Mussel Vessel


There's really no good reason to drop $89.95 on equipment for cooking mussels. Toss the shellfish into any old pot along with some onions and white wine, slap a lid on top, turn up the heat, and you're virtually home-free. But, if you have cash burning a hole in your pocket, Staub's Mussel Pot, made of enameled cast-iron, has a beautiful design that evokes the shape of the bivalves themselves. What's more: A strainer inside the pot separates the mussels from their broth as they cook for efficient tableside bread dipping.

Listed by Josh Friedland on May 29, 2006 in Cookware | Link | Comments (1) | add to | Digg this story | Email this post