Misen’s Having a Major Sale That Includes Kitchn-Editor Favorites — But You’d Better Act Fast

published Jun 30, 2022
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By now, you know that we’re major fans of Brooklyn-based cookware brand Misen. Our editors routinely call upon their Misen must-haves — including the sleek roasting pan, sharp paring knife, and durable nonstick pans — to make the magic happen in their own kitchens. If you have a brand crush, too, then you’ll be just as excited as we are over Misen’s major 4th of July event! Today through July 2, you can score 20 percent off their entire site when you use the code JULY4 at checkout. This is one of the best sales we’ve seen from the brand since Black Friday!

Whether this is the first time you’re shopping Misen or you’re looking to add more of their products to your kitchen, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite items ahead to help narrow down your choices. And if you’re still on the lookout for holiday sales, check out our roundup of the best 4th of July sales happening this weekend.

1 / 10
was $165.00

We gave this piece high marks when our team tested it after launching last summer. It’s much more affordable than its competitors, but performs like a champ when it comes to braising, roasting, searing, soup-making, and pretty much anything else you can think of. Of course, the enameled coating comes in a variety of lovely colors. And the additional grill lid can be used to char veggies, steaks, burgers, and more right on your stovetop.

2 / 10

What makes this an amazing chef’s knife for home cooks in particular is that Misen specifically designed it to replace entire knife sets. It features a hybrid Japanese- and German-style blade that they say can do nearly all of your kitchen cutting. It's not hard to see why it made our list of the best chef's knives! If you’re someone who has never been particularly fussed about which knife from the block you pick, you might want to snag this one while it’s on sale.

3 / 10
was $85.00

This do-it-all pan has sloped sides and is ideal for whisking and stirring — but don’t let that stop you from using it to heat up soup, simmer veggies, cook up a batch of rice, or boil pasta. Made with five-ply stainless steel for superior heat retention, this pot can stand up to your most adventurous cooking endeavors. As one five-star review simply states, “Best pot I have ever owned.”

4 / 10
was $119.00

This carbon steel wok is pre-seasoned, which means it’ll arrive with an already-established base layer for a nonstick surface that will build as you use it. It’s different from a traditional wok because of its flat bottom, which makes it a little easier to control on the stove. And, you can actually use it on any cooktop — even induction! Use it to steam veggies or dumplings (along with the included glass lid), deep fry, or even make popcorn.

5 / 10

We've sworn by the Misen Paring Knife for weeknight meal prep because it's comfortable to grip, easy to maneuver, and simple to wash following each use. It also has a razor-sharp steel blade with twice the carbon content of most other top-tier knives, making slicing and dicing incredibly precise. And at this absolute steal, what's there to say no to?

6 / 10
was $85.00

You can never go wrong with a trusty stainless steel skillet, especially this high performer from Misen. It's made with five-ply steel for excellent heat conduction and retention, so you can pan-sear, fry, and sauté, and then pop it in the oven to bake or finish a dish. Misen's skillets are also designed to have nearly 20 percent more cooking surface than other pans you'll find, so you won't have to worry about overcrowding. Plus, the handle will stay cool while you cook.

7 / 10
was $65.00

There’s a world of difference between “regular” nonstick pans and this one. It’s made with a plasma primer, which sounds scientific (and is!). What you really need to know about this pan is that it’s made to last, unlike the dozens of other nonstick skillets we’ve trashed after a year or two. Reviewers constantly praise its sturdy construction and heavy bottom. It’s available in a wide variety of sizes — or you can buy a set of all three.

8 / 10
was $180.00

Clearly, we love Misen's knives, so getting a set of three for just over $100 is like music to our ears. This set is already discounted, so you get to take an additional 25 percent off thanks to the 4th of July sale. Included are the Paring Knife and Chef's Knife that we love, plus the Serrated Knife, so you'll be left with a complete set for all your chopping, dicing, slicing, and cutting needs.

9 / 10
was $135.00

Tired of clunky roasting pans? Misen's sleek stainless steel sheet has you covered. It's an editor favorite because of its lightweight design, versatility, and nonstick surface when roasting veggies, fish, and chicken, and even baking cookies. It'll quickly become an everyday pick for you, taking the place of your sheet pan while still having the added benefit of shallow sides to hold in liquid.

10 / 10
was $85.00

Misen’s popular Japanese-inspired Santoku Knife is another strong all-purpose blade. It’s a little shorter and lighter than a chef’s knife, making it a solid option for lots of slicing and chopping. And it's designed to have a thin blade and flat cutting edge, ideal for sharp cuts on veggies, fish, or meat.