What Is A Stockpot
How big is a stockpot?
For home use, stockpots come in a range of sizes, usually from 8 to 20 quarts (some commercial kitchens use massive 74-quart versions). For most home kitchen tasks, we think a 12-quart stockpot is an ideal size and large enough for making big batches of stock or sauce.
What do the numbers mean on the bottom of Le Creuset stoneware?
The number on the bottom of the different types of Le Creuset cookware refers to the inside diameter of the oven/pan/braiser/skillet. If you need to check the size of your piece of cookware turn it over and check out the size of your Dutch oven.
How do you pronounce La Croix?
The Right Way to Pronounce "LaCroix"
According to the LaCroix website, it is pronounced "la-croy." "Consumers are reminded of the correct pronunciation when asked to ‘enjoy LaCroix’ with every sip they take," the site says.
Do all Le Creuset have the diamond mark?
The name of Le Creuset. There should be a double-digit number. It should have ‘France’ or ‘Made in France’ It should also have the Diamond mark of Le Creuset.
Does TJ Maxx sell Le Creuset?
The best places to find a discounted Le Creuset (and other name-brand kitchen gear): TJ Maxx, HomeGoods, and Marshalls. Not surprising, considering they all share the same parent company! According to TJ Maxx, you just need to shop early, shop often, and don’t second-guess yourself.
How long do stock pots last?
Store in a cool, dry place. Once opened store in refrigerator and use within 3 days.
Does Le Creuset break?
Le Creuset enameled cast iron is extremely durable but it may be damaged if accidentally dropped or knocked against a hard surface.
Can you soak Le Creuset overnight?
Don’t be afraid to soak the pan in soapy water overnight if you get lazy—the enamel coating protects against rusting, and it doesn’t need to be seasoned after drying.
Why is it called Le Creuset?
The Le Creuset foundry at Fresnoy-le-Grand in France, where Le Creuset cookware has been produced since 1925. The company’s name translates to “The Crucible,” a nod to the venerable facilities in Fresnoy-le-Grand.
What do numbers on bottom of Le Creuset mean?
Le Creuset Markings
When you turn your piece over, you’ll find a number on the bottom. That number tells you the diameter in centimeters. On a handful of models, you’ll find just a letter, which corresponds to a particular measurement. The tops also have these types of markings on the underside.
Can you fry in a stockpot?
A DEEP, HEAVY-BOTTOMED POT
For deep frying, you want a stockpot that will evenly distribute and retain heat, and wipe clean without sticky oil residue.