Our Place Just Launched a New Color of the Fan-Favorite Always Pan

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New year, same obsession with Our Place’s beloved Always Pan, the multitasking nonstick skillet that stole everyone’s hearts and filled their Instagram feeds. Sure, all of the current color options are on backorder (it’s that good), but we have good news: There’s a new color of the Always Pan available today. Everyone say hello to Heat.

our place always pan heat
Our Place

If you’re an early fan of the brand, you might recognize the vermillion hue as last year’s limited-edition Lunar New Year Red Pan (which, no surprise, sold out fast). Renamed Heat, Our Place calls the color “a celebration of spice and the eclectic world of peppers.” (It also replaces the lavender color, which is officially sold out forever.)

And while this color is certainly spicier than the line’s other muted, earthy shades, it features the same eight-in-one functionality and ease of use that we know and love. The inner surface is slick enough to fry an egg on, the modular lid and fitted basket make steaming a breeze and there’s a handy nesting spatula for stirring—and it’s still a reasonable $145.

our place always pan heat steamer set
Our Place

If you want to really kick things up a notch, you can also purchase the Heat Always Pan as part of a bundle with the brand’s steamer basket set. It comes with a pan, two bamboo steamers, liner papers for easy cleanup and a pair of cooking chopsticks for $175. We use our steamers to cook dumplings, in case you’re wondering.

Look, we can’t predict the future…but we have a feeling this launch will sell out quickly. You should act fast (you know, unless you like being on a waitlist).

Katherine Gillen

Senior Food Editor

Katherine Gillen is PureWow’s senior food editor. She’s a writer, recipe developer and food stylist with a degree in culinary arts and professional experience in New York City...
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