker. You can make super delicious crispy bread in these cast iron pots.

The Staub pots has a feature which seems to be a bit forgotten. If you use it in the oven you can poor water on the lid. The tasty evaporations will condense even better on the lid and drip back on your roast.

If you are lucky you might find one in a Brocante/Brocki.
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