Color — Black
This versatile pot offers the exceptional even heat retention and distribution cast iron is beloved for, but thanks to the matte enamel interior, it’s ready to sear, simmer, and stew right out of the box—no seasoning necessary. But the real star here is Staub’s Chistera lid: Curved spikes spiral along its underside, catching steam and showering the moisture evenly back into the contents of the pot. This self-basting technology is particularly great for roasts. And with a sleek black enamel exterior, this pot is as durable as it is beautiful, transitioning seamlessly from oven to table.
The French Alsatian tradition of fine food and even better ceramics inspired Francis Staub to create a superior cooking pot in 1974. The enameled cast iron cookware is perfect for slow-cooked comfort food and one-pot dishes. Staub is a mainstay of the French kitchen cabinet, entrusted with the secrets of family recipes and the innovations of master chefs for generations.