Monday, April 13, 2009

Le Creuset 6 qt. Stock Pot Giveaway

Today is the best day of your life.

Rookie Cookie is giving away a
Le Creuset Enamel on Steel 6 qt. Stockpot, in the color of your choice
(cobalt, kiwi, dijon, dune, white, onyx, carribean, or cherry).
See, best day of your life.


Enter yourself in the comments along with what you would make in this. And go beyond just boiling water.

As for me, I would make butternut squash and parsnip soup. We love that stuff.

Anyways, you have until
Saturday, April 18th at midnight's 12 bells to enter.
On your mark, get set, go!

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Beth Brehob said...

lovely! i would make a double batch of white chili and invite all my friends over. yum!

Catherine said...

What a fabulous giveaway! I would make my mom's famous beef stew (secret recipe, so sorry not to be able to share!) and would invite lots of people over to enjoy the last moments of chilly weather before Florida's full-on summer begins.

Danielle said...

Wow!!! I would love to be able to make my yummy potato cheese soup! As a stay at home mom of three, I would never be able to afford such a nice piece on my own! My blog is private, but just in case I win, my email is LVMEXDER@AOL.Com

Cherry Blossoms said...

I have been wanting to make French Onion soup since its still so chilly where I live (plus I just love soup!) I would love to use the stockpot to make this yummy French Onion Soup recipe:


* 8 onions, sliced
* 2 cloves garlic, minced
* 1/3 cup olive oil
* 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour
* 8 cups beef stock
* 1/4 cup dry white wine
* 1/2 teaspoon dried thyme
* 1 bay leaf
* Salt and pepper
* 1 loaf French bread
* 2 cups grated Gruyere

Directions

Saute onions and garlic in oil over low heat until tender and golden yellow. Sprinkle flour over onions, cook a few minutes more, browning the flour well. Add stock and wine and bring to a boil, add thyme and bay leaf. Reduce heat, cover, and simmer gently for 20 minutes or so. Add salt and pepper, to taste.

Meanwhile, slice French bread into 3/4-inch slices and butter both sides. Toast slices on griddle until golden brown. Ladle soup into an ovenproof bowl, add toasted bread and cover with cheese. Place ovenproof bowl on a baking sheet lined with tin foil. Bake at 350 degrees F or 5 minutes under a hot broiler.

Thank you so much for letting me enter your fun giveaway!

CherryBlossomsDesign at hotmail dot com

keely steger said...

Awesome! I would make chicken noodle soup. Simple, yes, but perfect for all the picky eaters in my house.

Sarah said...

Beautiful! Oh, how I love this give away! I would make my Mom's fantastic spaghetti sauce. Oh, yum!
:-) Sarah R.
winfrogataoldotcom

Jenna said...

I would cherish it was an heirloom to make soups and stews in for my children.
I am not kidding when I say I have secretly been yearning or a nice one, one I could use for a lifetime, noe I could pass down to my girls someday with lots o secret recipes and a lifetime of cooking and laughing together.
I would make chicken and wild grain rice soup when they are sick--their very own request when they are under the weather! I would make use homemade chili, bean soup, tortilla soup and various other *comfort methods* in soup form on all sorts of cold winter nights. Soups for dunking with large chunks of homemade bread and biscuits. Soup for sharing with friends when someone is born, someone dies, someone needs a good meal to cheer them up.
It might sound hokey to some, but to me having the chance to have such a nice pot is really only a giveaway-type-of-chance since my single mom income can't pencil it in at the moment. And the gift to me and my family would be huge. Not only in me being able to make the things above and pass them down to my daughters, but for me to be able to make them at all!
Thanks for the chance to win such a lovely pot. Your blog is on my reader and remains a favorite no matter what!
Jenna B.

lucinda said...

oh how i would love to win this. i have coveted this line of cookware and it would look so fabulous in my newly remodled kitchen! what would i make? hmmm. i think i would make green chile stew, with fresh green chiles from my parents house in new mexico.
i made you avo/cilantro dveiled eggs yesterday for easter and they were a huge hit!

lucinda

Whitney said...

Tortilla soup for sure--Cafe Rio style. Since I live in the mid west, I make my own whenever I have the craving.

Heather said...

