22 June 2008


The once a year big sale is on again. The Le Creuset is having a promotion of 50% off for certain products. Immediately I took this opportunity to go down to Takashimaya to shop for a dutch oven which I had set eyes on for a long time, as the prices for these branded products are hefty on normal days.

The dutch oven is a 24" wide burgundy-wine color round cast-iron pot. It is a good bargain with a price-tag of S$299.

Le Creuset has been the mainstay of French chefs since 1925. The skilled craftsmen at le Creuset had prefected enameled cast iron cookwares. The products are coated with the highest quality vitreous enamel and distributes heat more evenly.

The many good points about the oven is that it retains heat longer, which keeps food hot when serving, and ensure moisture and flavours are sealed in by the heavy, tight fitting lid. The enamel cast iron cookware can be used on the stovetop, in the oven and under the grill. The product is synonymous with style and are known for its bright colour which is a timeless classic. It is stylish enough to be taken straight from the kitchen to the table where its wide choice of colours coordinate with almost any home decor.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for dropping by my humble blog. You are a very successful mom who can bring up 4 kids with good results. I wish I can learn from you.

    Beautiful pot. I too have been eyeing it but the prices are so expensive. Must wait for big sales. *wink*

    BTW, your blog is great. Very informative. I will drop by often.