- Le Creuset Signature Cast-Iron Round Dutch Oven Sugg. Price $140 – $570 Our Price $103.96 – $425
- Le Creuset Cast-Iron Rectangular Skinny Grill Sugg. Price $185 Our Price $79.96 – $99.95
- Le Creuset Signature Fry Pan Sugg. Price $170 – $285 Our Price $170 – $200
- Le Creuset Classic Tea Kettle Sugg. Price $145 Our Price $100
Le Creuset Marine Blue
Eating together as a family is a good opportunity to spend some time together. However, for mealtimes to be a success, everyone needs to feel relaxed. That’s where we come in. At Williams-Sonoma, we know color affects your mood. We make sure the high-quality cookware we sell has something special that makes the room come to life. Le Creuset pieces are famous for their intense colors. They also have an interesting gradient effect that makes those tones really pop out at you. Le Creuset’s Marine Blue collection is no exception. Take things a step farther with dinnerware that reflects your personality.
Whatever you need. Le Creuset Dutch ovens and casseroles come in different shapes and sizes. That comes in handy when you’re planning meals. Just pick the container with enough space for what you want to cook. If you have a big family, big cookware is better. Depending on the style, you like, our cookware can hold as little as one quart or as many as nine. Roasts fit well in oval containers. Round ones are good for soups and stews. If your kids love lasagna – and, of course they do – then a rectangular covered casserole is the way to go. When equipping your kitchen, don’t forget about a good saute pan. They do much of heavy lifting in most kitchens.
Blue works. There’s a reason why people are so fond of blue. It’s a happy color. It helps you feel relaxed and refreshed. Rooms painted shades of blue feel energetic and positive. It makes everything seem a little bit brighter, including the home’s ambience. All of that is ideal for the kitchen. That way you feel inspired to create. Cooking is less stressful when you’re surrounded by pops of color. Using Le Creuset Marine Blue on your countertop is also a way to exercise your interior decorator. Play around with wall colors, cookware, cabinet surfaces and other accents to breathe life into the whole space. For other hues to choose from, check out our full line of Le Creuset cookware.
If you are wondering why to choose stoneware, you should know that it’s very versatile. You can use it on the stove top, inside the oven, put it in the refrigerator or store it in the freezer. That means you can sear a roast on the stove, and then chop up some veggies, toss in some wine and pop it in the oven – all in the same pot. Both glazed stoneware and enameled cast iron retains heat well. For a thick stew, that’s important since it makes sure that everything cooks at the same time. No burning – just lots of flavor and it cooks when you’re not even there. You can be at work or picking up the kids and dinner is practically making itself. Homemade pizza, which is another fast family favorite, isn’t hard with a pizza oven and the right tools.
Our cookware is built to last. Stoneware is one of the most durable cooking materials you can find. It’s resistant to scratching, chipping and staining, so pieces stay just as beautiful even after years. Those gorgeous colors won’t fade with cooking. Large handles give you lots of space to grab the containers without problems, even when you’ve got oven mitts on. Le Creuset cookware also stands up to the dishwasher just fine.
Hearty can also mean healthy. With a stove-top grill made out of enameled cast iron, you can grill chicken breast or pork chops anytime you want, no matter what the weather is like outside. Sear like a pro without even doing hardly anything. The raised grooves keep your proteins away from all the drippings, so you don’t even have to feel guilty afterward. The best part of a stove-top grill, which works in the broiler as well, is that it lets you grill things you normally couldn’t, like asparagus, mushrooms and shrimp. One tip for adding lots of flavor to your food without processed ingredients is to use a mortar and pestle to grind up fresh herbs and spices.