I love Le Creuset! Thanks! I would make split pea soup. lebonheur76 at hotmail dot com.

I love your recipes!

sharpasatack said...

Vegetable chili for a big ol' Scrabble party. Mmm!

Jeanette said...

I would make this new recipe that my mother in law gave me - homemade tomato soup. I am so anxious for my tomatoes to start growing so that I can use them instead of canned. When most people think of tomato soup they think boring - but this is the best recipe ever. If you would like it just let me know.

Secret ingredient is pickling spice.

Anne said...

I don't even know what you can make in something like that (that's how completely clueless I am about cooking). You can make pot roast in that thing right? :) Oh how I wish I knew how to cook. Someday...

Ashley Thalman said...

what the!? what! i win! "Oh thank you thank you! I will pick dijon!"

Keri Beth Mason said...

I would absolutely make my husband make some chicken noodle soup to nourish ailing self and daughter.

Boo sick. Yay giveaways :)

Keri

keribethmason@gmail.com

Jeannie said...

oh boy! another giveaway to enter. it's my umpteenth! so....if by chance i win, i would love the kiwi one, please, and promptly confer with my 11 year old. you see, i'm HER sous chef. it is she who creates grandness in our kitchen and she deserves a stock pot that can do more than what her mother would use it for - pasta. she is the next rookie cookie and will soon need a blog of her own!

did i mention that she cooked and baked our Easter brunch/dessert?!

cessc said...

Yay! I would make orzo kale soup with turkey meatballs!!!! Yummy...what a great giveaway!

Emily said...

I would love to make chicken noodle soup in it!

JoEllen said...

I have an awesome White Chicken Chili recipe that would be great for this beautiful pot!

joellenzafacon at gmail dot com

Kalli Ko said...

le creuset, oui oui oui... i love you. yes i do.

what would i make?

your braised beef stew of course, der.

and sheesh, would that lovely little pot in lime look good in my collection or what?

Jill said...

Yes, please. PLEASE! Would the taco soup work in this? I'd make whatever you suggest.

Becky said...

I would make baked potato soup...no taco soup...no baked potato soup....uggh I can't make up my mind. I would make both.

Katie said...

What a beautiful pot! The first main course I would make in it is Potato and Leek Soup!

Lauren said...

That color is beautiful and I don't normally say that about a pot especially one I would use to make pasta sauce in.

Ryan and Tammy said...

I would make Cassoulet because although its a little fatty for me my husband aboslutely adores it!

etherealred.com said...

I've been reading your blog for a few weeks now. I don't comment much, if at all, but I have tried a few recipes, and loved them all! If I won this beautiful pot, I would make all sorts of soups and stews in it-- especially my favorite Chipotle Corn And Potato Chowder!

emilywallner1(at)gmail(dot)com

The Kac's said...

Beef Stew...yum!

Jaime and Jen DISH said...

You have got to be kidding me??? Are you crazy? You're giving this thing away and not keeping it for yourself? Okay, it's official, you have lost your mind. But since you're giving it away, I'll take it. I would make Chicken and Dumplins' because I'm missing my gramps right about now.

Jaime over at Jaime and Jen Dish

WF said...

Holy Cow. I have wanted one of those for years! I would love to make any kind of stew or even cook some yummy braised beef..mmmm good!

mathistown said...

oh my gosh, I LOVE these things! We have a little one, and I love cooking with it, but it certainly has it's limits, so I would be ecstatic to win this!

Among other things, I would cook my mom's taco soup and our favorite pumpkin bisque. Oh, and my grandma's stew. Oooh I can just smell the spices now...

Pick me, pick me!!

Mrs. Sugar Smitten said...

I so need the give away gods to love me for this one. I have been beggin my husband for months to buy me one. I specifically want it to make caramel in. Ooey gooey perfect caramel. Thanks for the great giveaway!

Dianna said...

A double batch of Giada's Quick Bolognese Sauce for sure. Oh, I can smell it cooking in the kitchen now!

errin julkunen-pedersen said...

oy. wow. umm, curry pumpkin or sausage lentil. though w/ spring upon us, cream of asparagus. oh boy. oh boy. oh please!

Erin said...

I would make some creamy chicken and rice soup!

Cindy said...

