Made In’s Black Friday Sale Includes the Popular Carbon Steel Skillet That’s Always Selling Out

published Nov 19, 2021
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When we hear “sale” and “Made In” in the same sentence, we do a little happy dance. So you can imagine our glee when we found out that this direct-to-consumer kitchenware brand is having its biggest sale of the year for Black Friday. Even better? It’s already started!

The editors at our sister site, Kitchn, have so many Made In favorites in their own kitchens. They’ve raved about their top picks, like the sleek serving platter, reliable blue carbon steel frying pan, lightweight roasting pan (that also made the list of Kitchn Essential Tools), and various high-performing knives. So with discounts of up to 25 percent, now is definitely the time to make Made In dreams come true for yourself and the home cooks on your gift list. To help get your search started, we included some of our top picks and editor-tested favorites below. Happy shopping, and even happier cooking!

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Made In
$109.00

While professional chefs have been using carbon steel skillets for years, Made In has figured out a way to make this material accessible and affordable for home cooks. And people love it — this pan is constantly selling out. Kitchn also ranked it as one of the best frying pans you can buy.

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$99.00
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Kitchn editors have gone on and on about how much they love Made In’s blue carbon steel cookware, much like this wok that has sold out several times since launching in January. Investing in this amazing piece of cookware will allow you to make an even wider variety of recipes; it’s incredible at frying but also works as a braiser, steamer, deep fryer, and much more.

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$99.00
was $139.00

By this point, are you surprised that this Made In blue carbon steel roasting pan made Kitchn's list of best roasting pans? Unlike other rectangular roasting pans, this one is designed with a smaller, oval rack. The carbon steel gets more nonstick the more you use it, so you’ll want to put this pan to work right away. It’s versatile enough for roasting poultry or baking casseroles and should be in everyone's kitchen, according to executive lifestyle director, Lisa.

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$109.00
was $129.00

For anyone on the hunt for an everyday frying pan, this nonstick one is a must-have item. It’s beloved by editors at Kitchn who can’t get over how durable its toxic-free nonstick surface is. And unlike most nonstick pans, it’s even oven safe! So you can sear a steak on the range and finish it in the oven, or even use it to bake a cobbler, all with easy cleanup afterward.

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Made In
$79.00
was $99.00

In addition to its amazing blue carbon steel cookware, Made In also has a line of high-performing nonstick cookware. This new nonstick saucepan promises the same easy release, plus a coating free of toxins, PFOA, and silicone. Use it for your stickiest caramels and risottos that require lots of simmering, and watch how great it holds up!

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Made In
$105.00
was $119.00

If you or someone on your shopping list needs a reliable blade that can do just about anything, this chef's knife is a great pick. It’s fully forged and nitrogen treated, resulting in a blade that had many reviewers super impressed with its sharpness. It’s a smart investment for any kitchen.

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Made In
$95.00
was $109.00

This Japanese-inspired Nakiri blade was so popular when it was released as a limited-edition item that Made In had to add it to their regular lineup. It’s designed with an extra-sharp, thin blade that’s perfect for slicing through fruit and vegetables seamlessly without squishing them. Meant for slicing (not sawing through), it’s great for any delicate, precise jobs thanks to its lightweight and nimble 7-ounce blade.

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Made In
$135.00
was $159.00

Looking for a knife that can chop right through tough, dense root veggies that usually give you a hard time? We swear by this Made In Santoku knife that one Kitchn editor calls an absolute beast. It’s perfect for tasks in the kitchen that usually feel on par with a workout, like chopping a spaghetti squash in half. It’s also great for effortlessly slicing through onions, garlic, and herbs for quick prepwork thanks to its stainless steel, hand-scalloped blade.

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Made In
$79.00
was $89.00

Love to cook but struggle when it comes to plating? Look no further than this sleek serving platter that’s crafted from vitrified china and then glazed for a strong, chip-resistant finish. Kitchn senior commerce editor,Danielle swears by it, touting its ability to make anything she cooks look amazing. Its simple design means it’ll be fitting for any occasion, whether a casual gathering or a formal holiday dinner.

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Made In
$69.00

Made In utilizes gorgeous French porcelain for their bakeware line, which results in a classy design that also happens to be extremely versatile. This dish is naturally nonstick, super durable, and thermal-shock resistant, so you can move it from the fridge to the oven with no problem. Choose one with a blue or red rim, or snag the entire piece in Slate Blue or Olive Green for a more dramatic look.

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$69.00
was $79.00

In addition to the square porcelain baking dish, Made In also has a gorgeous one for casseroles, lasagna, crumbles, cakes, and so much more. And at just $59, we think it would make for an especially amazing gift for anyone who loves making big batches of food. It’s extremely durable and can withstand dramatic temperature changes, so it's perfect for making dishes ahead of time and reheating them later.