GIVEAWAY: KitchenAid Ceramic Bakeware


Disclosure: I was provided with a set of ceramic bakeware from KitchenAid Canada for my own kitchen at no cost to myself, plus another set to give away here on the blog.

I know so many of you are hoping to get this awesome prize into your own kitchens in time for our return to fall comfort foods and holiday cooking. Thanksgiving sneaks up on me every year (it's only 3 weeks away, Canada!), but this year I'm ready with this gorgeous 6-piece set of ceramic bakeware from KitchenAid Canada that goes from freezer to oven to table with ease and serving style.

I love great bakeware, especially when it's sturdy and great-looking. These new casseroles from KitchenAid fit the bill, and they are already in regular use in my kitchen. The latest dinner I made in these was in the large square casserole - baked chicken thighs with creamy leek and mushroom rice. So delish, and with the size of this casserole there was plenty for leftover lunches. I'm enjoying these beauties and I know you would too. So, let's get right to it.

These are the pieces I'm giving away:

The KitchenAid Streamline Ceramic 4.2-Quart Casserole in Empire Red
  • Ideal for lasagna, noodle casseroles, shepherd's pie, baked beans and more
  • Made of non-porous vitrified porcelain so it won't absorb oils, odors or sauces. It also resists staining, chipping and cracking.
  • Comes with matching ceramic lid in Empire Red.
  • Strong enough to handle the extreme temperatures of the freezer, oven and microwave, yet beautiful enough to go straight to the table as a serving dish.
The KitchenAid Nesting Ceramic 4-Piece Set in Empire Red
  • Includes casseroles in four quart sizes, 0.3, 0.7, 1.5, and 3.5 that nest for easy storage.
  • Attractive contemporary-styled casseroles that retain heat longer than standard bakeware and are ideal for lasagna, noodle casseroles, shepherd's pie, scalloped potatoes and more.
  • Made of non-porous vitrified porcelain so they won't absorb oils, odors or sauces. They also resist staining, chipping and cracking.
  • Strong enough to handle the extreme temperatures of the freezer, oven and microwave, yet beautiful enough to go straight to the table as a serving dish.





GIVEAWAY TIME!

To enter, leave a comment on this blog post (please include your email address so I can contact you if you win) sharing what you look forward to making this fall in ceramic bakeware.

For one extra entry, you can Tweet the following: "I entered to win ceramic bakeware from @KitchenAid_CA on @FamilyFeedbag and you can too http://bit.ly/1KWqMn2."

Contest closes Saturday, September 26, 2015 at 9 p.m. Eastern/6 p.m. Pacific. Open to Canadian residents only. One entry per person, per day. Winner will be selected randomly and announced on FamilyFeedbag.com and associated social media channels.

Good luck to everyone!
 
UPDATE: The winner is Rebecca Gunderson of Langford, BC. Congratulations, Rebecca! You are going to love this bakeware from KitchenAid.


145 comments:

  1. I would love to make No Knead Bread in the Ceramic Casserole dish!
    airiyel.sjoden@gmail.com

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  2. Wow what a beautiful giveaway. Thank you for this opportunity. This would match my newly renovated kitchen along with my beautiful baby Cornflower blue Kitchenaid mixer
    Claire_barrette@hotmail.com

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  3. I usually make my stuffing in a dish because I have to make so much of it. my fav part of Thanksgiving turkey, the stuffing.

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  4. These would be fantastic! Its getting time for slow cooked short ribs and these would be perfect. bspaven@gmail.com

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  5. I would like to use one in lieu of a tagine and try to make some awesome middle eastern food!! Alli_so_special2 at hotmail dot com

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  6. Apple crisp and lasagna would look good in this

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  7. Oh goodness!! I'd love the smell of an apple crisp baking away in one of these.. And stuffing! Oh yes... The stuffing! Xo. gunderson.rj@gmail.com

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  8. With the pears we salvaged from the onslaught of bears into our yard, a pear and ginger crisp would be lovely in this awesome cookware. deliad@telus.net

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  10. Hi Amy! I'd love to make my girlfriend's *amazing* pumpkin pudding in this pretty ceramic bakeware. juliebakesalot@gmail.com

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  11. I tweeted just now. :) https://twitter.com/trysmallthings/status/645019358238867456

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  12. I would make a Great Thanksgiving meal this year with these! They are gorgeous!
    gardengranny@ckt.net

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  13. What a great set. I would start off with an unstuffed pepper casserole but the possibilities are endless

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  14. tweeted

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  15. Those look gorgeous. I love making casseroles for my family. Especially ones that can go from freezer to oven. Email is mommystired65@gmail.com

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  16. I'd love to make Apple Cranberry Crumb Blondies! xx
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  17. I would love to make scalloped potatoes in one of these lovely dishes! Email is erikaletson@outlook.com

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  18. Kaitlyn Waring krwaring16@yahoo.caSeptember 18, 2015 at 6:05 PM

    I would cook my grandma's recipe for baked spaghetti. Oh yum! It would be wonderful to cozy up on crisp fall day with this in these beautiful ceramic bakeware!

