For our second collaboration with Staub, we’re introducing the exclusive-to-goop brass handles to the brand’s signature, insanely appealing white hue (in fact, we made them bring it back). White ceramic is extraordinarily difficult to make (the perfectionists at Staub have to throw out almost a third of the product due to inconsistencies), making each piece feel that much more special.
White bean casseroles, potatoes gratin, and any sort of stew or soup is perfect for this vessel—it's quite big, so it works for boiling water for pasta as well.
Made exclusively for goop.
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.