The Force is with Le Creuset

NEWS – Le Creuset has a Star Wars Collection for you cooks out there who are also Star Wars fans. The above Star Wars Collection Han Solo™ Carbonite Signature Roaster is a 5 1/4 quart roaster that has a lid displaying our beloved Han Solo frozen in carbonite (ahem… actually… enamel coated cast iron). It measures 16″ L x 10 1/5″ W x 3″ H, is dishwasher safe, made in France, and has a lifetime warranty. Han Solo can be all yours from Le Creuset for the tiny price of $450.00. Why $450? Because Han Solo. And Le Creuset.

Le Creuset also has a Star Wars Collection R2-D2™ Mini Cocotte and Star Wars Collection C-3P0™ Mini Cocotte. These tiny 8 1/2 oz. “casserole” dishes measure 3 3/4″ D x 2″ H x 5 1/4″ W, are dishwasher/microwave/oven safe, are made of stoneware, made in China, and have a 10-year warranty. The R2-D2 Mini Cocotte is available from Le Creuset for $30 as is the C-3PO Mini Cocotte. Please note – these are practically MICROSCOPIC casseroles!!

Lastly, Le Creuset also has a Star Wars Collection Millennium Falcon™ Trivet and a Star Wars Collection Death Star™ Trivet. These are made of silicone, measure 7 3/4″ diameter (Millennium Falcon) or 8″ diameter (Death Star), and have a 10-year warranty. The Star Wars Collection Millennium Falcon™ Trivet is available for $20.00 from Le Creuset as is the Death Star Trivet.

Ah, the Force is strong and expensive with Le Creuset!! (NOTE: The Star Wars Collection will be returning in January 2020).

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  2. Robert L Grenader

    I have some Le Cruset that is over 40 years old, solid French-made and enameled cast iron, that we still use about every other day.
    Now? The castings and coating come from China, the Knob on the lid and the final assembly is French and the quality of everything is just not the same.

    Now a Han Solo lid? How much did the Mouse charge for that?

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