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Choose this Le Creuset 8-qt. Enamel-on-Steel Stockpot to make large batches of vegetable soup, clam chowder and chili, or bring it out to make supersized pots of chicken and dumplings or enough pasta to feed a small army. Carbon-steel construction promotes thermal conduction throughout your food, so dishes are always evenly cooked, and the thick bottom of the stockpot discourages scorching and hot spots for optimal results with every use. The pot's tall sides reduce evaporation during cooking, and its domed lid encourages self-basting and locks in moisture, heat and nutrients for moist, flavorful food. We love the size of this stockpot because it's big enough to make double batches of your favorite comfort foods, so you have plenty left over to freeze for later. The stockpot's enameled exterior is resistant to scratches and scuffs, so it can withstand day-to-day use without losing its beauty or sacrificing performance. The enamel on the interior won't react with foods, including acidic foods such as tomato sauce, so you can use it for most recipes.
Best Used For:
Turn to this Le Creuset stockpot to boil ears of corn straight out of the garden or steam lobster and other shellfish. We also like it for making large batches of stock that will serve as the base for many different soups and sauces.
Carbon-steel construction for superior thermal conductivity
Enameled exterior for strength and resilience
Domed lid encourages self-basting
8-quart capacity for making big batches
Interior is enameled to prevent absorption of odor
Who would ever think there would be so much to selecting a good stock pot? This one is an excellent choice though, and special kudos to cooking.com. First, the pot itself is perfect for soups and stocks. I make a lentil and barley soup the first time I used it, and given the make up of the soup, anything short of perfect heat distribution would have resulted in burning or staining of the interior finish. None of this happened. The soup was perfect, and the pot cleaned up quickly and easily. As to cooking.com, they had this pot on sale during the Christmas season. It was out of stock, and when it had come back in, it was back to regular price, even though a customer service person had said it would still be at the sale price. To keep it short, when I brought this up, cooking.com honored the sale price. That is sizzling customer service. Great product, great retail company, great service. What more can you ask?
This is my first really nice, (read expensive) stock pot. I have had cheap ones over the years, always saying next time...well I spent more and it was worth it! The quality is there, no chips or cracks, and it is a beautuful pot. This is also a nice heavy pot that does everything you'd expect. I have made 3 batches of soup since I got it and am ready for more!