Save Up to 65% Off Iconic Staub Cookware at Sur La Table

Save Up to 65% Off Iconic Staub Cookware at Sur La Table

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Vanessa Spilios
Dec 3, 2018
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Sur La Table is currently offering huge discounts on one of our favorite, high-end French cookware brands, Staub — on nearly ever piece they carry. And while these brand-specific sales can sometimes be deceptive, with the biggest discounts being on impractical things like giant cookware sets, one of our top picks is one of the most discounted at 65 percent off. Check out the entire sale here. All orders over $59 include free shipping, and as a cute bonus for those spending $200 or more on the Staub sale, Sur La Table is gifting a Jacques Pépin chicken knob, compatible with any of Staub's cocottes or ovens (a $24 dollar value if purchased alone during the sale).

Here are our top picks from the sale:

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Staub 4-Quart Round Cocotte, $99, was $284 (65% off)

A 4-quart cocotte like this one (basically the French term for a Dutch oven) is one of the most versatile sizes you can choose. But we wouldn't blame you if you didn't want to shell out the $284 it's normally listed for. Ideal for making stews, soups, and roasts, the pot is deep enough to accommodate bone-in cuts of meat. The underside of the lid is designed with special ridges to direct steam back into food to keep it moist (and also prevent hot water from dripping everywhere when you remove the lid). Available in three colors, we love the modern, matte black. Read more about the pros and cons of Staub Dutch ovens.

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Staub Heritage 3.5-Quart All-Day Pan with Domed Glass Lid, $150, was $250 (38% off)

The name really says it all. Staub's Heritage All-Day Pan will be in steady rotation in your kitchen, particularly during the colder months. Perfect for braising meats and roasts, baking casseroles, and sautéing or shallow-frying foods, the 11-inch diameter and 3.5-quart capacity can handle larger batches or quick stir-fries. The two helper handles makes transferring it from stovetop to oven to your table easy and safe. Compared to many other lidded braisers, the lid is made from glass, allowing you to monitor your food while it cooks. And the lid's geometry is tall and slightly more square, meaning your braiser can comfortably fit larger items like a whole chicken.

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