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Sometimes we need a little inspiration to get us going in the kitchen—especially us non-cookers who rarely touch the stove. Well, Our Place just gave us some motivation to take out our aprons. You know the Always Pan that we're always raving about? The cookware brand just launched a new color of it that's perfect for summer.

Meet Zest—a new vibrant golden, yellow hue of the multitasking nonstick skillet that's inspiring us to turn our stoves back on.

Our Place Just Dropped a New Always Pan Color & Its Totally Giving Us Summer Vibes
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Seriously, we want to make so many summery dishes, and the best part is we know that we can because the pan itself is that good. If you've never heard of the Always Pan, it's time you get familiar. The nonstick skillet is a gamechanger in the kitchen, it not only does the work of an eight-piece cookware set, but it's also non-toxic and has a modular lid and mesh basket that makes steaming a breeze. Plus, it comes with a companion nesting spatula that really comes in handy—FYI, all of this is only for $145. So basically, the Always Pan is a kitchen must-have—especially in the new Zest shade, which totally reminds us of sunflower fields, sunsets and picnic dinners. 

BTW, now that weddings and housewarming parties are back on, if you've been stumped on what to buy, you should know that Our Place makes a great gift. I mean, who wouldn't love the effortlessly joyful Zest Always Pan? You can even pair it with the brand's Spruce Steamer, designed for cooking vegetables, fish, dumplings and fresh tamales with ease. 

Now we know we might've said that Terracota was our favorite Always Pan, but Zest is without a doubt the prettiest color we've seen so far. 

You know what to do, and don't forget to scoop up those wedding and housewarming gifts, too. 

Buy Now ($145)

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