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  • $15
    A stout pig lends its porcine shape to this cast-iron press, which flattens bacon strips for optimal cooking.Heavyweight cast iron flattens bacon strips for fast, even cooking.Minimizes shrinkage.Also handy for grilled sandwiches and quesadillas.Fits most 10" skillets.Wooden handle stays cool to the touch.
  • $23.95
    Americas oldest family-owned cookware foundry, Lodge has been forging cast-iron pots and pans since 1896. This heavyweight griddle provides exceptionally even heating, so foods sear, brown and cook beautifully. Preseasoned and ready to use, its ideal for preparing breakfast staples such as omelets, pancakes and hash browns as well as quesadillas and crepes. Heavyweight cast iron transfers and retains heat evenly. Preseasoned for a smooth finish that resists sticking and rust.
  • Sugg. Price: $50 Our Price: $35
    A vibrant accent for the countertop, this open container makes it easy to grab a pinch of salt when you're cooking. It's crafted in France of durable stoneware. High-fired stoneware is exceptionally strong. Durable porcelain enamel-glaze finish is easy to clean and resists chips, scratches and stains. Will not absorb odors or flavors. Colors coordinate with Le Creuset enameled cast-iron cookware.
  • Sugg. Price: $185 Our Price: $129.95
    Patterned after vintage designs found in Le Creusets archives, the Heritage collection re-creates the enameled cast-iron cookware that Chuck Williams brought over from France over half a century ago. Heavyweight cast-iron construction distributes heat slowly and evenly for uniform cooking and optimal browning. Sand-colored enamel interior resists staining and chipping and makes it easy to monitor food while cooking for less sticking and burning.
  • Sugg. Price: $230 Our Price: $160
    Inspired by nearly a century of culinary craftsmanship, Le Creuset is proud to present the Signature collection as the next evolution of its enameled cast-iron cookware. Signature seamlessly blends Le Creusets classic form and feel with the latest ergonomic and functional innovations. Its rounded base and high sides make this pan excellent for mixing and cooking sauces. Optimized for steady, even heat, Le Creusets improved enamel interior resists staining, dulling and wear and tear.
  • Sugg. Price: $310 Our Price: $200
    Le Creuset continues nearly a century of culinary craftsmanship with its Signature collection, the next evolution of its classic enameled cast-iron cookware. This Signature cast-iron grill pan and press set seamlessly blends Le Creusets classic form and feel with the latest ergonomic and functional innovations.
  • Sugg. Price: $286 Our Price: $200
    Staub brings enameled cast iron to traditional Moroccan tagine cooking with delicious results. This Staub tagine retains moisture during slow cooking to produce tender, soul-satisfying stews, couscous and rice dishes. This is a beautiful piece to bring out to the table for a dinner party: lift the lid and let the mouthwatering aromas fill the room. Includes enameled cast-iron base and stoneware top. Cone-shaped stoneware top recirculates moisture for tender, flavorful results.
  • $149.95
    A favorite in juice bars and restaurants, this commercial-grade citrus tool, now available for home use, tool presses only the fruit (not the bitter rind oil), so you enjoy the purest-tasting juices. Just press the handle to squeeze fresh, healthy juice for beverages or to use in your favorite recipes. Enameled cast-iron manual juicer is great for lemons, limes, oranges and grapefruits. Weighted lid and unique hinge work together to extract maximum juice with minimal effort.
  • Sugg. Price: $126.80 Our Price: $104.95
    Americas oldest family-owned cookware foundry, Lodge has been turning out cast-iron pots and pans since 1896. Preseasoned and ready to use, the pieces in this complete set represent Lodges most-asked-for cast-iron pots and pans. Heavyweight cast iron transfers and retains heat evenly. Preseasoned for a smooth finish that resists sticking and rust. Ideal for use on any type of cooktop, including induction. Made in USA. 5-Piece Set includes: 8" skillet. 10 1/4" skillet. 10 1/2" round griddle. 5-qt.
  • Sugg. Price: $100 Our Price: $70
    Staub's enameled cast-iron dish is perfect for baking and serving individual portions of escargot. Its deep, rounded indentations accommodate six succulent gastropods along with plenty of melted butter. Try this traditional French piece for escargots la bourguignonnesnails baked in their shells with garlic, butter and parsley. Classic French dish makes an elegant transition from the oven to your dining table. Cast iron retains heat beautifully, helping to keep food warm throughout your meal.
  • Sugg. Price: $164 Our Price: $79.95
    Staub's special set turns out thin, Breton-style crepes worthy of an authentic French crperie. The enameled cast-iron pan conducts heat flawlessly, so you enjoy consistent results from the first batch to the last. A wooden spreader helps you spread the batter evenly, while a companion spatula simplifies flipping crpes and removing them from the pan. Wide cooking surface is ideal for cooking crpesor use it as a griddle for pancakes, eggs or grilled cheese sandwiches.
