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chloeaardse Dec 16, 2013 05:17 PM

Hi All,

I'm looking to find cast iron dishes similar to the ones Martin Picard serves some of his recipes from PDC.

Any ideas on where to look?

Preferably not crazy expensive

Thanks :)

  1. s
    Shattered Dec 18, 2013 08:29 AM

    Canadian Tire

    1. hala Dec 17, 2013 07:13 PM

      Take a look at winners too. Sometimes they have good deals on this sort of thing.

      1. c
        chloeaardse Dec 16, 2013 06:23 PM

        Thanks. I lived close to Atwater market. I'll check Warsaw. Ares is too expensive. I do appreciate you can find exactly what your looking for but I'm so much happier when I get a deal. Someone recommended Village. How can I clean to make sure it's clean? Or do I have to trust in using a pan preseasoned by strangers and questionable recipes?

        1. m
          Maximilien Dec 16, 2013 05:46 PM

          I'd check at Ares (I think I've seen small cast iron dishes there ) or Monas.


          1. c
            chloeaardse Dec 16, 2013 05:20 PM

            To be clearer

            I want to make individual potion
            S of duck cassoulet. So to fit a duck thigh or leg with beans and a small portion of foie gras/merguez.

            2 Replies
            1. re: chloeaardse
              Fintastic Dec 16, 2013 06:12 PM

              Several places I dined this week (EVOO, Grinder) were serving out of the identical small red&white enamelled cast iron skillets by Le Cuistot (http://www.amazon.ca/Cuistot-Enameled...). I bought mine along with a large matching dutch oven at Warshaw across from Atwater market for a pretty decent price (relative to Crueset anyways).
              Canadian Tire also has very frequent sales (like 60-70% off) on their cast iron cookware, though they no longer seem to have any sizes smaller than 3qt casseroles.

              1. re: Fintastic
                chloeaardse Dec 16, 2013 06:27 PM

                I checked out your link. I remember them being double short handled shallow skillets. That one in the link is pretty cool. I like the long handle .they were burgundy enamel on the outside and cast iron on the inside

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