Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Le Chasseur Cookware

Anyone who truly appreciates the art of fine cuisine will love Le Chasseur cookware! For the last seventy-five years, Le Chasseur has been made in Doncherry, in the northern part of France. The recipe for Le Chasseur is pretty simple – just take a strong, heavy core made from cast iron, and then add two coats of enamel. The first coat seals your cookware, protecting it from corrosion, while the second, coloured coat not only makes your Le Chasseur cookware easy to clean – it also gives it its distinctive, colourful finish. Cookware has never looked so good!


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