Gear Up for Spring Cooking with Sur La Table’s Epic Sale on Top Cookware Brands

updated Mar 19, 2021
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With the weather slowly getting warmer, we’re excited to switch up our cooking routine, and the first step is inspecting old cookware pieces and getting rid of any scratched, busted-up pots and pans. Well, happily, Sur La Table is giving us the perfect excuse to shop: Their massive Cookware Event runs from now through April 5, offering incredibly sweet deals on top cookware brands. We’re talking up to 60 percent off brands like Le Creuset, Staub, Scanpan, Lodge, and many more! So if you’re ready to bring home a new piece of cookware, Sur La Table likely has a deal with your name on it. Below, we rounded up our favorite finds, but be sure to browse the rest of the sale for more great options.

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According to our editor-in-chief Faith, Lodge's iconic skillets are “the do-everything, default pan that makes everything you cook in it taste just a little bit better, thanks to the heat and the sear you get.” It also works with any type of cooking range and loves the oven, so you can whip up a frittata or even dessert in the very same pan. Choose between the 10-inch or 12-inch sizes — both are on sale.

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Made from high-quality, heavy-duty stoneware, Staub's beautiful baking dish will quickly become your favorite for spring casseroles, cobblers, gratins, and more. It's coated with a porcelain-enamel finish that makes it super scratch resistant and easy to clean, so you'll never have to worry about stains or scratches (aka you'll be enjoying your epic score — almost 60 percent off! — for years to come).

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If you’re thinking that all paring knives are created equal(ish), think again. Zwilling's four-inch paring knife has a blade forged from a single piece of ice-hardened, high-carbon stainless steel that’s resistant to corrosion and holds an exceptionally sharp edge. Plus, the handle itself is made from a durable polypropylene that’s bonded to the knife blade without any gaps or rivets, making it much less likely for bacteria to get trapped. It's perfect for everyday prep like peeling an apple, mincing herbs, or deveining shrimp.

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was $486.00

If you enjoy big-batch cooking, Staub's tall cocotte is the way to go. The extra height (rather than width) gives you the flexibility to make your favorite soup or curry recipes without having to scale down. And since it's made from Staub's iconic heavy cast iron construction, the cocotte retains and distributes heat beautifully.

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was $195.00

So what if you don't have an outdoor space or if crummy weather rained on your grilling parade. Le Creuset's Bistro Grill is the secret to enjoying backyard favorites come rain or shine. The black, enameled interior requires absolutely no seasoning (so it's ready to go right out of the box!), while the ribbed cooking surface gives you those covetable grill marks and allows fat to drain away.

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Made from 100 percent recycled aluminum, Danish brand Scanpan's hand-cast skillet is designed to make everyday cooking easy, quick, and safe. Unlike regular nonstick skillets, the pan has a slick Stratanium coating that allows you to sear and deep-fry ingredients without anything sticking. Plus, it's built to withstand temperatures of up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit, so you can transfer your eggs to the oven for that extra bake without causing any warping.

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Le Creuset's enameled round wide Dutch oven is perfect to whip up a big batch of chili, roast a whole chicken, or expertly prepare some mussels for moules frites. The wide base gives you plenty of surface area to brown things to perfection, while the tight-fitting lid helps retain moisture while cooking.