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Staub Cast-Iron Round Cocotte

Sugg. Price $300 $757 Our Price $149.95 $564.95

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  • Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful and functional - adjust volume I've been fantasizing all year about having one - so glad I finally bought one for Christmas! Beautiful and functional. Just need to keep in mind that the stated volume is not the working volume. Technically the 4 quart holds 4 quarts but only all the way up to the brim. Actual working volume is 3.5 quarts.
    Date published: 2019-12-30
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love the newest color! I have numerous Staub cocottes in various sizes and colors (a bit of a collector, lol). The new color of cranberry is lovely. It is not as stark as the cherry and is a true cranberry color. If you have a Wolf range with the red knobs, it is about the same shade as the knobs and looks stunning on the stove top. Now, looks aside, you can’t beat Staub for quality and cooking ability. I use the 4 quart cocottes to make my no-knead bread, several loaves at a time. The loaves come out beautifully with a good crust and crumb. Staub excels at casserole-type dishes such as mac and cheese. Clean up is easy....just allow the cocotte to sit for a while (or overnight) and wash out gently with a sponge the next morning. Easy peasy. I know some people prefer another French brand because of their light interior, but I prefer the dark as stains don’t show. I have never had and problem with being able to judge if something is browning adequately. Take careful care of your quality cookware (recommend hand washing) and it will serve you well (and probably your offspring). Note, I have owned Staub for many years, but just received the cranberry one last week. My reviews as to use are based on all my Staub cocottes/braisers/roasting pans. All are superb, it’s your choice as to color(s). Enjoy!
    Date published: 2019-11-09
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not the quality I'd expect for the price I got this from my parents for a Christmas gift 3 or 4 years ago. The pot is very attractive and I got it in "Graphite." Within a year the edges rusted and the knob on the lid (which is a little small considering the weight of the lid) rusted inside the lid but since it happened when it wasn't screwed in all the way, the lid would spin whenever I'd pick it up. My only option was to send this heavy lid back to the manufacturer. I didn't because of the expense and the pot was otherwise (mostly) functional. About a year ago a piece of the interior flaked off. This pot was never nonstick despite following recommended use and care instructions but the flaking was the last straw. I'm only rating this one star because of the price. I've owned much less expensive enamel cast iron pots for several years and never had any issues with them. Very disappointing.
    Date published: 2019-01-01
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Loving Staub I own several Staub Iron round cocotte along with others and mine has never rusted. I am careful with cleaning. I also have owned some of mine over 3 years and have yet to experience any kind of rust. I have the tea pot the frying pan 2 round cocotte and 2 pots. I find this product on the expensive side however beautiful cookware awesome colors that match my kitchen
    Date published: 2018-10-30
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Rusts! I do like cooking in this pot, but it rusts every time I use it. I've followed every, single suggestion for using it too: followed oiling instructions before first use, slow heating, only wooden utensils, and I never put it in the dishwasher even though that's supposed to be fine. I was under the impression that the interior coating would prevent that. I contacted the company and sent a picture and they think I might have defective pot, but I have to send it to them to find out. I'm very disappointed; I could have spent a LOT less money on a noncoated Lodge but didn't want to have to deal with the rusting, as I've never had any luck seasoning a new cast iron pan. I guess I'll send it back, but WHAT A HASSLE!
    Date published: 2018-09-05
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Love and Disappointment This was a wedding gift from my father... I love Staub products but I am disappointed in this cocotte. The enamel coating has come off with just a few uses. I have always brought it up to heat gradually, yet it looks scorched. The cast iron is beginning to rust in spots. The bottom of the pot looks as though it has melted, too. I use an electric range. This pot is definitely NOT resistant to rust or heat.
    Date published: 2018-08-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great addition to our Staub collection Purchased the 9 qt. round in sesame. It pairs well with the 8-1/2 qt. oval Staub we purchased a couple of months ago.
    Date published: 2018-07-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Gorgeous! My new 5 1/2 qt. pot in Le Mer arrived yesterday and it is absolutely gorgeous. It is a better size for me than the 4 qt. and the color is mesmerizing. I love it. And it's not too heavy. So thrilled with Staub's quality. Cooking in Staub pots makes me a better cook. Food always turns out better in Staub.
    Date published: 2018-05-15
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  • Can someone ps explain the difference between Staub cast iron Dutch oven VS Staub cast iron cocotte. Both items are available at William Sonoma for same price and one seems slightly bigger than the other. 

    Asked by: Sarah
    The cocotte and dutch oven is essentially the same thing. This type of cooking vessel goes by both names and is intentionally presented by both for those customers that know it by one or the other. You can confidently make your purchase as they are one in the same.
    Answered by: Michelle N.
    Date published: 2019-12-02

    What's the difference between a 4qt round dutch oven and a round cocotte in Staub?

    Asked by: Maria
    We use Dutch oven and Cocotte interchangeably to describe all of our vessels with a larger bottom and straight sides. You will notice a difference in our French ovens, however, which have curved sides and smaller cooking surfaces.
    Answered by: Michelle N.
    Date published: 2019-11-21

    I am vascillating between the 4 qt Staub Cocotte & the 5 1/2 qt in same. I want to use for cooking corned beef & cabbage, pot roast dinner-dishes like that. Generally cooking for one, but sometimes have a couple of friends over for a meal. Any suggestions

    Asked by: DianeB
    The 4-qt cocotte is great for smaller roasts for up to 4 people, but it's not large enough to cook for a crowd.
    Answered by: Michelle N.
    Date published: 2019-11-19

    Used to pot maybe 5 times, cleaning and using as directed and it appears the interior coating is chipping. Is this item defective?

    Asked by: Kfitz13
    We're sorry to hear that you're not satisfied with your Staub purchase. If this is a new purchase within the return policy, I would suggest returning to the store of purchase for assistance as we are unable to determine warranty eligibility without actually reviewing the product. If the store is unable to assist you, please visit our site's warranty page for full instructions.
    Answered by: Michelle N.
    Date published: 2019-10-15

    my older staub oval dutch oven has the numbers "12 1/4 31" on the top. What does this translate to in quarts?

    Asked by: kuma
    Hi kuma, The first number is the distance in inches from one side of the oven to the other. The second number represents the capacity of the oven. 12 ¼ is the inches from side to side. 31 is 6.75 qts. This is an estimate because the ranges have changed over the years and each mold is hand-made and one of a kind.
    Answered by: Williams Sonoma
    Date published: 2019-11-29

    How does the 9qt round compare in effective size to the 7qt oval?  Will a large whole chicken fit in the 9qt round?

    Asked by: Polly
    Hi Polly, A chicken would fit in both. 10 lbs roughly.
    Answered by: Williams Sonoma
    Date published: 2019-02-22

    How many will 4 qt. serve?

    Asked by: lovz2shop
    It only good for heating sauces and small things. Honestly the 5.5qt or 7qt. would be better.
    Answered by: Dominick
    Date published: 2019-02-22

    I want to make a cassoulet for 12 people, what size french oven should I buy?

    Asked by: babalaska
    Hi babalaska, For 12 people, we recommend the 13 1/4-Qt. round oven/cocotte.
    Answered by: Williams Sonoma
    Date published: 2019-03-07
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