Clean eating has a new face, and it’s not some inflexible diet fad infiltrating your Instagram feed. After an unfortunate brush with Teflon poisoning, Jordan Nathan has created Caraway, a direct-to-consumer ceramic cookware line that’s non-toxic and eco-friendly, and it's out now.
The line is free of PTFEs and PFOAs, chemicals found in traditional non-stick pans that don’t break down and have become a topic of debate due to their links to cancer and other serious illnesses. They’re also much chicer than your average cookware set.
The set is available in five of-the-moment colors: navy, gray, sage, green, and perracotta (that’s pink terracotta in hipster speak). It aims to helps style-conscious homeowners make sense of an increasingly confusing and oversaturated market. You know, the one that peddles niche sizes of celebrity chef-approved, professional-grade cookware to home cooks who are just lucky that both burners still work on their stoves.
Priced at a relatively affordable $395, the set includes four versatile pieces that are pretty much the bread and butter of every kitchen: a three-quart saucepan, a six-and-a-half–quart dutch oven, a four-and-a-half–quart sauté pan, and a ten-and-a-half-inch frying pan, plus their respective lids.
And because the brand is all about making people’s lives easier, they also include magnetic pan racks and a canvas lid holder with cabinet hooks so you can stay organized while cooking your way to culinary queendom.
Another plus: Caraway’s pots and pans works on every type of cooking surface, from induction to electric, and they’re oven safe up to 650 degrees. You can’t say that about the classic Le Creuset dutch oven, alas.
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