Vermicular

Vermicular Japanese Cast Iron Oven Pot

$150$380
Vermicular Japanese Cast Iron Oven Pot
Vermicular

Vermicular Japanese Cast Iron Oven Pot

$150$380
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If flavor had a dial...

This oven pot from Vermicular turns out flavor like none other, and we know why. Like your favorite Dutch oven design with a little extra oomph, it’s got a precision-fitting lid that locks in moisture and makes every ingredient shine in all its glory. We’re not done, either: See that cast iron? It distributes and retains heat like a pro, then cleans up without the need for seasoning, thanks to the enameled finish. Ridges on the base keep food from overcooking and circulate the heat even more. (The 0.9- and 5.3-quart pots have circular ridges, while the 1.8-, 3.7-, and shallow 3.9-quart pots have straight ridges for those coveted grill marks.) It all comes from a Japanese cookware maker with three generations of cast iron mastery under its belt. Next stop: A crackly-golden roast chicken dinner, of course.

Psst: This pot teams up with this magnetic trivet for no-fuss oven-to-table transfers.

Free Standard Shipping on Orders $149+
and Easy-Breezy Returns
It's a hot one.

Over 80 years ago, the Hijikata family first gained fame throughout Japan for their cast iron expertise. Vermicular was born from their family tradition, and now their cast-iron kitchen essentials are impressing home chefs everywhere. In four match-anything colors and five sizes to conquer any task, we're hard pressed to pick just one.

If flavor had a dial...

This oven pot from Vermicular turns out flavor like none other, and we know why. Like your favorite Dutch oven design with a little extra oomph, it’s got a precision-fitting lid that locks in moisture and makes every ingredient shine in all its glory. We’re not done, either: See that cast iron? It distributes and retains heat like a pro, then cleans up without the need for seasoning, thanks to the enameled finish. Ridges on the base keep food from overcooking and circulate the heat even more. (The 0.9- and 5.3-quart pots have circular ridges, while the 1.8-, 3.7-, and shallow 3.9-quart pots have straight ridges for those coveted grill marks.) It all comes from a Japanese cookware maker with three generations of cast iron mastery under its belt. Next stop: A crackly-golden roast chicken dinner, of course.

Psst: This pot teams up with this magnetic trivet for no-fuss oven-to-table transfers.

Free Standard Shipping on Orders $149+
and Easy-Breezy Returns
It's a hot one.

Over 80 years ago, the Hijikata family first gained fame throughout Japan for their cast iron expertise. Vermicular was born from their family tradition, and now their cast-iron kitchen essentials are impressing home chefs everywhere. In four match-anything colors and five sizes to conquer any task, we're hard pressed to pick just one.