We’re Giving Away a Calphalon Bakeware Set & Rubbermaid Storage Containers

February 6, 2013 | By and | Comments (631)

calphalon bakeware rubbermaid food storage m Were Giving Away a Calphalon Bakeware Set & Rubbermaid Storage ContainersCould you ever turn down shiny new of pans for all of your baking recipes? Or can you ever have too many containers to store all those cookies and brownies? We didn’t think so.

Neither did our friends at Calphalon and Rubbermaid who are giving away the $49.99 5-piece, Non-Stick Bakeware Set (includes 1- 6 Cup Muffin Pan, 1-
12″x17″ Baking Sheet, 1-Medium Loaf Pan, and 2- 9″ Round Cake Pans) and the $17.99 12-piece Premier Storage Container Set.

In order to win tell us what’s your happiest baking moment and why? The answer that charms our judges takes home the pans and storage containers. 

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

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COMMENTS

  1. Judy Glass

    I have been baking for many years. My daughter and I have baked together for a very long time and now I have a grandson who likes to be involved in the kitchen. My baking pans are beyond recognizable. They are so worn out it is not funny. The kind you definitely can’t bake something in to go!!!! And, we never have enough storage containers. I would really love to win both of these sets. The storage containers would work perfectly in our camper.

    February 14, 2013 at 3:11 pm
  2. Kathy Conley

    Making homemade biscuits with my mom at the age of 8.

    February 15, 2013 at 6:21 am
  3. rachel

    The first time I made my Mom’s Christmas cut-out cookies on my own. They turned out quite nicely (not as well as hers, obviously!) and I shared a few with a guy I was interested in. Fast forward three years and he’s my husband. :)

    February 15, 2013 at 8:30 am
  4. MrsD

    Baking a cake for my son’s first birthday almost 30 years ago. There were just the 3 of us and it really felt like we were a true family. That was the first time it really sank in that I was a mom just like my mom!

    February 15, 2013 at 10:31 am
  5. Brenda Ewing Myers

    I remember the first time my mom let me make the biscuits. She didn’t measure anything, and I had to do the same. I had watched her make them before, so I kinda knew what to do. They didn’t turn out quite like hers then…..but I learned and they do now! And to this day, I still don’t use a measuring cup!

    February 15, 2013 at 2:23 pm
  6. Laura Bell

    My happiest baking moment was over 30 years ago when I made a cherry chip cake mix for my brother’s 14th birthday. i was 10 and considered myself an expert baker but was still struggling with things like fractions. So 1 1/2 cup water surely meant that I needed 1 cup and then 2 cups more and then another cup. I baked that cake longer than it said on the box, probably twice the time. And when I removed the cake from the pan, it dripped water but magically stayed together. My brother (47 years old now) still remembers that being is favorite cake and I remember the thrill of watching him enjoy my water sogged cake and thinking I still was an excellent baker. I have since conquered fractions but always enjoy cooking with a young child who struggles with the fractions as they help me bake.

    February 15, 2013 at 9:53 pm
  7. Jessica

    My happiest baking moment was when I was little. It was one of my first time making brownies on my own, and I realized I didn’t have any eggs or oil. Being quite intuitive, I decided to put in lots of peanut butter because that would bind them and add oil. They came out like taffy, but they were still delicious..to me. I was proud, but I was probably the only one that ate those brownies.

    February 16, 2013 at 10:52 am
  8. Anne Holcomb

    COOKING WITH MY SWEET 5 YEAR OLD GRAND DAUGHTER.

    February 17, 2013 at 3:41 pm
  9. arthur ling

    My fondest moments in baking are of my late wife, preparing and baking up her Anadama banana bread and waiting with my 2 little girls for that loaf to cool. Then we all four of us sat down to enjoy that first warm slice with cream cheese.

    February 18, 2013 at 9:20 am
  10. Nikki

    Every year we bake traditional ukrainian cookies around Christmas time. It keeps us connecting to our family roots and we hang them on our Christmas tree. Just wouldnt be Christmas without them!

    February 18, 2013 at 9:44 am
  11. lisa spell

    My best memories are of my grandson that is 6 years old now , I have had him baking at the table since he was 2 years old making cupcakes and he would and still does the sprinkles and now i let him frost them . we have the best messiest time ever. And Easter will be coming soon and he has already said he is coming to my house to bake some Easter cupcakes. lol…. Now that is special memories.

    February 19, 2013 at 9:41 am
  12. Sara Hilzendeger

    Getting into a flour fight with my 5 year old. I normally love to keep things neat so the total elation and surprise on his face was priceless.

    February 19, 2013 at 9:42 am
  13. Jen Stone

    My favorite moment is having my 5 year old help me pour, measure, and mix!,

    February 19, 2013 at 7:29 pm
  14. Laurie

    My sister is ten years older than I am. Years and years ago, when I was little she would bake brownies every Saturday night. I was not allowed to touch until they were cooked. But her boyfriend always seemed to call at that time. She would be so distracted she never noticed my finger going into the bowl to sneak some batter!

    February 20, 2013 at 8:02 pm
  15. Jessica Rainey

    The day I had to call my Memama and have her confirm how to make a pineapple upside down cake. My dad wanted a pineapple upside down cake, so I got out the pan and ingredients. As everyone knows, the first step is putting butter, brown sugar, crushed pecans with pineapple rings and cherries in the bottom of the pan. As I am doing this my dad walks in and starts to argue with me. He insists that the pineapple and cherries etc are put on after the cake is baked. I try to explain that they go in the bottom of the pan because we turn it upside down after the cake bakes. He would not have any of it. He kept telling me that I was crazy that Memama doesn’t prepare it that way, etc. So to resolve the dispute, we called Memama on speakerphone. Dad starts off and thinks he’s about to vindicated when Memama broke the news to him that I was doing it correctly. Just as she taught me. Poor dad. BTW- He loved the cake.

