is giving away a set of three staub white cocottes! aren’t these white cocottes beautiful? we love making soups and stews in these. they always come out so delicious! and these beauties look great on the stovetop. we love its clean, simple style. comment below to enter to win the set! one lucky winner will receive a  cocotte,  cocotte and a cute . and be sure to enter the other giveaways going on right now here!

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here’s how to win…

1) visit the sur la table  and take a look around!

2) leave a comment below with your favorite recipe you would cook in the set!

one winner will receive the set of 3 cocottes including a ,  and a . the winner will be chosen on december 21st at 10am PST. open to u.s. readers only, sorry!


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    Kirsten says:

    Coq au Vin!!!

    Peggi says:

    What a fantastic giveaway! One of these has been on my wish list for ages. I would definitely use it for a wonderful lamb tagine with prunes and apricots. Heavenly! Happy holidays!!

    Shannon says:

    I would use this for a big pot of cioppino! What a beautiful set of cookware…swoon…

    Preeti says:

    Would love to make a soup…mushroom and leek!

    Anna Ess says:

    lingonberry stew! (with lingonberries, meat, potatoes, wine and juniper berries)

    kelsey says:

    Wow, I have been wanting one of these… I would cook my mom’s roast pork loin with a mix of root vegetables…

    rachel says:

    I would make Italian braised short ribs, it’s a friends recipe and it is slow cooked wonderfulness!

    Melissa T says:

    I would fill up this bad boy with some yummy chicken pot pie.

    Amy K says:

    I have a white chicken chili recipe that would cook so well in these! Such great pieces of cookware!

    Katie says:

    Tomato and Lentil Soup!

    Natalie says:

    Recently I’ve been experimenting with learning how to make a good curry. I’d love to make a Thai Green curry in one of the cocottes!

    Corrin says:

    I’ve been coveting these. I make an amazing kale and tomato stew that would be the perfect inaugural recipe.

    Liz B says:

    I love to make a vegetable stew in the winter.

    Brittney Hippensteel says:

    I would cook up a big pot of vegetarian chili to get me excited about my New Years resolution to go back to being a vegetarian!

    Liz says:

    The White Chocolate–Lime Creme Caramel flan looks and sounds so delicious!

    Jess G. says:

    Oh man.. I’d love to make the Short Rib Stew in one of those cocottes. 😀

    Makenzie McMillan says:

    Perfect for making a big pot of korma.

    Milka says:

    I would love to make some homemade chicken noodle soup or my new favorite soup, tomato basil!

    Kelly-Anne says:


    Alex says:

    Eeek that mini is so cute! I would cook just about everything in them but chicken and dumplings would be pretty indulgent and delicious.

    Katelyn says:

    Wow these are gorgeous! They would look amazing in my kitchen. The first thing I would make is my mother’s corn chowder, for sure. It’s so comforting!

    Kristina D. says:

    I would make my vegan tofu chili with a side of cornbread

    Tiffany says:

    Been wanting these for a long time! I would make my favorite vegetable soup!

    Liz S. says:

    I would first make the Egg Strata en Cocotte recipe in the set.

    Linh says:

    These would be so perfect to make pho, it takes a really sturdy pot to withstand hours of simmering to get that broth just right!

    Erin says:

    My husband found a recipe called ‘“Gumbo-laya” Stew with Spicy Sausage, Chicken and Shrimp with Okra over Fragrant Garlic Rice’ that would be ideal for set! yum yum yum yum

    maryclare says:

    red wine braised short ribs with carrots and a garlic potato and parsnip mash–a nice and hearty winter dinner!

    Blaire says:

    Saw a recipe for leeks en cocotte the other day – dying to try!

    Amanda U. says:


    my husband makes the most delicious “claypot” salmon in a dutch oven… it would be even tastier in one of these 😉

    Kelly G. says:

    Staub cookware is at the tippy top of my favorite list! I’d feel like Gwyneth Paltrow in the kitchen. I can picture making a kale and sausage soup in this bad boy for friends and family ❤️

    Chloe N says:

    I would make this delicious pomegranate and braised lamb shank!

