Pretty much everything about 2020 is dark and scary, so why not Le Creuset’s new cookware color, too? The major difference is, unlike most of this cursed year, “Cosmos,” the moody and mysterious new hue by the iconic French cookware brand, is also hauntingly beautiful, and we honestly can’t stop staring.
Why the name “Cosmos?” According to an official release from the brand, this mesmerizing blue-black shade is “full of wonder and possibility,” and, “so deep, so dark, you get lost in it, like a child gazing into the night sky.” Sounds pretty nice right about now.
The inky new finish from Le Creuset launched today and adorns nine pieces of cookware, including its signature, enameled cast-iron Dutch oven in five sizes ($305-$400), the enameled cast-iron braiser in three sizes ($250-$360), and an enameled cast-iron roaster pan ($285) a stoneware heritage baker ($85), a French press, stoneware rectangle casserole ($115), and more. They’re all available directly through Le Creuset’s website or on Bloomingdales.com.
This is the ultimate fall cooking companion for stews, sauces, braises, and more. Now available in the dark and mysterious color.Buy Now
With its lower sides, the signature braiser is ideal for braising since you can sear it on the range first then cover and finish low-and-slow in the oven. Even better, this gorgeous pan doubles as an elegant vessel to bring straight to the dinner table.Buy Now
A 7-quart roaster is ideal for Sunday chicken with herbs and vegetables or a holiday tenderloin. The cast iron conducts and holds heat, and the enameled is ace for no-fuss cleaning after.Buy Now
Header image courtesy of Le Creuset.