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Braise the Roof! Why We Love This Pot

AT A RECENT ATK Reviews team meeting, we played a fun game: Each of us named our five must-have pieces of cookware. My number one pick was my braiser, which pretty much lives on my stovetop. With its sloped sides, wide cooking surface, and heavy lid, it’s ready to tackle anything from chili to sautéed greens to shakshuka to roast chicken.

To find the best braiser, we selected four enameled cast-iron models and one ceramic model, all priced from about $59 to about $330 and all with capacities close

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