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Le Creuset Braiser Giveaway


I’m really excited about this giveaway.  I fell in love with my Le Creuset 3.5 Qt Braiser and I want you to have the same experience.  This braiser helps bring so much flavor to your meals and I’m sure you will not be disappointed.  To enter this giveaway follow the instructions below.  Good Luck and remember with Creativity and imagination you can make anything beautiful. The value of this beauty is $230.

To enter to win the Le Creuset Giveaway, please leave a comment on this post, telling Homemade Delish “What you would cook with a Le Creuset Braiser”

Below will give you extra points:

1. Join Homemade Delish and Le Creuset on Facebook. Leave a comment on Homemade Delish’s Facebook letting us know you liked us both.

2. Follow @Homemadedelish and @LeCreuset on Twitter. Leave a tweet letting us know you followed

3. Subscribe to Homemade Delish if you already haven’t.

The giveaway is open until Friday December 28th at 11:59 p.m. The giveaway is only open to United States residents. Be sure to have valid email address included with your comment(s).  I will email the winner and if the winner doesn’t respond in 24 hours, a new winner will be chosen.

Disclosure: This giveaway is being provided by Le Creuset, but the opinions are Homemade Delish’s own.

Good Luck!


115 thoughts on “Le Creuset Braiser Giveaway

  1. I would braise beef cheeks in butter, deglaze with a little white wine, then simmer the liquid with rainbow carrots and thinly sliced onions, savory, paprika, parsley and oregano . I’d serve this over homemade mashed potatoes. Now I am hungry. Best, seizethedae (twitter)

  2. So excited for a chance to win the brasier! Joined the FB pages of you and Le Creuset, and following you both on Twitter! Thank you!

  3. I’m not sure… I’m just learning how to cook and I’ve never braised anything before! But the pot is so lovely I would try tons of recipes!

  4. Hi! I couldn’t win for myself, as I live in Ireland. But my father would love this! So if it’s possible to win it as a gift to someone in the US, there’s a chance I can make it to see dad next year and he is a FABULOUS cook. I can’t imagine what he would come up with; he still has some beef from the cows he raised, however, and I’m sure he could come up with something wonderful for a family dinner.

  5. I already posted (above, last night), but just realized I didn’t put what I would cook! Having a tough time deciding which of two recipes I would make, so I’ll list both. I make a beef roast recipe I call Three Onion Roast that also has lots of fresh herbs in it. After the roast is finished, a little wine is added to the drippings with the herbs and cooked down on the stove to serve over the roast and mashed potatoes – that would be a good one to make in the braiser. But I also have a recipe where I braise pork chops, make a gravy from the drippings, then put the pork chops back in and let that cook in the oven for a while – would also be great done in the braiser. So many things I would use it for!

  6. Greetings, and Happy Holidays to all! I’ve followed/’Liked’ both accounts on Facebook and Twitter. With a LeCreuset Braiser I would make my Cabernet-Pomegranate Beef Short Ribs. Fall-off-the-bone tender…My email is FlavorfulWorld (at) food4u (dot) com.

  7. I subscribe via email to your newsletter. Thank you so much for the opportunity to enter. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

  8. I’d braise a nice chuck roast or even a pork shoulder…slow cook both with broth,onions, potatoes, carrots, bay leave, some red wine, and spices. Thanks for hosting!

  9. I would teach my 20something daughter to make all of the classic french dishes: Chicken with 40 cloves of garlic; coq a vin; beuf bourgionon; and of course classic American Chile! Cheers! Eileen Gross | WineEveryday

  10. Since my crockpot broke on Christmas eve i had my hubby glue it back in pieces so i could cook dinner for our company as planned. It turned out fine, but would love the opportunity to make my pulled pork, with a burnished flavor using this cooker.

  11. I would cook EVERYTHING in a Le Creuset Dutch Oven!! Seriously. On my to-die-for kitchen list. You can roast a chicken, make soup, bang out a baked pasta, or put on a gimantico pot of chili in these babies. You know you can find valid email addresses attached to comments from your WP dashboard but!! just in case, mine is heather[at]sugardishme[dot]com. This is a super fun giveaway and I’d love to know how you pulled this off for my own readers! I have followed here for quite some time 🙂 Thanks!!

  12. I would have to make my grandmother’s famous roast with potatoes and veggies. She stuffs garlic into the roast and it gives it the BEST flavor.

  13. Lamb shanks, cooked for at least 3 hrs, in a rich red wine & rosemary sauce….served with a creamy garlic mash…. well I would make my hubby cook it for me 🙂

    I know I can’t enter as I’m not in the US but I just wanted to say what I’d like to have cooked, and all these dishes are making me drool!

  14. I cannot pick just one thing to make in this Beauty!!!! I recently saw a Tuscan Bread recipe that was made in one of these, I would def. try a Roast or chicken or a really good soup for the Winter!!!!! I have been wanting one of these soooo bad!!!!!

  15. This is an awesome giveaway! Following your blog and following you and Le Creuset on Twitter and Facebook. There is a dish I haven’t made in many years that this beautiful pot would be perfect for! It is called, “Oden” and it is the ultimate comfort food in Japan and is a very hearty winter dish. I would hunt down the traditional ingredients and cook them in my Le Creuset, take pictures along the way and post everything on my blog. (My mouth is watering.)
    Thanks for the opportunity – I hope I win! mycookinglifebypatty@yahoo.com

  16. Love this!! Would definitely make Coq au Vin, my all-time favorite recipe for a dutch oven. I would really love to try braised beef short ribs though for starters. 🙂 I am following, friending, and tweeting as we speak 🙂

  17. Living on the Chesapeake Bay, I always think of local seafood first. Now that it’s winter, and my neighbors leave the house before dark to go hand-tong oysters in the dark winter waters, I’ve gotta think oyster stew. One with bacon, probably, to start, and a few potatoes, fish stock and fresh, local Chesapeake Oysters. Heavy (oh yeah) cream. YUM! If I win I’ll send you photos and blog about it on http://www.chesapeakejournal.com! Thanks for the delicious idea. I think I’ll make that this weekend whether I win or not. Happy Holidays to you!

  18. I’m not sure what I would cook first – maybe some beef or pork braised in a wine sauce. So many yummy recipes to choose from. Can’t wait!

  19. I wonder if this size dutch oven would be large enough to bake bread in? That’s something I’d like to try first. Bet it would be awesome for making some thick hearty soup too. Thanks for posting this giveaway! My fingers are crossed………

  20. I have a sour dough bread recipe that calls for making it in a pot just like that! I don’t have a pot like that, so I haven’t try the recipe my friend gave me yet. I’d use it first thing for that recipe!

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