Wednesday, October 20, 2010

A Review and Recipes

Recently I was fortunate enough to be given a gift certificate to CSN Stores to purchase an item for a review.

I chose the Le Creuset 6 Quart Stock Pot in Dijon.

I have to tell you, it was love at first sight.  The Dijon gold color is very country French.  It is the perfect pot to create a wonderful stock, boil pasta or make a great soup.

The shipping time with CSN is amazingly fast too.

I do want to say, that I was given this gift certificate in order to do a review.  The review is an honest review. 

Now, on to the RECIPE portion of this post.  Some of the bloggers that attended my brunch last Saturday wanted the recipes for the quiches I made.


All of the recipes for the 4 quiches are under the recipe tab, just below my header.
Welcome Home,
Penny

23 comments:

Bella said...

Oh, yum! Thanks for the recipes. And I just love the pot you chose. It looks like a winner.

Julie Harward said...

I love the color pf the pot! And thanks for sharing recipes, I love this any time! :D

gena said...

gorgeous pot !!!!! I would love to start a collection of these, but my husband ( who does most of the cooking) is a cuisinart kind of guy.


thanks for sharing,
gena
www.thehouseonlavenderhill.blogspot.com

Crystal Rose Cottage said...

Sounds and looks like the perfect size for a family of 2...and it looks pretty too! Thanks for the review!~Hugs, Patti

see you there! said...

The color of the pot is perfect for your kitchen. I don't own that particular pot but do have a couple of other Le Creuset pots that I really like.

Off to see your recipes.

Darla

Snappy Di said...

Such a pretty yellow/dijon pot, Penny. I have yet to win one of those gift certificates.... but I keep trying.

DI

Amy @MaisonDecor said...

Pretty Pot Penny!! Love the color and the size.

Kathleen Grace said...

I love the color Penny, is it cast iron and enamel?

Robin said...

Yummy Thanks!

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

That is a big beautiful pot, Penny! I love Le Creuset cookware and that Dijo clor goes so well with your kitchen!

Love Where You LIve said...

Perfect color. Perfect for the season!! You chose well.

Jennifer said...

Thank you so much Penny for the recipes!!! I still keep telling my husband he missed out!!! I will have to try and make this for him!

Angie said...

I love quiches so I am so glad you are giving us the recipes. Love your new pot and the color you chose!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

Oh, I love it! I hope I can get a few more things from CSN! They have so many wonderful products that I NEED! Thanks for sharing the recipes! I can't wait to make them! ♥

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

They have HOW much cream? lol No wonder I loved them so much! Guess they wouldn't be the same with skim milk! heehee! How amazing the Spinach and bacon quiche was...yum! ♥ I'm going to make it this weekend! ♥

Donnie said...

That is one beautiful soup pot. It looks lovely on the stove. Thanks for including the quiche recipes. I will be making them soon.

Brenda Leyland said...

Oh Penny.... can a person swoon over a pot? Wow.... gorgeous!

Blooming Rose Musings said...

I love Le Creuset and that pot is perfect! The color is wonderful. I'm sure you will be making some very tasty things in that pot! Maybe that will mean even more recipes from your kitchen!

Adrienne said...

What a wonderful pot! Love the color and wishing I had one in my kitchen. Hmmm. . .they have an outlet not far from my home. Wonder if I should head that way?
~Adrienne~

My Carolina Kitchen said...

I love Le Creuset and that stock pot is gorgeous in yellow, which happens to be my very favorite color.

Your quiches were delicious last Saturday and I'm so glad to have the recipes.

Merci beaucoup for the recipes and the great get together. I finally got around to posting my pictures. We had such a great time. You are the hostess with the mostess.
Sam

Mary said...

.....oh yes, real women love quiche, and yours were the best ever Penny!! Thanks for the recipes.

As for the Dijon color Le Creuset, love it in your French country inspired kitchen. I have a red one - actually I have to admit it's a knock-off from Martha S. However, I'm thrilled with it - cooks beautifully and looks great sitting out on my stovetop.

Hugs - Mary

P.S. This Saturday was blah compared to last - thanks again for such a great time!

Kathleen said...

What a pretty pot! I am going to check out your quiche recipes. What a lovely brunch it must have been!

*Ulrike* said...

That pot would have made a pretty photo for me to take when we were there. So hard to believe a week has gone by already! Thank you so much for the recipes as my chickens are started to lay again I am definitely going to be making the Mediterranean quiche!
Take Care,
Ulrike