Monday, May 17, 2010

the week's treasures & another giveaway

5/21 ~ Comments are now closed.  Thank you all for entering!  I will be back later to announce the winner....Deb   Time again has been flying by and it seems I am not getting very far with the spring cleaning.  On a happier note, I do have some great tag sale treasures to report;  and I have been planning another giveaway thanks to CSN Stores.  They have so much to choose from, everything from cookware to tv stands, that it was difficult to pick just one item!

First, the treasures...
Yard sale and flea market season has begun,
and I am most happy to report that it is off to a great start.
These are this weeks treasures,
total for all - under $10:
small painted table
wicker cutlery basket
Homer Laughlin floral bowl
3 pieces of floral fabric
mercury glass candle holder
old aqua-colored bottle
Now, back to the contest...
I know that many of you like to bake the NY Times dutch oven bread,
{and if you haven't, believe me you will love it}
so you have a chance to win a
Rachael Ray Cast Iron 7-Quart Round Dutch Oven in Blue,
like the one pictured below...
Just leave me a comment,
and if you like,
let me know if you've tried the dutch oven bread
or what is your favorite dutch oven cooked meal.
Contest ends 
May 21st at noon 
when a winner will be chosen at random.
Thank you!!
~Deb

135 comments:

  1. Just found your blog yesterday and just in time for the fabulous giveaway. I like to make Chili in a dutch oven. I bet it would taste even better.

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  2. Awesome, and a pretty color! I too have not been up to date on my housework, just too beautiful outside to enjoy.

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  3. I'd definitely do chili, too - and a great hamburger/vegetable soup we enjoy. To do this in a blue dutch oven would Make My Day! (I use the dutch oven I received with my cookery set when we got married 39 years ago! The handle is off of it and I always have to use a hotpad when lifting the lid.)

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  4. Oh, would love a chance to win this! I have not tried the bread because I don't have a cast iron dutch oven. I have been looking for one at garage sales forever, but it seems to be something that nobody gives up!

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  5. Oh, I'd love to try this bread.....

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  6. I haven't tried that bread--yet!
    I love tri-strips cooked in the coals in a cast-iron dutch oven, or peach crisp for camping breakfast. Yum!

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  7. i haven't tried the bread but would love to in that beautiful blue dutch oven! thanks for the opportunity!

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  8. Stew... dutch ovens make me think about thick, hearty stew!

    Bread though is right under there because I want to make that amazing artisan type bread.

    Wonderful finds, amazing giveaway! Thank you!!!!

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  9. I don't have a dutch oven, but I'd love to try! I really want to try the bread.

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  10. I have tried the Dutch oven bread--it's delicious! We love the crust that develops. I also like to make beef stew in a Dutch oven. (I am writing from my husband's account.)

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  11. What absolutely fabulous finds! I love that table.

    I never find anything that good at the sales here.

    As for the contest...I'd love to win the dutch oven. Not because I've tried the bread, but because I've always wanted a dutch oven. I've got several bread recipes that this would work for, but also lots of casseroles I'd love to make!

    Thanks for an opportunity to win.

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  12. WOW! What great finds Deb!! I have not been out yardsaling at all yet...but hope too!!! :)

    I love the giveaway!!! Thanks for having it! I have never made bread in a dutch oven before...but we have made other things in one!!! :)

    thanks for the chance! :)

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  13. So when I read the title of the post, I immediately thought that you had found that amazing table during your flea marketing and rummaging adventures and was going to ask for directions. It is lovely, just as your other finds are. I happen to be in the market for a desk, so my eye is trained on tables right now.

    I was fortunate enough to have relatives chip into together and purchase a LeCrueset cast iron Dutch oven for me two years ago and I love it. From chili to roast, it is my go-to pan. I've used it for bread as well - my favorite is the pepper and chive version I picked up at a Williams Sonoma some time ago. So delicious - it's my favorite fall bread.

    Happy rummaging and flea marketing! I love summer!

