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Old 08-11-2016, 07:40 AM   #31
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Dang... why didn't I see this until now?

A 4 quart pot is a good size. My Le Creuset dutch oven is 7.25 and is huge. It's a lot of pot for one, or even two people.
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Old 08-11-2016, 08:35 PM   #32
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Finally figured out the photo stuff!! woo hoo she ain't dead yet!!

so here are my KitchenAid Dutch Ovens...

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and the Remy Olivier Grill pan - the heavy lid also has the grill grooves -

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Old 08-11-2016, 09:48 PM   #33
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Dang... why didn't I see this until now?

A 4 quart pot is a good size. My Le Creuset dutch oven is 7.25 and is huge. It's a lot of pot for one, or even two people.
Which is why I now have two. Got the larger one first... then the second one when it came on sale as I realized it better suited my needs.

But now I'm wanting a braiser, wider and shallower. I don't need one, I just want one.. They actually are perfect for making risotto.
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Old 08-12-2016, 01:48 AM   #34
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Yeah, I saw that when I first signed on tonight and was going to report it. Then it just disappeared like magic! Thank you.
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Old 08-12-2016, 04:12 AM   #35
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...But now I'm wanting a braiser, wider and shallower. I don't need one, I just want one.. They actually are perfect for making risotto.
I hear ya, dragnlaw! Sometimes I look around my kitchen and wonder when I'm opening up my kitchenware store, then I realize it's all just mine!

I did buy one of those Staub's when Andy first posted the thread. I have a Le Creuset and a Lodge, so how much more different could the Staub be from the Le Creuset? (The Lodge is their Chinese version and NOT the same quality, although functional.) Oh My! Had I met Staub before I had my Le Creuset, I probably would have several by now. To me, they just look and feel so much nicer. Not. Going. To. Buy. More. ~~~ Must. Resist.
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Old 08-12-2016, 07:57 AM   #36
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Yeah, I saw that when I first signed on tonight and was going to report it. Then it just disappeared like magic! Thank you.
I had clicked on the link and I also clicked on the "translate" to english - which it did amazingly well and fast. It was just a regular catalog for plastic storage containers - I thought it a little strange for a thread talking about DO's. But still didn't know what language it was.
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Old 08-12-2016, 08:08 AM   #37
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Not. Going. To. Buy. More. ~~~ Must. Resist.
CG, I need to make that my Mantra!

Going for lunch with Taxlady today - and then to the Asian market nearby... and I just know I will be coming home with more gadgets that I will convince myself I can't cook without. Not to mention more food than a single person can possibly eat.
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