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A steal at HomeGoods my first Le Creuset 5.5 quart for $140 and an All Clad steaming pot . So thrilled to start cooking . It quiet heavy any recommendations on which rice pot and skillet I should get that’s long lasting ? Thanks !

A steal at HomeGoods my first Le Creuset 5.5 quart for $140 and an All Clad steaming pot . So thrilled to start cooking . It quiet heavy any recommendations on which rice pot and skillet I should get that’s long lasting ? Thanks !

3 comments

  1. Benderthedog

    Absolutely beautiful, great size especially for baking bread. Use in good health and enjoy your amazing find.

  2. muppetteer

    Honestly, you don’t need a specific rice pot. Anything will do, just follow any of the recipes you find online.

    Le Creuset do a skillet. It’s okay, but nothing special. I have one and I use it lots, but it’s nothing special.

  3. Artwire

    Congrats! You always remember your first. I’d recommend getting at least one nonstick pan, plus a smallish lodge cast iron skillet, which is great for high heat searing. You can branch out after that, depending on what and how much you cook. I’ve had my black cast iron lodge for at least 10 yrs and it’s better than ever. It has a short handle so it fits in my countertop oven, which is great for finishing off steaks or even baking. I don’t think the matching Le creuset skillet is worth investing in, unless you land another amazing deal. I picked up a set of two “American kitchen” nonstick sauté/frying pans on woot a number of years ago and thought would be a cheap set, but now the same pans are listing for $100-150 each — I loved those, used them for years, but the coating is finally wearing out. Also had some luck with Nordicware ( but my most recent one isn’t as well made as the one I got around 6 yrs ago). And I have a super cheap and kind of flimsy granite ware pan for when I don’t want to worry about being careful. Picked up a little Tramontina 8 inch for eggs recently — it’s surprisingly nice for the price. I know it’s heresy, but for what it’s worth, I almost never use my all-stainless pans. The one exception is a giant double handled frying pan – I think by cuisinart- that I dig out whenever I cook for a crowd. Lots of choices.

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