And Then I Stroked the Inside of My Girlfriend’s Pot
Ha! Take that J and your theory that every post should include the phase “Great Big Titties” to draw more internet traffic!
I have previously written about how I love the colours of Le Crueset. I also ended up saying that I was perfectly happy with my Kitchen Aid enamelled cast iron when I really can’t use the raw stuff.
Then I was talking to H about her bargain bin Le Crueset and I asked about the inside. She said, of course, that it was stained. I asked about texture. She didn’t know but invited me to check it out. So… I did. However, I have to admit it felt kind of creepy fondling someone’s pot in front of them (and I forgot when we got back to her place) so I took the opportunity when I was to first one up the next morning.
Although, as I write that I can see how it may be considered creepy to secretly fondle your girlfriend’s pot when she is not looking and then blog about it on the internet. I would like to think H has a good sense of humour about that kind of thing, though.
The disappointing thing is… her pot truly is nicer than mine. It is stained, like mine. It is about the same age as mine. It sounds like it is about as used as mine. All that factored in, the inside surface of her Le Creuset pot has held up better than the inside surface of my Kitchen Aid pot.
Drat! I didn’t really want to know that.