Staub’s Iconic Cookware Is Up to 60% Off — and These Are the 7 Best Deals to Grab Right Now

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It’s no secret that we’re huge fans of Staub’s top-quality cookware. The expertly made cast iron is legendary, and the stoneware is made with the same attention to detail. Staub’s heirloom-quality pieces are especially perfect to break out around the holidays, since they’re a dream to cook with, and, thanks to the candy-colored enamel finishes, look great on a table. But while they usually come with a hefty price tag, right now you can snag some of their most popular pieces for up to 60% off during what might be the biggest and best sale this Labor Day weekend: Staub’s Cookware Event. Whether you’re hosting a holiday dinner, prepping something to drop off with family, or just stress-baking some mac and cheese to eat while watching Elf, it’s the perfect time to pick up some Staub at a steep discount. (Plus, you can get a jump on holiday shopping for the food lover in your life. Yep, the sale is that good.)

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If you’re going to invest in a Dutch oven, this is the one to get. In fact, we’ve raved about Staub’s cocotte before: It’s the perfect shape to sit on a stovetop burner for slow-cooking meatballs and sauce — and inside, it’s roomy enough for high-yield stews and soups. Since it’s made from Staub’s legendary cast iron, you can sear a roast on the stovetop, finish it off in the oven, then take it straight to the table. And while hand-washing is recommended, the cocotte, available in a range of colors, is dishwasher safe.

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was $230.00

Summer may be winding down, but you can bring the BBQ indoors with Staub’s Pure Grill. The raised ridges allow fat to drip off while offering those coveted grill marks. And while cast iron can admittedly be heavy, the built-in handles make carrying the pan much easier. So enjoy grilled steaks, veggies, and more summer treats year-round, even if the weather outside is frightful.

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was $129.00

Cast-iron may be the flagship of the Staub brand, but the company also offers a superior stoneware line. The pieces boast excellent heat retention without absorbing moisture, so your apple spice cake will bake, not burn. Plus, they’re scratch resistant (thanks to the table-ready, porcelain-enamel finish), and last forever — whether you use them in the oven, microwave, freezer, or broiler. This baking dish duo offers two sizes — a 10.5″ x 7.5″ that’s perfect for big casseroles, and a 7.5″ x 6″ that’ll handle smaller entrées or side dishes like scalloped potatoes. Best of all? You’ll get two Staub pieces for $50.

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was $343.00

Meet your new kitchen MVP. Staub’s cast-iron skillet can fry up eggs and bacon, sear salmon, or braise short ribs. It’s all thanks to the unique design: High, straight sides allow you to sautée meat or fry up a grilled cheese. Plus, the high edges will keep sauces from sloshing onto your countertop — or your hand — while the spouts allow you to easily pour out excess fat.

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was $329.99

Colder weather calls for hearty meals, like one-pot stews, and slow-cooked meats and veggies. And Staub's 3.5-quart braiser is perfect for the task: The glass lid seals tightly, locking in moisture and keeping your lamb shank from drying out. And the black matte finish — a Staub signature feature — ensures meat will be browned, not burnt.

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was $300.00

An instant holiday heirloom, the pumpkin-shaped cast iron cocotte offers all the features that make Staub’s cast-iron Dutch ovens so loved — only wrapped up in a bright orange pumpkin with a gilded stem. Imagine serving pumpkin soup out of this festive cocotte! It’s an instant easy — and functional — centerpiece for holiday tablescapes, but it’s so gorgeous you’ll want to use it year-round. There's also a smaller 3.5-qt. sized pumpkin cocotte that's currently included in the flash sale as well!

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was $200.00

Make brownies, saucy pasta dishes — or that hundredth banana bread — in Staub's 9" x 9" baking dish. The included lid keeps food warm and contained, so there’s no mess if you’re bringing a dish to a holiday dinner. And if you’re looking for a larger yield, the 12” x 8” is also on sale for $100.