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  19. I look forward to making Spaghetti Squash Casserole

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  20. I tweeted: https://twitter.com/NewfieChic/status/645043774729658368

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  22. I look forward to making an apple crisp in this bakeware!

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  23. Tweet~ http://twitter.com/glogirl3/status/645046534812364805

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  24. I would make a roast with carrots and scalloped potatoes.
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  25. Once the colder weather hits I'm always super excited to make my beer braised short ribs! maxlevine[at]gmail[dot]com

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  26. I'm sooo looking forward to making shepherds pie this fall and I would love to use one of these beautiful red ceramic dishes to make it and serve it in :) Thank you for this great contest! noel.l.wing@gmail.com

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  27. I look for to making apple rhubarb crisp.

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  29. I am so sad :( I've been waiting for you to post this giveaway since you first posted a picture of these beautiful kitchenaid nesting casserole dishwear. But, I live in the USA. With the cooler weather there are so many wonderful dishes one could make. I would start with Chicken Mushroom Hotdish, roasted cauliflower, and a big apple crisp for dessert. mamahenof5@gmsil.com Good luck to all you Canadians!

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  30. What a beautiful cookware set! I think I'd be making my dad's baked beans (secret family recipe), scalloped potatoes, ham and a big ol' batch of homemade apple crisp! That's my kind of Fall comfort food! My email is: thebakingbookworm@gmail.com.

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  31. These are such great quality. I'd first make a baked penne dish. My twitter name is @melita_snow Thanks for the chance!

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  32. I would make lasagna yum!
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  33. I tweeted https://twitter.com/Tammykayv/status/645072973926387712
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  34. I would like to make some apple crisps, some veggie lentil rice dishes, roast chicken , some baked squash... Lots of things! Thanks for offering such a great giveaway!

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  35. I would make baked mac and cheese.

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  36. I am looking forward to roasting some delicious fall vegetables: squash, potatoes, mushrooms... - Maria mariavictoria_23@yahoo.ca

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  37. I love braised dishes, but in a two-person household, I don't usually need to make a massive amount. That casserole would be perfect!

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  38. Amy, you have such a great eye and such interesting, creative photo ideas. I'd use this cookware to tote deliciousness in its many forms to a friend's house for Saturday night dinners with his kids. So count on gypsy soup and lasagne, rhubarb crisp and the best fall food of all, homemade mac 'n cheese. Happy travels, and lady, you cook!!!

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  39. This would be amazing for me as I just moved into a new apartment and have virtually no bakeware and I have many thanksgiving dinners to plan and cook for. I would definitely make my delicious truffle mac&cheese, honey glazed ham, or my mom's cinnamon apple crisp. My email address is thefancynancypr@gmail.com and my website www.thefancynancy19.com.

    Thank you :)

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  40. I'm a sucker for fall foods, especially casseroles. However, I have a lovely pork chop bake I'd love to try in one of these beautiful pieces!

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  41. I would make a pot of steaming bread pudding packed with lots of spices and fruits to welcome autumn.

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  42. I love, love fall and one of my favourite parts is all of the comforting foods. I can't wait to make a lasagna in these gorgeous casserole dishes. I am also growing turnips for the first time and saw a yummy-looking gratin that I would love to make in one of the smaller dishes. My email is pickytoplenty@gmail.com and my blog can be found at www.pickytoplenty.com.

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  43. I'd love to make the Thanksgiving dressing in one. :)

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  44. Well being a mom and gramma....the list is endless. If I had it RIGHT NOW I would be making my daughter's favourite mac and cheese casserole for her birthday tomorrow!!

