Food52 x Staub Piglet Glass-Lidded Braiser, 3.5QT
Here, piggy piggy.
In celebration of our annual cookbook matchup dubbed “The Piglet" (read more about our last page-turning face-off here) Staub topped our favorite glass-lidded braiser with a stainless steel piglet knob—just for us! We only have a few left of these exclusive Piglet pots, so grab yours and go wee wee wee, all the way home!
Staub’s cast iron braiser is one of our favorite multi-purpose pans: It braises short ribs and stews, of course, but it also bakes up fruit crisps and cheesy pastas, roasts chickens, fries fritters, cooks pancakes on its wide flat surface… and pretty much anything and everything else. Then Staub went ahead and blew our minds by adding a lightweight glass lid; now, we can see what we’re cooking while it cooks and steam our veggies in style.
Details & Materials -
Enameled cast iron, glass lid, stainless steel knob
12" in diameter (15.4" W with handles) x 5" H; holds 3.5 quarts
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.
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