Friday, April 16, 2010

Le Creuset Petite Casserole Dish Giveaway

Contest is now closed. Congrats to entry #5 Erica Best (purplelover04). Erica, I sent you a message on twitter, please email me with your postal address so we can send the Le Creuset dish to you. Again, CONGRATULATIONS!

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Timestamp: Friday, 23 April 2010 at 22:08:33 UTC
It's time. I'm hosting my first giveaway, and I must admit, it's a sweet offer from CSN Stores and a few of their partner sites. If you're not familiar with CSN, they feature comforts for the home, such as, modern and art deco style furnishings, entertainment centers including corner tv stands, and cookware from Calphalon, KitchenAid, and Le Creuset.

Speaking of Le Creuset, as a little thank you dear reader, you have the chance to win a 12-ounce Petite Oval Casserole Dish, which by the way, is ideal for cocktail and dinner parties.

If you're not already convinced, here's a bit about the dish:


This Petite Oval Casserole is the perfect size for accenting a table with dips, condiments, cheeses, salsas, and aioli. The lid makes it practical for heating up sauces in the microwave or keeping snacks fresh. You can bake charming individual portions while entertaining guests. Crafted from high-quality durable stoneware, this piece will not chip, scratch, or stain. The Le Creuset Petite Oval Casserole is a stylish and versatile kitchen essential!




Features:
  • Striking Cobalt color
  • Does not absorb odors and flavors
  • Oven and microwave safe
  • Durable, non-porous enamel resists chipping, scratching, staining
  • Convenient grip handles
  • Refrigerator and freezer safe
Specifications:
  • Material: Stoneware
  • Capacity: 12-Ounce
  • Cleaning and Care: Dishwasher safe

Here's How to Enter to win the Le Creuset casserole dish:

1. Leave a comment here and tell me what appetizer you would serve in this dish at a cocktail or dinner party.

2. For an extra entry, follow art and lemons on Twitter (leave a separate comment for this).

3. For an extra entry, become a fan of art and lemons on Facebook (leave a separate comment for this).

4. Contest Ends Friday, April 23, 5 pm EST. Open to US and Canadian Residents only. The winner will be chosen from Random.org and will be notified by email.

Good Luck!

30 comments:

  1. I'd serve roast potatoes w/ fresh grated cheese or a little bit of dipping sauce for bread or .... oh my gosh, what wouldn't I serve in this?!?!

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  2. Congrats on your first giveaway! For me comfort foods seem to go hand in hand with this petite Le Creuset, like a kicked up mac and cheese. Or maybe cocktail meatballs if I was having a wine tasting gathering.

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  3. I would love to serve a warm crabmeat, parmesan, and artichoke dip in this as an hors d'oeuvre.

    Thanks for the chance to enter!

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  4. Nikki, I'm now following you on Twitter, too!

    Thanks again,

    Dan

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  5. i would serve stuffed mushrooms i love them

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  6. im following u on twitter @purplelover04

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  7. I think it's calling for a ooey, gooey warm dip!

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  8. I follow by rss reader. I'd make my homemade meatballs & sauce in this. Cobalt blue matches my kitchen I love it.

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  9. I just signed up on Facebook for you. I want that pan so bad.

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  10. Ok, now I feel like a stalker as I'm following you on Twitter.

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  11. I would make a lovely cassoulet with white beans, duck and weisswurst!!! Gosh that sounds so fantastic, especially served in a Le Creuset!!!

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  12. I am thinking warm artichoke dip, or cobbler for two, or single serve soup....I am DYING for this!

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  13. A warm swiss cheese and onion dip that is perfect on crackers and bread!

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  14. What a beautiful color blue!
    I'd serve up warm vegan cheezy dip and serve with homemade baked tortilla chips!

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  15. I'm thinking a cheesy dip thing, too. Yum. Or maybe I would try a hot crab dip - I've never made that and would be inspired if I had a new blue dish!

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  16. Since I would have only one of these, I would probably go with a dip of some sort. (If I had more than one, I would make individual gratins or savory bread puddings or a fancy mac and cheese. Or desserts like individual blueberry crisps.)
    Since I would have just the one, though, I would make a warm dip so that I could utilize the fact that the vessel can be warmed, and the fact that it has a lid. I'm going to go crabbing this summer, so I should have plenty of Chesapeake blue crab with which to make a warm crab dip. With Old Bay, of course.

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  17. Spinach artichoke dip would look great in that dish.

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  18. We are crazy about Buffalo Chicken Dip right now, and wouldn't that red/orange dip look yummy in this gorgeous blue casserole?!?

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  19. Follow you on Twitter - susitravl

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  20. I took the plunge on Facebook and follow you there, too (I definitely "like" you!).

    Thank you.

    Dan

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  21. Well after I got the delicious Buffalo Chicken Dip from a friend of mine, I would serve that in here!! mmmmm :)
    Thanks!!

    stephanie_dunbar07 at hotmail dot com

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  22. I'm following you on Twitter- SteCold

    stephanie_dunbar07 at hotmail dot com

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  23. I am a Facebook fan of art and lemons!
    Stephanie Coldwell
    stephanie_dunbar07 at hotmail dot com

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  24. I would serve roasted root vegetables in this! LOVE the color!!

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  25. Following you on twitter! I'm @paigebayer

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  26. Nikki, I would make a classic French onion soup dip - from scratch or just from a mix (when pressed for time).

    Thanks,

    Cam
    cammcgowanATgmailDOTcom

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