Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Le Creuset Review and Giveaway!

I received my Le Creuset 9x9 Baking Dish set from Cookware.com (a CSN Store) on Saturday. Last week was the first week of school for the big kids and we are in the process of upgrading our cell phone, home phone and internet service so yesterday was the first day I got to use my new dish! Here it is drying after making baked Alaskan cod to go with our stir fry dinner.

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Okay folks…. it is AWESOME! I love love love this dish! My stove is older and it usually takes longer to cook things than the directions called for but this little dish baked the FROZEN cod in 9 minutes! (the directions said to cook THAWED for 4 min each side) It was cooked to perfection I may add. I just put some butter in the bottom of the dish, laid two cod fillets on top and sprinkled some seasoning on top. Nothing fancy. Put in the oven at 450 and all it took was 4.5 minutes on each side. It was SO delicious! Now, I can’t eat shellfish, but my family says it tasted like it could have been lobster! No kidding!

I just checked and you can still get this deal at Cookware.com9' Square Baking Dish with Bonus 5' Baking Dish in Caribbean

BOTH 9” and 5” baking dishes for only 24.95 (was 59.00!)

---------------------- Now, something for YOU ----------------------------

Birdcage Tea Towel How about this TOO cute Birdcage Tea Towel? I picked it out just for you!

It’s 100% organic cotton, it’s BIG (50x70) and it is a 20.00 value.

How to win: just leave a comment telling me what else I should make in my new square bakers! That’s it. I am not up for run around commenting if I don’t have to ;)

*You have until Friday, Aug. 6th at NOON to enter. I’ll choose a winner at the time.

Em @ BOS Reviews

8 comments:

Jen~ Lipstick and Laundry said...

Those pans look amazing, I would make some gooey double chocolate brownies in my square baker...
The tea towel is right up my alley... :)

Laurie said...

Well, those dishes are gorgeous and I'm so glad you like them! I think you should make up a lovely fruit cobbler or a cream cheese danish casserole in one or both of them! My recipes for these are on: lauriesfoodfiles.blogspot.com Thanks for the giveaway opp!
Love Laurie from Scene of the Grime
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Nancy said...

I would make a classic yellow cake with creamy chocolate icing and have a side of vanilla ice cream... yummy...

Love that tea towel...

Carolsue said...

Cornbread is always good with a lot of different things! Either by Scratch or packaged Marie Callendars is great!
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The Smith's said...

Id say brownies, baked spaghetti or bread pudding! Yummy! Love this brand of dishes!!!
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Anonymous said...

I would make lasagna in that pan. It is really a pretty color too!!!! Love these dishes.

Connie (chubmoma@verizon.net)

mysteryhistorymom said...

How about peach cobbler? It's the perfect time of year!:) Love the color and adore the towel!:) Lori

Joanna (Questionable Housekeeping) said...

Baked mostaccioli. Yum! I'll be making a batch tonight. Wish I had that pan though :)