December 25, 2009, Newsletter Issue #198: A Marriage Of Materials

Tip of the Week

Le Creuset has combined two very efficient materials to make their cookware. With cast iron, once the pan is hot, you only need to keep the heat on a low setting to maintain a good cooking performance. In fact, sometimes the pan can be removed from the heat leaving the food to cook in its own heat. The vitreous enamel cooking surface is completely hygienic and impervious to acids and other chemicals, which is great for hygiene. This makes it perfect for holding foods that are marinating, or for storing foods (raw or cooked) in the refrigerator or freezer.

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