Sur La Table Sale Offers Big Savings on Cookware From Le Creuset, Staub, and More

Sur La Table is offering big savings on pretty much anything you could ever need in your kitchen.
Sur La Table is offering big savings on pretty much anything you could ever need in your kitchen.
Sur La Table

If your kitchen has been looking a little sparse, or if you’re looking to treat yourself to some new cookware, now is the time, because Sur La Table is offering huge savings on brands like Le Creuset, GreenPan, Staub, and many more from February 27 through March 1. Check out some of the best deals below.


These nonstick skillets by All-Clad make meal prep a breeze. Be sure to check out Sur La Table's other deals.Sur La Table

- 10.25-Inch Le Creuset Signature Cast-Iron Skillet $100 (Save $80)
- Three-Piece Scanpan Classic Skillet Set $130 (Save $213)
- 8-Inch and 10-Inch GreenPan Skillet Set $100 (Save $120)
- 8-Inch, 10-Inch, and 12-Inch All-Clad Nonstick Skillet Set $130 (Save $95)
- 12-Inch All-Clad Nonstick Covered Skillet $80 (Save $35)
- 11.75-Inch Le Creuset Cast-Iron Skillet $205 (Save $80)

Dutch Ovens

- 3.5-Quart Le Creuset Curved Oven $200 (Save $85)
- 7.4-Quart Staub Le Grande Oven with Glass Lid $230 (Save $234)
- 4.5-Quart Le Creuset Round Dutch Oven $256–$335 (Save $80-$160)
- 3.5-Quart Le Creuset Signature Dutch Oven $200 (Save $105)


You can cook up just about anything in this versatile cocotte from Staub. Sur La Table

- 6-Quart Staub Cast-Iron Cocotte $250–$280 (Save $206–$214)
- 5-Quart Staub Cocotte $200 (Save $264)


- 12-Inch Scanpan Wok $100 (Save $100)
- 4-Quart All-Clad Weeknight Pan $200 (Save $140)
- 12-Inch Staub Grill Pan $190–$200 (Save $96–$86)
- 3.5-Quart All-Day Staub Pan with Domed Glass Lid $150–$170 (Save $201-$207)

Cookware Sets

Durable and nonstick, there aren't many limits to what you can cook with this set from GreenPan.Sur La Table

- 10-Piece GreenPan Diamond+ Evershine Set $500 (Save $410)
- 13-Piece GreenPan Craft Cookware Set $400 (Save $585)

Braisers and Roasters

- 6-Quart All-Clad D3 Stainless Steel French Braiser With Rack and Lid $250 (Save $50)
- Limited-Edition Mauviel Copper Roaster $230 (Save $130)
- 2.25-Quart Le Creuset Signature Braiser $180 (Save $232)

Baking Dishes

Sur La Table is offering big discounts on baking items. Sur La Table

- Four-Piece Staub Baking Dish Set $130 (Save $145)
- Four-Quart Staub Rectangular Covered Baker $100 (Save $85)
- Three-Piece Staub Ceramic Stoneware Set $100 (Save $115)

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A New Book by J.R.R. Tolkien Contains Previously Unpublished Essays About Middle-Earth

J.R.R. Tolkien photographed circa the 1940s.
J.R.R. Tolkien photographed circa the 1940s.
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It has been more than 80 years since J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit first appeared in bookstores in 1937—followed by The Lord of the Rings trilogy during the mid-1950s—and the enthusiasm for all things Middle-earth doesn’t seem to be waning anytime soon. While the premiere date for Amazon’s prequel TV series hasn’t been announced yet, another important date in 2021 has: June 24.

On that day, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH) will release The Nature of Middle-earth, a book of heretofore unpublished writings by Tolkien himself. (HarperCollins will publish an identical edition in the UK.) As avid fans likely already know, this won’t be the first supplemental Middle-earth material in existence. Tolkien wrote prolifically about his fantasy world, and much of his other content was published posthumously—most notably The Silmarillion, an extensive collection of stories edited by Tolkien’s son, Christopher. As literary executor of his father’s estate, Christopher Tolkien edited and oversaw the release of most Tolkien works until his death at age 95 in January of this year.

Time to solve the mystery of which Middle-earthers can grow facial hair.Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

According to Gizmodo, The Nature of Middle-earth was edited by NASA computer engineer Carl F. Hostetter, who also happens to be a venerated Tolkien scholar and the head of the Elvish Linguistic Fellowship (E.L.F., for short). HMH revealed in a press release that this latest compilation will contain previously unknown details about “Elvish immortality and reincarnation,” “the Powers of Valar,” “the lands and beasts of Númenor,” and “the geography of the Rivers and Beacon-hills of Gondor.” It will also reportedly clear up the confusion over which races (and sexes) can grow beards in Middle-earth, a topic that crops up on internet message boards with surprising frequency.

U.S. residents can pre-order The Nature of Middle-earth from Amazon now for $24.

[h/t Gizmodo]