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Anolon Gourmet Cookware Giveaway! (CLOSED)

This contest is now closed. Congrats to Amy of Alexandria, VA!

Hi All, Great giveaway this week thanks to Anolon Gourmet Cookware! The 10-piece Nouvelle Copper Stainless Steel set includes:

  • 1.25 Qt. and 2.5 Qt. Covered Saucepans
  • 3 Qt. Covered Sauté Pan
  • 6.5 Qt. Covered Stockpot
  • 8-inch and 10-inch Skillets

Crafted of stainless steel with a layer of copper on the bottom, this cookware provides optimum heat conduction and excellent cooking performance. Stainless steel handles are dual riveted and oven safe to 500°F, and deep seated stainless steel dome lids fit securely into the rims to lock in flavors and nutrients. The collection is also dishwasher safe.

I own several pieces from Anolon, and not only does it perform well, it looks good. I especially love this collection’s high polish finish and graceful flared design — so pretty!

For a chance to win, simply review any recipe on the site that you have cooked (in the comment section underneath the recipe) between now and midnight on March 16th. You may review up to five recipes for five separate entries. Please only leave constructive reviews that will help other cooks. For example: Was the dish perfect as is or would you alter the recipe next time? Did you make any substitutions? What other dishes did you serve with it?

The winner will be chosen randomly and notified via email. You must be a resident of the contiguous U.S. and Once Upon a Chef email or feed subscriber to participate. Click here to subscribe.

Comments

  • Was a winner chosen yet??

    - Ashley @ Wishes and Dishes on March 21, 2013 Reply
  • I LOVE YOUR SITE! My goal is to work through each of your recipes! Every recipe I try is delicious ! You have chanced the way I cook! I would love to meet and cook with you one day!

    - Katzzs on March 18, 2013 Reply
  • I completely enjoy the Morrocan Grilled Chicken, it is absolutely delicous; tried it with shrimp–LOVE IT!! No need to purchase barbeque sauce any longer–corn scallion salad is very refreshing with both entrees–}:>)

    - dwana bull on March 14, 2013 Reply
  • Love, love , love your website. I have tried many of your recipes and they are amazing. Family and friends have asked where I got such yummy recipes and I have directed them to your site. You now have fans back in my native Scotland. Thank you for all your hard work, it’s very much appreciated.

    Val Ferguson

    - Val Ferguson on March 14, 2013 Reply
  • Would love these pots and pans! I reviewed your Classic Tomato Soup, Chocolate Banana Bread and French Toast recipes :).

    - Sri K. on March 14, 2013 Reply
  • your Luscious Lemon Squares are just that :)
    I made them and they are fabulous. Thank you

    - nadine on March 13, 2013 Reply
  • Tomato Soup….wouldn’t change a thing…yum.

    - Tammy on March 13, 2013 Reply
  • Potato leek soup…..very good. Instead of cream I would just use half and half.

    - Tammy on March 13, 2013 Reply
  • Buttermilk fried chicken tenders…I would just cut down a little on the cayenne pepper just because I can’t handle too much spice…otherwise yummy.

    - Tammy on March 13, 2013 Reply
  • I made Grandma Annie’s Chocolate Chip Mandel Bread. It was really great! Not as dry or hard as biscotti. I also didn’t bake it for quite as long on the last baking. I will definitely make this again and would recommend it. I look forward to trying more of your recipes.

    - Esther on March 13, 2013 Reply
  • Because I’m new to your blog, I’ve only made one recipe so far at home – the Homemade Granola. Loved it! The only change I made was to add flax seeds and pumpkin seeds.

    - Crystal W. (@EatDrinkClev) on March 12, 2013 Reply
  • This is a great contest! Not only for the prize, but it also kind of forces me (in a gentle way) ‘ write some reviews/comments.

    As I’ve made a lot of your recipes (I love this blog) yet haven’t posted any reviews yet. So now’s the time.

    I’ve already posted two (hummus and the crave-worthy sugar cookies…both great) and will post a few more later on (shhh, I’m at work)…

    - Dee on March 12, 2013 Reply
  • Oh my gosh, this would be amazing to win! Going to review recipes now!

    - Amanda S. on March 11, 2013 Reply
  • I’ve made the Summer Vegetable Soup with Pesto several times. I love this recipe, it’s easy and hearty. I have modified the recipe by using chicken bouillon for more flavor and also boiled a whole jalapeno (stem cut off) in the broth for a moderate spice. I’ve used pesto and have also simply added lemon. This is my husbands favorite soup recipe!

    - Crystal Soto on March 11, 2013 Reply
  • Just reviewed five great recipes from your site:

    Molten Chocolate Cakes
    Crispy Tilapia Fingers
    Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Bacon, Pecans, and Maple Syrup
    Summer White Bean Ragout
    Luscious Lemon Squares

    My daughter is getting married in May, so it would be heavenly to win the prize and give her such a beautiful gift.

