Cookware is up to 65 percent off, from now through Monday.
Twice a year, Sur la Table gives us the best excuse to stock our kitchens with the professional-quality pots, pans, and Dutch ovens we've been coveting—that's right, it's the Semi-Annual Cookware Sale. And this year, all of our favorite brands made the list, including Le Creuset, KitchenAid, Staub, and All-Clad. The discounts vary by brand, but go all the way up to 65 percent off, which will finally convince us to splurge on those cast iron pans that have been sitting in our shopping cart for a few weeks. The sale continues all weekend, so take a day to mull over the options below, but don't wait too long—the deals will disappear on Monday.
Le Creuset Round Wide Dutch Oven, in Provence
If you've had your eye on one of Le Creuset's pretty new color options, now's the time to snatch one up while it's on sale. This fresh lavender shade is perfect for springtime, and it will infuse your kitchen with color all year long.
To buy: $200 (originally $285); surlatable.com.
All-Clad HA1 Nonstick Skillets
If your skillets have seen better days, it's time to invest in a fresh set. Add this set of two skillets (both 8- and 10-inch) to your cookware collection and you'll wonder how you ever made dinner without it.
To buy: $60 (originally $120); surlatable.com.
Le Creuset Signature Petite Cocotte
The mini version of your favorite Dutch oven, these stoneware cocottes are ideal for individual servings of mac-and-cheese, French onion soup, ziti, or fruit cobbler. Even if you buy them for parties, you'll find yourself using them for speedy weeknight dinners, too.
To buy: $20 (originally $35); surlatable.com.
All-Clad Stainless Steel Saucepans With Lids
A good saucepan is the foundation of your cookware collection. Upgrade yours to this All-Clad option, and watch how it steps up your cooking game. The thick aluminum core distributes heat evenly, while the tight-fitting lid makes sure your food stays hot until you serve it.
To buy: $120 for 3-quart (originally $185); surlatable.com.
Staub Braiser, 2.75-Quart
Whether you're cooking short ribs, brisket, or chicken, it tastes infinitely better when prepared in a Staub braiser. No matter if you choose the Grenadine, Basil, Black, or Graphite color, this braiser is pretty enough to leave out on the dining table.
To buy: $140 (originally $336); surlatable.com.