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Seattle Times food writer Nancy Leson serves up the best info and tips on Northwest food, cooking, dining and restaurants. There are a lot of people who turn to names like Emeril Lagasse and Rachael Ray when they're looking to buy pots and pans. That set of Costco pots is similar to the one I bought a dozen or so years ago at the Bon Marche.
But when it comes to outfitting my "batterie," I'm not above rummaging around at thrift shops and yard sales.
Like Jonathan and me, Seattle's acclaimed pastamaker Justin Neidermeyer is also an accomplished kitchen junker who recently showed me his favorite bargain-priced "gets": a 50-cent knife and two beloved enameled cast iron Dutch ovens (he calls them "Big Blue and Baby Blue") now in regular use in his kitchen at Spinasse. It's also my biggest pot, and I use it for everything from braising osso bucco to making a big batch of minestrone to baking double-loaves of no-knead bread.
Yet given the price (extravagant) and heft (they weigh a ton), Le Creuset is definitely not for everyone. In his article today, McGee discussed what he describes as the "straightforward job" of pots and pans: "to deliver heat from the burner or oven to the food, and release the food to us neatly and cleanly when we want it." Who among us hasn't cursed the pancakes that stick to our griddles, the eggs that don't go over so "easy" in our saute pan or the rice that remains glued to the bottom of a pot -- even after we've soaked it overnight? Ten years ago I traded Swedish steel for French copper -- that is, I sold my old Volvo and bought a bunch of Mauviel copper -- and haven't looked back. I use my 20 year old Le Creuset dutch ovens twice a week & my Lodge cast iron skillets (just like my Grandmas) every day.
My Le Creuset, for sure - don't know how anybody cooks without one - for chili, clam chowder, braised chicken.

The 12" Lodge cast iron skillet in my kitchen is used for practically everything, including roast chicken in the oven!
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Not even roommates who lacked cooking savvy could damage those still lovely pots and pans; I second Arnel's statement regarding heat distribution, too. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. Although for a while I've had my envious eyes on a collection of Le Creuset similar to yours, Nancy. As for that saute pan -- a version of the very one seen in restaurant kitchens across the land? I can leave this batterie to someone in my will; that old Volvo has probably gone off to the scrap heap long ago. I keep a couple of nonstick skillets around--all clad or calphalon or costco's house brand, whatever is cheapest. I also have a few cast iron pans--a 6" for blintz crepes and a 10" 'chicken fryer' for whatever I throw at it--stir fries up until the time I got my 14" carbon steel wok ($7 from a store way down in SODO somewhere).
Only one of our pans are non-stick because we used to have a parrot and the gas that the non-stick gives off is poisonous to birds. Point being, my good friends with cookware costing hundreds of dollars more prefer to eat at my house - it's about the cook.

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