    - Jennifer Smith on March 11, 2013 Reply
  • I’d love to see a healthier version of the Leek and Parmesan Quiche. Cream just doesn’t fit into my diet. :)

    - rachel on March 11, 2013 Reply
  • I really enjoyed your http://www.onceuponachef.com/2012/05/baby-spinach-with-fresh-berries-pecans-goat-cheese-in-raspberry-vinaigrette.html
    I tried it minus the rasberry vinaigrette. I wouldn’t change anything other than try it with the vinaigrette.

    - Elizabeth M on March 11, 2013 Reply
  • Love love love the Roasted Tomato salsa. I used a jalapeño pepper in place of the Serrano; just because that’s what I had handy! But the salsa is so good and so easy! Thanks!

    - Kelley c on March 10, 2013 Reply
  • I love your salads – slightly sweet, healthy, beautiful and delicious!

    - Sera on March 10, 2013 Reply
  • My kids surprisingly loved the beef stew with carrots & potatoes. Although they really only liked the beef. Maybe next time I’ll try it with noodles- they’re more pasta fans!

    - Jodi on March 10, 2013 Reply
  • i loved the zucchini fritters! the only thing i would change is to add less garlic. . . but of course that’s just personal preference. very delicious! i would highly recommend you try these.

    - Tori on March 10, 2013 Reply
  • I had a conversation with a friend about banana bread yesterday and she said the recipe she found online was just really bland and not that great. I asked her what website she used and told her that one of my favorites was the chai spiced banana bread on Once Upon a Chef. I love chai anything and happened upon the recipe by chance actually. It was excellent and was the perfect mix of spices. It’s not a boring banana bread at all, so I can’t wait for her to try it and get back to me.

    - Elin on March 10, 2013 Reply
  • I tried out the recipe for Tortilla Soup. Perfect with crackers to warm you up! Nothing needs to be changed in my opinion.

    - Jim Kottke on March 10, 2013 Reply
  • I just went through ALL the recipes again, and I am eager to try more recipes ! Cooking is a way for me to de-stress after an exhausting day. It is MY play after a long day of being with special needs kids. I’ve actually used cooking as a modality working with some of my clients. Thanks Jennifer for your passion and dedication.

    - Sharyn on March 10, 2013 Reply
  • I have made your Potato Leek Soup twice already – it was love at first bite. Your flavors are very subtle, but lovely. The first time, I followed the recipe exactly. Lovely first course that did not distort the palate for a heartier main course. Second time I made this lovely soup, I tweaked it a bit for a main course. I par-boiled my potatoes first, then added them -skin on – to stock mixture. I added some cayenne, paprika, celery salt a touch of Old Bay. After blending ingredients, I strained soup mixture and poured over cooked shrimp. Topped with Gruyere and croutons. Yummy! Loved both versions. Thank you for sharing a lovely dish!

    - JC on March 10, 2013 Reply
  • I could SO use a new set of cookware! Mine is so old and worn and doesn’t look as nice as this set. I loved picking my favorite recipes to comment on because I have tried so many of yours! Keep up the good work…and pick me as the winner :)

    - Julia on March 10, 2013 Reply
  • As a home chef, and self proclaimed “foodie”I have been thoroughly enchanted with Jennifer’s recipes. They are simple, user friendly, consistently delicious and have very complex flavor profiles. My favorites are too numerous to list but several have become standards at our dinner table. I always look forward to an email which features a new recipe. What a great resource! Thanks .

    - Sharyn on March 10, 2013 Reply
  • I love your website and recipes! I turn to you all the time when I have “cooker’s block” and can’t figure out what’s for dinner. I had a lot of fun commenting on my 5 favorite recipes! Thanks for the impetus!

    - ieatdarkchocolateeveryday on March 10, 2013 Reply
  • I served the Black Bean Salad with Corn as a dip for a recent party. Everyone loved it. Thanks so much for a great recipe .

    - Connie on March 10, 2013 Reply
  • Even though I have not reviewed your chocolate fudge crinkles … every time I make them, they disappear! Everybody loves them.

    - Isabel on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • I’ve made your double chocolate meringue cookies. I loved them because they are super easy to make, gluten free, and really yummy. My husband brews his own beer and we had the cookies with his imperial stout and a hint of homemade coconut milk. It was a real treat. Thanks for the many wonderful recipes you offer. And I would love to win the cookware.

    - Laura Black on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • Made your crave-worth sugar cookies for my kiddos this past Wed nite! They’re crisp on the edges and chewy in the center- my girls loved them as well as hubby and I- and we don’t even like sugar cookies! So the recipe was perfect- the addition of the cream cheese was great! Would not alter it any way!!

