TGIF: $300 Le Creuset Giveaway!

December 2, 2010 | By | Comments (203)

Flame.doufeuLe Creuset really needs no introduction! Known for its durability, versatility, and gorgeous colors and design (can you tell I'm a fan?!), this cookware is sought after by culinary professionals as well as home cooks around the world. Sure, most of us our celebrating the holidays right now, but this week's prize is celebrating its 75th anniversary!

Enter Le Creuset's Doufeu. Introduced in 1934, this cast-iron creation has stood the test of time as an "oven (that) gently cooks and continually moistens food for succulent meals every time."

Finished_ad_whats_new_paint[1]Want to win this $300 piece of cookware? Here's how: Describe for us in 50 words or less what you would cook in the Doufeu if it was yours. Entries should be typed into the comments field of this blog post. Entries are due by Monday, December 6, at 11:59 p.m. EST. See a full list of contest rules here.

And congrats to Linda, winner of the Baker's Giveaway! Here's the baked good she takes to holiday parties and what makes it special:
My yummy offering is a pan of "Pecan Pie Bars". They qualify as "special" because I must gather, crack, and shell the pecans beforehand. The smiles they bring to friend's faces make the labor-intensive process well worth the effort!

COMMENTS

  1. Stuart Emmons

    As a vegetarian, I would simmer some potatoes and sweet potatoes, and serve those alongside some steamed veggies!

    December 21, 2010 at 8:50 am
  2. Skye@cast iron stew pot

    It is good to have dutch oven as an additional equipment in our kitchen. If this is really given out for free, I’d really like to have it.
    I will cook my favorites sea foods recipe on this. Then, enjoy the good food.

    March 20, 2011 at 8:19 pm
  3. Gina M Maddox

    I would love to cook a beef roast in this lovely cookware, along with chunks of potatoes, carrots, and celery! Thanks for the chance to win!

    gina.m.maddox (at) gmail (dot) com

    August 13, 2012 at 6:06 pm

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