    February 20, 2013 at 8:26 pm
  16. Jamie Drum

    My happiest baking moment is when I make a cold oven pound cake. Growing up my grandmother taught me how to make it and every year for my birthday she would make one for me. So when I start to bake this pound cake…I think of her!

    February 20, 2013 at 9:12 pm
  17. Michelle A

    My happiest baking moment was making gingerbread cookies for my friend’s band for their New Year’s Eve performance. There were cookies made too look like the band members, and another like their band logo. They loved it!

    February 21, 2013 at 12:33 am
  18. sccoed

    Baking all types of goodies with my daughter’s and sons (now between 32 and 44) and now my grandchildren (spanning from 23- 2 1/2) and seeing them become good at all types of cooking also, can’t buy those kinds of memories!!

    February 23, 2013 at 1:22 am
  19. Shannon Henson

    My mother has always loved to bake and often bakes for others. I too bake and have passed on this family tradition to my daughter. She now 18 has for prepare whole meals without assistance. Some of my fondest memories are of times she is in the kitchen with pots and pans clinking and then after a while, “Come on, mom, supper is ready.” She loves to cook new recipes and surprise me with a delicious meal!!

    February 23, 2013 at 10:18 am
  20. Vicky

    My happiest baking moment was making baking powder biscuits for my grandfather when he was sick. He brightened up and said the biscuits were the best he had eaten in many years. I was 13 years old and visiting him in Florida.

    February 23, 2013 at 3:11 pm
  21. Carey Basile Waye

    My love for baking comes from my grandmother. I have fond memories of making gingersnaps with her each Christmas. We would mix up the dough together, pop it into the fridge to chill. Later, it would be my job to take bits of dough, roll them in balls, then roll them in sugar. I still have the recipe and make it with my daughters.

    February 23, 2013 at 8:20 pm
  22. Paperclip Hashbrown

    My happiest moment happened not too long ago…my 3 year old, my best friend Melanie from childhood and I got together and made a King Cake for the first time. We enjoyed sharing our baking talents with my daughter, who loved icing and sugaring the cake.

    February 25, 2013 at 12:42 am
  23. Tuhin

    You will enjoy your kitchen more with the right kitchen bakeware and serving products. Whether it be a formal holiday dinner or just a game day gathering, a properly equipped kitchen is the secret to a memorable occasion. Setting up a well equipped kitchen has never been easier than using online shopping.

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    February 26, 2013 at 11:53 am
  24. Julie

    I have countless sentimental memories of holidays, grandmothers, and my own son that involve baking! But to be perfectly honest, my happiest times are when whatever I have attempted to bake actually turns out the way it is meant to! I have cooked professionally and am a trained and seasoned COOK. I am an absolutely terrible, awful baker. I made the best cherry pie I have ever tasted ONCE. I cannot ever get a pie crust to consistently turn out for the life of me. It’s so embarrasing b/c people assume I can whip up just about anything. One of these days I will conquer this feat they call baking, God willing!! In the meantime, I will just call mom in case of emergency.

    February 26, 2013 at 12:37 pm
  25. Jennifer F.

    My favorite memory is baking with my mom and grandmother. We would sit at the table and make cookies, bread, candy ect. I remember the slab of marble that my grandmother would use to make candy for the holidays. So when my family gets that slab of marble out the memories all flood back. My heart is warmed and the joys overflow when I see the children use that same piece of marble. Sometimes it’s the little things that mean so much :)

    February 26, 2013 at 1:11 pm
  26. tammy

    I have to say my love of baking at the age of 14 when I found out all my brother’s cute 16 year old friends fell in love with my cookies. My treats would keep them in the kitchen with me. Now I have many happy memories of teaching my daughter how to bake and watching daddy teach her how to dip cookies in milk.

    February 26, 2013 at 4:40 pm
  27. Debbie Marshall

    I love baking with my grand children…they are learning family recipes and it is our special time toghether!

    February 26, 2013 at 5:48 pm
  28. Candice Hull

    My happiest memory is being in the kitchen watching my Grandma make snickerdoodles. She could make them so fast and would tell me stories about her life growing up on the farm and their little one room school house. The smells were amazing and they were always cooked perfectly. I have tried to duplicate that recipe and I can’t make them the same. They never taste right

    February 26, 2013 at 11:49 pm
  29. Pat Carrington

    As a new bride I was assigned to bring dessert for a function on my husband’s side of the family. I made an angel food cake flavored with orange and showing bits of grated orange rind. The cake came out perfectly and I frosted it with fluffy orange frosting. My new in-laws got a good first impression of my baking skills!

    February 27, 2013 at 11:22 am
  30. Kathy Esneault

    My sister, her daughter, me, and my daughter bake bake and bake all weekend making Christmas goodies 2 weeks before Christmas. We have done this for the last 12 years.

    February 28, 2013 at 2:14 pm
  31. Inga L

    I like baking best when I am teaching someone my kitchen secrets! I firmly believe that “secret ingredients” or “confidential family recipies” have no place in my home. I love the aha! moment when a child, or a friend “gets” why I do or add something in a certain way, with a certain method. I love to pass on the tricks that I have learned from someone before me, or ways of doing something that have developed out of necessity or serendipity… Not only cooking methods get shared – I share much of myself through making food with others. My kitchen (or any kitchen I happen to work in) is a NO-SECRETS zone.

    February 28, 2013 at 11:02 pm