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  14. great treasures you've got there!
    I never try the dutch oven bread. I will wait to try it until I win this lovely blue dutch oven.
    thank you

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  15. I have made a "no-knead" bread in my dutch oven before. I wonder if it is the same recipe. It was delicious! I love all your yard sale finds. They are inspiring me to go off and do some hunting of my own this weekend!

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  16. I tried bread in the dutch oven and wasn't a big fan of it. I do however love it for a baked chicken, chili and creamy homestyle mac and cheese.

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  17. Wow... what great finds! Love the fabric, and that table... sigh...

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  18. It's so pretty! My favorite dutch oven meal? Roast beef. Yummy.

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  19. Love the color...
    Love making a pork roast with, white potatoes, sweet potatoes and turnips. And the best thing is it tasted even better the second time around :)

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  20. I have not heard of dutch oven bread but will soon look it up. I can't wait to see what you sew with your new floral fabric.

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  21. My favorite dutch oven meal is chicken and dumplins'! Yum! I haven't tried that bread though.

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  22. I love the Dutch oven and blue is a predominant theme in my kitchen! I have not yet tried the bread, but I recently discovered Tuscan Peasant Bread which is SO easy, and so crusty and good! I will definitely be trying the Dutch oven bread before it gets too hot to turn on the oven! My favorite Dutch oven dish is a Beef Barley Stew (but sometimes I use venison)- It has besides the meat, of course, barley, Worchestershire Sauce, soy sauce, honey and other good stuff! It's a hearty fall/winter meal! V.

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  23. I have tasted Dutch Oven Bread made by a knitting friend in her dutch oven, and I would love to have one of my own. Thank you for the give-away.

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  24. What fun! My husband likes to cook Italian style roast in a dutch oven. He's a great cook.

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  25. I love the dutch oven bread.
    Simple, easy and yummy. My favorite dutch oven dish is roast with carrots and potatoes.

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  26. Deb,

    I just found your blog and what an awesome giveaway you are sponsoring! I love this color and would be so happy to win this and give that bread a try!

    I'm looking forward to exploring your blog and invite you to stop by and say hello when you have a moment as well!

    Hugs
    Ramona
    http://create-with-joy.blogspot.com

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  27. I can't believe you got all those lovelies for under $10.
    Instead of spring cleaning here I am getting my home cosy for the coming winter(Australia)

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  28. Oh, this would match my cobalt blue dishes perfectly! Haven't tried the dutch oven bread, but would love to.

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  29. Great finds! I just love garage sale season. Your new table is too sweet!

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  30. I don't think I've ever used a Dutch oven before, although I've heard the term. I read another commenter who said chili would make a great meal simmering away in a Dutch oven. I agree! thanks for the giveaway.

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  31. I love all kinds of cast iron cookware. Iron is healthy; teflon is poison. !!

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  32. I have not tried the recipe but I love to make a thick stew in a dutch oven.

    dftrew(at)gmail(dot)com

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  33. My son has a dutch oven and after using it, mommy had to have one too! I love it, nice heavy cast iron. I love cooking any soups or stews in it. It really is far superior to any pot I have ever owned. I have not tried the dutch oven bread but now I am intrigued...I will this week! Thank you for the super nice giveaway. I have one going on my blog for felted wool kits, please come by and enter and send your friends, Elaine

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  34. this is so funny. Mom my just got a dutch oven and i was telling her how jealous I am.
    I really like a good stew with a stout beer. Odd, because we don't drink, but in stew its so yummy and the meat is so tender.
    HOpe I win!
    thanks Deb.

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  35. Oh, I love all your thrifty treasures! I can't believe you got all that goodness for under ten bucks. I have never tried the dutch oven bread. In fact this is the first I've heard of it. Great giveaway. Thanks!

