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Costco Members: Staub 7 Quart Cast Iron Braise and Grill $199.99

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Previous front page deal is back. Until 8/12/22 Costco has the Staub 7 Quart Cast Iron Braise and Grill in colors blue or red (actually grenadine, not cherry) for $200 with free shipping, marked down from $250.

Available colors
  • Blue
  • Red (Grenadine, not Cherry)

Includes:
  • 1x 7-Quart Braiser
  • 1x Lid - doubles as stovetop grill

Features:
  • Enameled cast iron retains and distributes heat evenly and efficiently
  • Durable enamel finish won't discolor, scratch, rust or chip with normal use
  • Ready to use - no seasoning required
  • Black interior enamel sears beautifully and is slightly textured for better browning
  • Heavy lid seals in moisture for tender, flavorful results - plus it doubles as a stovetop grill pan
  • Smooth base is compatible with all cooktops, including induction
  • Oven safe up to 700°F
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Made in France


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I have this and love it when cooking larger meals, cooking for gatherings, or making a lamb roast from Costco. I purchased it in 2020 with a $30 discount. I have a few Staub pieces and always enjoy cooking with them. The lid on this is good for cooking steaks; I've done Costco's filet mignon a few times.
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Staub is based in Alsace, France - right on the border with Germany. Alsace and Lorraine are two areas that have moved back and forth between Germany and France, depending on whomever lost the last war.


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sure this is french? staub sounds german
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I prefer the pots made in Russia
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Quote from fewlio :
sure this is french? staub sounds german
Oui https://www.zwilling.com/fr/
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Is the Staub warranty just like Le Creuset?
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Quote from njguy545 :
I prefer the pots made in Russia
In mother Russia pot cooks you. Have fun Brittany.
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Received two sets today. Both were garbage quality. Chips, pinholes, and the inside handle has a rough finish. I think Staub is selling factory seconds at Costco.
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