What Can I Cook in a Dutch Oven? Everything.

Owning a Dutch oven is proof that you’ve made it. No matter what else is going on in your life, you can come home to a dependable piece of cookware that will cook soups, stews, braised meats, and bread better than any other piece of equipment in your k…

Owning a Dutch oven is proof that you’ve made it. No matter what else is going on in your life, you can come home to a dependable piece of cookware that will cook soups, stews, braised meats, and bread better than any other piece of equipment in your kitchen.

My Le Creuset Dutch Oven is one of my prized possessions. It’s bright orange—a color I intentionally chose because it’s the brand’s signature hue—and has a gold knob, that I swapped myself and never looked back. Who needs a dining room tablewhen you have a Le Creuset Dutch oven? (Don’t answer that, I know how it sounds.)

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Best Stainless Steel Induction Cookware

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Are you searching for the best stainless steel induction cookware for your new induction cooktop? Look no further—you’ve come to the right place! Whether you’re going through an entire kitchen renovation …

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Are you searching for the best stainless steel induction cookware for your new induction cooktop? Look no further—you've come to the right place! Whether you're going through an entire kitchen renovation or simply updating old appliances, induction cookware for your new induction cooktop is the way to go! An induction cooktop is, by far, one...

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Best Copper Induction Cookware

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Searching for the best copper induction cookware for your new induction cooktop? Then, you’ve arrived at the right place! Whether you’re renovating your entire kitchen top to bottom, or just adding in an induct…

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Searching for the best copper induction cookware for your new induction cooktop? Then, you've arrived at the right place! Whether you're renovating your entire kitchen top to bottom, or just adding in an induction cooktop, copper induction cookware is a must-have for all chefs! An induction cooktop is a fantastic addition to your kitchen, however,...

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Best Ceramic Induction Cookware

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Have you been trying to find the best ceramic induction cookware for your new induction cooktop? Well, you’ve come to the right place! Ceramic induction cookware is awesome and really worth the investment! It i…

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Have you been trying to find the best ceramic induction cookware for your new induction cooktop? Well, you've come to the right place! Ceramic induction cookware is awesome and really worth the investment! It is toxic-free and just as good as non-stick cookware. Ceramic cookware is also gorgeous and almost always Instagram-worthy with all your...

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For the Coziest Dinner Table, Skip the Serving Platters

This season, we’re taking our most treasured cookware from the kitchen to the dinner table, with help from our friends at Le Creuset. Handcrafted in France since 1925, Le Creuset’s enameled cast-iron pieces—from their timeless Dutch Ovens to their trus…

This season, we're taking our most treasured cookware from the kitchen to the dinner table, with help from our friends at Le Creuset. Handcrafted in France since 1925, Le Creuset's enameled cast-iron pieces—from their timeless Dutch Ovens to their trusty Signature Skillets—come in a slew of bright, bold colors and are durable enough to last a lifetime (or two).


If there's one thing that's almost universally true of living in New York City, it's this: Finding an apartment with an open, spacious kitchen is like finding a chocolate croissant at your favorite bakery after the morning rush (extremely unlikely, if not impossible). After six years and three rentals, I've still yet to turn up anything with more than a closed-off, galley-style kitchen—at least within my budget, anyway.

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How Le Creuset Nails the Art of Colorful Cookware

There’s a scene in the movie Julie & Julia in which Meryl Streep, playing the inimitable Julia Child, is bustling around her Paris kitchen. She dips a spoon into a fiery red-orange casserole dish for a quick taste, decides to add a dash of salt, an…

There’s a scene in the movie Julie & Julia in which Meryl Streep, playing the inimitable Julia Child, is bustling around her Paris kitchen. She dips a spoon into a fiery red-orange casserole dish for a quick taste, decides to add a dash of salt, and moves on to tend to a boiling pot of cannelloni. Cut to another scene where Amy Adams, playing food blogger Julie Powell, is laboring over a pot of beef bourguignon in her New York City apartment. Set decades apart, the two scenes share one unmistakable visual detail—a vibrantly colored Le Creuset on the stove.