    Sammie says:

    MMM I’d make braised meatballs *swoon*

    Chelsea says:

    I have such a craving for Staub cookware! Especially since one of my favorite food blogs (halfbakedharvest) uses their wares constantly. The recipe I would use these for would have to be roast chicken with a veg medley, gravy from the drippings, and some garlic mashed potatoes.

    Jill says:

    I’ve always wanted a dutch oven/cocotte! I’d make one of my favorite winter recipes- a vegetarian pot pie in these! -Jill

    Danielle says:

    I would love to make a big pot of chicken stew in one of the these beauties!

    Kayla D says:

    I would make coq au vin or a spezzatino!

    Lisa says:

    Pot roast with potatoes and carrots first and how about Brie, roasted garlic and almonds in the cute baby of the bunch!

    Peter D says:

    Irish stew and steamed veggies. Thanks for the giveaway!

    Ashley McKibben says:

    Homemade soup! So many kinds of soups… tomato, broccoli cheddar, chicken tortilla…!

    Anne B says:

    French onion soup!

    Mireille says:

    Dutch oven blueberry crisp! So tasty 🙂

    Alex says:

    This is an awesome giveaway. I have always wanted to do something fun with one of the cute mini pots. I would make a big pot of jambalaya with shrimp and chorizo.

    Kate says:

    I’d make a pot roast!

    Jessica says:

    I hope this still counts because it’s not a favorite recipe yet, but I’ve been wanting to learn to make the perfect pot roast! I think one of these cocottes would be perfect for searing and then roasting.

    April V says:

    I love everything on the site!! I would make my grandmothers vegetable soup in this pot!!

    Moira says:

    Boeuf Bourguignon!

    Jo says:

    I have been wanting to try baking a pain cocotte, so these would be perfect. Thanks for the opportunity.

    Sara says:

    Vegetable soup! My mom’s recipe 🙂

    Peggy says:

    I would make brisket in the largest one and veggies in the smaller ones. Christmas dinner… DONE!

    Katie says:

    I’d cook any of my soup recipes! I have a huuuuge pot and smaller sauce pans, but nothing in between, like these!

    Stephanie says:

    Pumpkin soup!

    Nicole says:

    These pots are perfect for a good winter soup! At the top of my recipe list this year is an African chicken peanut stew.

    Kaitlin says:

    I’d make braised short ribs!

    Sharon says:

    Seafood gumbo!

    aes says:

    Carrot & ginger soup.

    Leah says:

    Braised Beef in Tomato & Red Wine

    Allison says:

    These have been on my wish list for years! I’d love to have one of these to make a pot roast.

    Meg says:

    Those are so pretty! First thing I’d make would be my famous chicken and wild rice soup!

    Elisabeth says:

    These are beautiful! I would make lots of soup to keep me warm this winter!

    Bridgett Wilbur says:

    I would make a nice tree meat chili.

    teagan says:

    My favorite! Beef bourguignon! Love to try this version but it’s hard to beat julia childs recipe!

    Leah says:

    Quiche, for sure!

    Keely says:

    Oh I would love these pieces! I’m trying to get new teflon free cookware, but it so expensive!! I would make a lovely winter soup or chicken and dumplings!!

    Vanessa says:

    Gorgeous!! I would have to christen these with boeuf bourguignon.. it’s only appropriate, you know?

    Amy Adams says:

    My weekly go to is to roast a chicken stuffed with lemon and fresh rosemary and have leftovers all week.

    Victoria says:

    You could cook so much in these! I recently started experimenting with sourdough and these would bake such a beautiful crusty loaf.

    Hannah H says:

    My husband and I recently switched to being vegetarian and have a lot of yummy soups we would love to make in these!

    LaTanya says:

    I would cook some beef stew

    Andrea says:

    I’m so excited about this one!!!! Wooooo hooo! I would cook some beef stew and corn bread, but also this looks amazing!

    raq says:

    I would make my mom’s beef stew!

    Katrina says:

    These are beautiful 😍 I would make ham, white bean, and kale soup!!

    zoe says:

    A low and slow simmered bolognese sauce!

    Courtney says:

    I would totally make a meal large enough for a dinner party, so friends could come and enjoy a home made meal like the Mushroom and Leek Soup! YUM!

