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The Terrine Scene: Savoy Cabbage + Chicken Liver Parfait recipe

Established in 1998, the groundbreaking Savoy Cabbage was one of Cape Town’s very first contemporary fine-dining restaurants – and it helped to set the course for the city’s worldwide reputation as a gourmet destination. In the historic heart of … Read More

Bring on sunshine: the power of yellow

Such is the power of yellow that we just have to look at all our wonderful Soleil and Dijon products here at Le Creuset and someone starts humming, ‘It’s gonna be a bright, bright, bright, bright sunshiny day.’

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Our one-pot wonder: Toughened Non-Stick Buffet Casserole

We at Le Creuset are a lucky lot: every day we get to cook using our pick of Le Creuset’s fabulous pots and pans, so you’d expect us to have a wide range of must-have products, right? Well, you’d be … Read More

The French Connection: Le Creuset and Silwood

A match made in heaven, Le Creuset and Silwood School of Cookery have enjoyed a rewarding association through the years, founded on our mutual appreciation of the importance of classic French cooking fundamentals.

Silwood – with its … Read More

The colour purple: juicy Cassis is berry beautiful

Have you ever been lucky enough to pick deliciously ripe berries growing wild on a brambly hedge? Remember biting into their juicy sweetness, and eating until your lips and fingers were stained purple and life felt as simple and perfect … Read More

Cooking creativity: our top 5 items to splurge on

We are going to help you become a better, brighter and braver cook! All you need are our five favourite pieces of cookware to discover a whole new world of culinary delights.

1. TAGINE

Bored with plain old beef stew? … Read More

Bon appetit! Chef Franck Dangereux’s mouthwatering Le Creuset cooking demonstrations (plus two fab recipes for you to try at home)

The first week of March saw this year’s cooking demonstrations kick off, when some of our lucky customers joined world-famous chef Franck Dangereux for a fascinating hands-on demonstration at the Pick n Pay Good Food Studio in Johannesburg. Franck shared … Read More

Hot stuff: Our iconic Flame raises the temperature

With much of South Africa experiencing a taste of wintry weather, it’s time to contemplate the pleasures of hearty comfort food – which means you can get out your casserole dishes and tagines, your soup pots and winter pie dishes.

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Terrific terrines: How to up the entertainment stakes

There is something terribly sophisticated and understated about being one of those gracious hosts who can rustle up a country-style feast in an instant. You know the type: hordes of unexpected friends arrive close to lunchtime on a Sunday and … Read More

Green revolution: colours so delicious you’ll really want to eat your greens

The colour green symbolises nature, healing, fertility, rebirth and life, so what better hue is there to capture today’s fresh spirit? People the world over are waking up to the green revolution – we’re starting to live in tune with … Read More