Staub Is Offering Ridiculously Low Prices on Their Top-Selling Cookware

published Mar 17, 2022
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Let’s be honest, the most important thing to keep in mind when buying new cookware is the quality. You need pieces that are durable, multifunctional, and long lasting… you know, that pot or pan you reach for time and time again. When it comes to finding new do-it-all pieces, we believe that minor aesthetic imperfections really shouldn’t factor into decision making — especially when we’re talking about a sale. In fact, sometimes it’s the little flaws that make things all the more lovable (and affordable).

If you’re on the search for some new cookware essentials, we have some great news for you: Staub is hosting a huge St. Patrick’s Day sale of “visually imperfect” cookware – aka perfectly functioning pieces with minor blemishes — at up to 80 percent off. We pulled together a list of some of our favorites so you can get a hold of your new go-to pieces ASAP before they’re out of stock.

1 / 9
was $443.00

Who said your cookware has to be dull? This special-edition Turquoise Round Cocotte is the perfect size for everyday cooking, and its bright hue is a stunning addition to your cookware arsenal. Thanks to the heavy-duty cast iron make and self-basting, spiked lid, this piece is great for tender vegetables, caramelized onions, and spring roasts.

2 / 9
was $300.00

Mimic an outdoor grill from the comfort of your kitchen on your stovetop (even on induction) or get perfect sear marks in the oven. This do-it-all pan even goes on top of your outdoor grill so you don't have to worry about losing veggies in between the grates. Plus, thanks to its hefty cast iron build, you'll get evenly distributed heat no matter what you plan to cook.

3 / 9
was $343.00

The interior of this enameled cast iron wok is ready to tackle so much more than just stir fry. With its sloped sides and easy-grip handles, this pan can be used to sauté, steam, fry, braise... you name it. With a fry deck that clips on the top of the pan, this multitasker can do it all. Plus, the glass lid lets you keep an eye on whatever it is you decide to whip up.

4 / 9
was $329.00

Made in France, this traditional cast iron skillet is quite the multitasker, and its enameled, black matte interior allows for impressive searing (sans sticking). From browning chicken breasts to frying bacon to caramelizing onions, this pan does it all. The even heat distribution makes for excellent cooking, while the higher, straighter sides translate to less splatter on your stove.

5 / 9
was $429.00

Tomato season is just around the corner, and as we prep for a summer full of juicy heirloom and sweet cherry tomatoes, we can't think of a better way to usher in the season than with this specialty cocotte. Inspired by the Brandywine tomato, each of these artisan-made pieces is one of a kind. Safe for the dishwasher, oven, and induction stovetop, this eyecatcher has all of the favorite features of a signature Staub cocotte, but with a whole lot more flair.

6 / 9
was $329.00

It's about time to start whipping out the cobbler recipes! This Rectangular Oven Dish is the perfect piece of cookware for those sweet springtime desserts. And that's not all: With a smooth enameled surface and wide, easy-to-grip handles, this dish will flawlessly roast veggies, bake casseroles, broil potatoes, or handle just about anything else you decide to stick in your oven.

7 / 9
was $457.00

This French Oven is equipped with a special Chistera lid designed to retain moisture. The innovative drop structure redistributes condensation, essentially doing all the basting for you. With superior heat distribution, you can expect perfectly seared, caramelized, and braised dishes with minimal effort.

8 / 9
was $386.00

It’s worth grabbing this pan even if you never, ever use it to cook paella. The generous 13.5" diameter makes this beauty ideal for searing meat and fish without crowding the pan. It’s also incredibly durable, easy to use, and oven safe up to 900 degrees. With handy pouring spouts, you can easily drain fat or excess liquid. The best part? When you're done, just pop it in the dishwasher.

9 / 9
was $586.00

Are you ready for herbacious springtime stews, juicy braised chicken, creamy asparagus risotto, or any other wonderful dish that celebrates the warmer months to come? Then you need a cast iron cocotte like this one. It has a capacity of 8.5 quarts, and the matte black enamel interior and self-basting spiked lid maximize flavor for unforgettable meals. It's truly an heirloom piece, and at such a steep discount, now's the time to buy.