Shoppers Say This Pan Is an “Absolute Essential”—and It’s More Than Half Off Right Now
Save $200 on Staub’s All Day pan.
If you’ve jumped on the bread baking bandwagon, chances are your Dutch oven is a little busy at the moment. But there’s an equally versatile vessel we’d like to call to your attention: Staub’s Heritage All Day pan. It expertly holds heat in the oven or on the stove top, making it perfect for braises, stews, and even baking fruit crisps and crumbles. And best of all, it’s 58% off at Sur La Table.
Typically priced as high as $371, you can save more than $200 on the glass domed-pan right now. It’s made from Staub’s celebrated enameled cast iron, which not only heats evenly and thoroughly, but comes pre-seasoned and ready to cook. Its 3.5-quart body and wide flat surface easily works as a skillet, sauté pan, roaster, or casserole dish, and the vintage-shaped handles make it easy to carry to your tabletop as a serving dish. What’s more, the All Day pan features a unique tight-fitting glass lid that locks in moisture while also allowing you to keep an eye on your food without opening it.
To buy: from $150 (originally from $357); surlatable.com
The All Day pan has an enthusiastic fan base, with over 150 five-star reviews on Sur La Table. Users share how adaptable and durable the cookware item is, with some calling it an “absolute essential.”
“I have cooked many one-pan meals and baked bread as well,” one customer wrote. “And it really is non-stick so cleanup is easy. In fact, I cook with it so much I leave it on the stove ready at all times.”
Others commented on how much they love Staub’s six enamel color options—which include, jewel-toned hues like Chive, Marin, and Grenadine—as well as its generous size.
“Stunning! Both in looks and function,” one said. “It is a great size too, I would say [it cooks enough food] easily for two to four people. I am going to get lots of use over the next many years.”
You can get the All Day pan for as low as $150 right now, but there’s no telling how long this discount will last. Who knows? You might even start to love it more than your Dutch oven!
This article originally appeared on Food & Wine.