Cuisinart Cast Iron Cookware - 4 Styles

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Cuisinart Cast Iron Cookware - 4 Styles
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Check out the product page for the 5.5 qt. Oval Covered Casserole


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I bought a Cuisinart 7 qt. round over 10 years ago at T.J. Maxx and have used it probably 4 or 5 times a month ever since. I use it primarily for making chili, stews and “no-knead” bread. It’s perfect for making the bread because it can stand the 500 degree heat right out of the box without having to replace the lid’s knob and it’s the perfect size. With the exception of some slight staining of the interior, it looks like new and still performs that way. IMO, you can’t go wrong with any of these pieces because Cuisinart’s quality is superb and even if you spend more money on some of the other names I don’t think you can buy anything that will perform better! The only maintenance I did with mine was to season the edge of the rim with vegetable oil when I first bought it and now will occasionally wipe the edge with oil to maintain the seasoning. To keep the inside looking good I fill it with hot water and Dawn dishwashing liquid and let it soak for 10 or 15 minutes before scouring the inside with a “Dobie” pad, if needed.

The inside will look like new if you use Barkeeper’s Friend. It’s wonderful stuff.

I have two of the 5.5 quart oval (one in stylish Woot black) and use them all the time. I bought my first one to make a chicken, chorizo and rice dish but they’re also great for chili, stew, soup, etc. I consider these essential and don’t know how I lived without them.

I have all three of these through Woot and they remain some of the better purchases at this site of late. To me, beyond the name, there is simply no discernible difference between these and Le Creuset.

I keep it in the kitchen, but never thought to try it on these, so thanks for the suggestion.

Does anyone know how much the 12" skillet weighs?

Made in China, France (both?), or…?

Inquiring minds would like to know!

Thank you wooties.