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  45. I look forward to making cabbage rolls this fall.
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  46. https://twitter.com/fossie55/status/645254834678067200
    tweeted fossie at hotmail dot com.
    Florence C

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  47. I cannot wait to make some yummy home made lasagna for this fall! email is: alicia.szemon@hotmail.com

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  48. Wow these look amazing! I would great a roasted veggie gluten free lasagna. contact@winedirtandflour.com

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  49. I would love to have this cookware
    Donegal@shaw.ca
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  50. What wouldn't I make? Roasted chicken, casseroles... the possibility are endless!

    thegreatmumadventure@gmail.com

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  51. Tweeted! https://twitter.com/LeashaE/status/645273110501986304

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  52. Very nice giveaway! I LOVE to bake with my kiddies!!
    Tweeted-->https://twitter.com/kissifer19/status/645292847520944128
    Email--> amyjaneheffernan@gmail.com
    Thanks ;)

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  53. I would make my Fav Moussaka recipe! Thank you for the opportunity.
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  54. They look great.I love the colour! Perfect for serving straight from oven to table. I would love to make my Peach and Blueberry Baked Oatmeal in the large nesting casserole and the lidded casserole would be perfect for making barbecue baked beans which need to be slow cooked for hours.
    Just in case I win (I doubt it as I never win anything but you never know!) my email is melmcdonald11@gmail.com.
    Thanks, its a great giveaway!

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  55. they are beautiful dishes = wow!! I would make lots of apple crisp in those! Thanks for the chance!

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  56. https://twitter.com/Jemrah1/status/645330462282547200 - I tweeted!

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  57. I can't wait to make cabbage rolls! Yum!!

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  58. Oh, those are nice! I think I'd make bread first:) seoforfun@gmail.com

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  59. What a nice prize. The winner will be a very fortunate cook.

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  60. I would make a mousaka dish in this beautiful red caserole! elscott@ymail.com

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  61. I would love to make some delicious Shepherd's Pie!! ericadawnhebert@gmail.com

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  62. Kjpenchuk@gmail.com would be great to teach my dayhome kids to cook straight from the garden.

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  63. Two things come to mind to make! Off the top of my head my famous lasagna or with Thanksgiving around the corner, I would make my sweet potato souffle!

    Lori Jackson
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  64. looking forward to making my famous lasagna in one of these beautiful dishes and for dessert an apple crisp
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  65. i tweeted @neutkidz
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  66. I would love these dishes. I would make eggplant lasagne, cauliflower cheese, scalloped potatoes, shepards pie, enchiladas , baked sweet potato , macaroni cheese, baked Custard, a ticket toffee pudding , fruit crisps, baked peaches, bread pudding. Yum I love to cook. I would need to donate my mush mash not really nesting Pyrex, they would be used regularly and loved. Hhflower@icloud.ca

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  67. lasagna! MMM... or macaroni, hamburger and tomatoes baked with cheese.

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  68. mmm tough one, maybe id try a chicken pot pie in it. my email mvilmark AT gmail dot com

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  69. Dishes for Thanksgiving, stuffing, yam potatoes.

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  70. https://twitter.com/Tammykayv/status/645412626457989120 tweeted 9/19

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  71. i look forward to making apple crisp lynnbeaniethethird@yahoo.ca

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  72. I would make some sort of vegetable dish

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  74. I look forward to making a delicious roast
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  75. Bailey Dexter - Kitchen Aid Ceramic Cookware, perfect for the fall family get together! A ham dinner, scalloped potatoes in one dish, squash casserole in another, and a peach cobbler for dessert! From the oven to the table to the dishwasher, doesn't get any better than that! samjustme@gmail.com

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  76. Me me me! Turkey dinner! The whole shebang! Will host my uncles and folks and this set would look fab with my vintage milk glass serving bowls.

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  77. ....I will add that I bought this very set for my parents last Christmas and they love them

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  78. I am looking forward to making apple crisp and lasagna, also scalloped potatoes and taco bake in this ceramic bakeware. rsherrer@telusplanet.net

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  79. tweeted https://twitter.com/fifitter/status/645481500222324736

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  80. I would love to make an apple crisp! How yummy!

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  81. I tweeted! https://twitter.com/keshakeke/status/645516812428410881
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  82. Thanksgiving everything!

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  83. I would use one of the smaller dishes to make a baked bean dish which my kids love - I use regular canned baked beans and throw them in the dish with some onion and garlic and cover it all with rashers of bacon and bake it! With all that bacon fat ...... omg, yummy!

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  84. Crumble, bread pudding, and roasting veggies to balance it all out 6mtubsrrdp at snkmail dot com

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  85. These are fabulous! Going to buy them if I don't win! They're just begging for lasagnas and apple crisps. Natashaarmstrong@hotmail.com

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  87. I would LOVE to win these. A rhubarb crisp would probably be the first thing I'd make, but they'd be perfect for baked squash, enchiladas, or your recipe for crab bake! courtneywhite@hotmail.com

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  88. I would live these! So many ideas bspaven@gmail.com

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  89. I would make scalloped potatoes.