I would love to win that! I would make homemade Tomato Basil Soup with fresh Tomatoes from the garden!!

Heather said...

Oh SWEET pot!!
I would make a double bacth of my favorite minestrone soup...YUM!!

Jenn said...

As much as I love making soups and chili's right now I have a hankering to try some crab legs at home, and not one pot big enough or pretty enough! ;)

The P*dunc's said...

Oh, my! I can't breath! Are you serious. You are so awesome.

I would make a huge pot of something, that is for sure! Maybe some stew, or some tortilla soup...

Kristen

Tracey said...

I would probably do some canning in mine, along with some delicious soups.

traceypa@yahoo.com

A Beautiful Mind said...

Oh my pot! Must have! I would make tomato soup and/or gazpacho with tomatoes fresh from the garden, still warm from the sun.
Thanks for this awesome, generous giveaway opportunity!

Rebecca said...

I would make tortilla soup, clam chowder, and lamb stew.

My mouth is watering already.

Carly said...

I lie awake at night and dream of this pot.

Seriously.

I'd take everything in my garden and cook up some sort of fantastic, whatchamacallit soup of some sort.

Amy said...

I would make my mom's chili, enough to freeze and eat later!

a_m_y_l_i_z_c(at)hotmail(dot)com

Jodi said...

I would make an extra big batch of the best soup I've ever made: Pumpkin Curry soup. It's so delicious!

Meredith said...

oh there are so many things I would make in it. Probably chili...yum...or a great soup that has milk, cream, potatoes, bacon (bacon makes everything better), red bell peppers and other veggies in it. The veggies make you feel healthy but the milk and cream make it so scrumptious! Add a little hot sauce and it is a definate winner.

Scate said...

That looks like the PERFECT vessel for the frozen meat bones hiding in my freezer waiting to flavor water and create a wonderful homemade stock. Next, I would take the stock and make chicken noodle soup with some homemade noodles and lots of spring vegetables!

Jilly Bean said...

Tortilla Soup! Yum!

Kara & Karl said...

I would make big pots of chili, minnestrone and chicken noodle soups. Yum!

Keeka said...

Oh my word!!!! I would love this. I would make Chicken Pablano Chowder. Yummy!

Valerie said...

Be still my heart! I would make Chicken Stew with Spinach, Potatoes & Porcini mushrooms. It is a family favorite and my kids beg for more spinich!

A little homemade garlic breadcrumbs on top and life is good!

Valerie said...

By the way this is a excellent idea!

Nichole said...

wow....that is pertty!

what would i make? what wouldnt i make!?!

soups, sauces, chili, stews - oh my!

or just let it sit on my stove and be pretty!

Sara Kelley said...

i've been reading your blog for a long while...nothing like coming out of hiding for an awesome give away!
i'd make my family's favorite...corned beef and cabbage. we definitly eat that meal more than once a year.

Tasha Allen said...

I would make baked potato soup, or a yummy tortilla soup, ham and bean, chicken noodle soup the list goes on!! I don't have a big pot to make it in for the clan when they visit. I usually have to do it in 2.

Nicole Shelby said...

oh drool...

toscana soup...or lasagna reiterated...or my sis' heidi's red sauce spaghetti sauce...or brocolli potato cheese soup...endless options...

Cheryl Fowers said...

I love colorful pots! This is the perfect pot to make some Braised beef stew, right rookie! The Mr. would totally love this!

ladybirdsarah said...

i would create delicious bathes of split pea soup with ham, chicken chili, and baked potato chowder. yum yum yum

Fowie said...

Holy crap, well put a skirt on me and sign me up! I think I'd have to go with a recipe that would truly display the capabilities of this fully operational stockpot (spoken in the emperor's voice). I would definitely be making some real authentic Louisiana Jumbalaya in that puppy, whoo baby!

Spencer

Ingrid said...

Awesome giveaway!! Makes my little giveaway seem just that little! :) Feel free to stop by and enter.

In my stock pot I'm making a Bavarian Sausage Hot Pot! I made it last year for the Suppa Club and it was amazing! Best part EVERYONE loved it! Here's the link if you'd like to give a try!
http://www.baseballbakingandbooks.com/2008/10/suppa-club.html

M said...

