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Le Creuset

Flash in the pan

Cooking a big batch of fried chicken for a party this year, I used two heavy black cast-iron pans from the same manufacturer, added the same amount of oil and set the pans over two burners set at the same heat.

Sunday, 28 November, 2010, 12:00am

Something's cooking in Central

Le Creuset flagship store opening

Where: 31C-D Wyndham Street, Central

When: June 29

9 Jul 2010 - 12:00am

Yip gets out of her car and into the kitchen at Le Creuset's new store opening

Actress Cecilia Yip Tung says she is getting used to public transport after she was convicted of drink-driving last week.

'It's fun though,' said the 47-year-old on being without her car. On June 22 she was fined HK$6,000 and disqualified from driving for four months. 'I haven't been on a train or bus for such a long time. Those trips make me feel the city beat.'

1 Jul 2010 - 12:00am

Bring and buy

If you need a new batterie de cuisine, head to one of the city's Le Creuset outlets. The French cookware manufacturer is known primarily for its colourful and heavy enamelled cast-iron pans, but it also has a stainless-steel line suitable for gas and electric cookers, including induction models.

9 Sep 2007 - 12:00am

Gadget heaven

A well-equipped kitchen is key, no matter the size of your budget. The Peninsula hotel's executive chef, Florian Trento, has everything his heart desires in his workplace kitchen, and knows exactly what he needs at home to cook up a storm

16 May 2004 - 12:00am

Santa's kitchen stocking

The thing to remember when buying gifts for cooks and food lovers is that while it's important to give something useful, it is also possible to be too practical. Chances are that the cook's kitchen is filled to bursting with all the whisks, graters, measuring cups, wooden spoons and pots and pans he or she will need.

14 Dec 2003 - 12:00am

Scouring for utensils

There is something intrinsically magnetic about those higgledy-piggledy hardware stores selling everything from a soup spoon to a kitchen sink.

11 Jan 1998 - 12:00am