    Celine says:

    I would definitely make chicken and dumplings in this beautiful cookware.

    Spring B. says:

    Curried Beef Stew or Mushroom-Spinach Barley Risotto… so many yummy ideas for these pots! Fingers crossed. 🙂

    Hallie says:

    There would be so many soups! Especially with winter and a baby on the way!

    Katherine says:

    mmmm. I would slow cook beef ribs with all kinds of yus my veggies in beef broth and red wine.

    kalie says:

    no knead dutch oven bread,
    artichoke soup, and
    dutch oven brownies.

    Christine says:

    Oxtail soup the way my mom makes it! Potatoes, cabbage, carrots,and tomatoes

    Julie says:

    LOVE these. Would love to make a big beef stew – perfect for cold NY winters

    John McDermott says:

    Their Sauteed Beef Medallions with Pearl Onion Red Wine Sauce looks wonderful. I’d make that in a heartbeat.

    Meghan says:

    I would just fill it with greens and beans and salt and garlic and never get a cold ever again.

    Ashley says:

    I’d love to make a beef bourguignon like this , or this fennel leek soup: .

    Great giveaway!

    Cecilia says:

    mmm a sweet potato corn chowder!

    Rachel Keaveny says:

    I would make Italian ribollita from my favorite book, An Everlasting Meal. I would also make chili in it for my annual chili cookoff, and my mom’s barley soup. Yum!

    Shey says:

    Butternut squash soup made from my pile of squashes I still have in the cellar from my garden!

    Allison says:

    The most often way I would use these pieces would be to simmer cider, however my favorite actual recipe is a variation on Braised Beef!

    Martha says:

    One for no knead bread, one for delicious vegetable soup– a great pair!!

    Chelsea says:

    I would make my famous seafood gumbo 😀

    Liz says:

    My husband is crazy about Boeuf Bourguignon. Serve it with Mulled Wine and Dutch Oven Bread. Holiday perfection.

    I would make steak soup for sure! It’s such a good seasonal meal for the winter and reminds me of when I was younger and my mom would cook it 🙂 These white ones are just GORGEOUS too!

    Jessica B says:

    Quinoa chili! These are great!

    Elyse G. says:

    I would make my favorite short ribs recipe. *fingers crossed*

    mandi says:

    i would make so much soup!

    Caitlin says:

    I’m a vegetarian so I would make lots of yummy veggie soups and stews… In the mini cocotte I would make individual veggie pot-pies or quiches. So cute!

    Yoshiko Yeto says:

    I’d make Indian tomato soup and vegetarian Japanese curry.

    Lauren S. says:

    I would make my African Peanut Stew in this! SO good, and perfect for the winter months!

    Meegan says:

    Soups! So many soups. I wish it was cooler down here in the South so I could really enjoy some hot soup. My favorite right now is Italian Sausage and Spinach Soup!

    Erica says:

    mmm! A beef stew.

    xox erica

    My mom has an insanely yummy spaghetti sauce recipe that simmers all day long. This would be PERFECT!

    Ashley says:

    Probably a classic beef stew or this sounds pretty amazing!

    Greta says:

    I would love to make vegetarian African Peanut Stew in a 7 qt cocotte!

    Melissa says:

    Oh man! I could definitely use these. I’d love to make some kind of hearty beef and veggie stew.

    Dionne says:

    <- This, very specifically, this.

    Dora says:

    These are beautiful! First thing I’d make is french onion soup!

    Jennifer says:

    Staub is my absolute fave! I’d cook so many soups I these! My top recipe is a cauliflower soup right now. So simple and delicious!

    Amanda M says:

    Would love to make my go to white chicken chili in these!

    Josh says:

    I make a mean chili and it would be the first thing I’d cook if I won!

    Allison says:

    gorgeous set! I would make a pot of roasted tomato soup in one, bake a no-knead loaf of bread in the other, and pop a candle in the tiny one and put it on the table 🙂

    Sonja says:

    Braised short ribs! Great for winter.

    Megan says:

    I would make a big pot of chicken noodle soup!

    Diana says:

    I would love to make a nice, big, hearty pot of pozole rojo!

