Even if you aren’t a big fan of cooking, today’s colorful cookware and bakeware might change all that. You can coordinate colors with your existing pieces, your dinnerware or your decor – or add a whole new pop of color to your kitchen. Such good taste.
You’ll want to read up on all the features and details, of course, and consider your cooking needs. Go online or talk to the sales staff. Shown here are just a few options.
Now you’re cooking
Staub’s Coq au Vin Cocotte, a 5¾-quart self-basting Dutch oven, is shown in Grenadine. It’s priced $279.99 at Blue Hill Kitchen & Home, 1374 Hertel Ave.
The Bobby Flay 3½-quart stoneware lidded oval casserole dish comes in two colors – sangria, shown here, or sea. Regularly priced $49.99. From Kohl’s, www.kohls.com.
Oven to table
Covered stoneware mini bakers hold single servings of macaroni and cheese or other tasty meals. Set of three is regularly priced at $29.99 and includes the lids. From the Food Network collection at Kohl’s, www.kohls.com.
Oh, that Martha
The Martha Stewart Collection collector’s enameled cast iron casseroles come in an assortment of colors and sizes. From Macy’s, www.macys.com. Regularly priced $119.99 to $219.99.
Red roaster, red roaster
The Bialetti Aeternum ceramic roaster with rack is ready for Turkey Day. Priced $49.99 and available at select Bed Bath & Beyond stores and www.bedbathandbeyond.com.