    _Debra

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  36. Love your thrift finds! I can't resist Homer Laughlin...I think I have a few small dessert bowls that match the one you found. My favorite thrift find of all time was a set of 6 place settings of HL Red Poppy. I love to use it when Autumn rolls around. The wide soup bowls are perfect for stew or chili...both of which are my favorite things to make in a dutch oven! :)

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  37. I have never cooked anything in a dutch oven, since I've never owned one! I have, however, had one on my wish list for oh, about 2 years now!

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  38. Oh my ...now that you've pointed me to that awesome youtube video of no-knead bread, I'm already better off than when I arrived! Wow ...neat idea! Please accept my entry, and thank you for the chance to win this beautiful Dutch oven!

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  39. I love your new table, chippy paint and all. The dutch oven giveaway if wonderful.

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  40. First of all, congratulations on the neat thrift finds. All are items I'd grab if I saw them in a sale.

    I've not tried the dutch oven bread, but am now anxious to click that link to see the recipe!

    My favorite thing to cook in my old, black cast iron dutch oven is a pot roast. I always used to make it in the crockpot, but ever since I first tried it in my cast iron dutch oven, I've never gone back to the crockpot with it. It just comes out so perfect and tasty, hard to describe, but so very delicious cooked that way. :-)

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  41. Aloha Deb;
    Wow, I would love to have such a beautiful dutch oven! I have a stainless steel one that I use to cook pot roast. I love using one pot for everything. I brown the roast then finish it off in the oven. No need to stand in front of a hot stove when the oven can finish the cooking.
    Thanks for sharing!

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  42. I would probably make a stew. Thanks for this giveaway!

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  43. My sister makes bread this way. I even gave her MY cast iron dutch oven so that she could make it properly. So I could use a replacement. =)

    Love the flea market finds! Thrift stores are pretty pathetic here in DE. Next week I'm going home to MI for a wedding and will get my thrifting fix there.

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  44. I don't have a piece of cookware like this...but would LOVE, LOVE, LOVE to try!!!

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  45. Love your new treasures! Can't wait to see what the fabric turns into. And another great give away. I like to cook roasts and even chickens in a big cast iron pot, although I don't have one as nice as the give away!
    Sheila

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  46. You were the first blog I stumbled upon two years ago, looking for knitted dishcloths. I have since been hooked on blogs, its like a whole new world! I do not have a blog, but someday...
    Thanks for letting me enter the give-away!
    You have a beautiful blog!

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  47. Nice job on the treasure hunt!

    I would love a dutch oven. There are so many things that I want to cook in one!

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  48. I would dearly love to try anything in a Dutch oven! In the mean time, I'm knitting up a stack of washcloths using your pattern...

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  49. i've been wanting to try that bread recipe for some time now, but don't have a dutch oven! :( would love one. :)

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  50. My fav dutch oven recipe is a peach/blueberry cobbler. We used to take the local scouts on camp-outs where we used the campfire dutch oven to make chicken fajitas & cobbler and the boys would be amazed. But one time, my hubby inadvertedly placed the lid on the gravel instead of the bricks where he was SUPPOSED to, and we had to be careful about eating the cobbler b/c it got little rocks in it!!! Good times. I'd love a dutch oven we could use in our regular kitchen instead of the campfire monster that only gets used once a year.
    Thanks for having a giveaway.
    ~ teresa

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  51. I've been wanting a dutch oven for years!

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  52. I love Cast Iron; but have not tried this bread you speak of but would if I win this dutch oven.

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  53. Love my cast iron pots. I have made the bread. Initially I had to be brave to deal with the heat but it was worth the effort. Sadly I haven't made it for a long while. I might this weekend.

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  54. I have not tried bread made like that before.

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  55. I have not tried the dutch over bread but would love too. I love the little painted table. It's perfect.

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  56. I've made this bread, as well as, the ABin5. Love it! So simple and you get great tasting bread. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  57. Love all of your garage sale finds! and what a great give away.

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  58. I still have yet to learn how to go yard saling. You know how they say that one man's junk is another man's treasure? Well, I always come with another man's......junk. sigh!

    Spring came so early this year. All of our indoor projects got cut short - even some of the spring cleaning.

