Inevitably, grilling season will end and your cravings will shift to foods that are decidedly on the cozy end of the spectrum—hearty chilis, warming stews, and freshly baked bread (which no doubt you’ve gained some experience making in the past few months). Now there’s an extra-great reason to finally get that Dutch oven to cook all those favorites in: The Le Creuset factory-to-table sale is back yet again, after making its online debut in March.
If you didn’t take advantage of the sale the first time around, now is your chance to get the colorful cookware of your dreams at a seriously discounted price. The heritage brand’s massive 9½-quart Dutch oven, for example, is available for $270, down 40 percent from its typical $450. Whether you’re planning on cooking up a storm the second temperatures cool or you’re simply looking for something that makes meal prep easier while also giving your kitchen a pretty update, the sale is full of great options. Here are our five favorites.
The Dutch Oven
Perfect for baking your weekly loaf of sourdough, cooking a Sunday roast, or even just whipping up a weeknight pasta for the whole family, this large Dutch oven is a true kitchen hero.
Grill season doesn’t have to end in autumn. This stovetop addition will help you get the perfect sear on meat and veggies all year round.
A soufflé dish has way more uses than its name suggests: Get a few and use them to make pot pies, single-serve desserts, and more.
You might most often use this versatile dish to roast vegetables or bake mac and cheese, but when you’re craving something sweet, it’s also the perfect size for brownies.
Small but mighty, the cocotte is a great baking dish for vegetable sides and single-portion desserts. You can also use it as a serving bowl: Consider the ice cream sundae.
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