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  90. I would make lasagna & rice pudding.
    Joelle.zananiri@outlook.com
    Tweeted: https://twitter.com/Jolie238/status/645697413223608320

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  91. https://twitter.com/missplewes/status/645745378671874048?lang=en

    tweeted

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  92. I can think of so many things I would love to make with this bakeware but if I had to just share one, I would probably make a big honey glazed ham for a fancy feast with my family!

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  93. Peach cobbler, stuffing and sweet taters alinicole711@gmail.com

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  94. baked pasta! yummmmm !!! gunderson.rj@gmail.com

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  95. Would love to make lasagna, burritos, enchiladas, casseroles, apple mincemeat crisp. The possibilities are endless for upcoming family celebrations and everyday meals. perusi@telus.net

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  96. Oh the things that I would bake and cook in that bakeware..I love Kitchenaid products
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  97. Apple crisp is on the menu these days, would love to make it in these.
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  98. Amazing!! braga@sympatico.ca

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  99. I would make some scalloped potatoes to start

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  100. And I tweeted

    https://twitter.com/carollushka/status/645973222039515136

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  101. I love baked enchiladas, and I love the smell of anything baked with apples in the fall!!!! benandkirt at shaw dot ca

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  102. I would make apple crisp in this !
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  103. I'd love to make Mac & Cheese, Scalloped potatoes, & Chicken and broccoli bake, etc.
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  104. From baked Ziti, to layers of eggplant oozing with cheese and tomato sauce, to Tiramisu, these KitchenAid pieces would help get the job done and look fabulous on the table. Thanks for sharing with one of us! janai.scigliano@gmail.com

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  105. tweeted
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  106. I look forward to making some hearty beef stew and apple crisp

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  107. They are just so pretty! I would make a sausage and pumpkin Lasagna. Kimberly skstorteboom@ gmail (dot) com

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  108. I would try making hearth bread.

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  109. I would make some scalloped potatoes, thanks for the chance to win margobere12@gmail.com

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  110. I would love to make a lasagna in one of these beautiful dishes! catherinenash3@gmail.com

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  111. Lasagna and scalloped potatoes :). through_the_thorns@hotmail.com

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  112. I would make apple crisp or baked apples. Tis the season! bspaven@gmail.com

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  113. This is a great giveaway kristineewald@hotmail.com

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  114. I would love for this to grace my kitchen, love your site and give aways...
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  115. I love to make beef and veal stews :)

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  116. You had me at nesting!

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  117. I know my husband's favourite "Red Chicken" recipe would work so well in one of these dishes!
    gail(dot)landman(at)gmail(dot)com

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  118. I would make a big batch of roasted veggies with balsamic reduction

    lizevlug at Hotmail dot com

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  119. Tweeted
    https://twitter.com/Redlizzy1/status/646443988623360000

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  120. https://twitter.com/missplewes/status/646448315266043904?lang=en tweeted daily

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  121. I look forward to making lasagnas!

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  122. tweeted also :)
    https://twitter.com/ksceviour/status/646479654858190848

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  123. I would make a big batch of macaroni and cheese, with extra cheese ;)

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  124. These beautiful dishes would be perfect for Thanksgiving dinner! bspaven@gmail.com

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  125. I would love to make thanksgiving dishes and serve them in these beautiful dishes. Beans, bread pudding and mashed potatoes sound good.

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  126. I would make a lovely roasted herb chicken with some side veggie dishes.

    lizevlug at Hotmail dot com

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  127. So many ideas for these dishes! If I dont win them I will definitely be buying them!
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  128. I would make all the side dishes for thanksgiving dinner with these beautiful dishes! (hubby always grills our turkey on rotisserie over charcoal so I can use the oven for everything else!) andreamike42 at gmail dot com

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  129. https://twitter.com/missplewes/status/647198388858023936?lang=en

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  130. I am looking forward to making some fall crisps.

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  131. I would make lasagna in it and stuffing for thanksgiving

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  133. I would make Bread Pudding

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  134. With Thanksgiving on my mind I'd love to make a favourite side dish - Butternut Squash and Apple casserole - it is so good!

    gail(dot)landman(at)gmail(dot)com

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  135. I would love to make Apple Crisp with this.

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  136. I would love to try some new pumpkin recipes.

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  137. https://twitter.com/missplewes/status/647736755949584384?lang=en tweeted again today.

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  138. I would make some wonderful fruit crisps

    lizevlug at Hotmail dot com

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  139. Tweeted:
    https://twitter.com/Redlizzy1/status/647849212642742272

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  140. My mother-in-law has an amazing recipe for brussel sprouts in a creamy dill sauce. These dishes would be perfect for that casserole. bspaven@gmail.com

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