Save Big on Martha Stewart’s Cast Iron Cookware During the Macy’s Friends & Family Sale

published Nov 7, 2019
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Black Friday isn’t for a couple more weeks, but that doesn’t mean you can’t start shopping big sales. Right now Macy’s Friends & Family sale is on, with an extra 30 percent off tons of already discounted items (plus even more savings with promo code FRIEND. While there are tons of quality kitchen goods we want to splurge on, we’re feeling especially excited about the deal on the Martha Stewart’s enameled cast iron cookware, including her popular Dutch oven.

If you’re an active home cook, you know how important a good Dutch oven is. They’re a true kitchen workhorse that can be used in the oven or on the stove, and are ideal for making hearty soups and stews, baking casseroles, and braising meats. Cast iron works on all heating surfaces and is known for distributing and retaining heat evenly. And enameled Dutch ovens in particular make beautiful serving dishes that can go directly from the stove to the table.

Martha’s Dutch oven, which is exclusive to Macy’s, comes in nine aesthetically pleasing colors and three sizes, but we recommend the 6-quart option for optimal versatility. And of course, the best time to buy one is when it goes on sale. Currently, the entire collection is on sale for 20 percent off, plus an additional 30 percent discount using code FRIEND. All things accounted for, the Dutch oven can be yours for $101, which is $79 less than the original price.

“We have been using this Dutch oven at least once a week for the last year,” said one reviewer. “This pot is great and everything we make in it turns out perfect. No need to spend hundreds of dollars on more expensive brands, this works just as great. We got the dutch ovens as gifts for our friends and family and everyone loves them.”

Aside from the 6-quart Dutch oven, the larger 8-quart size can be yours for $129 — perfect for making a holiday feast. Or, if you’re looking for something more novelty, there’s a wintry pinecone-patterned oven on sale for $112, as well as the autumnal 2-quart model with a pumpkin knob. And if you don’t need a Dutch oven, check out the 12-inch cast iron fry pan and 11-inch grill pan.

“For me, it compares favorably with Le Creuset at a fraction of the price,” another reviewer said. “Not yet tested over time, but it appears to be a quality pot. Good weight to hold heat. Lid fits perfectly to minimize evaporation. Nice finish and great choice of colors. So far I’m very pleased with it.”

Not sure where to start with your new Dutch oven? Here’s what to know — and here are 18 recipes to put them to work.