Consumers looking to put some spring in their daily meal preparation while enlivening their home cookware will need to give Staub’s new Sage color a look.
Now available at Williams Sonoma, the high-end cookware in the eye-catching green tone is offered on four items: an enameled cast-iron Dutch oven, 3.5-quart enameled cast-iron everything pan, enameled cast-iron deep oven and enameled cast-iron fry pan. All items are made in France.
Sage, which was called a “restorative and calming green” by Food & Wine, is part of Staub’s cookware line that is made from the company’s innovative enamel coating and said to take cast-iron cooking to the next level.
A heavy lid to seal in moisture is paired with heat-retaining cast-iron that makes items such as the Dutch oven ideal for slow-cooking a variety of items.
All color selections from Staub feature multicoat enameling that provides a glossy, vibrantly colored “majolique” exterior finish resembling fine ceramics.
A unique item in the line is the everything pan. Designed for braising and slow-cooking, the pan can easily go from the oven to the table. Its glass lid offers a snug fit to retain heat and moisture while allowing a home chef to keep a watchful eye on the food.
A specially formulated black matte interior enamel contains traces of quartz, giving it additional heat resistance and a rougher surface that results in better browning.