  • Sugg. Price: $320$360 Our Price: $225$250
    Patterned after vintage designs found in Le Creusets archives, the Heritage collection re-creates the enameled cast-iron cookware that Chuck Williams brought over from France over half a century ago. These cocottes are optimized to provide steady, even heat for cooking and serving everything from slow-cooked pot au feu to braised meats and hearty casseroles. Beloved by generations of chefs, the pieces offer flawless performance and stove-to-table versatility.
  • Sugg. Price: $100$245 Our Price: $70$170
    Patterned after vintage designs found in Le Creusets archives, the Heritage collection re-creates the enameled cast-iron cookware that Chuck Williams brought over from France over half a century ago. These traditional gratin pans are ideal for baking everything from egg dishes to hearty vegetable gratins, and the larger pan can double as a roaster for chicken, pork loin or smaller beef roasts. Beloved by generations of chefs, the pieces offer flawless performance and stove-to-table versatility.
  • Sugg. Price: $360 Our Price: $179.95
    Patterned after vintage designs found in Le Creuset's archives, the Heritage collection re-creates the enameled cast-iron cookware that Chuck Williams brought over from France half a century ago. Tall, straight sides and a wide, flat bottom make this saut pan ideal for frying, searing and browning as well as reducing liquids for pans sauces and gravies. Heavyweight cast-iron construction distributes heat slowly and evenly for uniform cooking and optimal browning.
  • Sugg. Price: $93 Our Price: $65
    Bring single servings of beans, macaroni and cheese, fruit crisps and cobblers directly from the oven or grill to the table in this mini cocotte. It features Staubs innovative black-matte enamel coating, which takes cooking with cast iron to the next level with improved performance, style and durability. Matte Black cast iron features multi-coat enameling with low-gloss matte finish. Resistant to rust, chipping and cracking, the coating requires no additional seasoning like some other cast-iron pieces.
  • $54.95
    Preseasoned and ready to use, this generously sized heavyweight cast-iron fajita pan and trivet are perfect for oven-to-table presentation of sizzling fajita ingredients like skirt steak, green peppers and onions. The cast iron sears and browns beautifully and retains heat exceptionally well, which helps keep foods warm at the table. Heavyweight cast iron transfers and retains heat evenly. Preseasoned for a smooth finish that resists sticking and rust.
  • Sugg. Price: $310 Our Price: $129.95
    Not too tall, not too shallow, the Le Creuset shallow oven is perfect for smaller one-pot meals inspired by cozy French bistro favoriteseverything from homey, hearty stews and braises to bubbling mac and cheese. It's ideally sized for carrying to a potluck dinner, and the contents will still be warm when you arrive. Enameled cast-iron construction offers superior heat retention and requires no additional seasoning. Enameled interior resists staining, dulling and wear and tear.
  • Sugg. Price: $39.95 Sale $29.99
    Gather family and friends to share irresistible fondue served the old-fashioned way, over a warm flame in Cuisinarts cast-iron pot. Remove the cook-and-serve pot to prepare cheese or chocolate fondue on the stovetop, and use the serving stand to keep it piping-hot while family and friends dip in their favorite accompaniments. The extra-long forks rest securely in the slotted rim. Made of porcelain-enameled cast iron with a stainless-steel base for efficient, uniform heating.
  • $150
    Le Creuset's cookbook stand is made of enameled cast-iron, just like the company's famous cookware. Inspired by French architectural ironwork, the scrolled-pattern back is detachable and can be used as a trivet. This sturdy stand is a colorful addition to the countertop and great for holding a tablet too. Heavyweight cast-iron stand holds large cookbooks without tipping. Colorful exterior enamel resists chipping and cracking. Rubber tips keep pages open.
  • $128
    The large center spike of this pan radiates heat through the center of a chicken or other poultry for remarkably even cooking. Staubs innovative enamel coating takes cast iron cooking to the next level with improved performance, style and durability. Graphite color selection features glossy multi-coat enameling that ensures strength and heat resistance and creates a vibrantly colored majolique finish similar in appearance to fine ceramic for oven-to-table presentation.
  • $57.95$89.95
    Americas oldest family-owned cookware foundry, Lodge has been forging cast-iron pots and pans since 1896. Cast iron provides exceptionally even heating, so foods sear, brown and cook beautifully. Preseasoned and ready to use, this versatile Dutch oven is perfect for making slow-simmered batches of chili and stew, baking no-knead bread or braising pot roast. Heavyweight cast iron transfers and retains heat evenly. Preseasoned for a smooth finish that resists sticking and rust.
