We’re Giving Away 3 Cooking Sets and Cookbooks from Lodge Cast Iron

February 4, 2013 | By and | Comments (826)

lodge cast iron m Were Giving Away 3 Cooking Sets and Cookbooks from Lodge Cast IronWhat’s a must have in every great Southern kitchen? A well-seasoned collection of cast iron cookware –the older, the better.

And, it’s no coincidence that the majority of cast iron cookware comes from the Lodge Cast Iron factory in South Pittsburgh, Tennessee (They even host the very-fitting Cornbread Festival). Our friends and neighbors at Lodge are giving away 3 10 1/4” skillets ($24.95/each), 3 Dutch ovens ($59.95/each), and 3 Lodge Cast Iron Cookbooks ($24.95/each).

Three winners will each receive one skillet, one Dutch oven, and one cookbook! In order to win, share your favorite family cooking memory!

The contest begins February 1st and ends February 28th. Click here for official rules.

calphalon accucore 10 piece cookware set s Were Giving Away 3 Cooking Sets and Cookbooks from Lodge Cast IronFind out what we’re giving away tomorrow, and enter to win all the other prizes being given away this month!

COMMENTS

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  2. mendy

    Perfect timing — my cast iron skillet just burned a hole in the bottom! My favorite cooking memory using cast iron is learning how to make cornbread with my mom — one of my first cooking tasks once I mastered the recipe

    February 28, 2013 at 9:32 pm
  3. Rory Fitzgerald

    My best memory of cast iron cooking was from my childhood, I never got to see my grandmother much (she lived out of state) probably less than 10 times in my life before she passed but whenever I would get to visit she always made me my favorite thing, fried apples in her cast iron skillet that she got from her mother, I never will forget that smell and the great taste of “Grandma’s Famous Fried Apples” as she called them. Well She is gone now but that cast iron skillet is in my fathers kitchen still cooking great things to eat today and her recipe is stored in my heart, some day that skillet will be mine and I’ll be cooking “Grandma’s Famous Fried Apples” in it again but until then it sure would be nice to get some practice in a new lodge skillet…

    February 28, 2013 at 8:27 pm
  4. Pat Carrington

    I love the memories of baking with my mom when I was very young. She was so patient letting me measure and stir with little hands that were none too accurate. We baked cookies, cakes, and bread. I was never quite so patient with my children but I think they still enjoyed cooking with me!

    February 27, 2013 at 9:42 am
  5. Kayla

    My favorite cooking memory is making homemade bread at my grandmother’s house when I visited during the summer. She would make sure that I did all the steps and always talked me through the directions. It was a special time and a memory I will always cherish!

    February 27, 2013 at 9:17 am
  6. TERESA HEISHMAN MORRIS

    Looking at this beautiful cast iron pot and pans takes me back many years. I can close my eyes and remember my mother cutting up carrots adding them to the beef stew cooking in a cast iron pot, I can hear the fireplace popping and crackling in the background as i smile thinking about the cornbread going in the oven being cooked in the cast iron skillet. Being so excited for it to be done and rushing to get the butter melted on it evenly before it cooled. Hoping that there would be enough for seconds. I feel a slight breeze from the strong cold wind outside and thinking there is no where else Id rather be right now. My hunger grew stronger and stronger as i watched the stew starting to bubble. I can almost smell it still to this day! Oh what i would give to have some cast iron pots and pans so my children will have the same sweet memories of cooking with cast iron

    February 26, 2013 at 9:01 pm
  7. Debbie Marshall

    I love cooking for my family and I love it when me and my 2 daughters and 2 grand daughters are in the kitchen working together on a family meal!

    February 26, 2013 at 5:50 pm
  8. Jennifer F.

    My favorite cooking memory is making Christmas cookies with my mom, aunts, cousins and little sisters as a child. These are the times that you never forget and carry on to your children. Traditions are what life is all about.

    February 26, 2013 at 12:49 pm
  9. Julie

    Learning to make skillet cornbread from my mother. She is an excellent cook, but her education in my grandmother’s kitchen gave her the basics in which to become the best cook in town. We were so spoiled to have that growing up. A note on the cornbread: My dad (and myself) like it a little on the dark side and nothing does that like cast iron! And while I love using bacon fat – duck fat is the most amazing splurge to make a great cornbread : )

    February 26, 2013 at 11:29 am
  10. Dee Dee

    My favorite memory was trying to learn how to make my mom’s pancakes on a cast iron griddle. The first one stuck to the pan and burned so I added a little more butter the for the next one. Apparently too much because butter splattered on my arm when I poured the batter in. She never measured anything and I just never got them quite right so I always had her make them. She made the best pancakes and boy do I miss them!! It’s the one thing I regret not learning how to make from her.

    February 26, 2013 at 8:05 am
  11. Paperclip Hashbrown

    I have always had a great time cooking with my Dad in the kitchen. He has a natural talent for cooking, and anything he touches turns out great! I would love to win these so he can teach me his secrets to cast iron cooking!

    February 25, 2013 at 12:33 am
  12. Kathy

    My favorite memory is with cooking with dad. Back in the 70’s he was on strike and the only food we had to eat was what he was allowed to hunt for and bread and a few staples from the store. He would cook, rabbit, dove, pheasant, squirrel, all in spaghetti sauce and onions, baked in the oven. It’s been a long time since I have eaten wild game but the memories are still fresh in my mind.

