Any creative chef worth his or her salt will find the Staub line of cookware and serveware sweet nourishment for their culinary and tabletop imagination.
Started in 1974 in the Alsace region of France, Staub designs have become the benchmark for enameled cast iron cookware throughout the hospitality industry worldwide. Still made in France today, Staub has become the reference brand cookware for such great chefs as Paul Bocuse, Laurent Tourondel, and Stefan Stiller, among many others.
As beautiful as they are practical Staub products move eaily from the kitchen to the table. We love the color and the texture that the Staub cookware brings to the tabletop and for chefs who are looking to differentiate their guest experience....Staub cookware is a great place to start.
To see the entire collection of Staub cookware and serveware, go here: http://www.staub.fr/
While we understand the heated (all puns intended) battle between Le Creuset and Staub over the colored cookware category......we're just happy that America's chefs have a terrific way to bring some texture and color to their tabletops.
So.....which do you prefer? And, better yet....why?
And, if you think chefs don't have a preference, think again.