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Savory soups and one-pot clambakes are easy to prepare when you have this Le Creuset Enamel on Steel Stockpot. This sturdy pot is made of heavy-gauge steel that disperses heat evenly to ensure there are no hot spots, giving you consistency you can rely on meal after meal. The pot works equally well on gas, induction and electric stoves, and it heats up quickly whether you're boiling vegetables, preparing chicken stock or cooking pasta. The enamel interior coating resists sticking, so food doesn't cling when you're stirring spaghetti sauce or making a roux for gumbo. The tall sides prevent excess evaporation during the cooking process, and the pot comes with a matching lid that helps retain moisture and flavor to create more complex dishes. Two integrated side handles keep everything well balanced when you move the pot from burner to table, and the heat-resistant phenolic knob on the lid stays cool so that you can easily peek inside the pot to check on your food as it cooks.
Attractive pot with three-ring design that matches your other Le Creuset cookware
Enamel-coated steel construction heats up quickly to speed up the cooking process
Easy-to-clean inner surface doesn't retain odors or flavors
Lightweight pot is easy to lift and move even when full
Stainless steel rim helps protect the edge from chipping or cracking
Included lid with heat-resistant knob creates a tight seal to prevent the loss of moisture
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!
It is a great pot that retains heat very well. I cooked a pot of chili last night by sauteing the meat and onion in the pot to develop the brown bits for flavor and then simmer the whole thing in the pot. No burn spot. The heat was distributed evenly. I am so happy that I finally find a pot that works. And it is not too heavy.
This brand is known for being heavy-duty-pass-down through generations quality. Since the original price was mid $150, I thought these were the prefect gift for my children, and I ordered 4. What I received was just a mere shadow of the quality of my old pots, just a shadow. No iron core, just light metal, made in Thailand, not France, nothing like what I expected. Very disappointed.
This 8 qt stockpot is so beautiful in fennel green that I leave it setting out as an "ornament" as well as a cooking pan! It also cooks and cleans up easily. I'm very glad I purchased it and highly recommend!
I was excited to get the new pot, but disappointed when I took it out of the box. All the paint was scratched off part of one of the handles, right down to bare metal. I contacted cooking.com, who immediately sent a new pot and emailed me a return label. The new pot came, and you guessed it, one of the handles was scratched. I contacted them again and was provided with three options. I chose to keep the pot and they offered a partial discount returned to my bank account. The pot is still nice, but I would not say quality control is up to standards set by the brand. I was very happy with cooking.com and will definitely purchase future product here if the price is right.
The pot and lid both had a small dent in the same area. I debated about returning them, but the dent was small and I didn't want to go throught the hassle. It made me think I should have bought at a local store, since I would have checked the merchandise for dents before purchasing! The pot itself is great. Good looking, great size, performs well. I've made several pots of soup in it and am pleased. I do think it's pretty expensive.