This Le Creuset Pot Will Be Your Go-To for Winter Soups, Stews, and One-Pot Meals (And It’s More Than 50% Off)

published Jan 5, 2023
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Credit: Photo: Joe Lingeman; Food Stylist: Cyd McDowell

Nerding out over brands might be considered cringey by some, but here at AT, we’ll always be the most vocal fans of Le Creuset cookware. It all started with their famous Dutch oven, but we’ve also come to love other signature cast-iron kitchenware from them. Items including their classic skillet, stunning French press, and one-of-a-kind bread oven have captured our hearts (and our stomachs), allowing us to make a wide assortment of eats. It also doesn’t hurt that their cookware is easy on the eyes and always available in numerous colors! But, as familiar as we’ve gotten with this brand’s various product offerings, there’s one piece we want to call special attention to: Not only is Le Creuset’s 7.5-quart soup pot incredibly versatile, but right now, you can snag it for more than 50 percent off. It’s been marked down from $420 to $189 — a deal so good we can hardly believe it. So, what makes this pot so special? Allow me to elaborate.

For one, this soup pot is made of Le Creuset’s tried-and-true enameled cast-iron material, which is known for its stellar heat distribution capabilities. Whatever ingredients you put inside, they’ll be boiling in no time with no cold spots left by the end of the cook time. The cast iron will also keep your meal warm long after you’ve removed it from the burner, plus it’s not prone to chipping or staining. Another feature to note is the pot’s wide design. Unlike some stock pots that are tall, narrow, and thus difficult to scoop soup out of, this piece sports rounded edges and a 12.6-inch diameter that allows for plenty of mobility. You’ll be able to ladle with ease and not drip onto your stovetop.

Adding to the pot’s convenience are its easy-grip side handles, which allow you to transport it from stove to table without any mishaps. And, we can’t not mention its glass lid, which is almost airtight save for a small steam hole. By keeping the lid on as your food cooks, you’ll help it retain moisture and prevent any toughness. Arguably the best part is that you don’t need professional culinary skills in order to use this chef-grade pot: Simply throw in your ingredients, bring them to a boil, and let them simmer. When you’re ready for leftovers the next day, you can even reheat the pot in the oven up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit. It really doesn’t get any easier than that!

Buy: Soup Pot with Glass Lid, $189 (normally $420)