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  59. Oh how fun! Yes, I've tried the dutch oven bread, and it works great! After making it a few times, my husband decided to try, and now it's his thing that he makes for friends and family!

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  60. Yes, I have tried the bread in a dutch oven. It is an easy way to get good bread. But my dutch oven is an old aluminum one and I would love to have a beautiful cast iron one. Thanks for the giveaway. Terry

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  61. I'm waiting to try this bread, as my Dutch oven got packed in the "pre-moving cleaning up to sell the house" frenzy. Can't wait to actually move and find all my favorite things again!

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  62. I just love your blog! i have never used a dutch oven, but would love to!

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  63. Oh goodie, another give away. If I were to be the lucky winner of that snazzy dutch oven, I cook a lamb roast in it - the dutch oven could work its magic & present a delish. dinner. Yum!

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  64. Deb,

    Wow, what wonderful finds! You always find the best items that have so much charm :) Please enter me in your generous giveaway, I have been wanting a cast-iron Dutch Oven forever :)

    Have a great day!
    Sharon

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  65. Wow! That is my kind of bread!! Awesomely easy--I've gotta try it. My favorite dutch oven recipe has to be homemade chicken noodle soup--I used to make it all the time for my children. I'd love to win your giveaway and make bread, bread, bread! :)

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  66. I have not made the dutch oven bread. I tried a recipe yesterday to make yeast dinner rolls, but something went wrong, and I had to toss the whole blob of (unrisen) dough. My favorite dutch oven meal is homemade soup that simmers for hours on a cold winter day! dsb448@att.net

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  67. Wow what a lovely dutch oven! Thanks for hosting this give-away. My very favorite dutch oven dish would have to be chili. The spicier the better!

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  68. Akkkk, I want that table great find. I use my dutch oven for everything. I LOVE cooking in it xoxoxo Clarice

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  69. I love the pot. My favorite meal to cook in a dutch oven is a roast chicken with potatoes, carrots and onions.

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  70. What a great giveaway!!! I would love to enter for a chance for this dutch oven. The bread sounds great! I have so many ideas for baking and making soups, stews and bread.
    Pam

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  71. I love a good dutch oven. THANK YOU!

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  72. Wow! That's a lot of great stuff for less than $10! How fun!

    I haven't used a dutch oven in years but have been thinking of trying it again. The last time I did, it was a recipe that had applesauce on the bottom and a gingerbread cake on the top. It was delicious!

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  73. I've actually never used a dutch oven so I would love the chance to try.

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  74. I love that little painted table! What will you do with it?

    Hmmm...I don't have a dutch oven but I have had the best cornbread ever that my friend made in her dutch oven. Thanks, Deb.

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  75. Your flea market finds are excellent! I racked up some vintage embroidered linens last week, myself. I haven't made the NYT bread in my dutch oven, but I've made other breads. So yummy! Although I think my favorite thing to make in it is chicken & dumplings.

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  76. I would love to be the winner of your dutch oven give-away! I bake several loaves of no-knead bread every week using pyrex dishes but think the dutch oven would make them even better. Thank you for your beautiful blog and a great give-away!

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  77. what a GREAT giveaway! I haven't tried the bread, but I love to make a roast in a dutch oven.

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  78. I love your blog and I would love a chance to win. I really need a good dutch oven.

    Great thrifting finds. I went out Saturday but did not get any great deals. I'll keep on trying. I especially love the table.

    Ruth

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  79. I just was reading a no-knead bread recipe in Cook's Illustrated that uses a dutch oven. I would love to try it!

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  80. Aren't garage sales fun? It is true that "one man's trash can be another man's treasure." I would love to win the dutch oven. It would get lots of use at our house and be very well taken care of!

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  81. i'd love to win that cutie pie dutch oven....i'd make paula deen's goulash recipe in there and share it with all of you! pretty please!

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  82. Sadly, I don't have a dutch oven :(

    But gosh, maybe someday I will (wink wink)....I would put it to good use, I'm sure of that! I love to cook.

