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  |   By Alison McGill

Lately I’ve been spending a lot of time watching Food Network and one of my favourite shows is by Canadian Laura Calder, host of French Food at Home. I love her witty banter on the show and also how everything she makes looks so easy and yummy. Another thing I recently became obsessed with was Calder’s cookware, more specifically the array of Le Creuset French Ovens that appear on her show. It’s her go-to pot to cook everything from soups to sauces to beef bourguignon. I decided my kitchen was naked without one and invested in a 5.2 litre French Oven in Flame and since it arrived at my door last week, I’ve had it in heavy rotation—how did I exist without this beauty? Made of cast iron, the oven heats up slowly and uniformly and cooks food to perfection and moves effortlessly from stovetop to oven. All Le Creuset products are still made in France where they were first produced back in 1925. We know the French know a lot about preparing great food and this cookware is definitely one of their secret weapons. Le Creuset French Ovens are very popular registry items, make sure you put one on yours; I guarantee you will love it!

This article was originally published on Jun 28, 2010
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