Staub Loaf Pan
There’s a reason cast iron is passed down from generation to generation—it’s so durable, it can last and last (and last). This Staub pan is no exception. Hand-made in France, where people don’t mess around when it comes to food, it’s enameled all over with a matte black interior that gives you even heat distribution for exceptional browning skills—try it on a spicy turkey meatloaf or a fluffy croissant loaf. All the loaves, basically.
It’s oven and broiler safe al the way up to 500 degrees F while its base (it's enameled, remember?) handles any heat source from gas to electric to induction.
Photography by Ty Mecham & Bobbi Lin
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