For the better part of the last century, Le Creuset’s Dutch ovens have been both a cookware luxury and kitchen staple for home cooks and professional chefs alike. The brand changed the way many approached cooking by reinventing a utilitarian item in a way that combined form and function with flair. Equipped with a double-coated enamel engineered to resist dulling, staining, and even chipping, Le Creuset’s Dutch ovens were always durable, yes, but their colors lent them something even more distinctive—personality.

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You Can Score Vintage Cast Iron for Just $5—Here’s How

Confession: I have a cast-iron problem. Once I found them intimidating (why are they so heavy?), but now I can’t get enough of them. Whether searing salmon or baking cookies, cast-iron pans and skillets are a kitchen necessity—one that’s been making a …

Confession: I have a cast-iron problem. Once I found them intimidating (why are they so heavy?), but now I can't get enough of them. Whether searing salmon or baking cookies, cast-iron pans and skillets are a kitchen necessity—one that's been making a comeback with many chefs in recent years.

"When I pull out the cast iron, the kids know we're having something a little extra special for dinner," says coppersmith and author of Copper, Iron, and Clay; A Smith's Journey, Sara Dahmen. "I can make stew for lunch or make an apple pie in a Dutch oven over the open campfire."

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A New Cookbook With Old Recipes—Thanks to 70 Grandmas

A 92-year-old South African who can hold a plank while recounting the time Margaret Thatcher enjoyed her piroshkis, a 66-year-old American who’s been developing a top-secret BBQ sauce recipe for 20 years, and a 71-year-old Colombian who became a psycho…

A 92-year-old South African who can hold a plank while recounting the time Margaret Thatcher enjoyed her piroshkis, a 66-year-old American who’s been developing a top-secret BBQ sauce recipe for 20 years, and a 71-year-old Colombian who became a psychoanalyst after daily talks over chicken, corn, and potato soup with her landlady. These are just a few of the stories in Anastasia Miari and Iska Lupton’s Grand Dishes, a new cookbook spanning three continents, 10 countries, and 70 grandmothers.

Miari, a journalist, and Lupton, a food stylist, began Grand Dishes as a crowdfunded side project to document their own grandmothers’ recipes. Soon, they found themselves on a four-year journey around the world, learning recipes and conversing with women in French, Spanish, Greek, and Italian, plus some gesticulating and giggling in Russian. Through it all, the two learned each woman’s secret ingredient to a hearty meal and happy life. Mirai and Lupton talked with us about food as a mode of storytelling, the importance of highlighting older women, and what it means to cook with context.

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11 Novelty Kitchen Gadgets That Only Have One Job—And I Want Them All

We spent the last year and a half reorganizing, reimagining, and decluttering almost every part of our lives and spaces, but there will always, always be one thing that I’d happily cram into my newly-organized cabinets. That’s right—I’m talking about k…

We spent the last year and a half reorganizing, reimagining, and decluttering almost every part of our lives and spaces, but there will always, always be one thing that I’d happily cram into my newly-organized cabinets. That’s right—I’m talking about kitchen gadgets.

There are kitchen gadgets that are genuinely useful, like potato ricers and avocado slicers. But then there are novelty gadgets that have a singular—and often extremely specific—purpose like a butter cutter or a hands-free stirrer. Turns out, I’m an absolute sucker for any type of novelty tool that has just one job—and on Amazon, there are many.

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How to Clean Copper Cookware for That Like-New Shine

There’s no denying that copper pots and pans look stunning when displayed in the kitchen, but these shiny pieces also cost a pretty penny. To protect your investment and keep copper cookware looking as good as the day you bought it, it’s incredibly imp…

There’s no denying that copper pots and pans look stunning when displayed in the kitchen, but these shiny pieces also cost a pretty penny. To protect your investment and keep copper cookware looking as good as the day you bought it, it’s incredibly important to care for it properly.

Unlike stainless steel or cast iron, copper is fairly delicate and reactive to other substances, so you can’t just scrub away at it with steel wool or go to town with Bon Ami. Plus, we all know what happens when you leave copper wet… great if you love the patina look, but not ideal if you want to preserve the red-orange color and bright luster.

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