Staub 7 Quart Oval Cocotte, Black
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- Made in France
- Heavy weight, tight-fitting lid retains moisture, spikes on the lid create a rain-forest effect evenly returning juices back onto food
- Oven safe up to 900F/482C without lid, Lids are oven safe up to 500F/260C
- Nickel steel knob
- Smooth enamel bottom works on all stovetops, including gas, electric, glass, ceramic, induction, and halogen
- Unique, interior matte texture results in exceptional browning
- Dishwasher safe, hand wash recommended
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The Staub journey begins in Alsace, France. Rich in history, food, and craft, it is a region renowned for hearty one-pot recipes. Staub has been producing the best cast iron products for professional and aspiring cooks since 1974. Staub’s French oven is a timeless standby for stews, roasts, soups, casseroles and other one-pot classics. Staub has perfected this tradition in our signature "La Cocotte" French Oven, the choice of some of the world's best chefs. La Cocotte moves beautifully from the stove to your table.
An inspired fusion of old and new, function and style, Staub's La Cocotte French ovens are destined to be lifelong members of any kitchen. Fill this handy 7-quart oval cocotte with lemon-rosemary chicken, a medley of garden vegetables, or hearty cioppino to turn out delicious, easy meals. Crafted of enameled cast iron for uniform warming and superior heat retention, the heavyweight cocotte performs best at low to medium temperatures over longer time periods so flavors intensify and foods stay scrumptiously moist. The interior features a black matte finish that is almost indestructible and doesn't need seasoning; rather, the oils produced in cooking seep into the surface pores to create an organic nonstick coating. The rougher matte also browns, braises, and reduces better than a shiny polished glaze. In a clever use of modern technology, the cocotte's tight-fitting lid is studded with computer-designed spikes that catch and release steam to self-baste the entire surface of the meal.
As handsome as it is hardworking, this vessel is fitted with a solid stainless-steel or brass finial that is generously sized for easy lifting and oven-safe to 600 degrees F. The exterior enamel also comes in a variety of fashionable colors that coordinate with other Staub cookware and offer an always-fresh serving appeal-go with a clean monochromatic look or mix up rich tones for a layered presentation. Cast in a single-use sand mold, each piece has its own subtle variations to make it truly unique, and the Staub name is molded into the lid and side handles for a fun rustic touch. The double-coated enamel resists chips and rust, and the smooth bottom is suitable for any cooking or dining surface. The cocotte goes safely into the dishwasher, though hand washing is recommended for heavy use, and it's backed by a lifetime limited warranty.--Kara Karll
From the Manufacturer
Why Cast Iron?
- Retains and redistributes heat for long periods of time
- Perfect for slow-cooking meals
- Perfect for beginners and professional cooks
Why Staub Enameled Cast Iron?
Because of its outstanding performance Staub is used and praised by the most celebrated chefs around the world.
- Self-basting spikes underneath the lid ensure continuous, natural basting
- The more you use your Staub product, the better it gets! Oils used when cooking will penetrate the pores of the matte enamel and create a natural, smooth, nonstick surface
- Special, smooth ceramic bottom is usable on all heat sources
- Lids feature stylish solid brass and stainless steel knobs
- Staub enameled cast iron products are highly durable, do not discolor or rust, resist chipping, do not require seasoning, and are ready to use immediately
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It still looks like new and I use it one to two times a week. This is made in France and they say that there is no lead in there glaze (it looks like some or most products made in China do).
This is extremely versatile and I've been using it for any kind of dish where I'm making big quantities (soup, whole chicken, eggplant Parmesan, curry, etc..). Finally there is no plastic parts so everything goes straight from stove top to oven without any concern even at high temperature! Cooking with it is always a pleasure.
Overall it is pricey but it will probably last you a life time with minimum care. It is enameled so you can hand wash it with warm water and natural dish soap safely.
It's could be a great Christmas gift if you know someone who love cooking :)
My only criticism is that the one enameled on the outside are hard to clean on the outside and would recommend you get one without the finish. The inside however, clean with ease.
Do yourself a favor, this might very well turnout to be the best pot you'll ever own.
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Amazing peace of mind cooking!