Ooh I have that exact one...except maybe a different size? As you can tell I need to read these comments to see what more I could use it for because as of this moment I have only used it for potato makin'

Niki said...

I would make Mexican chicken soup. I cut up white corn tortillas and they replace the noodles. It is delicious!

Amyella said...

My Nana's homemade chicken soup, the one made with saffron. The broth is bright yellow, the chicken falls off the bone and the noodles require slurping!

Thanks for the opportunity!

amyella at gmail dot com

Peaceful Piecer said...

I love le crueset. I would definitely make my grandma's brunswick stew. It cooks all day and a heavy pot would be perfect.

Kat and Steve said...

I LOVE Le Creuset! First thing I would make would be some homemade chili!

kdavis said...

Would love this Pot. I would make chicken noodle soup with my Nana's homemade noodles.

Kristen White said...

Ever since reading "Like Water for Chocolate" I have wanted to make a Chicken Mole. MMMMM. Chicken, spices, chocolatey undertones of flavor. I am all about it. Found a good recipe by Paula Deen to try. And try it I would if I had a beautiful and utilitarian Le Cruset!

Emma said...

Cuban Black Bean Soup. Ham Hocks and all.

Amy said...
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Cate said...

French Onion Soup, Sweet Chili, or Italian Wedding Soup my new Fav!

Michelle said...

I would love this pot... soup, soup and more soup!
Yummy!

Karen said...

I would love to win this pot. I would make as much soup as I can before the hot weather comes.

cat+tadd said...

If I had this yellow pot I would cook. I PROMISE.

caitlyncox@gmail.com

Chelsea said...

i think i need that... to make chicken fajita soup. Delish.

mindy said...

a big pot of vegetable beef soup thanks for the giveaway

David H. Sundwall said...

Ratatouille

Rae said...

Me! I want that pot!! What would I make? Good Lord I have no idea! I always tell the hubby that once I have this or that I'll become a gourmet chef. Same thing goes with this beaut! If I win it it's my key to becoming a gourmet chef and I will make some AMAZING dishes!!

cdziuba said...

I LOVE this giveaway! I would cook (along with a LOT of help from my food-loving hubby) a pot of Italian Wedding Soup. I make my own tiny meatballs, we use a bit of extra spinach too. Thanks for the chance to win!

(me)linda said...

Holy HELL! Let me wipe the drool off my face. I want it...plain and simple.

I'd make this chicken soup.
http://justmelinda.wordpress.com/2008/02/21/recipe-tag/
It's a staple in our house.

karin said...

I would make Chicken tortilla soup, Carrot Chowder, Taco soup, Potato cheese soup, Italian Stew, Chili, A HUGE pot of homemade beans...
I think I could go on for a while but my 5 yo is teasing my 11 mo. And I need to think of the color I want.

nonotthejacket said...

What a great giveaway! I would make "muddle" something my grandmother's made forever, which my mother also makes and I need to figure out how to do myself. It's basically a kitchen-sink-type soup, to use up the every-thing-that's-left in your pantry. It's got chicken, tomatoes, carrots, potatoes, green beans, corn, etc. One of my favorite soups!

christin said...

Mmmmm...Loaded Baked Potato Soup:) Thanks!
christinbanda@yahoo.com

MamaDonna said...

This would be my incentive to get my grandma's Italian Wedding Soup recipe and make some in it. Hhmm, who could I share that recipe with or make some soup for when she come into town.....

Brandon and Erica said...

I would make Beef Stew!!!

JC said...

I would make my family favorite, Chicken and Dumplings. I need this pot to make it even more beautiful. Thanks.

Kathy said...

OMGosh, I have been drooling over their pots for soooo long!!!! I would love more than anything to win!!! I would want to make my husband's famous Tortilla Soup in it or our Carnitas!!! Here's that recipe... http://threeonfood.blogspot.com/2009/02/another-meal-we-cant-live-without.html

Natalie said...

Anything would taste good if you made it in such a pretty pan!!:) But, I DO love potato soup!

Shanicherie said...

I have been dying to get ANYTHING Le Creuset since I can't even remember, but can never seem to justify spending the moolah! I would LOVE to make Potato Leek Soup, or a great Chicken and Rice soup. Yummm...

Hen Pecks said...

If you choose me you will get to use it!

Kar said...

