Macy’s Is Offering a Ridiculously Good Deal on This Editor-Favorite Dutch Oven (It’s 65% Off!)

published Feb 3, 2023
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We have a few favorite Dutch ovens here at Kitchn, namely from brands such as Le Creuset, Staub, and Great Jones. It only makes sense that Martha Stewart’s would be right up there with the best because, well, it’s made by Martha! This Macy’s staple is always on our radar — really, we love pretty much every piece from her collection — but we’re sad to relay that it won’t stay that way for long. The Martha Stewart Collection round Dutch oven is on final sale, which is sad in general … but great news for right now. With any retail closeout comes a spectacular sale, and this instance is no different. Originally priced at $200, this versatile piece of cookware is marked down to just $70 for its final act — a deal so good, you’d be silly to pass it up. Not quite sure what sets this pot apart from other cast-iron ovens? Allow us to enlighten you.

For one, the round Dutch oven’s 6-quart capacity is perfect for two-person and family-sized meals alike. (Of course, if you’d prefer something smaller, it’s also on sale in the 4-quart size for only $56.) It’s also undeniably pretty, especially in the charcoal and sapphire colors that are still available. Most importantly, however, this beauty is practical for everyday use, not to mention so versatile, you can make everything from mac and cheese to braised chicken inside. Food writer Danielle got her own oven last year, and it only made her wish she’d bought one much earlier. “The 6-quart version is deep and capacious, able to accommodate huge batches of chili and a 4-pound pot roast, plus all the potatoes and carrots with ease,” she wrote. “It’s now my go-to for roasting a whole chicken the French way (lid on for an hour for super moist and tender meat, then lid off for 15 minutes to brown the skin).”

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Danielle also compared the Martha Stewart Collection Dutch oven to those from brands like Kana, Italic, and Staub, noting that it felt just as heavy and durable. Plus, once your ingredients are inside the spacious pot, you’re free to go about your day or focus on other meal prep as the contents bake and brown inside. Essentially, it’s the low-effort enameled cast iron pot of your dreams. When dinner’s done cooking, you can safely remove the pot from the oven with its generously sized side handles, let it cool for a bit (though your eats will stay hot), and take it to the table for a stunning presentation. You, too, will wish you’d gotten your Dutch oven sooner, and if you don’t get it now, you might not have another chance.