Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Le Creuset Cookware Giveaway - Closed




 I'm so excited to have my first giveaway on the first day of my little boys first birthday month!  ok ok... can you tell I am a first time mama? So sappy!
How can you blame me? Look at this cute fella! 


You might remember, last week I polled you all on Facebook asking you what you would want to win. Many of you asked "How are you giving away such a BIG item for your first giveaway?".  Well here is the AWESOME news: 
I am joining forces with some incredible paleo/real food bloggers and offering you a HUGE giveaway for my first giveaway!  They were all so supportive and just as excited as I was to bring this to all of you!  After polling you all on Facebook and asking what you would want to win, the item that came in first place was: the 5 Piece Le Creuset Cookware

This set includes:
  • 3 1/2 qt. Signature Round Dutch Oven with Lid
  • 1 1/4 qt. Iron Handle Precision Pour Saucepan with Lid
  • 9" Signature Iron Handle Skillet.
Le Creuset is an enameled cast iron that will last FOREVER. This type of cookware can be handed down to your children, it lasts THAT long! Cast iron provides even distribution of heat when cooking and stays warm for a long time. The enamel protects the cast iron from acids like tomatoes and vinegar. I have a tradition cast iron pan that I love as well, but the enameled cast iron is over the top amazing!  It is great for roasting, stewing, baking, frying, sauteeing, etc..I could go on and on.  I is a must-have for every kitchen!

Le Creuset is the cream of the crop and I have been wanting a set like this forever!  I have a 3 1/2 qt. Le Creuset casserole dish that was given to us for a wedding gift and I use it at least 3 times a week, I am sure you have seen it on many of my recipe photos. I LOVE it. Do you wish you had this set too?  Your votes said YES! So here is your opportunity to WIN IT FOR FREE! This set is valued at $400 on Amazon. Seriously, go check it out RIGHT NOW and if you are like me and love a good sale and have no patients... you can actually buy it now (on sale on for 25% off!).  Then if you win you can give one of the sets away or heck - have two!  These will be the only pots and pans you will need in your kitchen and after using them, you're gonna want to donate all your old ones.  I gave my mom one of the Signature Road Dutch Ovens for Christmas last year and she told me "don't buy me anything else ever again... just keep adding to this set!"  OK - OK Enough - how do I win? 

Enter to win this 5 Piece Le Creuset Cookware Set ($400 value)!

HERE'S HOW TO WIN:

1) Click to take a closer look at this set at this set! Winner will get to choose their color.
(After reading about it come back here to complete steps steps 2-5.)

2) Subscribe to Yuppie Farm Girl, my newsletter highlighting the latest posts from me! I will not share your email address with a third party. It is solely used for my newsletter and updates from The Yuppie Farm Girl. 





3) Leave me a comment and let me know the first thing you will make with your new Le Creuset Cookware set!

4) Use the Rafflecopter widget below to confirm your entries and unlock more! 
You can earn extra entries by following the instructions in the Rafflecopter widget. This giveaway is open to everyone, but the Le Creuset set will only be shipped to U.S. or Canadian residents. Winners who live outside of these areas will receive an Amazon gift card in the amount of the item sale price on Amazon.

5) Be sure to check out this giveaway's co-hosting bloggers for more chances to win! It is all because of these lovely bloggers that I was able to bring you this HUGE giveaway.  By showing them some love, you get extra entries!! Yes, you heard me right. You can go to each blog below and enter again:

One winner will be chosen via random.org. We will announce the lucky winner on Tuesday, October 14, 2013. The winner will have 48 hours to contact (thepaleomama at gmail dot com) with his/her full name, address, and phone number. There is no purchase necessary to win.

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74 comments:

  1. I will make a chicken and rice bake

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  2. I'm envisioning a gorgeous fall grass-fed beef stew!

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  3. Oh man I would make so many things I would probably cook up some bacon and eggs!

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  4. I would use the dutch oven to bake a whole chicken and then use it to make bone broth!

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  5. love these! butternut soup!

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  6. We would make a pot of green chile pork!

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  7. So many recipes to choose from! definitely going to be cooking a whole chicken though!

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  8. I will make a thai chicken curry!!!

