10 Easy Pieces: Oven to Table Cookware

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What's not to love about cookware that stands ready to leap from stove to centerpiece? Our favorites have a simple elegance that gives them another double use: they're equally at home on the daily dinner table or in the spotlight at a holiday feast. And considering all they do, these workhorses are extremely well priced.

Ceramic Casserole with Lid

Above: West Elm Market's Ceramic Casserole with Lid is available in black or white and currently on sale for $19.99 for the small and $29.99 for the large.

Blue Roaster

Above: One of our favorite finds from Ancient Industries, a cast-iron enameled Blue Roaster, made the same way for decades by Reiss of Austria, $60.

Chicken in a terra-cotta roaster a 1970s staple ready to be rediscovered. At West Elm Market, it's $39.

Above: Chicken in a Terracotta Roaster, a 1970s staple ready to be rediscovered; $39 from West Elm Market.

West Elm's Terrain Bakeware is one of a collection of three matte-black stoneware dishes that are safe for oven microwave and dishwasher. The large oval baker is $39..

Above: West Elm's Terrain Bakeware, one of a collection of three matte-black stoneware dishes that are safe for oven, microwave, and dishwasher. The large oval baker, $39, is shown here.

Above: Royal Copenhagen's 10" x 14" Black Mega Ovenware is on sale from $240 to $120.

Enamel Cast Iron Dutch Oven

Above: Up-and-coming London designer Aaron Probyn devised the angular lines of the Enamel Cast Iron Dutch Oven; prices range from $79 to $99 from West Elm Market.

Pyrex Oblong Baking Dish

Above: A classic that's been gently updated, the Pyrex Oblong Baking Dish, $13.99, comes with a snap-on cover for the fridge and for easy transport.

Iittala's 3-Quart Stock Pot

Above: The ultimate Christmas present for the design-minded cook, Iittala's 3-Quart Stock Pot has a white enameled interior and a removable oak handle that can be used to lift the lid. Made in Finland since 1960, it's newly available from West Elm Market for $295.

Heritage Stoneware Oval Covered Casserole

Above: Big enough to cook a goose, Le Creuset's Heritage Stoneware Oval Covered Casserole is marked down from $120 to $90 at Williams-Sonoma.

Above: Heath's one-quart Pouring Bowl is ideal for serving soup or gravy. It's safe for stove, oven, and dishwasher. Great for making pancakes, too.

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