    Kat Scott says:

    Just mastered some amazing white chicken chili that would be even better with these <3

    Celeste says:

    it just begs for a soup or stew! i make a simple veggie chili that would be cooked in these dishes 🙂

    hannah says:

    my favorite soup: corn and potato soup with queso fresco 🙂 !!!

    Felicia says:

    I would make vegetarian chili and lots of soups!

    Sam says:

    Oh man! I would cook so many things!! Probably a lot of Eggs en Cocotte!! Thank you for the chance to enter! XX

    Charlotte says:

    One big pot of heart warming chicken soup! Or maybe our family favorite a meaty stew made with apple syrup.

    Bethany says:

    Short ribs!

    Amanda P says:

    I would have my mom’s spicy mac’n’cheese recipe in one while cooking up some BBQ chicken dip while we wait in the other. Great giveaway!

    Sophie says:

    I would make a whole roast chicken and also have been experimenting with some Indian dishes that these are perfect for!

    Jenni M. says:

    Would love love love to make a delicious vegan chili!!

    Becky says:

    The Hario Olivewood French Press is beautiful!
    If I won the set, I would make Julia Child’s beef bourguignon.

    Thanks Bri and team!


    Zoë says:

    A hearty root vegetable stew would be nice

    Erin J. says:

    A roast would be perfect this time of year!!

    Andrea says:

    Definitely a spicy chicken tortilla soup 🙂

    colleen says:

    Pork chop and figs! YUMMMM!!!!

    Tessa says:

    I’d cook veggie squash chili!! It warms my soul on cold winter nights. This cookware looks fantastic!!

    Christina says:

    I’d make beef short ribs with root vegetables, beef stew and my Dad’s recipe for white chicken chili. Lots of comfort food because eating better starts Jan 1. Maybe.

    Thanks, Sur La Table!

    Claire T says:

    I would love to have one! Cast iron is so versatile in the kitchen and did you know that cooking on cast iron also helps put iron into your diet?! Crazy stuff. I’ve been dying to try a cast iron pot no-kneed bread recipe for a while. Thanks!

    Briana says:

    I would cook the Chicken Noodle Soup with Cilantro. It looks delicious!

    Michelle P says:

    Grandma’s beef and sweet potato stew would look beautiful in these! She always loved a clean, white kitchen! xo

    Kathleen says:

    I would definitely cook my Mom’s recipe for beef and bean chili!

    Heather U says:

    Some tasty chalupa for dinner…please?!

    Laura says:

    soups and stews all day!

    Laura Lambert says:

    I would make Thai pumpkin soup! Yum!

    Holly says:

    I made this amazing coconut and lentil soup last winter and have been craving it lately…I’m sure it would come out even better in one of these 😉

    Stephanie says:

    I’d make roasted chestnut and mushroom soup!

    Caitlin says:

    I would LOVE to make a loaf of rustic bread in a big dutch oven!

    Marisa says:

    I want to try making Julia Child’s boeuf bourguignon!

    Emily says:

    Speedy tortilla soup!

    Caitlin says:

    I’ve already made it twice this month, but I’d probably make Chicken and Dumpling soup. Its SOOO good!

    Megan S. says:

    So many recipes call for a dutch oven and I have never given them a chance because I don’t own one. I would love to make a batch of veggie chili on these cold Colorado days!

    JoAnna Carpentier says:

    I would love to make a delicious cioppino with this if I won! 🙂

    Courtney Hilow says:

    Oh, wow, this is definitely something I could use because it’s the only piece of kitchenware I do not own! I love to make soups and would absolutely love to make this recipe in one of the cocoettes!

    My moms White Chicken Chili for cozy warm winter eats!

    White Chili

    from the kitchen of Cindy Beasley

    Bake 3 boneless chicken breast halves in olive oil. Cut into small pieces.

    Chop and sauté in olive oil until tender:

    1 medium onion

    2 cloves crushed garlic

    Boil in 1 can of chicken broth (about 5 minutes):

    Sautéed vegetables

    2 cans great northern beans

    1 7 ounce can green chilies

    ½ teaspoon cumin

    ½ teaspoon oregano


    Add chicken and boil another 2 minutes

    Add 3 ounces cream cheese, stir to melt

    Add chopped avocado

    Serve with white cheddar garnish and tortilla chips

    Hanna says:

    I love making stew in the blustery winters. What a giveaway!

