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SurLaTable.com [surlatable.com] has 5-Quart Staub Tall Cocotte (4 colors) for $139.96. Shipping is free.
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But that's the thing, Le Creuset is not only made in France but it has a quality reputation.This, it's made in France, but no one knows about it. It's just overpriced.
People who know, know about it. Know what I mean?
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Great price, didn't even know they made a "tall cocotte." Looks a little weird to me (I'd rather have a wider surface for browning), so I'll pass. Thanks regardless OP.
Looks like it's for makin doughnuts...by the pictures.
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It is. Great quality... but you can get 95% of the quality for far less.
This just isn't true. I bought a Staub 4qt and a Martha Stewart 8qt pot at the same time 2 years ago. While the Martha Stewart pot has served me well, the ceramic is begging to de-laminate from the cast iron. The staub on the other hand still looks brand new. I paid $160 for the Staub on sale and $80 for the Martha Stewart. I will be buying Staub products going forward. You get what you pay for.
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I have this and hate it. While the quality and cooking is superb the black enamel inside is very awkward as you can't see the food browning and you could end up burning some foods that are very time sensitive. If you are ok with the black inside then you should go for it by any means.
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I was mulling whether to get this, but decided against it once I figured that with the lid (and knob) it's 7.5" tall and wouldn't fit inside my Breville Smart Oven Air.

I rarely use my large oven, so it would likely mean I wouldn't use this guy that much. Probably just as well since I picked up a Staub 4 qt when those were on sale, and also I don't really have room to store another dutch oven. I love cooking with these enameled cast iron pieces, I must say.

It should fit if I removed the knob though.
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I do not understand the people who are complaining about the black enamel. Have you never used a cast iron? If you can't tell how the fond is progressing or if something is burnt rather than browning, it's not really the black enamel that's holding you back.
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Red is sold out
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I do not understand the people who are complaining about the black enamel. Have you never used a cast iron? If you can't tell how the fond is progressing or if something is burnt rather than browning, it's not really the black enamel that's holding you back.
I mean, white enamel would help seeing the progression so what's with with having it? Especially if you're multitasking it'd be nice to have a visual cue on when to stop the browning.
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So why is this worth the price?
Quality.

I have two of them and they are great.
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Costco has some of the Staub products to consider -5.5Qt for $189.99
https://www.costco.com/staub-5.5-...29234.html
and 4Qt for $139.99
https://www.costco.com/staub-4-qu...27882.html
I would recommend the 5.5 qt from costco for the extra 40$. The tall cocotte has the same diameter as the 4 qt which isn't that much, can fit maybe 4 chicken thighs. A selling point of cocotte/dutch over is to get a good sear and to achieve that, you need surface area.

LC has a huge array of colors (close to 30 iirc) which is why TV and media has made LC such a huge thing. Staub I believe only has 10ish colors including store exclusives and they tend to be deeper tones that don't pop as much where as LC offers pastels and other "aesthetic" colors. Instead of looking at cooking shows like food network and talk shows, look at competition shows that take place in professional kitchens (a good example would be Top Chef, which have many chefs who are James Beard award winners). You will start to notice that they gravitate more towards staub. This may be due to some kind of professional discount, but if professional kitchens are abusing these pans everyday, you know they are meant to last.

In terms of the black interior vs the yellow, you will see staining and discoloration a lot more in the LC yellow interior (look at anyone who has owned their LC for a year or so). That personally would bug the F out of me, which is why I went with Staub. Its funny how LC sells the yellow interior so hard, yet on their enameled fry pans, they used a black surface. Many of the higher end restaurants in NYC serve out of staub and it's parent company is Zwilling which tends to be mid to high end kitchenware, so its definitely not some nobody brand like some other posters are implying.
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Is a 5qt adequate for baking bread? Thanks in advance.
Yes, I have used the 4qt Staub every week this year to bake no-knead bread, following the NYT and similar recipes. No scaling required.
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This is a larger Staub in an unpopular shape.
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The proof of the pudding or stew is in the eating. Save your money for fresh herbs, vegetables and meats.
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