Saturday, February 15, 2014

A #PalmParty Giveawy - Le Creuset Mini Cocette

Every one loves Le Creuset Cookware and Bakeware. 

They're versatile and most pieces go easily from the stove top to the oven. In addition, they're a kitchen decorator's delight! They come in beautiful and functional forms and in an array of colors from orange to red to yellow to blue. 


Photo Source: Le Creuset 

Ever since their founders experimented with color by adding a spicy orange pigment to their enamel glaze, color has been at the heart of their manufacturing. Inspirational and full of impact, their colors have become as central to the character of Le Creuset as their dependable quality.

Today, Le Creuset's range of signature shades continues to evolve, building on the best of the past and shaping the trends of tomorrow.

Their latest signature shade, Palm, is "inspired by the lush, luxurious fringe of green that divides land and sea" (Le Creuset, 2014). 
Photo Source: Le Creuset

What's more, at signature stores across the country on February 16, 2014, you can attend a special event Palm Party
Photo SourceLe Creuset


**Here's a list of participating cities with giveaways and chef demos**
  Select the link HERE for more details!

Scottsdale Arizona 
Denver Colorado
Kansas City Kansas
Bethesda Maryland
Long Island New York
Cleveland Ohio
Charleston South Carolina
Dallas Texas
Houston Texas


Not near one of those cities --- or can't attend? 

Here's YOUR chance to WIN a mini round cocette in the beautiful new shade of Palm!




Isn't it cute? It measures 3-3/4" x 3-3/4" x 2" high


Whether used to serve single portions of a side dish or simply to decorate an empty section of countertop or kitchen shelving, the Mini Round Cocette adds attractive color and classic Le Creuset style to the kitchen or the table.


Please note this giveaway is for a mini cocette
Holds 8 fluid ounces
L = 3-3/4, W = 3-3/4,  H = 2" 
Value $25.00

We're having our own #PalmParty on the Home Place Blog  -  Enter Below!

Note: Winner must reside in the continental U.S.


a Rafflecopter giveaway


Winners will be contacted by Home Place within 24 hours of the contest end date and at that time they will need to supply a continental U.S. mailing address.
Note: This giveaway is sponsored by the Home Place Blog.

38 comments:

  1. I'll use it to heat up small sauces - and I just love the color!
    When not in use I'll use it to decorate my kitchen counter. Palm is the the perfect shade of spring green.

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    1. Great Gail! I think I'd use it to decorate my counter too!

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    1. It is so cute! A mini pot is great for leftovers!

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  3. The Le Creuset Mini Cocette is so cute. I love the green color. I would use it to make Creme Brulee in. I found a quick recipe that allows you to brown the top in the microwave

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    1. I'm digging on that spring green color too! So fresh!

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  4. I'd make mini Mac n cheese or apple crisp

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    1. A perfect little pot for a single serve mac-n-cheese! YUM!

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    1. Creme brulee is one of my faves! DeLISH!

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  6. I'd use it for individual servings of pot pies, stews, and soups.

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    1. It's great for those single servings! What a great idea - a little pot pie!

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  7. I need one of those pots you put in the oven.... So I'd probably ask my husband to make braised short ribs in it!

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    1. I think because this is a mini cocette it would be better suited for heating up some short ribs! You'd need the big dutch oven to make the whole short rib in! But it does sound good Jess!

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  8. Perfect for heating up sauces, or melting butter for lobster!

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  9. Looks great for heating our signature hot sauce for dippin'!

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  10. I would use it for chocolate creme brulee.

    schola.athenarum at gmail dot com

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  11. I would make a chocolate lava cake, use it as a side dish and heat up soup.

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    1. Remember it's the mini cocette, it might be good for leftover soup! Perfect on a winter night!

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  12. First, I absolutely love the color! Second, I'm obsessed with Le Creuset. It's small size is so perfect for a hot cheese dip, melted butter, mini pot pies, mini fruit crumbles for dessert .... the ideas are endless.

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  13. I would make my husband little single servings of mac and cheese.
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    {in the contest I am Margot Core on the Rafflecopter}

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    1. I love the idea of a single serving pot pie!

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  14. I don't have any Le Creuset pans and have been dying to try one. Love the color - so retro!

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    1. I agree! The color is a throwback to the 50s, but a much more appealing in spring green compared to the seafoam green of yesteryore!

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  15. I think these would be cute for single serving brownies or lava cakes!

    demureprincess7(at)gmail(dot)com

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  16. I'm always heating up the tiniest amounts of things - leftovers, broth, sauces - and this would be perfect! Also, I like everyone else's ideas for mini souffles or lava cakes. Dessert party for 1! :)

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    1. It would be perfect for tiny amounts of things to heat up! And yes, I live the mini souffles too!

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  17. Mac and Cheese would look so awesome in this.
    Samantha

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    1. Yes, the golden macaroni would look beautiful against the leafy green color! Great design style!

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  18. I think I'd make a mug cake in this pan, and share it with my husband :)

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  19. I would use it to make my "Queso Fundido con Chorizo" which is just melted Monterey Jack cheese and chorizo
    Leidy R - rafflecopter

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    1. Leidy, that sounds so good! Love chorizo and this sounds so good! Friends of mine who own a Mexican restaurant make a dish called Queso flamendo, which is a mix of chorizo and cheeses, then they flambe it and serve it on soft flour tortillas! HEAVEN!

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