Staub’s Mega-Cute Tomato Cocotte Is 57% Off and Perfect for Summer Cooking

updated Jul 13, 2020
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If pumpkins are the fruit of fall, tomatoes take the crown for summer. The meaty, juicy fruit hits its peak during the warmer months, and we’re not complaining one bit about the tomato-themed love fest that ensues in our kitchens. In keeping with that spirit, Staub stocks a bright red tomato-shaped cocotte that’s hands down the cutest piece of cookware we’ve seen in a while. And just in case you were looking for an excuse to add the cocotte to your cart, it’s a whopping 57 percent off right now!

Although it’s shaped like a tomato, the cocotte is built just like Staub’s classic round cocotte and Dutch ovens that are known for delivering high-quality results. Made of cast iron and designed using traditional craftsmanship, the cocotte is perfect for baking bread, braising meats, sautéing summer vegetables, whipping up risotto and simmering sauces. Once your cocotte arrives, it’s good to go: The pan’s black matte interior doesn’t require any pre-seasoning and has a natural, rough texture that’s great for achieving the exceptional browning results cast iron cookware is known to deliver.

Staub’s cocotte is also compatible with all kinds of stovetops (induction included!) and can be popped in the oven for up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit on a low to medium setting. It’s also such a darned cutie that you’ll want to show it off on your dinner table. Once you’re done, the cocotte easily goes in the dishwasher for fuss-free cleanup. And to top it off, the gorgeous enameled exterior is chip and crack resistant, so your ripe tomato will look juicy and fresh for many summers to come.

There are so many pros to owning Staub cookware, but with the tomato cocotte, you get a lifelong guarantee of ooh’s and aahs along with exceptional cooking results. As for the 57 percent off? That’s just the tomato-sized cherry on the cake!

Buy: Staub Cast Iron 3-qt. Tomato Cocotte, $180 (normally $414)