Staub’s Popular Cast Iron Cookware Is Up to 75% Off Right Now — Including the Classic Cocotte

published Aug 29, 2022
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It’s the imperfections that make the world beautiful, right? So, hear us out when we say that you are definitely going to want to check out the “imperfect” cookware that’s majorly discounted as part of Staub’s Labor Day Sale

These pieces typically go for hundreds of dollars — and they’re worth every penny — but due to slight visual flaws, they’re on sale for up to 73 percent off. Each item still carries Staub’s impeccable craftsmanship and peak performance, so what’s a little paint bubble compared to $200 or more off, right? Only certain colors qualify for savings, but with the wide variety of sizes and colors of Staub’s signature cocottes and specialty pans, you’re sure to find a deal you won’t be able to resist. Below, we picked out our absolute favorite finds from the sale. They’re all discounted, and they all deserve a happy, loving home. They’re also selling out fast — so grab them while you can.

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1 / 9
was $557.00

No, that price is not a typo – this eye-catching, cherry-red cocotte is on sale for more than $200 off the regular price! Like all Staub cocottes, this Dutch oven is crafted from enameled cast iron that facilitates even, consistent cooking. This 5.75-quart multitasker is ideal for slow-cooked meals, soups, and stews, as well as making delicious roasts, braises, and casseroles. You can even throw it into the dishwasher when you're done.

2 / 9
was $386.00

It’s worth grabbing this pan even if you never, ever use it for paella. The generous 13.5-inch diameter makes this piece ideal for searing meat and fish without crowding the pan. It’s also incredibly durable, easy to use, and oven-safe up to 900 degrees Fahrenheit. With handy pouring spouts, you can also drain fat or excess liquid with no mess.

3 / 9
was $443.00

Who says you can't sport white after Labor Day? This four-quart round cocotte is perfect for all of the fall soups and stews you've been planning. We’re big fans of the lid, which features a dimpled interior to distribute moisture to the pot's contents. The white color is a sought-after hue in Staub’s line, making this even more of a steal.

4 / 9
was $135.00

A Staub cast-iron frying pan for $40? Yes, please! This modestly sized pan will be your go-to for sides, small dishes, quick sears, and more. It distributes heat quickly and evenly, so it's also great for flash-frying. But don't worry — it's just as useful for your morning omelet and other everyday dishes. Plus, since the interior sports a matte-black enamel, you can use less oil than you would in a traditional pan.

5 / 9
was $200.00

Oven safe up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit, this panini press will totally up your sandwich game. It's designed to nestle into Staub's 12-inch grill pan, but you can pair it with any cookware you want — just be sure it will fit first. This 5.5-pound weight is ribbed, so that you can add grill marks to both sides of your meats, veggies, and breads at once. (It's safe to use in the dishwasher, too!)

6 / 9
was $529.00

This generously sized five-quart pot adds height to the classic four-quart cocotte to deliver extra real estate for cooking — without taking up more space on your stovetop. It's super handy for dishes that rise, such as soufflés, as well as bone-in meat cuts. Since cast iron provides even heat, this pot is also a great pick for simmering stews and soups or slow-cooking meats and veggies.

7 / 9
was $189.99

Cast-iron frying pans are durable kitchen staples for crispy main courses and golden-brown side dishes. The low, curved sides on this baby are handy for flipping food like a pro chef, and everything should brown evenly thanks to the cast-iron base — no pre-seasoning required. The added spouts make it easy to pour out leftover oil or liquids without making a mess.

8 / 9
was $557.00

Featuring superior cast-iron construction, this pot can do it all: braise meats, brown chicken, slow-cook a tenderloin, you name it. It’s even perfect for baking bread, since the tight-fitting lid locks in moisture and allows dough to get a good rise. Since it's cast iron, it can transfer and retain heat evenly, whether you’re using it on the stove or in the oven. And, the enamel finish will prevent food from sticking to the bottom or sauces from staining the surface.

9 / 9
was $243.00

Seeking a year-round sear on your steak, burgers, veggies, and more? Look to this Staub grill pan that's perfect for indoor use on the stove. Its size means that it's compact enough to store easily and not too heavy for frequent use, but it's still large enough to fit up to four burgers at a time. Reviewers note that it's also a perfect accessory for the outdoor grill to keep smaller items like shrimp or asparagus from falling through the cracks.