Cooking, like walking, reading, and streaming, is something we’re all doing a whole lot more of these days. As you get reacquainted with your kitchen, you might find that you’re missing key cookware in order to re-create that pasta dish from your favorite restaurant or, perhaps, put together an Easter feast. Either way, you won’t be going to the store anytime soon, but luckily Le Creuset’s famous factory-to-table sale (an event that’s usually location-specific) is online for everyone to shop.
Right now, the company is offering special discounts (up to 50 percent) on a large selection of its products across all categories, including cast iron, stoneware, enamel on steel, and stainless steel. If you’re lacking the tools you need to whip up deviled eggs or roast a ham, now is your chance to snap up the essentials, all from the comfort of your living room.
This one’s low-profile design is perfect for roasting. Test it out by making Julia Sherman’s cabbage recipe, which cooks almost like a turkey but with less work.
Add this little bowl to your cart to hold Easter’s most essential ingredient. It’s a delightful way to serve soft-boiled eggs or showcase your painterly creations, even if you’re celebrating solo.
The Dutch Oven
Assuming you won’t be having guests over this year, there’s no better time to make your first stew. The company’s cult-favorite Dutch oven instantly makes any meal look more put-together. Plus, it can go from stove to table on a trivet—no plating necessary.
Throwing a morning fete? Get brunch moving with a skillet grill for tried-and-true basics like scrambled eggs and bacon.
The French Press
If caffeine is the only thing getting you through quarantine, invest in this handy staple. By the time you go back to the office, you’ll have your routine down—no more waiting in line for your cup.
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