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Le Creuset cooking - heat

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  • Le Creuset cooking - heat

    I have done a bit of a search about using le creuset posts and pans, but I still thought I would start a new thread.

    If you are wanting to use a Le Creuset pot (or similar) in the wfo, are you not, by default, going to be using lower temperatures?

    If so, why should there be a concern about the handles melting or cracking or whatever?

    I take it that Le Creuset are a cast iron product, and as such are ideal pots for the wfo?

    I'm looking forward to cooking a big stew, slow-style, in a cast iron pot in the wfo.!! I just want to cook it in the best pot available.

    P de D

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    Re: Le Creuset cooking - heat

    I use my Le Creuset pots in the WFO all the time, and I only use them at lower temps (below 500F). Mostly I use them the next day when the oven is around 350 or so...

    The only concern about the handles would be if you are using them in a hot oven, but I don't know why you would have the lid on in a 650-700 degree oven.

    I love them!

    Drake
    My Oven Thread:
    http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/f8/d...-oven-633.html

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      Re: Le Creuset cooking - heat

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