Staub is Offering Sizzling Fourth of July Deals on their Classic Cocotte and More Classic Cookware

published Jun 29, 2023
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No matter if you’re trying to get ahead of cookout season or setting yourself up for a summer full of BBQs, it’s always a good time for a kitchen refresh. If your cookware arsenal is in desperate need of an upgrade, you’re not the only one. Here at The Kitchn, we have the chance to test out a ton of cookware from a bunch of different brands, and one company that always delivers in practically all aspects is Staub. From their top-shelf fry pans and cocottes to their bakeware and more, the brand has been an industry leader when it comes to high-quality culinary gear for longer than we can remember — and right now, you can snag some of their must-have pieces at huge markdowns during Staub’s summer sale. 

Usually, Staub’s cookware costs a pretty penny, but many of our favorite pieces in their lineup are selling for significantly less right now — and at these prices, we’ll be adding pretty much all of these picks to our cart. However, make sure you act fast, because these discounts won’t last long, and some of the items are already selling out. 

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was $389.99

You’ve likely seen this iconic piece of kitchen gear before — possibly in homes or in restaurant kitchens — and there’s a reason for that. The enameled cast iron on this high-capacity cocotte allows for superior heat retention and distribution. Plus, there’s no seasoning required, so you can start cooking for the whole family right out of the box.

2 / 8
was $129.99

This set of two rectangular baking dishes and a pie dish has everything you need for all of your sweet and savory baking needs. Plus, the beautiful finish on these ceramic bakeware pieces is both highly scratch-resistant and dishwasher-safe, so cleanup is a breeze. And, who doesn’t want to serve their baked creations in Staub cookware?

3 / 8
was $169.99

Even if you don’t have a grill, you can still take part in cookout season by bringing the flavors of BBQ cooking to your kitchen with Staub’s cast-iron grill pan. The grilling grooves drain fat away from whatever you’re searing and provide picture-perfect sear marks on steaks, filets, burgers, and veggies. And, because it’s so gorgeous, it doubles as a serving platter.

4 / 8
was $329.99

For those delicious stews and slow-cooked meats, you can’t go wrong with a Staub braiser. The wide base and high-sloped sides are perfect for big-batch cooking, and the tight-fitting glass lid locks in flavor and moisture — plus, it lets you monitor your food as it cooks. The textured matte-black enameled cast iron also provides a perfect surface for deep, even browning every time.

5 / 8
was $319.99

If you want people to really know you take tomato season seriously, you can’t beat this cocotte in “Cherry Tomato.” This gorgeous addition to your kitchen doesn’t only look great, but it cooks great, too: With ample space, you can bake and serve right in this beautiful piece and wow your dinner guests over and over again.

6 / 8
was $79.99

Mini cocottes aren’t just adorable — they’re also great for single-serving desserts, to use as serving bowls, or for other non-cooking uses around the house. They’re oven- and broiler-safe up to 572 degrees Fahrenheit, and they’re good to go in the microwave and dishwasher. Plus, they’re resistant to scratches, impact, and thermal shock.

7 / 8
was $39.99

Whether you’re serving up cereal or a healthy helping of pasta amatriciana, these large, stackable bowls are perfect for serving and preparing ingredients. The vitreous glass porcelain-enamel finish is highly scratch-resistant and won’t absorb moisture. Plus, the material diffuses heat gently and retains heat exceptionally well, so your soups and pasta dishes will stay warm throughout the meal.

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was $89.99

Don’t worry: Even if you don’t make gratin every day (to be fair, they are delish), you’ll still get plenty of use out of this two-piece gratin dish set. You can whip up both sides and mains, including lasagna, casseroles, and desserts — as well as roasted meats and stewed vegetables. Plus, there’s no better dish to serve just about anything in.