I have never wanted to win a give-a-way so bad. I would make rice or something. Honestly, I don't know what you use a crock pot for, but it's so pretty, I would learn all about it if it meant I could have it.

Janeen said...

Whit - U are aaammmaaazzziiinnnggg!

Gina Lee said...

AWHHHH! I want this so bad I can taste it! I would make calico beans. I have to borrow my sisters pot whenever I make them!

http://ginasfavoriterecipes.blogspot.com/search?q=calico+beans

THANKS

Jessica said...

White Bean Chili for SURE! That's an awesome give away!

{lindy baker cakes} said...

AHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I want/need this so bad! I too would make America's Test Kitchen version of Butternut Squash Soup (delish!) or... Mexican Chicken Cheese Chowder (to die for)!!!! This is beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Mikel said...

Awesome! I would make a double batch of a cream of asparagus soup that we all love!

Emily Ruth said...

Whit, look at you go! It's barely even noon and you already have 93 comments!
Well, I probably won't win the stock pot anyways, but if I did, I would definitely make something super easy like noodles, and I would leave all the fancy stuff to Jashe- he's way better than me any day.

Emily Ruth said...

Or I would make lots and lots of cake filling.

Jaime said...

I would make my famous white bean chili with lime soup - delish!

Rena said...

I would make chicken stock. Lots and lots of chicken stock.

Sweet Pea Chef said...

Oh my goodness. I would cook up some mean chili, or maybe some split pea soup...I need something to do with all my leftover ham!

Megan said...

I LOVE anything Le Creuset! I would make my great aunt's best homemade chicken noodle soup recipe in here. It cooks all day long on the stove top and would come out looking beautiful in this!

leona said...

I would love to have this pot! I would make stews/soups all winter long. But the first thing I would use it for is making jam. I love strawberry jam and every year I make a big batch. This would make it much easier. :)

Corey, Ashlee, Jack and Alaster said...

The real question is... what WOULDN'T You make in that pot?

I would probably start with my mother in law's red and white bean minestrone. It's the best darm recipe this side of the mighty mississip'. It's your basic good-for-the-soul minestrone but the secret that makes it so utterly divine is serving it with a bit of fresh pesto and parmesan to stir into the goodness...

Oh I can smell it now...

Yay for giveaways!

Michele said...

Thank you for the great giveaway! I'd make a hearty chicken noodle soup or a big pot of chili!

Carolyn G said...

Definitely soups especiallly chicken noodle soup. I would also like to use this to make some BBQ pork!

Colleen Kuerth : Truly Noted said...

OMG! This is my dream pot! What wouldn't I make in it? Homemade chicken noodle, lobster bisque, roasted pumpkin soup, broccoli and cheddar soup, cheddar ale soup, turkey soup provencal, minestrone,......

AzĂșcar said...

IT IS THE BEST DAY OF MY LIFE!

What would I cook?
Chicken n dumplings
Mulligatawny
Succulent beef stew
Braised lamb with root vegetables
Pot lasagna - my husband's favorite
Beef short rib
Coq au vin
Seven cornish hens with lemon
CRAB BOIL
I CAN'T STOP THINKING OF WHAT I'D COOK.

We may be in trouble...

Ashley said...

oh it's so pretty! I'd definitely make my mom's potato cheese soup...ah, comfort food!

Amy said...

What I would give to make my Mexican Corn Chowder in that beautiful pot. :-) I'm sure I could think of other things, but you asked for one and that popped in my head...I love cilantro!

Ashley said...

Awesome! I would make Crawfish and Corn Chowder. It's a family recipe, spicy, and delicious!
ashley.baldner@yahoo.com

Brit said...

Hmm...taco soup or homemade chili or my absolute fave, broc/cheese or potato cheese soup over huge baked potatoes. yum! thanks for the pretty pot!!

Britd82@hotmail.com

pedslp said...

I would make homemade chili or chicken taco soup!

lulabell said...

Ooooh...I would make delicious Turkey Chili!!

techyone said...

I'd make vegetable soup.

millhousethecat said...

What would I make?

My family go away (but only for a little while) so that my new pot (kiwi, of course) and I could bond.

Oh, I'm sure I'd use it to cook something, too. Eventually.

ec said...

oh man. beautiful.

i would definitely make a bazillion batches of quebec tomato soup.

