Prepare to have a wide smile on your face as you cook, because the beloved Caraway has given us a new cookware set that is bright and full of cheer. The brand’s new Marigold set is here to bring a vibrant yellow-orange hue to your kitchen.
Caraway’s mission is to create nontoxic ceramic cookware so that those chemicals don’t find their way into your food during the cooking process. These pieces release up to 60% less CO2 when produced compared to traditional nonstick coatings, according to the brand, thanks to the mineral-based coating. This cookware set already comes in Cream, Gray, Perracotta, Sage, and Navy, and this Marigold variation is a limited-edition offering. It comes with everything you need to whip up a meal of any size.
The set includes four essentials that everyone needs in their cabinet: fry pan (10.5 inches), sauce pan (3 quarts), sauté pan (4.5 quarts), and Dutch oven (6.5 quarts). They have a nonstick finish to keep food from sticking and to make washing easier. It’s no wonder the cookware set has nearly 4,000 rave reviews with an average of 4.9 out of 5 stars!
“Ditch the chemicals with Caraway’s ceramic-coated cookware. Our complete set has everything you’ll need for healthy cooking in your kitchen, staying organized with both our pot and lid holders, and looking good while doing so,” the description says.
A big issue with pots and pans in general is how to store them. Luckily, Caraway isn’t a fan of all that clumsy stacking either, so the pieces were designed to make storage a breeze. The Marigold Cookware Set has modular-designed magnetic pan racks that allow you to store each pot sideways, and a canvas lid holder to keep the three lids in place.
You can shop the Marigold Cookware Set, which includes the four pieces and three lids, for a limited time. It’s available on Caraway’s website for $495, but it’s currently on sale for $395. Remind us to add this to our Christmas list!
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