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Didn't mean to stir the pot on this one! ;) I tried the oven method, as I had a ton of things to do

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Posted to Thread #29315 at 12:35 pm on Dec 29, 2016

in a compressed amount of time. It worked really well. I just kept setting the timer and got my other chores done. :) Used a 7 quart oval LeCreuset.
I switched over to Julia's recipe once the onions went on the stove. (adding flour, deglazed the first time with 1/4 c water, dried them out, then the 1/2 cup vermouth on 1/4 cup increments.By the time I was finished, they were a medium dark brown.Amazing soup!
Joe, your comment was funny re toughing the hot handles, totally something I would do, so I left the Ove glove very close to the pot so I wouldn't forget!

Re onion odor--the first hour was intense, after that it dissipated quite a bit. I did close to 4 pounds of onions for the onion soup.....

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