Staub 7 qt Cocotte, White

Beloved by professional chefs and home cooks



Founded in 1974 by Francis Staub, the eponymous cocotte in classic white has become a staple in the commercial and private kitchens of professional chefs and home cooks.

A name playfully translated to "little hen," the cocotte is used to prepared the beloved Fresh "casse" of rich and flavorful stewed and braised single-pot cooking, The heavy, cast iron vessel maintains temperatures for even cooking, and the enameled bottom is smooth and safe to use on any cooktop, including glass induction stoves. Small knobs on the self-basting lid attract condensation and moisture, which are then returned to the food for the ultimate flavor.

Oven safe up to 500 degrees.

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7qt; 11" x 5.25"


Dishwasher safe. Cool before washing, and remove stubborn stains by soaking in hot, soapy water. Allow to dry thoroughly before storage. Avoid steel wool or abrasive materials.

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