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  9. Dutch oven will be great for no-knead bread and potatoes and peppers from the garden in the frying pan! Love this teal color! Cindy Sutton

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  10. Dutch oven will be great for no-knead bread and potatoes and peppers from the garden in the frying pan! Love this teal color! Oops, did the first comment wrong so re-commenting here, lol.

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  11. Cherry lights my fire…and the first thing I would cook would be pan seared steaks with parsley butter.

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  12. Bacon, eggs and so many other things.

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  13. The first thing I would make with the beautiful Cassis dutch oven would be a hearty stew. With sweet, steamy carrots, and delicious onion, tangy tomatoes, perfect potatoes. Ahhhh...

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  14. Green beans and bacon:)

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  15. Re-publish w/name:)
    Green beans and bacon....Yum!!!!

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  16. Whatever you will give me a recipe for!

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  17. The first thing I will make is a loaf of rye bread in the dutch oven, and an eggs scramble with tons of fresh herbs and veggies

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  18. bacon to season, roasted chicken, beef stew, veggie-filled frittata, chili... It'd be paleo whatever it was!

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  19. Something braised, roasted or stewed! Yum!

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  20. I would definitely start off by making a grilled cheese and homemade veggie soup :)

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  21. I would probably make Chicken Thighs with Kale- Michael Symon's recipe :)

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  22. This time of year? I would love to make beef stew in my brand new Le Creuset cookware!

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  23. some sort of soup with sausage and veggies.

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  24. Oh the flame just jumps out at me. it is such a wonderful, cheery color. I think those pots are begging me to make stew.

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  25. I would make gumbo or a pork stew.

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  26. The first dinner I would make would be a Sunday chicken dinner.

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  27. i'm thinkin about a nice beef stew once the weather gets a bit chillier.

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  28. I can't cook, so whatever the hubby wants to make.

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  29. I would make a yummy, rich beef stew! Love the Caribbean color!

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  30. Beef stew and corned beef hash, eggs breakfast. ~larryg

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  31. Chili or soup!!!!

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  32. Any kind of chicken dish because my kids love chicken

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  33. Scrambled eggs, fried potatoes, grits . . .

    Naomi S

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  34. Food for my family! Breakfast for dinner sounds yummy!

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  35. Beef Stew or Braised Brisket!

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  36. I'd make a nice fall vegetable stew!
    -Jessie Stevens

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  37. I would make my grandma's stuffed cabbage recipe with sourkraut... Flame is my favorite color

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  38. I would make a yummy fall soup. Love the blue colored one!

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  39. I'd make Sweet Potato Mushroom Cheese Soup in one of the pots and braised greens with pork in the skillet and dozens of other things . . .

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  40. A nice venison stew...with potatoes, carrots, celery, homemade broth, some red wine and rosemary!! YUM!

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  41. Roasted Brussels sprouts from the fall crop!

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  42. Vegetable soup and cornbread!

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  43. The Paleo Mama has a recipe for salmon patties w a lemon dill sauce I would love to make. What better way for a seafood lover to break in a new set :)

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  44. The first thing I would make is one of the free range organic chickens I raised and butchered this fall. Yummo!

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  45. Eggs! We recently replaced our non-stick pans with stainless steal and I cannot figure out how to cook eggs in them - this Le Creuset set would be perfect!

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  46. I will make a grass-fed pot roast with SCD veggies and mixed greens with ghee and pastured eggs. Oh yes. In the Flame color.

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  47. I would love to make a big Sunday dinner with all of these pots. Beautiful!

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  48. I would make lamb shank! Fire is the prettiest.

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  49. Christie PastorettOctober 9, 2013 at 8:22 PM

    I would make a bone broth.

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  50. I would make an omelet!

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  51. I will make beef stew, Brunswick stew, or chili

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  52. I have a pork chop recipe that would be great made in this cookware~!

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  53. I love the Caribbean color. I would make French onion soup or spaghetti sauce for spaghetti squash

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  54. I would make beef stew, I love the Caribbean color!

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  55. I would make home made butternut squash soup. I created the recipe myself one day. I'm not a paleo follower but I think it might be paleo. I don't put any diary or cream in it. It's 100% vegetables, squash, chicken broth, and seasoning. Yummy!

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  56. The first thing I would make would be soup or stew.

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  57. The first thing I'm going to cook is steak! :-D

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