Staub Just Dropped a Sunny New Color for Spring — and It’s Already on Sale

published Mar 12, 2024
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Although we look forward to all the new products that drop each season, nothing gets us quite as excited as a new color launch. Even if we’re not dashing to replace our countertop appliances with KitchenAid’s just-released stand mixer color, it’s still fun to look. Cookware companies are also notorious for springing new hues on shoppers, especially when it comes to Staub’s enameled cast iron cookware. Indeed, the chef-approved brand just unveiled a sunny new color not even a week ago, and we’re already in love. Citron is a bold yellow that’s perfect for the warmer seasons and beyond, and best of all, it’s already on sale for select pieces! Just head to Williams Sonoma, where you can shop a handful of enameled cast iron essentials for more than $100 off in some cases. Products are going fast, so don’t hesitate to snag your next grill pan or braiser at a hefty discount.

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Williams Sonoma
was $170.00

This traditional cast iron skillet is quite the multitasker. Its enameled matte black interior allows for impressive searing without sticking, whether you're browning chicken breasts, frying bacon, or caramelizing onions. The even heat distribution also makes for excellent cooking, while the higher, straighter sides mean you'll have less splatter on your stove.

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Williams Sonoma
was $420.00

Bound to be one of the hardest working piece of cookware in your kitchen, this chic oval Dutch oven hits the sweet spot of capacity and practicality. At 6.5 quarts, it’s big enough for a roast chicken, a batch of stew, or a hefty vegetable side dish. It also transfers from oven to table beautifully, is stain- and chip-resistant, and promises to be the most relied upon kitchen essential in your arsenal.

3 / 4
Williams Sonoma
was $240.00

Bring the outdoors in with this game-changing grill pan. What makes it so special? Basically, you don't have to wait for temps to warm up to eat barbecue-style steak, seafood, and veggies — all complete with those appetizing sear marks. The pan's 12-inch sides allow for ample cooking space, so you can prepare eats for the whole household right on the stovetop.

4 / 4
Williams Sonoma
was $310.00

Braisers are a go-to for one-pot pasta recipes, but they are tremendously useful for plenty of other meals. With a heavyweight cast iron base to cook evenly and a matte black interior to aid in better browning, Staub’s Everything Braiser is perfectly named. Top it with the glass lid to lock in moisture, and you end up with flavorful proteins, from chicken to pork tenderloins and more.