Jackie P. said...

This pot would be used for soups,chilli,homemade spaghetti sauce and maybe even my chicken 'n dumplin's.

Staci said...

Oh my--roasted tomato soup. Or my motherinlaw's argentine pasta sauce. (Ok--it's really just marinara but SHE is Argentine.)

Staci (diegoandstacifamily blogspot.com)

Julie said...

Homemade salsa for sure!!!

Quinn, Alexis, and Jayden Brown said...

definately my mom's taco soup!

Lindsay said...

I'd make my favorite Hoosier Chili.

ruth said...

Oh man, I need this. I would make some dominican beans in this bad boy. C'mon hook a sista up!!!

Deborah said...

I'd make huge batches of chicken stock...cous cous...beef stew...all kinds of pasta...bean soup...and Simi. I'm making myself hungry now. asthenight at gmail dot com

Rachel said...

One thing? Or EVERYTHING? That pot would make me the coolest chef mommy in town. From boiled eggs to soup for the family to Christmas Eve Cioppino. I would probably use it everyday. Mostly so I could tell people how cool it is to win a beautiful pot on the Internet. LOVE My NEW POT ALREADY!

paula h said...

I would make things like Chicken and Dumplings, Broccoli and Cheese Soup, Chili and Chicken Vegetable Soup.

Jamie Hyde said...

I don't know what I would make in it (come on Whitney you know I don't cook) But if I had something like that to cook in maybe I would start!! And you could come over and give me cooking lessons!! Ryan would be SO HAPPY!

malleycc said...

I would use it to make Rachel Rays Paprika chicken stew. I love it and it makes so much.

kthom said...

Soup...and lots of it. Minestrone, Broc and cheese, creamy chicken corn chowder....endless options!!

Mrs. Heather said...

I think that is the prettiest piece of cookware I would ever own. Do I have to cook in it? Can I turn it into art and hang it on the wall? I think that glorious pot is deserving of homemade chicken noodle soup - I picture myself ladling bowls of hearty goodness out of it to my little boy and husband.

Brooke said...

Guinness Stew.... mmmm that would be lovely cooking in there... OR some homemade chicken soup...

Lori said...

I would make homemade spaghetti sauce, chicken tortilla soup, butternut squash soup, white chili,and so many more things. I think I would use this pot everyday. It has been on my wish list for awhile!

Em & Gar said...

GORGEOUS!!!

I would make a "French Soup" which my mother learned while living in the south of France many years ago. It is almost a pureed mixture of vegetables and is absolutely delicious!!! it is my "comfort food". And has always healed me from any sickness when I have been ill and eaten it. this pot would be just perfect for it!

rlgrady said...

I would love to make chicken noodle soup in this pot. Thanks!

rlgrady[at]yahoo[dot]com

Jami said...

Pick me!! Pick Me!! OK- I would make some yummy Lasagna Soup and then find some really good recipe to learn how to do something fancy with meat!!

A said...

Grandma G's chili of course. There's nothing better.

Danielle said...

I would love to make some Arroz con Pollo in that. Oh yum....

Leslie said...

Cream of Broccoli soup...the best ever!

scottsgal said...

I'd make beef stew - yummm

msboatgal at aol.com

Victoria said...

Oh I'm so excited just thinking about all of the things I could make! I'd start with beef vegetable soup though! Yum. Thanks. utgal2004[at]yahoo[dot]com

Keeley and Robby said...

I'd make some good ol yummy weight watchers veggie soup!!

Keeley027@hotmail.com

MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

chili...potatoes and cheese soup

Erika said...

...a pot of thick savory chicken gumbo of course, with a side of homemade cornbread. Mmm, I can smell it cooking already!

carolasar said...

I need to do something with that bone from my Easter ham- so I'd make just a good old fashioned Navy Bean Soup.

ellen said...

i would give anything to make my chunky chicken soup in this! pick me please pick me:)

Jeff and Crystal said...

I would love to make Taco Soup in this cute Pot!

BUSY BEE said...

I would love to make my loaded baked potato soup in a pot like this! Much better than the beat up pan I use right now!!

Thanks for the fantastic giveaway!

meg said...

