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$75 Cookware.com Gift Voucher! Comment/Retweet & Win!

by Krista

You might remember that last month, the fine folks behind Cookware.com sponsored a lovely Le Creuset giveaway on Londonelicious. Well, they're back again this month! This time, with a $75 gift certificate that the winner can use to purchase just about anything on Cookware.com! Just in time for the holidays right? When you're probably looking to kit out your dining room table for all those guests you're expecting.

The even better news this time around is that the contest is open to both US and non-US participants. The only catch for those of you outside the US is that the gift certificate won't cover international fees like customs.

How can you win this lovely $75 Cookware.com gift certificate? Do ANY of these three things by FRIDAY NOVEMBER 5th, 2010. (And yes…you can do all three!)
1. Leave a comment on this post, with a link to what you'd buy on Cookware.com with your $75 gift voucher and why.
2. Retweet my tweet to this post, making sure to keep @kristainchicago in the tweet. (RT @kristainchicago Comment/Retweet & Win! $75 Cookware.com GIft Voucher! http://bit.ly/dlxKSx)
3. Check out my last post about where I've been sleeping. Leave a comment about your hotel must-haves!

Next weekened, I'll use random.org to pick a random winner. Winners will be notified by e-mail. If you don't respond within 72 hours, I'll pick another number.

I took a quick spin through Cookware.com and saw a couple of things that I liked…even though I don't cook…

Kitchen Aid has an 18 inch covered roaster for $69.99.

KAHLA has this pretty little set, perfect for serving snacks or maybe even soup. And just $66.

Ooh…and how pretty is this set from Ironwood? Perfect for serving wine and cheese. (Note that each wedge holds a wine glass!) Only $61.99… 

Think about it, comment away, and maybe you'll win! Enjoy, and have a great weekend!

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MissChicago October 30, 2010 - 10:19 pm

We still don’t have a pressure cooker at home, so I will be tempted to use the $75 towards a Fissler Blue Point Pressure Cooker. http://www.cookware.com/Fissler-USA-021-644-06-000-FSS1042.html

Stephanie October 31, 2010 - 7:25 pm

I would totally buy a hand mixer because it would help me with my baking and I don’t have space in my tiny, college apartment kitchen for a stand mixer.


sgs October 31, 2010 - 8:01 pm

I’ve been thinking about getting a tangine (aren’t they cool?) …and I really like this Emile Henry one: http://www.csnstores.com/Emile-Henry-375532-EHY1925.html

sgs October 31, 2010 - 8:05 pm

As far as hotels go, I need a close grocery store, an in-room fridge and a microwave, and wireless. The outlet in the safe …what an idea!

Marina November 1, 2010 - 2:36 pm

A food processor – I’m getting by with a hand blender but there are so many recipes that would be helped by something larger and more powerful.

destri November 2, 2010 - 3:30 am

I hear this Kalorik blender is good: http://www.cookware.com/Kalorik-BL-16909-rik1027.html I could use one since I tend to make a mess with sauces in my food processes. No more tahini on the walls! And I’d use the remaining $$ on a new knife (I’m slowly building a good knife collection).

My3Sons33 November 2, 2010 - 7:21 pm

I would buy a new microwave http://www.cookware.com/Sharp%AE-R307NW-ARP1171.html – ours is 12 years old. lisacarr7 ataol dot com

melissa November 4, 2010 - 4:58 pm

I want this grill pan…

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