    Lynn
    beadingheartart(at)aol(dot)com

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  83. in the winter I love baking our chicken curry in it ... along with some of our winter squash. I have also baked the bread and was surprised at how easy it was.

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  84. Oooh the dutch oven bread sounds lovely, and I don't own a dutch oven so I'd LOVE to win one!

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  85. I try to make everything I can in an enameled dutch oven. Haven't tried the bread, yet, but I will!

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  86. I thought everyone else would make the same comment as me "Wow! Including the table!" Great finds!
    Haven't made the bread but would love to win the dutch oven and try it.
    http://sideroadstitcher.blogspot.com/

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  87. Thanks Deb, for this wonderful giveaway. I've never used this product but would love to try it. Please enter me in the giveaway. Thank you. I enjoy your blog so much and have recommended it to others as well.

    Blessings!
    Bindeej

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  88. I'm a new reader to your blog - only about 2 weeks now. I love Dutch Oven cooking, however have never tried bread in one. Wanted to say thank you for the pattern for the waffle knit dishcloth; I have been making these in Rowan handknit cotton for use as facecloths - lovely!

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  89. I am amazed you got all that for less than $10! Even the table! I have never made bread in a dutch oven but I guess I need to try it.

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  90. What a great giveaway! I don't have a dutch oven, but if I win I would love to try the bread. Thanks for the opportunity.
    Susan

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  91. Count me in! I've never used a Dutch oven, but I'm willing to learn. :-) Thanks!

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  92. Don't have one and would love one. . .

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  93. I love the blue dutch oven. I make all sorts of noodles in mine. I might try that bread soon! Thanks for the chance.

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  94. Yes ! My favorite color is BLUE.
    crossing my fingers !

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  95. I am a fan of your blog and have been for a while. I have never made bread in the dutch oven, but I love Beef Burgundy in it. Thanks for the fun of the giveaway! It is very generous.

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  96. Our friend vicki made a birthday cake over an open fire in a dutch oven while she worked at Mackinaw Island many years ago.

    I have had rabbit stew cooked in a dutch oven as well, again next to an open fire and coals on top.

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  97. How wonderful! I bake this bread weekly. Often times I make two loaves and have to cook one in a pyrex dish. another cast iron dutch oven woudl be wonderful!

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  98. I do not have a dutch oven but if I won I would roast my lemon rosemary chicken in it! Thanks for the opportunity to win one. :)

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  99. Ah, I love your good finds so far! Doesn't that just warm your heart and get you excited for the thrifting season?? I just love it!

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  100. would love to try the bread in the beautiful dutch oven...please enter me in the giveaway.

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  101. I would love the dutch oven for baking bread! Or for making my families fav stoup.

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  102. I don't want to be entered in the giveaway this time. I just wanted to say I love your finds for $10. That's fabulous! I especially love the fabric.

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  103. I have never tried dutch oven bread, but I love making pot roast and veggies in the dutch oven.

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  104. What a beautiful color! Pot roast is delicious in the dutch oven.

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  105. Pot Roast...my fav Dutch oven dish! In my mom's OLD Dutch oven...she does not cook at all any more and just smile when I tell her that I use her OLD cooking things!

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  106. oh, oh, OH!! i have been wanting a Dutch Oven - even registered for one for our wedding - but don't have one yet - can't find a good one in the thrift stores, and they're too expensive to justify right now... oh, please pick me!

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  107. Oh how I would love this dutch oven. Please, oh please, pick my name!
    Blessings!

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  108. I love the color of the dutch oven. It would really sparkle in my kitchen. I make all of our bread but have never tried a dutch oven!

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  109. My sister has made it and it is delicious! I would love a chance to win:-) Thanks Deb!

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  110. I do not have a dutch oven but would love one. There are so many great recipes to try!!!

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  111. I would absolutely love to try making that bread - looks fabulous. I make a lot of baked beans and also Coq au vin in the cooler weather.

