Le Creuset Just Added Dozens of Pieces in This Gorgeous, Limited-Edition Color — and Most Are on Sale

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It’s always a big deal when Le Creuset introduces a new limited-edition color to their classic rainbow of hues. Given their track record, you know it’s going to be gorgeous and worth adding to your collection. Which is why we’re thrilled that the brand just added even more pieces in its Deep Teal colorway. Just in time for fall and all that cold-weather cooking, the expanded collection includes their most popular cookware pieces along with tons of bakeware essentials. And while they’re handy in the kitchen, just imagine that regal teal on a holiday tablescape! Some of the pieces are already on sale for up to 40 percent off, but these prices — and the stock — won’t last long, so snag your favorite items while you can. Below are some of the newest Deep Teal additions, but be sure to check out the entire collection here.

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Ah, the ubiquitous Dutch oven. It’s perfect for all those cold-weather meals, like hearty stews, soups, and roasts, but it’s also great for baking a loaf of no-knead bread. This iconic piece boasts superior heat retention, and Le Creuset’s easy-care enameled interior, which doesn’t require seasoning. You can score the popular 5.5-qt. — perfect for family-sized meals — for $360, but the 4.5-qt. ($335) and 7.25-qt. ($400) sizes are also available in the Deep Teal colorway.

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was $67.00

While Le Creuset may be synonymous with cast-iron, their stoneware offers the same superior craftsmanship, excellent heat retention, and versatility. Plus, the dishes can be used in the freezer, oven, microwave, broiler, and dishwasher. With this set, you’ll get 5-in. and 8-in. pans, perfect for cheesy baked pastas, brownies, scalloped potatoes, and more.

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was $380.00

The wider shape means more surface area, so your meat and veggies will get a chance to brown beautifully. Plus, at a 6.75-qt capacity, it’s perfect for larger groups. And since the last thing anyone wants to do after cooking all day is clean, you can just pop it into the dishwasher when you’re done.

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was $170.00

Not quite ready to say goodbye to summer cuisine? Le Creuset's grill allows you to bring everything you love about barbecues indoors. The raised ridges will give steak those coveted grill marks, while the smartly designed spouts and handles let you pour out excess fat. Now you can enjoy grilled corn, sausage — and, of course, summertime staples like hot dogs and hamburgers — no matter what the forecast says.

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was $300.00

We’ve praised this ultra-versatile pan before, and with good reason: The Sauteuse does the work of a skillet and a Dutch oven. Sear meat in the wide, flat bottom, or bake pastas or jambalaya, thanks to the higher, sloping sides. You’ll be using it so often, you might never put it away — but since it’s a gorgeous jewel tone, that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

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was $72.00

Every day’s a hot chocolate day when you’ve got these bright mugs. Featuring the Le Creuset name near the base and crafted from the same stoneware used for their baking dishes, the charming mugs offer an ample 14-oz. capacity, and are sure to keep coffee, tea, cocoa, hot toddies, and more toasty warm. Plus, how cute (and coordinated!) would they look when serving eggnog on Christmas morning!