  • Sugg. Price: $753 Our Price: $449.95
    Le Creuset continues nearly a century of culinary craftsmanship with its Signature collection, the next evolution of the companys classic enameled cast-iron cookware. Signature seamlessly blends Le Creusets classic form and feel with the latest ergonomic and functional innovations. Optimized for steady, even heat, Le Creusets improved enamel interior resists staining, dulling, and wear and tear.
  • $29.95
    Designed especially for the grill, our cast-iron pot has a platform base that keeps it well above the flame, so sauces heat gently without burning. We've also included a signature basting brush with a mop-style cotton head considered by pit masters to be the best for applying barbecue sauces because it holds a generous amount of sauce. Specialized saucepot has an elevated platform base to keep barbecue sauces from burning. Cast iron heats up gently and evenly and retains heat the pot is off the grill.
  • $59.95
    Extend your Le Creuset collection to this oil and vinegar set. Useful for both prep and serving, the stoneware vessels cut a striking figure on your countertop and go right to the table when it's mealtime. High-fired stoneware is exceptionally strong. Durable porcelain enamel-glaze finish is easy to clean and resists chips, scratches and stains. Labeled with Huile d'Olive and Vinaigre. Stainless-steel pour spouts. Colors coordinate with Le Creuset enameled cast-iron cookware. Set of two for oil and vinegar.
  • Sugg. Price: $43$57 Our Price: $30$40
    Magnets inside these smooth beechwood trivets allow them to cling to the bottom of cast iron pans, so you can protect tables and countertops easily. Made by Staub, a renowned maker of cast iron cookware. Embedded magnets cling firmly to cast iron or other magnetic pans. Makes transferring hot pots to the counter or table easy and safe. Available in two sizes.
  • Sugg. Price: $300 Our Price: $210
    Whether you're cooking on a stovetop or an outdoor grill, this enameled cast-iron skillet performs impeccably. Its ample elongated shape is ideally suited to cooking everything from a pork loin or whole fish to generous portions of seasonal vegetables.Cast iron coated with durable porcelain enamel distributes heat slowly and evenly.Easy-clean nonreactive interior does not require seasoning.Excellent for searing, sauting, blackening and panfrying.Ideal for use on any cooktop, including induction.
  • Sugg. Price: $360$420 Our Price: $250$295
    Inspired by nearly a century of culinary craftsmanship, Le Creuset is proud to present the Signature collection as the next evolution of its enameled cast-iron cookware. Signature seamlessly blends Le Creusets classic form and feel with the latest ergonomic and functional innovations. This braiser with its tight-fitting lid helps food retain moisture and emerge juicy and tender. Its dish-like shape and vibrant color make it perfect for serving directly at the table.
  • Sugg. Price: $180 Our Price: $89.95
    Simple, healthy cooking starts with this French cast-iron griddle that performs equally well indoors or out. Use it for breakfast specialties like pancakes, French toast and sausage or put it to work cooking hot sandwiches like grilled cheese. The enameled cast-iron surface requires very little oil to achieve perfect browning, for naturally low-fat cooking. Slender grill fits over a single burner. Cast iron absorbs and distributes heat evenly, then retains heat for perfect searing.
  • Sugg. Price: $414 Our Price: $290
    Cast irons unparalleled ability to retain heat makes this oven a great choice for slow cooking hearty stews and soups as well as braising and roasting meat and poultry. It pairs an extra-wide cooking surface with sides high enough to contain liquids for braising and simmering. The pans innovative enamel coating takes cooking with cast iron to the next level with improved performance, style and durability.
  • Sugg. Price: $192 Our Price: $135
    You'll find this stylish cast-iron pot in French bistros and cafes, where chefs rely on it to prepare and serve their signature mussels in savory broth. The shell-shaped pot cooks mussels to perfection, then goes right to the table for presentation. It comes with a stainless-steel rack for holding the discarded shells. Shell-shaped pot has a built-in strainer that makes it easy to spoon up the flavorful broth plus a rack for holding discarded shells.
  • Sugg. Price: $290$330 Our Price: $200$230
    Ideal for preparing a meal for two, this versatile pan is crafted in France with a gently rounded shape and sloped sides that facilitate stirring and whisking. Its broad surface area speeds evaporation, making it useful for reducing sauces and simmering risotto, polenta and other grains. Cast iron coated with durable porcelain enamel distributes heat slowly and evenly. A special vented lid makes this piece especially useful for cooking vegetables, rice or pasta.
  • Sugg. Price: $286 Our Price: $200
    Slow-simmer sauces, melt butter, make oatmeal or reheat soups with this even-heating cast-iron saucepan. Staubs innovative enamel coating takes cooking with cast iron to the next level with improved performance, style and durability. Multi-coat enameling ensures strength and heat resistance and creates a deep, vibrantly colored majolique finish similar in appearance to fine ceramic for oven-to-table presentation.