    Thanks for hosting another giveaway.

    Carmen

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  112. Wow Deb, great giveaway! I have never cooked in a dutch oven, but would love to try.

    Claire

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  113. Beautiful finds. I love stews in a dutch oven, can't I say I ever thought of making bread in one before!

    ~Andrea~

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  114. What a beautiful dutch oven! I have made the bread and it is the best! I have used my dutch oven for soups, spaghetti sauce, bread and more but with my growing family it's just too small. Having another one would be wonderful!

    Susanne

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  115. I haven't tried the bread - and our dutch oven cooking up to now has been camfire cooking, with peach cobbler the clear favorite! I've been so eager to get a dutch oven for my kitchen and love the cobalt blue! Thanks for a fantastic blog and such fun giveaways.

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  116. I have not been able to try the "no-knead" bread, as I don't own a Dutch Oven. I bake traditional bread, but would love to change things up a bit! Thanks for offering the give-a-way!

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  117. Oh my! I just started cooking a year ago with a Dutch oven, but have to borrow my mother's all the time (I should pilfer it!). I also should just go BUY one, but haven't gotten around to it, they're expensive and.....ok, no excuses. My favorite thing to make in the Dutch oven is the desserts. And I have the book for the breads, too, but ....another to-do in the future...maybe with my NEW, WON, beautiful blue Dutch oven..haha

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  118. We had a cast iron dutch oven we would put in the coals of a fire. My husband would cut up a chicken, add sliced onions, garlic, squash, peppers (hot and sweet), pour olive oil and chopped tomatoes over it all, cover. Cook and cook and cook. Sadly we sold the duth oven before we went to Romania for a year.

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  119. I'm in! No, I have not tried the Dutch oven bread, but would like too! Love your site!:)
    Debbie

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  120. Oooo, please enter me for a chance to win the beautiful Dutch oven. I have never heard of Dutch oven bread but would LOVE to try it.
    Smiles, DianeM :)

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  121. I've always wanted to try Dutch oven cooking - the bread sounds wonderful!

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  122. A roast beef, I think... and I would love to try bread!
    Have a wonderful day!

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  123. Lovely...My favorite recipe for the dutch oven is the Lamb Stew from the Le Creuset cook book

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  124. LOVE your flea market finds. how lucky!!! I also LOVE the blue dutch oven, it would match my kitchen PERFECTLY!!! I don't have anything like this at all and have been dying to get one. Good Luck to everyone!!

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  125. I haven't tried it yet because I don't have a dutch oven but I would love to try it. Thank you for the chance to win.
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  126. Great treasures. I have a very similar Homer Laughlin dish. I have looked at those dutch ovens longingly. Would love to win one! I haven't tried the bread yet but definitely will if I win. :)

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  127. Love your flea market finds! I can't wait to try the Dutch Oven Bread recipe!

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  128. I love dutch oven bread. I can only imagine it would tast much better in a pretty blue dutch oven rather than my plain old oven. Thank you for offering such a grate giveaway! I love reading your blog!

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  129. My favorite dutch oven recipes are pot roast (oven) and chili (stovetop). I am definitely going to try the bread recipe and would love to have a new blue dutch oven. Mine is very old! But still a keeper!

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  130. I have never had a dutch oven but I would love to try one!

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  131. I can't believe you got all that for $10! And I've been in the market for a dutch oven!

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  132. This is such a fun giveaway!!!

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  133. Love the NY Times bread recipe! A bit sticky to work with but you don't handle it much. Would love the dutch oven for Braised Short Ribs! Love your blog - longtime reader.

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  134. Read your blog all the time. I would love to have the dutch oven.
    Please enter me in the contest.
    Barb

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  135. Deb, the treasures you found are beautiful. Tomorrow I will be going to my first garage sale of this spring. I hope I find some treasures also. I have not tried the dutch oven bread yet. Please enter my name in the giveaway. Thank you! Blessings! Gail

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