Le Creuset, which translates to “the crucible” in French, began creating cast iron cookware in 1925 in northern France. Le Creuset cast iron is still produced in the same foundry, with individual sand molds and hand inspections for each and every piece.
Over the years, this standard of quality has been directed toward a new and wide range of kitchen products, like stainless steel cookware, forged hard-anodized nonstick cookware and stoneware dinnerware.
Crate & Barrel is having it’s Summer Clearance sale.
The cookware can be pricey, so be on the look out for sales or buy them in pieces.