Anolon Nouvelle Copper Saute Pan Giveaway

Good cookware is a gift, especially for someone who is in the kitchen on a daily basis.

During our early years cooking together, we went through cheap nonstick pans like they were disposable. Sure they only cost $20 from mega mart, but when you have to buy a new one every year because the finish starts flaking off into your scrambled eggs, well, that’s a waste of money (and eggs).

Slowly, as we became more and more serious about cooking, we acquired a few pieces of quality cookware, but we always had the cheap ones filling in the gaps between what we had and what we actually used. And we even noticed that some of our “better” pots and pans were beginning to warp and lose their finish after years of daily use. They were still usable, sure, but it wouldn’t be long before they needed replacing.

I must have sent out some good vibes into the ether because at last year’s Big Summer Potluck in Pennsylvania, my name was drawn as the winner of the grand prize: a set of Anolon® Nouvelle Copper cookware.

Score!

Once the set arrived, I excitedly packed up all our old pots and pans (the curse of a small kitchen) and shipped them off to my little sis, who was just moving in to her first apartment. Kitchen goodies are the best kind of hand-me-downs.

It’s been almost a year now and we couldn’t be happier with our Anolon® pans. I’ll admit it was not one of the brands on our radar, but it will certainly be my go-to recommendation for serious cooks. Yes, it’s an investment, but just think of how may $20 frying pans you’ve thrown away in the meantime.

A really good pan is worth its weight in gold, or in this case, copper.

Anolon Nouvelle Copper Saute Pan Giveaway

We’ve really given these pans a workout, sometimes with as many as 3 or 4 pans going at once (as in the case of the Hibiscus Enchiladas I posted yesterday, seen cooking above). The non-stick finish is still as non-sticky as the day we unwrapped them.

Taylor’s favorite features are the flush-rivets. One of our old pans had rivets attaching the handle that seemed to build up gunk, and always required extra effort and attention when cleaning. And as our household’s head dishwasher, he definitely appreciates the extra thought that went in to such a design feature.

I’m so pleased with these pans. Even more pleased that Anolon® has so generously offered one of their 3 Quart Covered Saute Pans, valued at $129.99, to one lucky L&OO reader! This particular pan (seen above doing a bang-up job cooking chipotle tomato sauce) is one of our favorites. The high sides make it perfect for sauces or risotto, while the nonstick finish makes it ideal for frying delicate scallops or sunny-side-up eggs (and you know we’ve fried our fair share of those). It will quickly become the most-used pan in your kitchen.

 Anolon Nouvelle Copper 3 Quart Covered Saute Pan with Helper Handle

So, what are you waiting for?

Giveaway is now closed. Thanks all for entering!

Congratulations to Katheryn, comment #633, who was randomly selected as the winner of this fabulous sauté pan!

The fine print: No purchase necessary. Giveaway open to US residents only. Void where prohibited. Winner will have 48 hours to respond otherwise an alternate winner will be chosen. Bonus entry requirements will be verified if selected as the winner, otherwise an alternate winner will be chosen. Giveaway sponsored by Anolon®. All opinions written are purely my own.

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  1. Mushroom and parmesan Risotta…

  2. A meal of chicken & potatoes & ? There’s a German term for a dish or type of cooking: EinTopf (One pot). A favorite is stew chicken thighs, potatoes, onion, garlic, mushrooms (if its in the fridge celery, peppers, ??) with wine & stock.

    Brown chicken in olive oil & remove, saute veggies, deglaze with wine, add chicken to top of dish, add broth, cover & simmer until chicken cooked & potatoes are tender. Id you want the chicken skin crisp, put it under the broiler for a minute.

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  5. Panang curry would be perfect to make in this pan…

  6. I’d love to make risotto in this pan! I love risotto but don’t make it very often because it doesn’t go great in my current pan.

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  10. Mmmmmm. I would probably have to try a new stirfry recipe! Chicken, lots of veggies and quinoa!

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  12. I would make pumpkin risotto in it. It’s my favorite!
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  13. Farroto… my favorite new version of risotto!

  14. Our Farmer’s Market opens in a few weeks and with all the spring time veggies–fresh peas, asparagus, onions–I would make a Risotto! XOXO

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  17. I would celebrate with biscuits and gravy – my family’s favorite dish.

  18. What would I make in a new set of pans: the options are endless! Maybe I would try beef stroganof, or simple saute of beef and veggies!

    Thanks for the oppertunity :)

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  21. Risotto! Especially with some bacon and white wine. YUM.

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  24. I followed on Twitter and tweeted!

  25. I would make my own version of healthified chicken cacciatore! :) I love Anolon, but can’t afford to upgrade right now. Would love to win!

  26. I would cook a lovely ratatouille.

  27. channa masala!

  28. Palak Paneer, the most delicious outcome for any bundle of fresh spinach.

  29. I would caramelize a huge amount of onions! They are my favorite and I eat them on practically everything!

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  31. Love your blog..
    I would make veggie risotto with shaved asparagus .. it’s fresh in all the stores and
    delicious now.

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  33. I would make some shrimp and grits! And a BUNCH of other stuff!

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  35. I desperately need new pans! First thing I would cook in it would be homemade speg sauce!

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  38. I would use this pan for making enchilada sauce. :)

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  41. I’d make black bean taco filling.

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  43. Rogan Josh yum yum yum

  44. A spring risotto with peas or asparagus. Mmm.

  45. Definitely Risotto.

  46. A big stir-fry dish with lots of veggies!

  47. I want to say something fancy but realistically, it would be eggs. We cook a lot of eggs; it’s a side effect of having chickens.

  48. chicken adobo :)

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  50. I would make arroz con pollo.

  51. I wouldn’t cook anything in it. I’d give it to my younger sister who is in dire need of decent cooking equipment. She’s a great kid and deserves it.

  52. I would cook shrimp scampi – yum!!

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  55. Linguine with Clams and a White Wine Sauce

  56. Penne pasta with chicken and sauteed veggies.

  57. and I hath tweeted and followed. :)

  58. I tweeted your request!

  59. and now I’m subscribed!

  60. I am already subscribed!

  61. I followed you all on twitter! And posted to my twitter feed.

  62. Chicken curry :)

  63. I liked you both on facebook! Love that idea of the flush rivets too!

  64. Chicken curry :) – Bonus Entry #1

  65. Chicken curry :) – Bonus Entry #3

  66. I would make spaghetti sauce in the saute pan. I used to use a large pot but have found I really like using a saute pan now that there are only 2 of us in the house.

  67. Bacon Jam

  68. I’m already subscribed! Your site saves my cook’s block (like writer’s block)! I would make these excellent Moroccan beef keftas that I just tried! Completely amazing. :-)

  69. I would cook up some chili, before it gets too much warmer.

  70. I would make Enchilada sauce. It fills my current pan to the brim.

  71. Oh. I would probably use a new pan to make something simple – like three ingredient tomato sauce. It’s so easy and i love to use it as a baseline for my pans!

  72. Would probably make lamb curry.

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  75. Given that it is vegetable season, I think some sautéed veggies with fresh herbs to serve on top of some quinoa.

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  79. Chicken Marsala – yum

  80. The first thing I would cook in this pan is my Italian Aunt’s homemade marinara sauce…delicious!! Hope I win :)

  81. I would make mushroom risotto.

  82. i would make what i call stuffless peppers!

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  85. I’d make party meatballs!

  86. Bombay Sloppy Joes! … or Country Captain’s Chicken

  87. I’d either cook up some sofrito or some Thai coconut milk curry!

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