People! It's a freaking pot, not an orgasm! Calm down.

I would plant a fern in it.

Travis and Heather said...

holy cow, crazy mormons who like free stuff! I would make a cheesy, unhealthy potatoie, hearty, butt pucker with garlic soup. Mmmmm mmm good.

hettertaylor@yahoo.com

cstironkat said...

I would like to make chicken and dumplings. Another favorite is Irish stew. I love the cobalt color.

seanandtracyh said...

I just told my husband yesterday that I would know he really loved me when he would splurge for one of these babies!! (I was just joking babe, I know that you really love me :))

Anyways, prego with number 4, I have been craving Toscano soup with a bunch of kale and bacon. It would be perfect in the cherry one!!

Love your blog Rookie!!

seanandtracyh@comcast.net

lizzy said...

I have never wanted something more in my entire life (materially speaking - cause I am a material girl).

I think I would work on perfecting my stock even though it sounds cliche since this is a "stock" pot and all. then, I would make my favorite chicken noodle soup every day with it with homemade noodles because it's so good with perfect stock.

Rashel said...

I would make stone soup in honor of my two year old's favorite story.

deb-bot said...

Well flip! I am really digging cooking these days and I would make tortilla soup in it, but experiment with ingredients. Because if I had an awesome piece of cookware like that experimentation in the food sense is what you do.

deborah.a.sorensen@gmail.com

Jenna said...

My email is hippeemommy@gmail.com, I posted up above about creating memories with my girls and soups and a good pot I can't afford. Figured you probably wanted emails and I forgot to leave mine.

Peace,
J

Renee G said...

I would make my mother-in-laws chili beans.

rsgrandinetti(at)yahoo(dot)com

Mandee said...

I might think about actually making dinner if I had something that cute to cook it in.

~Morgan~ said...
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~Morgan~ said...

freak.
156 my lucky number?
i hope so!

Donna said...

chicken tomato gazpacho soup(warm)

tomatoes
white peg corn
cilantro
chicken
roasted red peppers
spices

yum

Kimberly said...

i would make Mexican Pozole (shredded pork and hominy in a red chile sauce) and top is with cabbage, onion and a squeeze of lime. my mouth is watering already.

i hope i win!

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Gabby said...

Oh my goodness, this is the best giveaway ever!

I would make stock...I've been trying to build up the nerve to make stock (beef and veal!). And soup galore.

Delectable Dining said...

I think I would have to figure out some way to use it everyday!! I would definitely start with a Cream of Potato soup!

Amanda said...

Pumpkin Soup with Cinnamon Sugar Croutons!

Kathleen said...

Idaho New Potato Green Pea Soup

{erica} said...

It's almost too pretty to cook in! I'd cook some clam chowder or the recipe I posted about today

http://ericasbloggityblog.blogspot.com/2009/04/easy-yumminess-and-some-s.html

I'm keeping all appendages that can be crossed crossed for this!

the5fords said...

Oh what a fun giveaway! I would definitely make some gumbo because my four kids have been begging for some lately. Yum! Thanks so much for the chance... Karen

marlene said...

a pot like this calls for a batch of my husband's delicious shrimp etouffee. or split pea soup. decisions, decisions! i hope i win!

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Kristin said...

Oh I would make my mom's super secret spaghetti sauce in it. I'm hungry just thinking about it!

Dona said...

Chicken Stock for sure!

Nickolay said...

Crab Legs all the way

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Rebbie said...

I've always wanted one of these to make posole, or turkey soup, or potato soup, or onion soup, or....

Mama Lou said...

A big ol' batch of tortilla soup. The soup with a million ingredients.....

queenoftheclick said...

I would make potato soup to take to work.

For my family, I would make a huge pot roast with veggies.

Jen said...

I would make a hearty beef stew to feed my family!

Stephanie said...

I would make creamy potato soup - my favorite. But I am a soup freak, so I would probably use it every day!

Adele Kaye said...

Let's be honest here, I'd probably make playdough or something that can explode and cause a huge. . . HOT. . . food fight!

Joanna said...

I would LOVE to get this! It would definitely inspire me to cook SOMETHING! My husband was the family cook for the first 11 1/2 years of our marriage, but has now turned over the reins to me and I'm terrified. I could whip up a mean batch of some kind of fantastic soup in this!!! Pick me!

