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It’s not just the leaves that are changing color. Enameled cast iron originators Le Creuset just revealed a brand new fall shade for their high quality French cookware: the seasonally-appropriate Truffle. To be clear, the inspiration here isn’t the wildly expensive pig-snuffed-out fungus, but instead the decadent cocoa confection (apparently someone at Le Creuset has a sweet tooth). The rich chocolate hue definitely gives off strong autumnal vibes, though it works just as well in winter, spring, and summer.

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Currently there are 21 items that have received the Truffle treatment, but below are some of our favorites of the bunch.

Le Creuset Round Dutch Oven (Truffle), $350-$385

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Le Creuset has become synonymous with its stunning Dutch oven. The wedding registry staple can be used for any number of mouthwatering dishes from cochinita pibil to chili and even doughnuts. Choose between a 5 ½-quart version or the 7 ¼-quart option if you want to squeeze in a couple more servings.  Buy Now

Le Creuset Braiser (Truffle), $300-$350

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As you might have inferred from its name, this is a must for your braising needs. Offering a wider cooking area than a Dutch oven, a braiser ensures a perfect sear on meats and veggies. No surprise, Le Creuset’s version, available in 3 ½-quarts and 5-quarts, is among the best on the market.  Buy Now

Le Creuset Signature Skillet (Truffle), $100 (normally $170)

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You can apply the “Signature” to the majority of Le Creuset’s offerings but the company’s matte black enamel no-seasoning-necessary skillet is particularly worthy of the title. Best of all, it’s currently available at a $70 discount—so if you want to get your holiday gift shopping done early, or simply need an addition or upgrade for your own kitchen, act fast. Buy Now

What do you think of the new Truffle shade? Let us know in the comments.

Header image courtesy of Le Creuset.

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