Giveaway: Anolon Tri-Ply 5 Quart Dutch Oven

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Over the last few years, I’ve become something of a booster for stainless steel cookware. I like the fact that it’s durable, relatively light (at least if compared to enameled cast iron), and comparatively easy to clean. The easy to clean part is of particular importance because as an easily distracted person who frequently cooks sugary things, I occasionally find myself scorching or burning a batch of jam or jelly (it happens to the best of us).

When this happens in expensive enameled cast iron, the jig is up (at least in my experience). The cooking surface of that vessel is forever changed for the worse and the pot becomes increasingly prone to future burns. When you burn something in stainless steel, you can soak and scrub until the charred bits release their hold. Though the surface may bear marks of the burn, it will continue to serve.

Anolon Dutch Oven

And so, I’ve slowly been building my collection of stainless steel cookware (I still have some enameled pots and pans, but I save them for low heat and oven applications). I have a few pieces of All-Clad that were either picked up at a thrift store or bought at steep discount from Cookware & More. We added some nice pans from Anolon’s Nouvelle Cuisine line (thanks to this giveaway partnership) to the kitchen last year. And just recently, this Anolon Tri-Ply 5 Quart Dutch Oven joined my cookware line-up.

Anolon Dutch Oven

The nice folks at Anolon sent it over, thinking that it might be a good pan for the tiny batches of jam I often make. And they were absolutely right. It’s a terrific piece of cookware that is perfect for small batches of jams, jellies, and chutneys because of its low, wide design (it promotes fast evaporation!). I also like it for the soups and sauces I frequently make for dinner (it’s size helps keep me from cooking for an army, which is my natural default). And if you’re looking for a relatively inexpensive Dutch Oven in which to bake loaves of no-knead bread, look no further. This guy is oven safe up to 500 degrees F.

Thanks to Anolon, I have one of these Tri-Ply 5 Quart Dutch Ovens to give away.¬†Here’s how to enter:

  1. Leave a comment on this post and tell me about your favorite piece of cookware.
  2. Comments will close at 11:59 pm east coast time on Saturday, November 23, 2013. Winner will be chosen at random and will be posted to the blog on Sunday.
  3. Giveaway is open to US residents (apologies to my more far-flung readers).
  4. One comment per person, please. Entries must be left via the comment form on the blog at the bottom of this post. I do not accept submissions via email.
Disclosure: Anolon has provided both my review unit of the 5-Quart Dutch oven and the giveaway unit at no cost to me. However, my opinions remain entirely my own.

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1,088 Responses to Giveaway: Anolon Tri-Ply 5 Quart Dutch Oven

  1. 1051
    Panhia says:

    I love my KitchenAid mixer. So handy when making cookies and cakes.

  2. 1052
    Anne says:

    My favourite would be my All Clad 12 ” skillet with lid. I use it all the time and love that I can put it under the grill and not have to worry about the noxic fumes that would emanate from a non-stick pot. Next up woul be my two pots that I bought at different times at TJ Max – they have glass lids (which I find very useful) and can go in the dishwasher (unlike my All Clad skillet).

  3. 1053
    Donna says:

    Love my electric steamer. Throw the vegs in and in no time I have a meal. When making soup, etc. I steam vegs before adding to the soup.

  4. 1054
    Danielle Jones says:

    My favorite piece of cookware would have to be my great aunts cast iron skillet. You just can’t get some things right unless their cooked in it.

  5. 1055
    emily says:

    My newest toy in the kitchen is my Pressure Cooker- bought it years ago but never used it! Don’t know why I wait so long to finally use it! Makes life a breeze with brown rice, stews, meats, etc!!!

    • 1055.1
      Tammy Mills says:

      What a great looking dutch oven i so could use one good luck everyone happy Thanks giving thankfuk for the chance for giveaways.
      Tammy

  6. 1056
    Katie says:

    My favorite piece of cookware has changed over the years. I used to love my quesadilla maker until I realized I could make a better quesadilla myself in the skillet. If this counts I suppose my favorite piece of cookware is my crock pot! I LOVE that thing and it makes me so happy to have a meal cook all day and be ready come dinner time.

  7. 1057
    jeanette goos says:

    My All Clad oval casserole w/non stick finish. I got free with an All Clad order several years ago. Great size for a cobbler or casserol and cleans up beautifully.

