While this 5-quart will make plenty of food, don't be surprised when there aren't any leftovers to be had!
This 3.5-quart will braise the game you bring home for that special meal.
These are perfect for individual dishes, and will look lovely set out on each place setting.
This 9-quart is the oven to use when making a chili for the neighborhood potluck. The brilliant colors of the dish against the white will reel in hungry friends.
If new to cooking with a Dutch oven, then cookbooks come in handy — especially when pictures accompany the recipes. Getting hungry?
A lovely roast with your favorite vegetables will fit like a glove in this 4-quart baking dish.
Who doesn't like pie? This dish will accommodate sweet or savory pies.
You can never go wrong with a Cook's Illustrated Magazine cookbook filled with delicious meals.
Roasted garlic elevates dishes to an amazing level. Roasted garlic on the grill? Hold me back.
As an educator, this is one apple I would gladly accept!
This is a fun skillet for any music lover, and cornbread will be welcomed.
This striking green oozes warmth. Luckily, the lid's design makes sure all drips don't disrupt the cooking, so warmth is, in fact, the only thing that oozes!
These graphite ovens will blend beautifully with mixers and appliances that are the same color.
A perfect and fun dutch oven to use through the fall and winter!
I want this heifer for creamy and cheesy casseroles!
This is perfect for when I want to make a small meal for two, not for an army.
While on a culinary retreat in Savannah, we baked various egg dishes in these small dishes. I have repeated the breakfasts multiple times since returning home. I have even used them for small cakes — delicious!
I love this vintage Le Creuset French oven! It's a classic that will never go out of style.
A beautiful, bright pan, such as this, is bound to produce wonderful meals.
I want this to heat sauces for the food I make in the matching skillet!Next: Dream Kitchen Must-Haves