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Summertime is also means it's wedding season, baby! And if there’s one thing on everyone’s wedding registry, it's a good Dutch oven. Not only are these cast iron pots absolutely gorgeous, but they are incredibly versatile and can sauté vegetables, cook soups and stews, braise meat, and bake bread all in one with the added bonus of longevity. But most people have don’t typically consider getting a Dutch oven before they get married, mostly because of the high price point associated with iconic brands like Le Creuset and Staub. Honestly, I might start looking for a husband just so I can add one to my cooking repertoire.
But right now, owning a high-end Dutch oven without a wedding band (or at least getting your friend one for her wedding without breaking the bank) is in reach. Sur La Table is running a sale that features up to 65% off Staub cookware for a limited time. Now, granted, not all of the coveted Round Cocottes are on sale, but we found an incredible deal on the 6-quart Staub Shallow Wide Round Cocotte. This Dutch oven typically goes for $280, but right now you can get it for $250 in select colors, which just so happens to be the lowest price we’ve ever seen for this model.
After testing the best Dutch ovens, we found that Staub was actually superior to the popular Le Creuset because it aced every test from braising meat to sauteing vegetables. Its winning feature, though, is its shape, which fits much better on the stove, so you can actually use the other burners at the same time.
You can also find discounts on other incredible Staub products like a steam grill, a double-burner griddle, and a Heritage Coquette. This sale only goes until Monday, June 10, so you have limited time to get a great price on a Dutch oven for your distant cousin's wedding or your master chef dad for Father’s Day, or you know, for yourself because you deserve the best, wedding ring or not.
Prices are accurate at the time this article was published, but may change over time.