Food52 x Staub Lidded Baker
Cover and uncover with a flourish.
Made by hand in France (where cuisine is taken, shall we say, très seriously), Staub has the cast-iron pan situation down to a science: it's beautifully constructed and enameled both inside and out while a matte interior controls, holds in and distributes heat better for more even cooking all around. It’s scratch-resistant and requires no seasoning—so everything will just slide right out, with barely any effort on your part. It’ll be one of the most durable pieces in your kitchen.
Stick this beaut in the oven, broiler, or on the stovetop (maybe whip up a simple no-knead bread? We say go for it.) Or craft a beautiful citrus terrine and serve it up right out of the pan—it looks great on the table, too.
Photography by Ty Mecham & Julia Gartland
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