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Old 10-16-2012, 06:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Doufeu vs Dutch Oven?

Does anyone have one? Worth the price? Does it cook that much better than a Dutch Oven?


Aside from the recessed lid, my dutch oven has a self basting lid and makes delicious noms.
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Old 10-17-2012, 04:54 PM   #2 (permalink)
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This is a doufeu:

Le Creuset Heritage Cast Iron Oval Doufeu | Williams-Sonoma
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Old 10-17-2012, 09:46 PM   #3 (permalink)
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anyone know how a doufeu compares to a french oven?
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SO its just a dutch oven with a lid that can hold ice to create condensation inside to keep food moist?

I'll stick with my dutch oven, thanks.
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I just paid $22 for a 2qt cast iron dutch oven, that also had a recessed lid I could pile ice on it if really felt like it.

$400 for that? People are really that retarded?
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I just paid $22 for a 2qt cast iron dutch oven, that also had a recessed lid I could pile ice on it if really felt like it.

$400 for that? People are really that retarded?
But what colours does your fancy little dutch over come in?
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$400 for one overpriced pot or $400 for the 15+/- pots, skillets, wok, muffin and loaf pans I've used for the last 20 years? That's a tough decision.
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anyone know how a doufeu compares to a french oven?
You have to leave the lid partially lifted on a French oven, because they crack under pressure.

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SO its just a dutch oven with a lid that can hold ice to create condensation inside to keep food moist?

I'll stick with my dutch oven, thanks.
Word. My dutch oven has a "coal ring" on top. I'm pretty sure I could put ice on there without opening up some kind of black hole that would destroy humanity.
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I just paid $22 for a 2qt cast iron dutch oven, that also had a recessed lid I could pile ice on it if really felt like it.

$400 for that? People are really that retarded?
A 9Qt. Le Creuset Dutch oven is just about $400 too. It's the brand.
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You have to leave the lid partially lifted on a French oven, because they crack under pressure.
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It's FRENCH.

Fuck the french.
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A 9Qt. Le Creuset Dutch oven is just about $400 too. It's the brand.
I agree in this case, Wife got me a Target "knock off" for $50 for my birthday and I think the name Le Creuset was $120-150. As mush as I will use this it will last a lifetime. hell it would if I used it weekly I bet.
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I don't know the difference ,but I use Fonitignac.Half the price same warranty,been around for along time.
Fontignac - Fontignac

If you need the Le Creuset,you can join the mailer for their outlet and save some cash.
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The wifey uses a Staub 6 qt oven. Le cruset is for fags. it has the basting bumps and recessed lid.

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Not all dutch ovens have the recessed lid, usually the ones that do also have feet for use in a campfire. There are cheaper knockoffs than Le Cruset, plus you can find the real deal in thrift stores for a couple bucks. My mom picked up a LC double boiler for something like $3.
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this is the american version of a dutch oven , not the sissy french one you 're useing !
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this is the american version of a dutch oven , not the sissy french one you 're useing !
I'd rather not eat anything cooked in one of those.
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