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Cooks On Main To Host Le Creuset Event September 12


Cooks On Main, downtown Williston, has been chosen as one of only 12 stores in the country to host a 90th anniversary celebration for Le Creuset, the superior cast iron cookware.

Owner Angela Skogen is very excited about the event and credits the support of the Williston community for making it possible. "It's a huge honor to be chosen for this event and it's because this community has loved Le Creuset for many, many years," she said. "The cookware is so versatile. It goes from the oven to the field, and it's still hot an hour later. It's perfect for potlucks too. And it's an heirloom piece, passed down from generation to generation."

The 90th Anniversary celebration takes place on Saturday, September 12 from 9am to 7pm CDT at Cooks On Main, 224 West Main St., Williston. "It's going to be so much fun," Skogen said. "We have food, refreshments, lots of prizes, cooking classes and lots more." The grand prize is a 3.5qt. Champagne cocotte valued at $715, plus an additional $1250 in product will be given away. Come early, as the first 100 people in the store will receive a free gift. Exclusive European and Asian cast iron items will be available for the only time in the U.S. on this day only.

Le Creuset was founded in 1925 when a French enameling specialist and a French casting expert came together to make superior cast iron cookware, coated in a porcelain enamel glaze. They began producing colorful enameled cast iron, a revolution in a time when cookware was dull and gray. Their first color was a bright "Flame" orange inspired by the vibrant tones of molten cast iron.

Le Creuset is now a global company offering a full collection of premium cookware, bakeware, kitchen tools, wine tools and kitchen accessories. The brand's commitment to handcrafted quality and vibrant color endures today.


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