Food52 x Staub Petite French Oven Stovetop Rice Cooker, 1.5QT
Go with the grain.
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Introducing the Food52 x Staub collection, our first exclusive line of cookware in blue and brass with the heritage French cast iron experts. They've been making beautiful, high-quality enameled cast iron pots from the Alsace region since 1974.
Our rice cooker has all the things you know and love about Staub—the indestructible cast iron, top-notch heat distribution, superior moisture distribution, and the beautiful, easy-to-clean enamel finish. We gave it the Food52 touch with a deep blue shine and a warm brass handle (a color combo that makes us swoon!), and now we’re also offering it in a gorgeous grey graphite with brass knob (our founders’ favorite pairing), in addition to matte black with brass, and grenadine and stainless.
This cute-as-can-be cooker channels the function of your countertop cooker with the simplicity of your cast iron pots. We’re reaching for it whenever we need to cook a pot of rice or other grains, keeping them moist and fluffy—or even when we need to boil a couple of eggs or heat up leftovers.
Photography by Mark Weinberg, Rocky Luten & Bobbi Lin
Details & Materials -
Enameled cast iron; stainless steel, nickel, or brass knob
6.5” in diameter x 6.25” H and accommodates 1.5 quarts (approximately 4 cups cooked rice)
Care & Notes
For use on any cooktop, including induction. Oven and broiler safe up to 500°F. Use plastic or wood utensils only as metal utensils may damage the enamel. Allow pan to cool before washing. Dishwasher safe, although hand washing is recommended. To remove stubborn stains soak your pot in hot soapy water for a few minutes. Avoid using steel wool, steel scouring pads, harsh detergents, bleach, or abrasive cleaners.
Shipping & Returns
Cannot be shipped to U.S. Territories or P.O.Box/APO/FPO/DPO addresses.
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