  8. 1058
    Audrey says:

    Making honey lemon apple jam in my new stainless three ply cookware that we bought for our anniversary. How romantic!

  9. 1059
    Haley Banks says:

    My favorite piece of cookware at the moment is a giant roaster pan! We have been roasting chicken and veggies a lot lately

  10. 1060
    Andrew says:

    We love cooking with our trusty Tramontina dutch oven… BBQ, Soup, roast, chicken tacos, you name it! Man would we love a nice one like this

  11. 1061
    Theresa says:

    My favorite kitchen item continues to be my Le Crueset dutch oven. It gets a lot of use!

    Thank you for the generous give-away!

  12. 1062
    Stacey says:

    I love my Pyrex baking dishes that I got at a garage sale years ago, during college. I can make practically anything in them – cakes, casseroles, gratin, roasted veggies, etc.

  13. 1063
    Laura says:

    Yay, just made it. My favorite piece of cookware, at least today, is my waffle iron. Rather a unitasker, but who doesn’t love Belgian waffles?

  14. 1064
    Julie Domme says:

    My favorite piece of cookware is a 4 qt enameled cast iron Dutch oven. It’s the only piece I have that’s non-reactive, so it’s what I always use when it’s required (as for canning, etc). I love that it can also be used in the oven and looks great on the table as well. I’d love to have this pot though, because as you said, cast iron is SO heavy! Thanks for offering the giveaway!

  15. 1065
    ramona w says:

    cast iron grill top ftw. goes on burners or in broiler, good for high heat or low and slow.

  16. 1066
    Annette says:

    My favorite piece of cookware is an enamel coated cast iron dutch oven. I love making soups in it.

  17. 1067
    Teresa says:

    My good old cast iron skillet.

  18. 1068
    kim says:

    I love my food processor. I chop all and vegetables and I also use it to make butter.

  19. 1069
    Sheila Banach says:

    Without a doubt my go to will do anything for me is my 25 year old belgique stockpot. It has the metal lid, not a glass one and is great for sauce, stocks, making pasta…it’s the best

  20. 1070
    Molly says:

    Generally, I love my blender/food processor combo. I make so many tasty, go-to dishes. But two months ago I was given a canning pot, rack, and related supplies for my birthday and that collection is now my absolute favorite!

  21. 1071
    Michelle T says:

    My favorite is an enameled dutch oven. I love that you can go from stovetop to oven with it.

  22. 1072
    Pat Nelson says:

    My favorite is my enamel lined cast iron dutch oven, but it is getting too heavy for me to use. I would love to replace it with a lighter stainless one.

  23. 1073
    Tammy Conard-Salvo says:

    I absolutely love my Le Creuset dutch oven, but the enamel is wearing out from all the use!

  24. 1074
    Deborah says:

    I love my cast iron skillets. They are the most used items in my kitchen.

  25. 1075
    Emmy says:

    Hands down, my mom’s wok. My parents used to cook with it all the time when they were young, but over the years as us kids moved out it fell out of use. My mom gave it to me last year, and it’s amazing. It’s nothing fancy, just a basic smallish carbon steel wok, but years of cooking have made it the most nonstick piece of cookware I own. I take care of it like my baby!

  26. 1076
    Mary Fran says:

    I have a stainless steel saut√© pan that I am in love with. It’s Emerilware.

  27. 1077
    Anne-Marie says:

    It used to be my ceramic kettle but that has suffered. :) Probably my stockpot.

  28. 1078
    Darla says:

    My favorite pan is a wok-shaped Green Pan…it holds lots of food, and easy to clean.

  29. 1079
    Heather says:

    My favorite piece of cookware is a 3 qt Dutch oven. I use it every day. Sometimes more! It’s the perfect size for 4 servings of porridge, 2 servings of pasta, and cooks rice perfectly! I’m getting a set of cuisinart stainless steel cookware for Christmas! I have a couple pieces of calphalon and am excited to add to my SS.

  30. 1080
    Brighid says:

    Just in time! My favorite pan is my enameled cast iron Lodge pan though I’m a teensy bit worried having just read your post. I made a super yummy pork roast in it last week, and yes, burnt a bit. The pan’s a tiny bit discolored inside but the wonderful cheery green outside is still, well, inspiring and smile-worthy! It’s a 6 quart size.

  31. 1081
    Julia Q. says:

    So hard to decide! Probably my cast iron comal. It was my grandmother’s and I use it all the time for cooking, reheating, and toasting.