The Best Food52 Cyber Monday Deals Are Rife With 20% Off Fancy Kitchen Finds
Including a proper copper kettle.
Updated Nov 28, 2022 6:23 PM
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There may be no better place to find a gift for the caffeine fanatic or cooking enthusiast in your life other than Food52. From staple investment pieces to stackable, party-proof glassware, get ready to score exclusive colors and styles for a fraction of their normal cost (we’re talking a cast-iron cocotte for $300 off and Sabre flatware for less than $200). For Cyber Monday, the entire site is 20% off—all you have to do is pop in the code CHEERS20 at checkout. To help you narrow the choices, we rounded up the best Cyber Monday deals that we’re most excited about (and think your giftees will be, too!).
Our Favorite Food52 Cyber Monday Deals
- Newey & Bloomer Simplex Buckingham No 1 Tea Kettle
- Staub Cast-Iron Tall Cocotte
- Five Two Over-the-Sink Drying Rack
- Five Two Compost Bin
- Kinto Kakomi Ceramic Donabe
- Dansk Købenstyle Baker
- Proteak Extra Large End Grain Carving Board
- Berti Italian Kitchen Knives
- Glasvin Universal Wine Glass
- Madre Set of 4 Linen Napkins
- Mosser Colored Glass Cake Stand
- Emile Henry French Storage Fruit Bowl
- Gingham Linen Holiday Tree Skirt
- Cody Foster Vintage-Inspired Food Ornaments
Combined, Staub and Newey & Bloomer have well over 100 years of experience mastering the makes of stovetop essentials, and both are known for more than their products’ dapper good looks. Newey & Bloomer has been producing teakettles since 1903, and these Birmingham-made, 100% copper vessels aren’t just for looks. A built-in coil better retains heat, which will get your water roaring rapidly on a gas or electric stove, and the beechwood handles promise to stay cool to the touch.
While Staub may not be the oldest Dutch oven brand, it’s certainly one of the best. This taller, more compact version of the classic is a great gift for those who only need to dish out smaller servings of stew and soup—’tis the season, after all. And during Food52’s Cyber Monday sales event, these heirloom-quality pieces are available at more budget-friendly price points.
Get ready to handle the heat. This Japan-made, ceramic pot can steam, cook, and simmer—it’s also microwave- and flame-safe. Then all you have to do is remove the lid to present and serve. And yes, the new plum shade of darling Danish brand Dansk’s Købenstyle bakeware looks great at the center of a dining table, but it’s also oven-, stovetop-, and freezer-friendly, making it a go-to vessel to whip up a sheet-pan pie or egg bake. The enamel-coated carbon steel can take on high temps without looking scorched.
Food52’s very own Five Two line can help you out with kitchen maintenance, too. Two of our editors were personally blown away by the over-the-sink dish drying rack (“The unobtrusive rack lays flat over your sink, and when you’re done with your dishes, you can roll it up and stash it in a drawer,” notes style editor Julia Stevens.)
And who knew—a pretty compost bin that actually traps bad odors and won’t cost you more than $40 right now. You can leave this silicone bin out in the kitchen without it stinking up your whole place thanks to an airtight lid. It’s rated 4.8 stars and backed by 70-plus positive reviews that go into detail about how loved this sleek, sturdy, and low-maintenance buy is (all you have to do is wipe it down with water).
If having to stow all your things away is a hassle (or you simply don’t have the space), you’ll want to invest in items that are chic enough to leave out. For a pretty prep station, we’d like to point you in the direction of Proteak’s insanely large carving board; the end-grain structure is a visual delight. It’s durable enough to take on daily dicing tasks and formal feasts at holiday functions (perhaps a great gift for your mom, who’s always hosting?).
Berti’s punchy red set of knives is our top pick for carving, paring, dicing, you name it. Each one ships supersharp, according to previous purchasers, who also confirm they’re worth the splurge, especially the magnetic block (one reviewer describes them as “ingenious”). Though hurry if these are on your to-buy list—Food52 notes there’s only a few left.
Dressing up a table or stocking a bar cart could be counted among more than one Domino editor’s favorite pastime. Pull together mismatched bowls and dishes with the same colorful set of cloth napkins—Madre is one of our all-time favorites—in exclusive colors to Food52 and a stylish stem (Glasvin just so happens to be deputy commerce editor Samantha Weiss-Hills’s go-to at the moment). Both are included in Food52’s best Cyber Monday deals.
Exclusive to Food52, we also spotted an assortment of colorful cake stands in a range of sizes, from 6 to 12 inches, all up to 20% off. So if you want more than one, we wouldn’t blame you; Food52 even recommends displaying them together for a tiered effect.
To store your daily grocery runs, your (or your friends’) counter definitely deserves this special fruit bowl combo; the upper cork layer allows certain produce to breathe while simultaneously keeping a lid on those that prefer to be stored in a dark place (looking at you, garlic cloves).
Holiday items from Food52 are included in its Cyber Monday promo and should ship and arrive at your doorstep sometime around December 3. We’d personally go for the linen gingham tree skirts to fit a classic Christmas palette of holly red or pine tree green, or Cody Foster’s glittery grocery ornaments. (Popcorn and cranberries have always gone on the tree, so why not anchovies and bagels?)