Monday, November 23, 2015

Domestic Divas Holiday Giveaway: Win A Hammer Stahl 4 Quart Saute Pot ($229 Value)!

Hammer Stahl Saute Pot

Domestic Divas wishes you a happy holiday...with a great giveaway!

This cooking blog features healthy farm-to-table recipes, and the most important tool in your kitchen is a great set of cookware. That brings me to Hammer Stahl

Designed for flavorful, low-fat cooking, their cookware is top-notch, made with stainless steels and titanium surfaces that disperse the heat safely and evenly. Their products are manufactured in the U.S. at a facility in Clarksville, Tennessee. For the first time at retail Hammer Stahl is introducing its new 4-quart deep sauté pot. Here's a little more about it:
The interior layer of steel of the pan has been changed, so that the cooking surface is the least reactive to salts and acids. This stainless steel is significantly more resistant to corrosion and reduces the reaction between food and the cooking surface to ensure that meals have exceptional flavor.
A great sauté pot should be your best friend in the kitchen. You can use it to cook almost anything, from a great vegetable sauté to fish and meat, and this one is top of the line.

THE GIVEAWAY

I'm giving one of these amazing sauté pots and cover (a $229 dollar value) to one lucky reader! Also so everyone can benefit, Hammer Stahl is offering its new 4-quart deep pan with cover at the special price of $99.00 (regularly $229) only through December 31, 2015.

To check out this special promotion and locate a retailer, visit www.hammerstahl.com/316Ti.

HOW TO ENTER
  • Leave a SEPARATE comment on this post per entry
  • Tell me your favorite holiday dish that you cook on the stovetop
  • Make sure I have a way to contact you if you are the winner by either 1) following me on Twitter @JenniferBrody; or 2) sending your contact info to domesticdivasblog [at] gmail [dot] com
  • You can enter as many times as you want. More entries = more chances to win!
  • The winner's name will be chosen in a random drawing
  • Hammer Stahl will ship this giveaway within the USA 
  • This giveaway will close on Friday, December 4th at noon PST
  • The sooner you start entering, the sooner you can start cooking!

68 comments:

  1. Sauteed Haricot Verts and Mushrooms (healthy!!) topped with crumbled french-fried onions (not so healthy, but hey--it's the holidays!!)

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    1. That sounds super fabulous! Yum yum yum :-)

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  2. Sweet potatoes and butternut squash in coconut milk.

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  3. Also my mother in law's cranberry mousse.

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  4. I like to cook wild rice with garlic.
    kellywcu8888ATgmailDOTcom

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  5. Green beans, butter and almonds - classic but delicious.

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  6. Mashed potatoes. I don't suspect I'll win a pot with mashed potatoes. But they're delicious.

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  7. Are we being honest here? Mulled spice wine. It's not food but it's the truth.

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  8. Also, mashed potatoes. I might not win this awesome new pot with mashed potatoes, but they're delicious.

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  9. It's a little boring, but I love making veggies on the stove top in pans like this. Old fashion green beans, or maybe brussel sprouts with bacon or even collard greens with good ol' ham hock!

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  10. My favorite holiday dish to cook on the stove top is mashed potatoes. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway.
    Erin

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  11. I'm following you on twitter @ErinLoves2run. I also love to make cranberry sauce on the stove. Most of my dishes for the holidays I bake in the oven, so I'm trying to think of what else.....Oh and the cranberry sauce MUST have orange in it.
    Thanks again!
    Erin
    ErinLoves2Run at gmail dot com

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  12. Green beans with sweet onions and bacon.

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  13. I follow you on Twitter @TheHippieHut

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  14. I also love cranberry orange sauce, it's not the holidays without it.

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  15. Another favorite is rice pudding!
    Erin
    ErinLoves2Run at gmail dot com

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  16. Stuffing--and I've been looking forward to it for weeks!

    (you can click through to my profile for my e-mail address if I'm the lucky winner)

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  17. And a close second is cranberry sauce. The first time I made it, I couldn't believe how easy it was. Never going back to canned!

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  18. I also love to do my homemade creamed corn on the stove.
    Happy Thanksgiving!
    Erin
    ErinLoves2Run at gmail dot com

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  19. Garlic mashed potatoes are also a stovetop favorite. Thanks for the chance! :)

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  20. And Happy Turkey Day!!! :) Get your num on!

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  21. My cousin made skillet fingerling potatoes with a honey mustard sauce yesterday.. New and completely delicious! :) I'm stuffed still lol

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  22. I also love to make the chocolate sauce that I drizzle on my Christmas cheese cakes on the stove top too!
    Erin
    ErinLoves2Run at gmail dot com

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  23. I almost forgot! Eggnog! The most important thing! LOL

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  24. Brussel sprouts with bacon are another favorite.

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  25. Sweet potatoes with walnuts and maple syrup.

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  26. Vodka sauce with home made sausage
    Thanks for the chance!

    hoy7@comcast.net

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  27. Vodka sauce with homemade sausage.
    Thanks for the chance

    hoy7@comcast.net

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  28. Vodka sauce with home made sausage
    Thanks for the chance!

    hoy7@comcast.net

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  29. I love making potato cakes with the leftover mashed potatoes. It's a "day after" breakfast tradition. And so good!

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  30. Sole simmered in cider with onions.

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  31. I also make my stuffing on the stove too!

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  32. I can't forget Christmas morning eggs either.

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  33. Oh Oyster stuffing, yum! I do love my seafood, so I need to get it in there somewhere. I make a regular stuffing for people who are allergic to shellfish. Or they just don't like oysters lol.

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  34. I also make the strawberry syrup for the cheesecakes!

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  35. Pineapple upside down cake on the stovetop is a favorite too.

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  36. Oh I can't forget the giblet gravy! The best gravy ever!

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  37. I also make the filling our for annual coffee cakes for Christmas morning!

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  38. We like to make stove top s'mores too.The best sweet dip ever!

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  39. Cranberry sauce!
    Erin
    ErinLoves2Run at gmail dot com

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  40. Oh and homemade mac n cheese of course, with bacon! Don't forget the mac n cheese! :)

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  41. Honey glazed carrots are a favorite too.

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  42. Butternut squash with butter and brown sugar.

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  43. Gypsy soup. It has chickpeas, sweet potatoes, bell peppers, tomatoes. It's a great soup for winter. Cat @ catrinaburgess.com

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  44. I also make the creamed corn on the stovetop!

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  45. I also simmer the candied yams for a bit :)

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  46. scrambled eggs with lox and chives.

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  47. Contest is now closed! Winner to be announced shortly.

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  48. WINNER ANNOUNCEMENT--Congratulations to Erin Ellis! You are the winner of the Hammer Stahl Saute Pan. I'll be in touch directly for your mailing address. Thanks to everyone for your yummy cooking ideas! More fun giveaways and stuff coming soon!

    Jen xx

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