WT Curated Collection

Staub Cookware

Staub cast iron cookware is at the intersection of function and beauty. Kitchen workhorses, these heavy gorgeous pots and pans are designed and engineered. The exterior is available in a sophisticated and rich high gloss, almost glass-like, enamel finish color palette including grenadine and dark blue. For those emulating Michelin star chefs and super hero powers, Staub’s signature sleek panther-like black matte is a versatile chameleon: whether used over a fire in the great outdoors, or just to admire stove top in a Manhattan skyscraper apartment, Staub is a home chef’s best friend.

Self-Basting Lid Technology

Staub’s secret weapon and the technology that gives its cast iron an edge over all other contenders is the self-basting lid. The spikes on the underside of the lid are skillfully arranged to keep steam and moisture inside the pot while cooking.

Naturally Non-Stick

Staub cocottes (the French name for a Dutch Oven), gratins, frying and roasting pans, as well as other specialty cookware such as fondue and mussel pots, all sport a black matte porous interior that develops a natural seasoning over time that also becomes virtually non-stick the more you use it. To boot, the dark interior keeps the inside of the pot looking pristine--no staining, no scuff marks, another way in which Staub has succeeded in marrying practical use and purpose with gorgeous design.

Heirloom French Quality

When you purchase Staub cast iron cookware, you are investing in heirloom quality with a lifetime warranty.  Pot by pot, Staub supports its local community and continues to manufacture cast iron in Alsace, France.