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It doesn’t have a nonstick coating. It is porcelain enamel
Shopper
· November 23, 2019
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Ours was France.
J Johnson
· March 21, 2019
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We use thin wire polished stainless racks (oval and square) for roasting. They clean up easily in our high-power heavy-duty convection oven. Adding some water to the bottom of the pan at the start helps reduce smoke and baked-on grease. We have use Le Cruset cast iron and ceramic pans, but the ceramic ones have failed … see more We use thin wire polished stainless racks (oval and square) for roasting. They clean up easily in our high-power heavy-duty convection oven. Adding some water to the bottom of the pan at the start helps reduce smoke and baked-on grease. We have use Le Cruset cast iron and ceramic pans, but the ceramic ones have failed more than once in our oven. The cast-iron are worth every penny and clean up nicely. see less We use thin wire polished stainless racks (oval and square) for roasting. They clean up easily in our high-power heavy-duty convection oven. Adding some water to the bottom of the pan at the start helps reduce smoke and baked-on grease. We have use Le Cruset cast iron and ceramic pans, but the ceramic ones have failed more than once in our oven. The cast-iron are worth every penny and clean up nicely.
DutchBird
· February 11, 2021
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Ours was from France.
J Johnson
· March 21, 2019
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For a CAST IRON roaster at ordinary freezer temperatures (~0 F), yes, and they can go from freezer to moderate oven. Avoid putting a hot pan in cold water as this may damage the enamel. The cast iron roaster is heavy enough and the sides are slightly sloped outward so any expansion of casserole material will not put mu… see more For a CAST IRON roaster at ordinary freezer temperatures (~0 F), yes, and they can go from freezer to moderate oven. Avoid putting a hot pan in cold water as this may damage the enamel. The cast iron roaster is heavy enough and the sides are slightly sloped outward so any expansion of casserole material will not put much pressure on the sides of roaster. I have had a CERAMIC Le Cruset pan crack in a convection oven due to direct heat over 500 F - one part of the pan was was too close to convection fan and that part of the pan heated up too quickly. You can find all sorts of tips and guidance on cooking with these pans on the le Cruset site. see less For a CAST IRON roaster at ordinary freezer temperatures (~0 F), yes, and they can go from freezer to moderate oven. Avoid putting a hot pan in cold water as this may damage the enamel. The cast iron roaster is heavy enough and the sides are slightly sloped outward so any expansion of casserole material will not put much pressure on the sides of roaster. I have had a CERAMIC Le Cruset pan crack in a convection oven due to direct heat over 500 F - one part of the pan was was too close to convection fan and that part of the pan heated up too quickly. You can find all sorts of tips and guidance on cooking with these pans on the le Cruset site.
DutchBird
· June 15, 2018
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Like all of Le Creuset's cast iron, it is made in the foundry located in France.
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