I have a Le Creuset Dutch Oven which I LOVE.
I was cooking this week with it and the nob on the lid broke away in my hand
I am very disappointed, I talk about this Dutch oven at parties, really, recently at a williams and sonama I saw a woman looking at a Dutch oven and clearly questioning whether she should purchase and I interrupted her thinking and said " you will never regret this you will love this oven"
Anyway what should I do I have had the oven for about 2 years, I bought it in Ireland, I thought of it as an heirloom, not with a broken nob it isn't. Thoughts?
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