The Fam said...

What a great stockpot! I would make my "healthy" version of mac and cheese soup or it would also be great when I have to make mashed potatoes for Thanksgiving (I always get assigned to bring those and have to boil the potatoes in 2 different pots because I don't have one big enough!)

Krista said...

oh i would make me some good 'ol Lowcountry Boil ... the meal I miss most from my South Carolina home.

just need some Atlantic Blue-claw Crab, Corn on the Cob, Sausage, Fresh Shrimp, and Old Bay Seasoning ...

No silverware. No plates. Just some newspaper placemats, your fingers, and the delights of the sea.

Nothin says southern like a Lowcountry Boil. mm mmm.

Nathan and Aubrey said...

What would I make in this?

What WOULDN'T I make in this?

I'd eat my cereal and milk out of it for breakfast, creamy asparagus soup for lunch, and a whole lotta pasta for dinner.

Plus, on a cold dreary day like today, I'd make 6 quarts of hot chocolate....and MAYBE share with friends and neighbors!

xoxii said...

The first time I made Albondiga soup, I sent it with my son Andrew for lunch. When he was dropped off from school, he ran in the house, threw his backpack, and said "where is it?" Curious, I asked what he was looking so feverishly through the fridge for he said- those "amazing meat things I had for lunch. "Oh, the soup I said," he replied "no those meatballs." So, I would make Andrew his meatballs. Albondiga Soup.

trippin said...

I would love this pot. I would all kinds of things in it. I think I would make a big bot of Chili first.

Jeana Bird said...

I would make chicken noodle soup! Thanks!

Thrifty and Thriving said...

Gad-zooks! You have 182 comments! That is insane! People want that pot. I will only accept the pot if you show me how to use it,cause you know my mother. I will never learn how.

Cortez-Carroll said...

Wow! What a great giveaway to make it my first entry! The first thing I would make would be a huge batch of spaghetti sauce to freeze like I usually do. Then maybe clam chowder, especially on days like today, so rainy and grey... (Love your site)

Rachel said...

That's my color and everything!

Definitely chicken and dumplings. Heavy on the dumplings.

ray-ray says said...

oooo...!!!

forget about cooking! i would bathe my babies in that beautiful pot!

Jenifer said...

First I would just look at it and admire it, then I'd make some creamy chicken with wild rice soup!

kristib said...

I'd make some chipotle chicken tortilla soup- so delicious!

Meg's comment made me laugh.

You girls are saucy.

mhalls said...

mmmm. swiss steak! or maybe even some nice homemade chili. possibilities are endless!

JAM said...

Ooh, I want one! In blue please!

JAM said...

I would make chicken dumpling soup! Yum!!

cat+tadd said...

I was just about to say "never seen as many exclamation points in my life", but then I read Meg's comment, and she pretty much summed up exactly what I wish I'd said.

rabidrunner said...

I cannot, or better yet, will not, compete with 192 others. But just in case:

I've been answering tax questions for 3 months. I'm done. So with this pot, I'd print all of my answers onto recycled 8.5 x 11, put 'em in the pot, fill the spaces with H20 and boil for 8 frickin hours.

I thought about printing the IRS instruction booklets, but decided that it would not fit in 192 pots - even if I had 'em.

Who's judging this, by way? Please say Megan. She likes me.

Rachel said...

Definitely a loaded baked potato soup--I've been itching to make a couple new soup recipes,so this pot would come in quite handy!

liane66 said...

I would make a bunch of pasta and heat some sauce for spaghetti and meatballs.
Thanks for the giveaway!
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KAZ said...

I love that color! If I had one I think I would make chicken noodle soup. I have nothing to make it in and this would be great! my2littlepiggies at cox dot net

Jordan said...

Looks great! I would make a fabulous tomato sauce in it.

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Janeen said...

Megan and Cat you to just crack me up! It is true it is a only a pot, but a fantastic one at that!

sarah: paper + stitch said...

Oh, how beautiful! I would make the new recipe I saw on Rachael Ray the other day - Lemon Garlic Chicken Noodle Soup.... Yum!

Dawn said...

What wouldn't I make in that is a better question. I would definitely make my mom's chili in this. What a great giveaway.

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