    - Emily on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • pumpkin bread – nicely spiced. changes for me – swap AP with white whole wheat and added some dried cranberries.

    - jacquie on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • Blueberry maple bran muffins are the bomb!

    - Lisa Foley on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • I made your supernatural brownies and LOVED IT! I love the vanilla extract. It was just perfect!

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    - nickie on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • I made the Maryland Crab Cakes with the quick tartar sauce. I served them with homemade baked beans and brown bread. They were so delicious, that I sent the recipe to my brother in Delaware.

    - Arthur on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • My goal during the Christmas season was to make one new cookie recipe a week, and your chocolate fudge crinkles were BY FAR the biggest hit. Absolutely scrumptious!

    - ann on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • Can’t wait to try the Peruvian Chicken recipe. We take out pollo a la brasa at least once a week, so I would love to be able to make it at home. Also, I would love a yellow sauce recipe in addition to the green.

    - ann on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • The roasted tomato salsa is awesome! I have 3 kids who don’t love spice, so I only use one serrano pepper, but it is absolutely delicious!!!

    - ann on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • I made the doughnut muffins twice and they were delicious both times! I loved the flavor the nutmeg added.

    - Amy on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • The homemade granola is an excellent recipe that is made once or twice a week (we eat a lot of granola). I’ve made it with dried cherries, raisins, and dried cranberries- I think that the cherries work the best for a chewier texture than the cranberries but a slightly tarter flavor than the raisins that helps balance out the sweetness of the honey.

    - Christopher on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • I previously reviewed your granola bars (delicious!) and just reviewed your granola (our new favorite treat)!

    - Rebecca on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • I have previously reviewed your banana pancakes. They have become my family’s most favorite pancakes – they are totally addictive! Real maple syrup is a must!

    - Rebecca on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • Reviewed your roasted brussel sprouts & Bulgur Salad with Cucumbers, Red Peppers, Chick Peas, Lemon and Dill

    - Brandy on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • Last week I made your Fettuccine Bolognese. Like every other meal that I’ve made of Jennifer’s it was totally delicious!

    - Rebecca on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • I just reviewed your lemon chicken – it is incredible! Our go-to chicken on the grill!

    - Rebecca on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • I have previously reviewed your leek quiche – incredibly delicious! (I didn’t think you would want me to review it again?) I have made it at least 4 times since for company and everyone raves about it. We have had it for breakfast, lunch and dinner with just small sides each time.

    - Rebecca on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • onion braised beef brisket..
    made this for christmans. ordered theweight brisket needed and omg.. that was a big brisket size wise.. this led to a couple issues finding the right size pan but we worked it out. the flavor was excellent. the problem we had was timing…. we had too many appetizers which made it hard to get people to eat the main dishes. the meat was on ‘low’ for so long it toughened up. but the taste was still great. the recipe was a winner. our timing..not so much.

    - kirsten zielinski on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • I haven’t tried any of the recipes yet, but plan on making the Curried Carrots tomorrow night.

    - Louis on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • I made the Doughnut Muffins, and they were delicious! Great taste and texture.

    - Meryl on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • I reviewed the beef stew with carrots and potatoes
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    - debbie jackson on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • I reviewed Peruvian-Style Roast Chicken with Green Sauce. debbie jackson
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    - debbie jackson on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • Thanks for the giveaway. I just left a review on your BBQ turkey meatloaf. I’d better try some more recipes so that I can be ready for your next giveaway! :)

    - Becca J on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • I made your Vietnamese Carmelized shrimp once – it was delicious but seriously, I don’t think my kitchen has enough ventilation to make anything with fish sauce again – so smelly! ;) I’m part Vietnamese, so I’m a little ashamed of this fish-sauce squeamishness, but can’t help it. I’d love to make it again, maybe outside or in my parents’ kitchen, which has windows. Really really yummy!

    - Sarah on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • Your roasted Brussels sprouts recipe convinced me to try a vegetable that I never had before, and I love it! I follow your ingredients but usually just estimate the quantities – come out great!

    - Sarah on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • I recently made your Bulgur Salad with Cucumbers, Red Peppers, Chick Peas, Lemon, and Dill…I made a few changes based on what I had (used scallions instead of red onions and left out the red bell peppers), and it made for a delicious dinner served with roast chicken. I especially liked the fact that it had everything going for it (wheat, vegetables, and protein), so no other side dish was necessary!

    - Dorothea on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • My other favorite from your site is the basic banana bread – great, plain banana bread, perfect for toasting (a little better than the chai spiced, since it isn’t so very soft – at least for me, since I don’t have a toaster oven) The kids love it – again sometimes I use coconut oil, or part whole wheat flour, but other than that the only alteration is sometimes doubling it!

