If you know me, you know I LOVE Le Creuset. I have coveted them for years and now have started to collect this fine, French line of cookware. This is their second colour launch in Canada. First was their beautiful matte black collection called Licorice. However, Pantone announced that this year’s colour is Rose Quartz. Just the right pink, soft yet vibrant beautiful pink of the Bonbon cast iron hue.
Perfect for Valentines and beautiful, pop of colour to your kitchen! I see and feel Spring from the Bon Bon collection that evokes romance and decadence, and while traditionally associated with femininity, also radiates hope, calm and warmth. Doesn’t the below look like a beautiful set up for a high tea baby shower?
I am convinced that everything tastes better in Le Creuset. My cuisine of choice is French. I live and breathe all things French and I feel as though I am in a tiny french kitchen when I cook for my family in my Le Creuset skillets and French oven’s as our kitchen is tiny in our flat like a french kitchen in Paris. There is something special about cooking and baking in Le Creuset. You get the feel of being a fine chef, the heat is evenly distributed, the quality is phenomenal as it lasts a lifetime. I am swooning over the roaster, the trivet, the traditional pot-ok. everything is beautiful. You can discover the full collection on Le Creuset Canada. To find a Le Creuset store near you, visit Le Creuset.ca
For Valentine’s, why not try this lovely recipe. It’s so simple and even a nice after school treat for the kids after nibbling on their crudités. Discover more Bonbon inspired recipes:
CHOCOLATE MOLTEN CAKE