The Black Friday Sale is here

Save 30% on sustainable cookware and kitchen essentials

Black Friday is here

Save 30% on sustainable cookware and kitchen essentials

SHOP THE SALE

Cast Iron Cookware Sets

40% RECYCLED CAST IRON · DISHWASHER FRIENDLY · ENAMELLED

SHOP COOKWARE SETS

Cast Iron Dutch Ovens

40% RECYCLED CAST IRON · DISHWASHER FRIENDLY · ENAMELED

SHOP DUTCH OVENS

Cast Iron Skillets

40% RECYCLED CAST IRON · DISHWASHER FRIENDLY · ENAMELED

SHOP SKILLETS

Our core values

Beautifully designed

To reshape traditions, we take recycled materials and transform them into striking cookware that lasts lifetimes.

Ethically produced

Quality cookware should bring people together, and we’re committed to safe and fair working conditions for all our partners and employees.

Thoughtfully made

Our sustainable cookware celebrates durable materials, minimalist designs, multi-functionality, and new traditions!

AS FEATURED ON

"Creating simple and healthy meals at the end of every day will actually be enjoyable with this."

AS SEEN IN

"Dead-set on disruption, one kitchen cabinet at a time."

AS SEEN IN

"Disrupting the old guard."

AS SEEN IN

“Premium kitchenware at a fraction of the cost.”

AS SEEN IN

"Cuts no corners when it comes to design and excellence."

AS SEEN IN

"Cooks as well as cookware four times the price."

AS SEEN IN

"Perfect. An indispensable classic that's a secret weapon for top chefs around the world."

What people like you have to say

I purchased my Milo by Kana Dutch Oven after thoroughly researching dutch ovens. It is the best investment I have ever made kitchen-wise! Don't hesitate for a second! Worth every penny!! LOVE, LOVE it!! Cooks everything perfectly, clean-up is easy and it looks so pretty on my stove!!! Ten out of Ten!!!”

Jennie

They work great and are made in Finland from paper that comes from sustainably managed forests. They’re also 100% compostable and packaged in a plastic-free storage envelope! LOVE!

Margaret

So glad to have found these in such cute designs - making my cleaning routine more sustainable has been one of the hardest parts of going to a low-waste kitchen and I just love knowing that I can wash these and then when it's all over they won't sit in landfills for a million years. They're the best. And they work so well - I use them for cleaning everywhere.

Jayla

Holiday Inspiration

carving turkey
3 Ways To Cook Turkey This Holiday Season

Turkey dinner is a steadfast tradition for many of us during the Holidays. From the benefits of brining to thinking twice about basting, here are three great ways...

PREP TIME
COOK TIME
SERVES
SEE RECIPE

The Tradition of Turkey

Turkey dinner is a steadfast tradition for many of us during the holidays. From the benefits of brining to thinking twice about basting, here are three foolproof ways to cook your turkey as part of a festive feast.

Boneless Breast is Best

Leftover turkey isn’t for everyone, so why make more than necessary? Instead of cooking a full turkey, stick to the breast of the bird. The cooking time is shorter and there’s a lot less work involved. Each breast serves one to two people depending on the breast size, so this is a great option for a thrifty dinner. 

Preheat your oven to 325 F. Grease a pan with butter or oil. Lay out some oven-safe butcher’s twine, and place the breasts on the twine and use your favorite stuffing in the center. Carefully wrap the turkey breasts around the stuffing and use the twine to keep it all in place. Once you’ve got it all wrapped up, place the “roast” in the pan and put it in the oven, covered, for about 3 hours, or until fully cooked.

roasted turkey

 

Bacon and Butter, What Can Be Better?

Preheat your oven to 325 F. Stuff the turkey with an apple and a couple of small onions. This creates a sweetness that, in turn, brings out the savory flavour of the meat. Rub some rosemary butter onto the outside of the turkey, then cover the whole thing in bacon. Before covering the turkey with foil, add some white wine and broth to the roasting pan and put the turkey in the oven for about three to four hours. 

When there’s about an hour left, take the bird out of the oven, remove the bacon that’s left and put it back in, uncovered, to crisp up the skin and achieve that perfect golden color.

crispy bacon

 

Brine Baby, Brine

Brining a turkey is an excellent way to ensure that your bird comes out tender and juicy. This takes some extra time but the result is worth the work and the wait. 

Avoid a pre-salted turkey, brining a fresh turkey is the best way to go. Submerging your bird in the brining solution does a number of things to the meat. First, the turkey takes on the flavor of the salt, seasoning it perfectly. and tSecondly, the brining time allows the turkey to absorb some of the moisture from the water, keeping it nice and juicy. Brining takes between 12 and 24 hours for the best results. 

Brine your turkey in a cup of salt and 4 quarts of water. Heat up the first quart of water to lukewarm and dissolve the salt. Place your turkey in a container and pour the solution over it. Add in the rest of the water and put the whole thing in the fridge. Once the process is complete, remove the turkey, run it under water and pat dry. Cook your turkey as you normally would. 

salt in spoon

 

Slide into Sides

What’s turkey dinner without the side dishes? Instead of mashed potatoes, why not try smashed potatoes instead. Take your boiled potatoes, let them cool, smash then fry them. Top it all off with a little sour cream, chives and a smokey hot sauce. Brussels sprouts are a great side dish as well, especially when baked in the oven with chorizo. 17 minutes on 400 F and they come out piping hot and ready to serve. 

smashed potatoes with chives and sour cream

 

Tips & Tricks

Never baste your turkey. Taking the turkey out of the oven messes with the oven temperature and the liquid evaporates off the bird, leaving the skin dry and rubbery.

A fully cooked turkey should have an internal temperature of 165 F. Use a meat thermometer to ensure it’s fully cooked. 

Maple Bacon Bourbon Brussels Sprouts
Maple Bacon Bourbon Brussels Sprouts
A little bit salty, a little bit sweet, a whole lotta of flavor. This iconic side dish by Danielle Campbell combines the best things in life - maple syrup, bacon and booze. Even the most sprouts-av...
PREP TIME
COOK TIME
SERVES
SEE RECIPE
  • Recipe by
  • Prep time
    15 minutes
  • Cook Time
    1 hour
  • Serves
    4-6
  • vegan sugar cookies recipe
    Vegan & Gluten-Free Sugar Cookies

    This sugar cookies recipe is both vegan and gluten-free (frosting included!) for the ultimate sweet treat everyone can enjoy. 

    PREP TIME
    COOK TIME
    SERVES
    SEE RECIPE
  • Recipe by
  • Prep time
    20 minutes
  • Bake Time
    8 minutes
  • Yield
    2-3 dozen cookies
  • cheesy potato gratin in dutch oven with wooden serving spoon
    Cheesy Potato Gratin with Gruyère & Thyme
    The heavenly trifecta of potatoes, cream and cheese is unapologetically indulgent. Baked until golden and bubbling, this gratin is comfort food at its finest.
    PREP TIME
    COOK TIME
    SERVES
    SEE RECIPE
  • Recipe by
  • Prep time
    15 minutes
  • Cook Time
    1 hour 25 minutes
  • Serves
    6
  • Honeyed Zaatar Carrots with Yogurt
    Honeyed Zaatar Carrots with Yogurt
    This is an exercise in taking an ordinary root vegetable and transforming it into a side dish that sings with flavour. Warming and delicately spiced, this Middle Eastern inspired recipe is a treat ...
    PREP TIME
    COOK TIME
    SERVES
    SEE RECIPE
  • Recipe by
  • Prep time
    10 minutes
  • Cook Time
    50 minutes
  • Serves
    4
  • GET INSPIRED