Le Creuset “Fennel” Baker Set Giveaway – Winner Announced!

Le Creuset "Fennel" Baker Set GiveawayWe adore Le Creuset Stoneware and thought you would enjoy it too for baking and serving right from this pretty plus durable stonewear, so we are giving away a 2-piece Le Creuset “Fennel” Rectangular Baker Set!

#80 Erika.Tweeted today- https://twitter.com/#!/chambanachik/status/180884120799416320

Congratulations to the winner and please email us within 24 hours to claim your prize at winedinetv [@] yahoo.com. Thank you everyone for your comments and come back next week for another giveaway! This Giveaway is closed.

The Prize

A  Le Creuset “Fennel” Rectangular Baker Set – 2-piece. The lucky winner will receive a 10.5×7-inch rectangular baker and a 7×5-inch rectangular baker in love spring fennel color. This Le Creuset’s Stoneware you can use for baking, serving and storing. You can also use it in the oven, broiler or microwave and will not absorb odors or flavors.


How to Win
To enter the giveaway just leave a comment below telling us:

1. “What recipe would you make in these fantastic dishes?”


2. Share this page on Facebook or Twitter by pressing on the share icons above  and let us know here that you did.


Number of Entries

You can enter every day using the comment form below as long as they are different answers. Please note that comments left on Facebook do not count as Entry to this Giveaway!

 Terms & Conditions

You may leave multiple comments until Saturday, March 17, 2012 11:59pm Pacific Time.

The Winner will be selected via random.org and will be announced by Sunday, morning 10am. You need to claim the prize by emailing us at winedinetv@yahoo.com within 24 hours from the time the winner is announced or it will go to a new winner.

This prize is Sponsored by Judit & Corina hosts of WineDineDaily and was not sponsored or donated to us.

Good Luck!

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  1. says: Christine

    The possibities are endless! Brownies, Mac n cheese, potatoes, roasted chicken! This would be an amazing win!!!!!

  2. What wouldn’t I make in these is the better question! LOTS AND LOTS of roasted vegetables with balsamic vinegar, marsala wine and herbs would probably go in there the most. And turkey enchilladas mmm mmm good!

  3. says: Jessica F

    I’d make this recipe I have for mac and cheese with ham and onions topped with toasted breadcrumbs… yum!

  4. says: Beverly Asleson

    Of course my famous Lasagna, small roast, to name of few to bake in those fabulous bakeware. I sure need a pair.

  5. says: Joanna

    So many tasty meals to make in such beautiful cookware. I’d start with my favorite stuffed shells recipe.

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  7. says: Frank Marino

    In the large one I’d make my special Italian seasoned cornish game hens with fresh Farmer’s Market vegtables served with Pinot Noir wine from Fiddlehead Cellars. In the small one my molten dark chocolate cake for desert served with a dollop of fresh whipped cream on top and some Late Harvest Zinfandel.

  8. says: Jessica F

    I’d love to make a meatloaf in the smaller baker… I have an awesome recipe that uses apple cider vinegar, and it’s sooo good!

  9. says: Helene

    Hmmm, I’d make chicken provencal……

    or chicken enchiladas…….

    or anything else! lovely set, I hope I win! 🙂

  10. says: Sven Erik Alstrom

    In the smaller one I would make a potato gratin that I made long ago I think from Gourmet magazine but not sure. you make a cream & onion with potato gratin but put blanched pearl onions on top which make really gorgeous little dairy queen shapes on top when finished. have not done this in a new convection oven but I bet it is even more attractive in convection oven.

  11. says: brian caneda

    rock n roll vegetables, roasted, cobblers, apple crisps, shortbread caramel chocolate squares, roast beets, i tweeted and facebooked too ciao bella

  12. says: Meri Lee Bay

    Mmmm….. Peach Cobbler!!! I could go on & on all of the many meals I could make in those, I have 4 boys& including my Hubby 5 boys! But one of their most favorite is my Bacon, chicken & potato casserole! :o)

  13. says: BigFatBaker

    Ooh I would either make a sheet cake of some sort, or an awesome casserole…or even lasagna! Ah so many options. Great giveaway!!

  14. says: Maggie @ Kitchie Coo

    Oh, so many wonderful things to make in these!! I think I’d throw something Italian in there…like spinach manicotti!!

  15. says: Patricia MacKellar Smith

    I would make my seafood Alfredo lasagna , with home made garlic bread &’wine, of course ….

  16. says: Sven Erik Alstrom

    In the largeer one I would make a lasagne recipe from Savuer which is a meat/ marinara sauce but with a variation that I have yet to do. along with the usual ricotta, mozzarella, parmesan the Saveur also adds some / about equal to 1/2 of the total cheese. they add Bechamel sauce to a red sauce lasagna…..has to be decadent.

  17. says: deb B

    Red Velvet cake made green and white for St Paddys Day to eat with red wine and Lemon baked haddock to eat on Friday during lent 🙂

  18. says: deb B

    Red Velvet cake made green and white for St Paddys Day to eat with red wine and Lemon baked haddock to eat on Friday during lent 🙂

  19. I would make various casseroles and especially the lobster macaroni bake. These babies would be well-loved, because I’d prepare everything in advance and pop into the oven right after work, so I could spend more time doing what I love–spending time with my kiddo and hubby. Oh, what a grand dream! Hope you ladies are well!

  20. says: Shalini

    I have been lusting after le creuset for ages. Some crisp cobbler would bake well in this. Especially peach cobbler. Oh and an all time favorite: baked risotto!