    February 23, 2013 at 8:11 pm
  13. Debbie Braswell

    My favorite memory is of my late Daddy cooking with his cast iron cookware. He made the best cornbread, he came up with his own recipe and called it Tennessee Corn Sticks, he baked it in his cast iron corn stick pans. He made the best homemade biscuits also, he would put the dough in his cast iron skillet and bake it
    in a whole cake. In the South we call it “Hoe Cake”, it was delicious!

    February 23, 2013 at 6:57 pm
  14. Linda Thompson

    My favorite memory is my Mama cooking a mess of fresh trout that my Daddy caught. He would walk 10 miles into the head waters of the river. We lived in the Blue Ridge Mountains of N.C. Mama put the frying pan on the grill and cooked them outside. It seemed like the pan was as large as the grill.

    February 23, 2013 at 6:49 pm
  15. Sandy

    My Dad would take over the kitchen on Saturday and make one of his mom’s dishes. Our favorite was potato pancakes. All the kids would take turns with the hand grinder and we would go through ten pounds of potatoes.

    February 23, 2013 at 6:03 pm
  16. Just Joan

    Cooking on my Great Grandmother’s wood burning stove is one of my favorite memories. During the summers of 1960’s through 70’s, all the family and extended family would gather at g-grandma’s house for a reunion since many of us where being scattered across the US because of jobs or school. As expected, the women gathered in the kitchen and planned the meals. I was amazed on how much food we made for everyone on that stove and it was the beginning for me on learning how to cook. Fried potatoes, ham, and eggs. And the biscuits, oh my! Lots of fun summer memories on the farm and thankful for the chance to learn how to live a simple life while having everything you need with your family together.

    February 23, 2013 at 5:43 pm
  17. Karen Canedy

    Karen Canedy

    My most favorite cooking memories were with my wonderful grandmother Rose. She was Italian and the best cook I ever met.

    February 23, 2013 at 3:48 pm
  18. Bobbi

    I have my grandmothers cast iron black dutch oven and make bread in it. It comes out so nice and crispy on the outside and just lovely inside. I also have my grandmothers cast iron skillets that she used to make fried chicken! Man could she cook!When my dad was little they used to have chickens (depression era) and my dad’s grandmother lived with them. Well one day he watched his grandmother go out back and wring a chickens neck for Sunday dinner. Well I guess he thought it was the thing to do so he went out and wrung a couple of chickens necks before he got caught. Needless to say he got a beating for that and whenever he told that story he was still upset that his grandma beat him for it. He was just a little boy trying to help. :)

    February 23, 2013 at 3:43 pm
  19. Wescott Pusey

    Just last weekend… Baking chocolate chip cookies with my adopted Chinese daughter to sell at a bake sale that benefited our missions trip to visit orphans in china.

    February 23, 2013 at 3:37 pm
  20. Linda McClure

    When I was about 13 years old my Grandma my Dads mom had me cut the head off a chicken clean and cook it and the rest of the food for the meal . It is one of the things I will always remember about going to her house she always would teach you something when you were there. What good memorys thay were!

    February 23, 2013 at 3:28 pm
  21. Patti Keil

    Growing up we had several cast iron pans in our kitchen …one was used only for bacon and sausage and one was used only to fry potatoes! The pans looked the same except the “potato” pan had a small gouge in the end of the handle so we knew which pan was which!

    February 23, 2013 at 3:14 pm
  22. Millie Coker

    The most prized possession I have in my kitchen is my cast iron skillet that my mother handed down to me before she passed away, as her mother had, many years before, I am the baby in our family and my sister is the oldest and we are 20 years apart. She refers to herself as the “head” and refers to me as the “tail.” Last summer she, Geral, who is 81, came to visit and we pulled out the skillet and she made fried sweet potatoes, like our mother had made countless times in it before. They tasted exactly the same, but for the love Mom added to hers. I think love was the spice she added that we somehow just can’t get right. You can’t keep that special touch of a seasoned cook after she is gone, but you can keep the vessel used in pristine condition if it’s a cast iron skillet. I love this family heirloon and will pass it down in my family so it can be passed down for years to come.

    February 23, 2013 at 3:12 pm
  23. Tari

    My favorite family cooking memory was when we had a Honduran barbecue for my birthday my dad grilled the skirt steak on a charcoal grill, my mom and I made Chismol (Honduran salsa that goes on the meat) and we feasted with all our friends. So much fun.

    February 23, 2013 at 3:08 pm
  24. Debi Bennett

    I was about 15 or 16 and my Daddy decided to teach me to make scrambled eggs… Neither one of us knew why, but I just couldn’t do it.. He watched me do everything exactly like he did, and they still were a mess.. Mom was not happy when she saw we had used a dozen eggs in the process…LOL Today tho, I make great scrambled eggs!

    February 23, 2013 at 3:07 pm
  25. Vicky

    Learning to cook Won Tons with my 2 daughters. We had so much fun learning together and eating together. Kitchen time is good time when you have 2 young daughters.

    February 23, 2013 at 3:04 pm
  26. Donna Becker

    my favorite cooking memory is cooking with my Grandma & Grandpa Glenn, my Grandpa taught me how to cut up a chicken to fry, instead of buying a pre cut one.It is the best memory of my Grandfather before he passed away and one I cherish still this day

    February 23, 2013 at 2:39 pm

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