    Bree says:

    Hands down, my grandmothers stew. It means so much to our family, its home, its comfort and its warmth. 🙂

    Rachel says:

    I would make my dad’s homemade bisque. It’s a Holiday tradition!

    Aleta says:

    MMmmmm… there’s a moroccan stew that I would LOVE to cook in this beautiful le crust bakeware!

    Alexis says:

    I would make my favorite Thai chicken soup. It could simmer all day long and would be great for the senses! Beautiful to look at and a yummy smelling house!

    caroline says:

    Ive been wanting to get on the white bean bandwagon…

    Ahh cookware! I am looking to make these chicken and dumplings soon and these would be perfect!

    Mariela says:

    Hands down, shakshouka!

    Samantha says:

    I’d make beef stew or perhaps a nice curry, because the weather calls for it and it’s absolutely delicious! 🙂

    Jacquelline M says:

    Love this set. I would cook my mom’s chicken, rice, and curry soup in it!

    Mary G says:

    I would absolutely make my favorite chili in these.

    How perfect are these cocottes. I would definitely love a set of my own!

    Abbey says:

    A yummy veggie chili!

    bern says:

    Awesome give away! I “lost” my fave staub to my college daughter! I would make a big pot of chick pea stew!!

    Amanda says:

    I’ve been dying to make soup but I don’t have the proper cookware. These are amazing!

    Marie O. says:

    Amazing giveaway! I would make a paella in the 7 quart & a lovely marinara sauce in the 5 quart.

    Becky says:

    I would make my mom’s chicken rice soup!

    Geneviève says:

    Spaghetti sauce would be first for sure!

    elissa says:

    I would roast a chicken stuffed with lemons and sage. MMM.

    Vanessa says:

    A great Beef bourguignon, I always use Julia Child’s recipe! mmmm mmmm.

    Jessica says:

    I would have my boyfriend do his braised chicken with white beans in a chile verde sauce – seriously to die for, and would be elevated to the next level in the Staub dishes!

    Jan says:

    Would make turkey soup with Xmas leftovers.

    Sara G says:

    I would cook Potatoes au Gratin in the set.

    Tracey says:

    I have a vegan chili recipe that is THE BEST. This would be perfect for that.

    Annie says:

    Boeuf Bourguignon, bien sur! 🙂

    Leslie says:

    I would definitely do a speciatly roast chicken- perhaps a morrocan flavor- in this beautiful set!

    lindsey says:

    Omg!! Best giveaway yet!!! These are so beautiful.

    My signature soup is a modified version of this:

    It takes time, but the result is always a crowd-pleaser. There are always leftovers, too!

    Raye says:

    I want to braise short ribs in these, pretty please!!

    Nikki says:

    I’d love to make a beef stew in one of those lovely pots!

    Kristy E. says:

    I would definitely cook this!

    Charmaine says:

    I’d love to try making pho with this 🙂

    bee s-c says:

    beautiful, I would be making paella every week in the winter!

    Kendra says:

    Potato and Leek Soup with Lemon – Yum!

    Rose says:

    I would cook a nice large pot roast!

    Max says:

    Oh coconut curry soup for sure- I’ll bet it would taste better coming out of something so pretty!

    Gill says:

    I would make butternut squash, kale and black bean chili. Perfect for cold nights!

    i love these pots! would love to make chinese beef noodle soup base it in 😀

    Allison says:

    lentil soup for days

    Meara says:

    I think I would do a beef pot roast, so simple yet so comforting!

    mary says:

    Love these in white! I would make lovely beef stew:)

    Shyra says:

    Coq au Vin would be wonderful on a chilly winter evening! What beautiful cookwear!

    Lauren R. says:

    Would love to make my potato soup or my husband’s gumbo in these!

    beka says:

    i would make my favorite potato and italian sausage soup!

    amanda says:

    Green chili!

    katie says:

    OH SNAP! I’d whip up a nice holiday soup, like maybe the chorizo squash soup I read about in The Year of Cozy last night.. 🙂

    christine p says:

    black bean and sweet potato chili!

