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Where Can I buy Staub in Toronto?

Smachnoho Jan 8, 2009 12:35 PM

After much research on Le Creuset versus Staub, I finally bought my first Staub round oven last year on sale at Williams Sonoma.
It is great but I would like to buy another piece now. Williams Sonoma no longer carries it.
Where can I buy it?

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    toronto gigi Feb 25, 2009 08:05 PM

    The Pepper Mill in Hazleton Lanes Mall (across from Whole Foods) still has their 30% sale on. I bought a Staub on the weekend.

    I spoke to the owner. He expects the prices to go up as it is now carried in Canada by Henckels and they won't be carrying all the colours in Canada in near future.

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    1. re: toronto gigi
      Smachnoho Apr 18, 2009 08:34 AM

      Thanks. I went to IQ Living on the Danforth and didn't see any Staub. They don't seem to carry high end cookware.
      Thanks for the tip about "The Pepper Mill", I went there last week and was thrilled. Thank God it was still on sale. Such a great selection at fantastic prices. It was hard to choose a colour because I decided not to go with same colour as my other pots . I finally chose the yellow as a special treat for my sunny kitchen.
      What is "Henckels" please?

      1. re: Smachnoho
        toronto gigi Apr 18, 2009 10:59 PM

        Sorry I mistyped two letters -J.A. Henckles International aka the knife company like the Twin Professional S or Twin Four Star II

        1. re: Smachnoho
          millygirl Apr 19, 2009 06:42 AM

          You should have asked at IQ Living. They definitely had some at christmas time but it could have been a one time thing. I agree though, they don't have much in the way of high end.

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        Tatai Jan 8, 2009 04:59 PM

        I was at Whole Foods in Yorkville today and noticed that the kitchenware store across the hall, the Pepper Mill, has Staub at 30% off.

        1. Kagemusha Jan 8, 2009 03:03 PM

          They've been available occasionally at some Costcos(along with Creuset) but Batalli's Chinese-made stuff grabbed their shelf space. I got some French-made Lagostina enameled cast-iron from Sears last year that was being cleared--dead-ringers for Staub ware. Sadly, it's tough to source here and it's usually pricier than Creuset. The Chinese-made stuff has chased quality off the shelves--sadly.

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            millygirl Jan 8, 2009 02:54 PM

            I saw it advertised in a flyer from IQ Living on the Danforth. Give them a call. In fact, I believe they were featured as a sale item. Really nice red color oval dutch oven.

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