Staub Everything Pan

This Pan Could Replace Your Skillet and Sauce Pans — and It's More Than $200 Off Right Now

The Everything Pan is basically a cookware Swiss knife.
By Kimberly Holland
Updated November 27, 2020
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If cooking at home almost every day for seven months has taught home cooks anything, it's that simplicity can go a long way to cutting down on kitchen chaos and cleaning. It's wonderful to have a full set of cookware, with multiple skillets, frying pans, sauce pans, and a stockpot. But if you have limited space or limited patience, there's one dish that may help solve these problems: the Staub Everything Pan.

This enamel-coated cast iron pan is designed for everyday use. It's right there in the name, even — "Everything." Staub, maker of the beloved round Cocotte, calls this their "everyday pan," and they fully intend you use it as a skillet, sauté pan, roaster, gratin, casserole, baker, serving dish, and even more.

With a capacity of 3.5 quarts and a diameter of 12 inches, this pan is equivalent to both a skillet and a medium-sized sauce pan. You could cook one-dish dinners one night, sear steaks the next, and even bake up a rich and comforting casserole in the same week. You could also fry eggs, cook oatmeal, and even bake a breakfast dish like shakshuka.

The Everything Pan, which is available in eight colors, can go into the oven up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit, and unlike cast iron pans, it's dishwasher safe and freezer safe. And if you're steaming or sautéing, you can seal in moisture with the glass domed lid.

Enamel-coated cast iron, unlike classic cast iron skillets and pans, often touts a big price tag. Why? Because the pans undergo several more steps before they're ready for cooking, including curing the coat of enamel that's both non-stick and resistant to chipping, cracking, and rusting. What's more, you don't have to season this pan, but you still get all the glory of cooking with cast iron — it sears, sautés, and cooks at temps higher than you'd want to use with nonstick cookware.

Staub Enameled Cast Iron Everything Pan, 3 1/2-Qt.
Credit: Williams Sonoma

Buy it: Staub 3.5-quart Enameled Cast Iron Everything Pan, $150 - $170 (originally $357 - $371); williams-sonoma.com

"This was my spurge when stay at home orders began. I use this pan for almost every meal, as we have mostly eaten at home for 6 months," wrote one reviewer with their five-star rating. "I am ordering more for Christmas gifts. Love it!"

The Everything Pan would absolutely make a wonderful gift for people who find themselves cooking more and more from home now, or people who rekindled their love for cooking these lsat few months. Staub is known for its cult-classic pieces, so anyone would be honored to receive this great gift.

"The quality is unmatched and the exterior finishes are just breath taking," wrote another five-star reviewer. "I have had no issues with chips in the enamel. No issues with cleaning either! I love the beautiful sear from utilizing this pan. Then it's an easy transition to the oven to finish cooking through. 10/10!!"

The good news is Williams Sonoma just slashed the price of the Everything Pan more than $200. During their Black Friday sale, Williams Sonoma has marked down hundreds of cookware items and sets of high-rated cookware. The Everything Pan is marked down to just $150 to $170, depending on the color you buy, from $357 to $371. That's a whopping 58 percent off the original price. Grab one now before the Black Friday sale ends and the price climbs. A discount this good won't last long.

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