    - Sarah on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • My favorite from your site is the Chair Spiced Banana bread – am going to make it again this morning! The only alteration I sometimes make is to use coconut oil in place of the butter – and then you just have to make sure you don’t add any cold ingredients that will make the oil solidify. Also sometimes I double it to make two loaves!

    - Sarah on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • Thanks for such a great giveaway! I love your site!

    - Ashley @ Wishes and Dishes on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • I love your cranberry orange nut bread! It’s perfect just the way it is. Would love the cookware too :-)

    - Fran T on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • Just reviewed the sweet potato soup that I made last night!

    - Meg @ Peaches and Cake on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • I made your Pumpkin Cheesecake. I haven’t quite got the timing down yet, so sometimes I end up with a cheesecake and sometimes I end up witha ring of cheesecake and a liquidy center. I haven’t given up, though! Love your recipes!

    - Lydia on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • Mde the buttermilk fried chicken.. soooo good!!!!

    - Angela Yer on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • Am about to make your Chai spiced banana bread. i don’t have to wait to review it…have never been disappointed with one of your recipes!!!

    - kelly almasy on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • The Crave Worthy Sugar Cookies are so BAD!!! I cannot leave them alone. I will just have 1, ok just 1 more & then finally – darn I will just finish them off and won’t have to worry about…JUST 1 MORE!!

    - Brenda Hollar on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • What a beautiful giveaway prize. I’ve been looking for some stainless steel cookware and these sounds perfect.

    I’ve always enjoy your especially this Winter Citrus and Pomegranate Fruit Salad. So easy to make and your instructions are so clear. I love it. The sweet and tart flavor from the fruit are so refreshing. The only thing is that my kids think it’s a little too tart for them. So, I separate a little bowl for them and toss theirs with a little drizzle of agave before serving and they loved it.

    amy [at] utry [dot] it

    - Amy Tong on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • The other recipe that I’m always making for dinner is the Vietnamese Caramelized Shrimp. My only change is to add more red pepper flakes…my husband loves spicy and this recipe always makes him very happy.

    - Emily on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • I made the Lentil soup with bacon and vegetables and it was fabulous! We used a local herbed no-nitrate bacon and that made it more wonderful.

    - Margery Groten on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • My family is always asking me to make your Thai Ginger & Sweet Red Chili Shrimp…they love it! The only change I make is a substitution for the peanut oil. The flavors are perfect and is delicious.

    - Emily on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • I was inspired by your homemade granola recipe to create a quick and easy apple crisp. Chopped apples, a bit of olive oil, brown sugar, appropriate apple pie spices. Microwave to desired doneness and top with granola. Easy, quick and healthy snack or dessert.

    - Jerry on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • The crispy kale chips with parm and lemon were a huge hit! My grandson, who eats NO green veg loved them so much that he asked me to teach him to make them himself. (he’s 11) Then when his older cousins came to visit they picked a trash bag full of kale from my garden and actually helped teach them how. Though some preferred them without lemon – they all loved them. We’ve tried different seasoning and salt/pepper/garlic mix with the cheap can of parm was easiest for the kids. Thanks for getting him to eat something green.

    - Debb on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • I made YOUR Cranberry Nut Bread to go with MY Cranberry-Orange Butter.

    - Carole Resnick on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • I made your Pumpkin Cheesecake with Gingersnap Crust and Caramel Sauce for a Thanksgiving potluck with friends last year. The filling was really flavorful and creamy! My only complaint with the recipe was that I found the crust to be a little soggy. I weighed my crust ingredients with a kitchen scale, so I think the portion were correct, but it didn’t have a very pleasant texture. I prefer a crust with a little more heft to contrast with the smooth and creamy cheesecake filling. Again, I’m not sure if that was a fault of mine or the recipe.

    When I make cheesecake, I find that the extra step of straining the batter into the pan really helps get out any lumps of cream cheese, egg, or spices and ensures a perfectly smooth filling. Also, I’ve learned that a piece of heavy duty white thread (or unflavored dental floss) can ensure a gorgeous presentation of a cut cheesecake.

    (I’m sharing the review here and under the original recipe post, since I wasn’t sure which was preferred.)

    - Amy Kelly on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • I added 1-1/2 tsp of Marash pepper flakes only because I like a little more zip to my recipes. Otherwise this is a yummy recipe and oh so simple to do. I served this with BBQ’d chicken thighs, a mesclun mix salad and warm slices of my homemade baguette.

    - Becky on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • Thanks Once Upon a Chef and Anolon — those are lovely things …

    - KP Neuforth on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • Would love to have this cookware! I’ve heard it’s great to cook with.

    - Kathryn Gearld on March 9, 2013 Reply
  • … asparagus soup with lemon & parmesan. DELISH as is, wouldn’t change a thing !

    - jon brierton on March 9, 2013 Reply

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