Caraway Home is the latest of many cookware makers to crop up in the direct-to-consumer age, but it’s one of the first with a value proposition beyond “it cooks nice.”
Its products, designed by Box Clever, the team behind Away’s luggage and a Tim Cook-backed shower head, are made of a ceramic-coated non-stick material instead of the more traditional stainless steel (or Teflon non-stick). This means that they don’t have the heat potential or searing capabilities of the All-Clads of the world, but they are simpler to cook with, easier to clean and more affordable. Available in grey, navy, green, cream and a “perracotta” (pink and terracotta), they also happen to look pretty stellar.
Caraway Home’s first products are available in a four-piece set that includes a 10.5-inch fry pan, 3-quart sauce pan, 6.5-quart Dutch oven and a 4.5-quart sauté pan. The package also comes with lids and lid holders for each piece (all have lids, save the fry pan) and handy magnetic racks for easy storage. Sets are available now for $395.
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