I found a bunch of Le Creuset pans in a box next to my neighbor's garbage yesterday - score, right?!! Most of it is in great shape and just needs a scrubbing. However, a couple of the casseroles have a few chips in the enamel on the inner surface. Is this anything I need to worry about or are the pots still useable? Please advise...
Turn on your oven and get out a cutting board—boom, you're halfway to dinner.
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