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July 28, 2021
The Best Deals From Sur La Table’s Midsummer Sale
Great discounts on All-Clad, Le Creuset, Staub, and more.
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Sur La Table’s Midsummer Sale is happening right now, which means you have a very limited amount of time to save up to 75% on cookware, dishware, linens, utensils, and a lot of other things that your kitchen could probably use. There are over 300 items on sale, so to help you prioritize and save time clicking through pages of discounts, we put our top deals right here. Whether you’re looking to up your baking game or you’re finally ready to pick up an All-Clad skillet (at 50% off), this guide will help you find the stuff worth focusing on.

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Le Creuset Demi Teakettle

We’re fairly certain you want this teakettle, and we say that because we want this teakettle. When heating water on your stove, it doesn’t much more deluxe than Le Creuset’s sturdy enameled steel vessel with a locking handle to help with pouring. Choose from four different colors, such as this classic Marseille blue.

Get Le Creuset Demi Teakettle ($56, was $70) →

Le Creuset Sauteuse, 3.5 Qt.

Similar to a Dutch oven, just not quite as deep and with slightly sloped sides, this Le Creuset sauteuse is ideal for searing, braising, baking, and more. With its enameled cast-iron construction, this heavy piece of cookware is exceptional at retaining heat, and it’s something you’ll own for a very long time.

Get Le Creuset Sauteuse, 3.5 Qt. ($180, was $300) →

Staub Tall Cocotte, 5 Qt.

Looking for a traditional Dutch oven? As we’ve mentioned repeatedly, Staub is an excellent choice. Pick up this 5-quart model, and use it for everything from chicken and stews to cakes and cinnamon rolls.

Get Staub Tall Cocotte, 5 Qt. ($200-$220, was $486-$514) →

Staub Ceramic 3-Piece Stoneware Set

Another on-sale offering from Staub that you should grab for your kitchen, these ceramic baking dishes will aid you in your quest to consume more homemade pie and lasagna. And, like the rest of Staub’s products, they also look great.

Get Staub Ceramic 3-Piece Stoneware Set ($90-$100, was $215) →

Sur La Table Porcelain Quiche Dish

On a related note, you should be making more quiche. This objectively adorable porcelain dish will help with that.

Get Sur La Table Porcelain Quiche Dish ($11, was $15) →

All-Clad D3 Stainless Steel Weeknight Pan

All-Clad makes the best frying pans. But if you need something a little more versatile, go for this tri-ply Weeknight Pan. It’s wider and deeper than your standard skillet, and it can handle anything from sauces and soups to fish and steak.

Get All-Clad D3 Stainless Steel Weeknight Pan ($180, was $245) →

All-Clad D3 Stainless Steel French Skillet, 7.5"

What’s a French skillet exactly? It’s pretty much the same as a normal skillet (i.e., frying pan) just with taller, steeper sides. This little one has the classic All-Clad D3 stainless construction, and it’s ideal for searing a meal for one.

Get All-Clad D3 Stainless Steel French Skillet, 7.5" ($50, was $100) →

All-Clad D3 Stainless Steel Nonstick 10" Skillet With Spatula

You should have a non-stick pan in your home, if only for eggs and the nights when you’d rather not spend 10 minutes scrubbing at stainless steel with the backside of a sponge. With that in mind, a 10" non-stick All-Clad skillet is a no-brainer.

Get All-Clad D3 Stainless Steel Nonstick 10" Skillet With Spatula ($130, was $170) →

Oceana 12-Piece Dinnerware Set

You’ll find Sur La Table’s Oceana plates and bowls featured on our guide to The Best Outdoor Dinnerware. And the reason for that is: they look cool. Also, these melamine dishes will allow you to cut down on single-use plastic plates.

Get Oceana 12-Piece Dinnerware Set ($64, was $128) →

Miyabi Koh Santoku

A santoku is similar to a chef’s knife, in that both kinds of knives can handle most slicing and chopping situations. Santokus are, however, better suited for downward chops (as opposed to rocking motions) and thinly sliced meat and vegetables. Acquire a 7" one from Miyabi, and it should serve you well on a daily basis.

Get Miyabi Koh Santoku ($90-$140, was $150-$175) →

W&P Design Metal Porter Straws

It’s nice having straws in your home. And it’s nicer when these straws are reusable. If you don’t already have some quality metal straws, get these ones from W&P Design.

Get W&P Design Metal Porter Straws ($9, was $18) →

Bee's Wrap Assorted Wraps, Set Of 3

Another eco-friendly swap you can make for your home, Bee’s Wrap can replace all that disposable plastic wrap you’ve been using lately. These cotton-and-wax sheets are reusable, and you can seal them with the warmth of your hands.

Get W&P Design Metal Porter Straws ($14, was $18) →

Sur La Table Stainless Steel Dough Scraper

Baking is hard enough. So get a bench scraper. It’s one of the most essential baking tools to have in your home, and you’ll use it for cutting, moving, and shaping your dough.

Get Sur La Table Stainless Steel Dough Scraper ($7, was $10) →

Pearl Stoneware Pasta Bowl

The ideal pasta bowl has a relatively flat profile with a wide base and gently sloping sides. In other words, it looks like this. It’s time to complete your dinnerware setup.

Get Pearl Stoneware Pasta Bowl ($10, was $16) →

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