Inside the Brilliant World of Le Creuset

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Inside the Brilliant World of Le Creuset
The coveted heavy-duty, Skittles-colored enameled pots, pans, and kettles evoke ambitious Sunday feasts and an iconic French timelessness. Produced in a tiny working-class town far from the lights of Paris since 1925, Le Creuset products have gone global, making their way to kitchens around the world, from Japan to the United States. This is how they’re made.
By Maggie Fuller, AFAR Staff
Photo by Céline Clanet