ENTER TO WIN: Cooking Elements Bakeware

Cooking Elements Bakeware by Villeroy & Boch

We are excited to introduce our new line of baking dishes, Cooking Elements. This full range of bakeware consists of varying sizes, shapes, lids and serving accessories. Just in time for Thanksgiving & Christmas!

 

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Simply answer the question below using the comment button.

WHAT IS GREATEST THING YOU’VE EVER MADE?

Was it a complete Thanksgiving Feast, a complex recipe you followed “to a T”, or an “on-the-fly” creation that your family now begs you to make?

We want to hear from you!

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  • Isabelle von Boch

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  • Tina Chase

    WoW! That’s a hard one. I guess it would have to be homemade pork dumplings (gyoza) with homemade peanut dipping sauce. I adapted these recipes and now my family loves when we have them!

  • Linda Webster

    I have a lasagne recipe straight from a cookbook that is a huge hit with my adult son. He asks for it every time he comes over for dinner. And, of course, takes all the leftovers home with him.

  • Lucy K

    I made crust-less quiche.

  • Cairine

    One of the greatest things I’ve made is a Lindy’s Cheesecake. I’ve had such compliments on it and everyone wants me to make it for them. I’ve made it several times for company.

  • Halie

    The greatest thing I’ve ever made was butternut squash dumplings with brown butter and sage. I followed a recipe (although I have no idea what has happened to the recipe since then). It took all day but was totally worth it!

  • Mary W

    Baked Alaska and it was divine!

  • Jude

    Thanksgiving dinner because we have a turkey and all the trimmings, including dessert.

  • susitravl

    I make dessert to take to my friends for our weekly “Sunday dinner” and they say the best thing I ever made was pumpkin cheesecake bars with salted caramel swirl. They were delicious!

  • themugster

    Rose mousse in dark chocolate cups with shaved (hyper-fine) almonds on top.

  • http://twitter.com/Kellydinpa kelly

    I made a chocolate cake for my mom’s birthday. She loved it!
    Kellywcu8888ATgmailDOTcom

  • Sunshine g

    I make a cranberry lemon bread that invariably leads to a flurry of recipes requests.

  • Wanda Bergman

    I once made an entire Chinese food dinner for a large group. I got up at 3:00 a.m. and cooked all day until dinner at 6:00 p.m. It exhausted me but was so rewarding.

  • Mer

    The greatest thing I’ve ever made is my grandmother’s fudge pie. It’s absolutely delicious, rich and chocolately with a perfect piecrust. But she didn’t believe in recipes and all I had when I asked her to write it down was ‘a pinch of this’, ‘handful of that’. It took some experimentation, but I finally managed to recreate it. Such wonderful memories!

  • Willow

    The greatest thing I have evr made was sweet potato enchiladas.

  • flyergal82

    my first Christmas dinner

  • elizamatt

    hmm, a tough question but I’d probably say potato pie, made with beef, liver, onions and lots of potatoes all diced up cooked and then baked in the oven with a shortcrust pastry lid. Scrumptious.

  • joyce s.

    I made all the food for my daughters birthday party – 25 girls.

  • Francine F.

    Beef Wellington! (multi-day process)

  • Carolyn Flanagan

    pot roast, My by loves the way I cook it and asks for it all the time now!

  • Marlene V

    pot roast

  • Rebecca Roberts

    Tandoori chicken!!!

  • Lyn

    My husband would tell you it’s my Lemon-Coconut Cream Pie

  • Debbie

    I’m not much of a cook, but I mad Shrimp Creole that was delicious.

  • Athena

    My cheesecake!

  • Belinda McNabb

    The greatest thing I ever made was a roasted leg of lamb with baby potatoes. It was on the fly and I made it up as I went along. It was amazing!!! I have made it many times over the years since because everyone liked it just as much as I did

  • Susan Pertierra

    The best thing I made was a no bake cheesecake.

  • Amanda L.

    I love making potato croquettes seasoned with some finely chopped up sauteed onions, dill and salt. Deep-fried until crunchy on the outside with panko, and dipped in a little bit of ketchup or mayonnaise. So perfectly creamy on the inside and tastes like onion rings! One potato makes 10 potato croquette patties :D

  • Marina

    The thing that I make that gets me the most recipe requests is kale salad. It is surprisingly tasty for something so healthy.

  • Suzanne

    I made lamb shank osso buco and it was so savory and delicious.

  • ikkinlala

    The greatest thing I’ve ever made was a mocha cheesecake.

  • Margaret Minor

    The greatest thing I ever made… Italian breaded pork chops. My son LOVES them. He would eat them every night. Had 5 in one meal once!! It’s his favorite entree’.
    Otherwise, I get most requested for is my Kahlua Chocolate cake, yummy.

  • DB

    spaghetti bake

  • http://cazwilson.info/ Caz Wilson

    Chicken Tikka Massala, it was so good

  • Angela

    Traditional Red Velvet Cake. I found a recipe online and followed it exactly and it turned out so good. My favourite cake I’ve ever made!

  • Donna M.

    My signature meatloaf dish, topped with chipotle barbecue sauce, is one that my husband asks for time and time again.

  • Denise

    My first and only attempt to make a Baked Alaska for my son’s birthday, didn’t dissapoint ! Warm fluffy meringue topping and cold ice-cream in the center.I gave myself a gold star !

  • elizamatt

    that has to be a marvellous cheesecake, it took forever to make but it was delicious and just melted in your mouth.

  • Mary W

    My perfect creation was an incredible pecan pie for holiday dinner.

  • Lyn Hutson

    An 8 layer Chocolate Cake from scratch filled with a chocolate ganache.

  • Barbara Zapf Mughal

    My mother who has passed recently would make us her famous German goulash every winter to help keep us warm. All my family would come to enjoy the wonderful taste, when she passed everyone was talking at the funeral how they will miss her goulash, so the Saturday after her funeral I ask all family members to come to a gathering in remembrance of my mother, I served her goulash. they all hesitated to eat it saying no one can make her German goulash like she did, but I shocked them all because momma knew her time was coming and she made sure I could make it the same way she did. I even saw some family members with tears in their eyes while they ate the food that tasted like mommas great German goulash. Because of her German goulash my family will always stay near.

  • Evelyn

    The first time I made chili my husband raved about it, so that’s my greatest dish. He requests it on a regular basis, so I must be doing something right.

  • Becky

    Simple, yet very good vegetable dish: frozen thawed peas, 2 tbsp mayonaise, minced fresh onions (to taste), and salt/pepper. Sever chilled.

  • Becky

    Sorry, folks a few misspellings but good food just the same if you like peas.