Le Creuset sizes

To be used as a personal references, since I can never seem to remember which sizes I have and which are on my wish-list. Perhaps you’ll find it useful too. X Round cocottes | Oval cocottes Diameter Volume Length Volume 16 cm 1.3 L 23 cm 2.6 L 18 cm 1.8 L 25 cm 3.2 L 20 cm 2.4 L 27 cm 4.1 L 22 ...

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On Kitchenaids

We’ve now been in Sweden for almost eight months. Many of those were made of snow. And a little summer too. There are now golden leaves everywhere around us. And some mornings, the ground keeps its beautiful frost for hours after the sun rises. Yes, I’ve told you before, I’m looking forward my first Swedish Christmas! I have a few things on my wish-list, and ...

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Les élastiques

[Rubber bands] I’ve been having a bit of a rubber band moment. You see I’ve always used them in the kitchen, in one way or another, but these past few weeks, I’ve found myself reaching for the bundle we keep in – what used to be – an ice-cream tub more and more often. So I thought I’d share how I use rubber bands in ...

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Oops #2

I don’t know what just happened on ebay, but I seem to be the newest owner of – not one but – two Le Creuset cocottes. I guess the advices my friend Richard gave me on how to win a bid kind of worked! Oh and by the way, if you want to save me from a life made of misery and every-single-day-pasta, please go ...

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Sur un nuage

[On a cloud] For days when the sky feels like a cloud, of the gigantic kind. And our homes are made warm with gas ovens. I’ve yet found what dough will become a cloud in my kitchen. Perhaps, my very favourite matcha shortbreads. Or the cinnamon cookies that made my childhood a forever-Christmas. Thank you Nikole for making such beautiful objects that – waiting to ...

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Une maryse

I got quite a few emails regarding the word maryse. One of you even wrote a kinky poem, because – yes – Maryse, is also a French name. It involved some whipping and folding too… So well, I’m launching yet another category: le kitchenware. This is what happens when I’ve od’ed on holidays. A maryse, pronounced MAH-REESE, is – what chefs call – a rubber ...

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