Wednesday, February 13, 2013

A Le Creuset Christmas

I would like to start this post by saying that I have had this post sitting saved in my drafts.  Not sure why I didn't publish...I just didn't.  Before reading, please take your mind back to the holidays!

I have had a mild obsession with Le Creuset, I have spent countless hours researching, talking and generally swooning over these beautiful colorful pots.  I have been visiting the pans at lots of cooking stores and even made a trip to the outlet to "look". 

I was really surprised and elated when my husband stood up at Christmas and declared in front of his family that I could go and pick out whatever I wanted from the Le Creuset Store (the proposition was overwhelming).  What pieces do I need?  What food am I going to make?  Where am I going to store everything?  What color should I get.

After much thought, I decided I wanted an eclectic set of lots of complementary colors.  So far I have kept mostly in the blue family (with one yellow standout piece - my kitchen is yellow after all .

Over the New Year's, my dreams came true and I got my very first starter collection!  You will see these gems make multiple appearances on this blog, I will also be posting my best recipes on my Le Creuset pintrist board.  I should also note that I am in no way sponsored by Le Creuset, I really just love it that much!  I should note, I would be happy to be sponsored by Le Creuset (wink, wink).

Le Creuset 3 1/2 Qt. Round French Oven - Caribbean

Le Creuset 5 1/2 Qt. Round French Oven - Dijon

Le Creuset 10 1/4 Iron Skillet - Marsielle 

Le Creuset Panini Set - Caribbean

Le Creuset Two-in-One Pan - Indigo 

Le Creuset - Halo Tea Kettle - Marsielle

Le Creuset - Deluxe round trivet - Marsielle

1 comment:

  1. Oh my God! I would faint if my hubbie gave me free range in the Le Creuset store for Christmas!!! You picked gorgeous items, I love mixing and matching too, getting all the same colour would be too boring!