ChatterBank1 min ago
Hi I bought this Wok today at a fleamarket and it's by far the nicest WOK I ever saw or used, far nicer than our Le Creuset one which set us back £550, but the only mark it has stamped on it is on the bottom and seems to say RELA- I can find absolutely no trace of this online at all so does any foodie soul know if this might stand for something instead of actually being a make or if it's an acronym, as it seems such fantastic quality that I feel it must have a makers name attached to it somewhere. It's heavy cast iron, twin handles ( again cast not wooden) and is really beautiful Thanks in advance. x
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Around that figure Mikey, my mother bought it, it was this one I think I paid £45 for mine second hand and I think it's nicer. You probably only ever buy one in a lifetime so it's not as excessive as it probably sounds, she's got tons of LeCreuset stuff, but she's only ever bought them once because they last.