3 Piece Cast Iron Skillet Set Giveaway!

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I’m so excited to host a giveaway for the 3 Piece Cast Iron Skillet Set. My cast iron skillets are a huge part of my cooking routine. I have a few different sized skillets and use them every day. The great thing is that it’s not only for cooking food on the stovetop, it’s also oven safe and non-stick (if you season it of course). This set has a 6 1/4 inch, 7 7/8 inch and a 10 inch Skillet!

Giveaways are paid for by me and are not related to any sponsorship or endorsement.

Why you need a Cast Iron skillet instead of non-stick:

  • Non-stick pans release toxic chemicals when heated that can end up in your food
  • Non-stick coating on high heat can break down and into other more dangerous chemicals.
  • Chemicals leeched by non-stick pans have been shown to pose reproductive and developmental risks. (Natural News)

Cast Iron pans are the best and safest cooking choice and can last for decades, heat food evenly and even add beneficial nutritional iron to your food!

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This contest is only open to U.S. residents and will be up until August 3rd, 2013. Good Luck!

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Comments

  1. Cindy Williams says

    The first thing I would make is an amazing omelet, using a few organic eggs, shitake mushrooms, baby spinach leaves, and top it off with a few organic baby tomato slices, just lightly cooked to bring out their flavor.

  2. Cat Slate says

    I love cast iron and I have always wanted a set. I will make cheddar jalapeno cornbread first! Then sauteed onions/peppers. I hope I win!

  3. Stephanie KL says

    I absolutely love cast iron cookware. It is the ONLY tool to cook with. Sauteed kale, Swiss chard, zucchini or yellow squash fresh from the garden along with some onions and garlic would be a fitting start for their use. Breakfast scrambled eggs with spinach is another option. Whatever their use, they will be used exclusively! I’m looking forward to their receipt.

  4. Ashlei Artis says

    Would love to win these! Even so, what a great price! We’ve been looking to replace our nonstick pans :(

  5. Vickie says

    I found my cast iron pan in the late 60’s at a ghost-town trash dump site in the middle of the desert where we were off-road camping. It was a mess with burnt on food and looked like some pioneer woman gave up trying to clean it. I took it back to our campsite and placed it in the coals of our campfire and the next morning dug it out of the ashes. After a good cleaning and seasoning, it was as good as new and I have been using it ever since! It now hangs from a cast iron hook on my pantry door. It makes a cute shabby chic magnet board for recipes and shopping list when not in my oven or stovetop. <3

  6. Amber A. says

    I love making fried zucchini, yellow squash, onions and garlic together. And they are never as good as when I used to make them in my mom’s cast-iron pans! Would love to have these!

  7. Riki Juster says

    Cast Iron is the only kind of pan I use, especially for bacon and eggs, but also for sauteing and broiling all sorts of things.

  8. says

    I just informed my husband that there is such thing as a frittata — and he had sparkles in his eyes — so I imagine that’ll need to be first on the list!

  9. Kylie says

    those “non-stick” pans really freak me out – I definitely need these cast iron skillets!

    first thing I’d like to make would be a frittata – very hard to make without the non-stick feature that I can get with a seasoned cast iron!

  10. Jerri-Lynn and Ross says

    I was just telling my husband that I would like to invest in some good cast iron pans, Winning would be the cat’s meow!

  11. Rebecca says

    Cornbread!! My boyfriend claims to not like cornbread, we’re in Tx, I would love to show him how wrong he is.

  12. Katrina says

    I have such issues with the pots and pans I have today. I would love nothing better that to toss them and just have a set of these.

  13. Heather says

    Love cast iron, we have been using it more and more and would love to add more pieces to our cooking set!

  14. Lynn says

    I’ve never owned a cast iron skillet before, but there are TONS of things I’d like to try! I read a lot of recipes that call for them. :) Thanks for the giveaway!

  15. roxane says

    On PBS last night I watched Cook’s Country and they made Naan in a cast iron skillet…I have been looking for a way to make Naan at home without a Tandori Oven (I cursed the day I sacrificed my set of cast iron skillets..as I watched the episode…)…So…Naan..would be the first of Many items/dishes that I would make with this lovely set….(During one of our MANY military moves…we were over our weight allowance and was I donated my cast iron skillets to charity…(good cause…but every time I want to use them…I regret it to this day)….

  16. Liza says

    I love making sunny side up eggs in a cast-iron skillet – they get all crunchy around the edges and the yolk stays soft

  17. Tina says

    I could really use some new pans and cast iron is where I want to go! I love making homemade coconut pancakes for the girls! But looking at all the previous comments, I have some baking to do!!

  18. April says

    Blackened salmon! I accidentally put down the wrong email in the entry form so please use this one just in case. Thanks! >.<

  19. Cheryl says

    First thing to make, veggies in a little coconut oil, some seasoning, perhaps Indian……I can taste it now…..

  20. Julie Sequiera says

    I would be excited to make anything in the skillets because it won’t have toxic non stick chemicals leaching into my food!!

  21. Sita (Craft Pulse in FB) says

    Thank you. I am a new liker of your facebook page. I look forward for geat ideas and cooking receipes from you! Thanks again and I hope I will win. Pls. keep up the good work!

    Regards,
    Sita (Craft Pulse)

  22. Simon says

    I’d love to win this set. Just wondering though … why are they so inexpensive? The cast iron skillets I’ve seen are normally much more expensive.

  23. Deanna says

    I have to pick just one thing I’d make with a new cast iron skillet?! What wouldn’t I make!! lol I have lots of new recipes I’d like to try!

  24. Summer N. says

    I can’t wait to make eggs, bacon and some gf pancakes!! Love cast iron so much! And, due to a financial crisis, I had to sell all the pieces I had. This would get me started nicely!!

  25. says

    A fruit cobbler that I saw on Pinterest. I am steering away from fried foods but, my inclination was to say good ol’ homemade french fries.

  26. says

    I’m happy to find an online community that enjoys real food!

    The first thing I’d make with my brand new health-conscious skillet would be Zucchini Patty Sandwiches and Quinoa Tabbouleh
    <3

    Thank you for this opportunity!!!

  27. Laurelei says

    The first thing I’d make is some cornbread. I’ve been craving tomato soup and cornbread my entire pregnancy!

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