The Staub Braiser Giveaway!

UPDATE! We have a winner: Becky Johnson, from Creston, Iowa. She received the braiser and wrote that the first thing she made was: Meatball marinara sauce, served it over penne pasta. Yum! No one complained about the spinach added to the meatballs!

It goes to show that these braiser are great for so many things–meatballs included.

Here’s the original post:


I’m thrilled to be teaming up with my friend Suzy Karadsheh at The Mediterranean Dish. We’re combining our efforts to offer a giveaway of this beautiful Staub Braiser. Of course you know what a nut I am about the Staub braiser–I’ve been talking about it for months! And I’ve been cooking in it for months, too.

I tested all the major braising pans on the market, and the Staub is my favorite. Enter to win one today!

I tested all the major braising pans on the market, and the Staub is my favorite. Enter to win one today!

Staub braiser–how do I love thee? Let me count the ways

• It’s a beautiful enamel cast-iron pan made in Alsace, France.
• It has a lustrous dark green exterior, and a black interior (meaning it won’t stain, like pans made with cream-colored enamel).
• A braising pan is more shallow than a Dutch oven—this allows the moist heat to stay in close contact with the meat for rich, boldly flavored, ultra-tender results.
• I use this for more than braising–I roast in it, too. In fact, I keep this beauty on my stovetop all the time. It’s my go-to pan for so many things.

You know you want one—so why not sign up for the giveaway. It’s so easy:


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PS: If you love braising pans as much as I do, you might want to check out my Braiser e-Cookbook: Enjoy!

Disclaimers: The Staub company was kind enough to supply me with a braiser for this giveaway. I have not been compensated in any other way. Also, any purchases you make through the links provided will help support this site–without adding to your costs whatsoever. Thank you for your consideration. 

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