    Mia says:

    Chicken soup with matzo balls!

    Sarah M. says:

    These are beautiful. I want a dutch oven/cocotte because you can sear and braise in the same pot. And fewer dishes=happier cook (especially around the holidays!) This would be ideal for port-braised short ribs, YUM. And I just ate some warm citrus-marinated olives served in a mini Staub at a restaurant recently… so you’d better believe I’ll recreate that if I win the set!

    Rosedale says:

    Love the white! I like to make pulled pork, short ribs and a Rick Bayless mexican recipe called pork escabeche. I use a cast iron dutch oven now, but such a messy clean up. This cookware would be a dream!

    Justine says:

    all the ragus. and probably some soups as well!

    Allegra says:

    I would made a rabbit bolognese, because that’s what one does in such a chic and fabulous piece of cookware. Love Le Creuset! Wonderful giveaway!

    Tessa says:

    A delicious chicken veggie wine stew that I just discovered a few weeks ago

    Carly says:

    Soups all winter long (which is a long time in MN)!

    kristina m says:

    I would love to make some white bean chili in a staub!

    Janine says:

    I have always wanted to perfect Coq au Vin! Definitely lots of pot roasts and soups, too. 🙂

    Kimberly says:

    Would love to make my white chicken chili in these. So beautiful!

    Cristina says:

    Short rib stew!!!

    leanne says:

    Every soup under the sun!

    Dale says:

    Oooh, this is really calling my name right now:

    Oh man, this Staub set looks like a DREAM! Love that delicious white color. I am the queen of making random soups and stews during the winter, so these would definitely be used a ton! I’m also sure searing meat and roasts is incredible in these babies.

    Jessica says:

    I’d definitely use it for some traditional Korean soup or some nice Thai curry mmmmm!

    2) leave a comment below with your favorite recipe you would cook in the set!

    Michaela K says:

    Now that it’s soup season I’ve been thinking about investing in some proper pots. One of my favorite recipes is a really hearty minestrone with farro and tons of vegetables. These would be perfect for that!

    Alfredo Carranza says:

    I’d use it to prepare that delicious potato, sausage and bacon soup.

    Jamee Sailor says:

    So. Much. Soup. It would be ridiculous(ly good)!

    Heidi says:

    These are beautiful!! Perfect for making soups and stews, but also braising meat!

    Margaret says:

    Definitely a chili! Would LOVE LOVE LOVE these!

    Carolyn says:

    love these! I would definitely try out making that winter soup that was posted recently on this blog!

    courtney says:

    This set is beautiful! Infinitely better than my ramshackle assortment of mediocre quality pots 🙂 I love making soups and stews in the winter. And this Thai Pumpkin soup looks AMAZING!

    Trish T. says:

    Bean and potato soup is a staple in my household – and these would be absolutely perfect in my kitchen!

    Gigi says:

    Roasted red pepper soup…. !!

    Ashley S. says:

    I’d be making my mom’s seafood gumbo!

    Korin A. says:

    Oooh we cook a mean pork-tenderloin with pan sauce. . . that would be perfect in one of these lovelies.

    Lillian L says:

    There are few places more therapeutic for me than Sur La Table!

    In white, always.

    Elise says:

    I would cook our family recipe of chicken & dumplings!

    Jacqui says:

    A hot batch of soup, crusty bread, and finish it off with chocolate lava cakes!!

    elle says:

    I’d love to try this recipe in those beautiful pots! or maybe the other one on their site w lentils and sausage! YUM.

    Erin Fontenot says:

    I would LOVE to make a big ole’ bot of Crawfish Etoufee in these beautiful pots!!!!

    Stephanie says:

    Aw, I love this giveaway! I would love to win it for my sister. She and her husband never had a chance for a proper wedding and bridal shower. He is in the military and got deployment papers six months before they were supposed to marry, so they ended up doing a courthouse elopement before he was sent overseas. He’s home now, safe and sound, and they’re trying to cook more at home and get healthy now that they have two little ones, but they’re seriously lacking in good cookware. I’d love to win this for her and share lots of my healthy soup and stew recipes for her to try out. Perfect giveaway for the holidays! Thanks for hosting it. 🙂

    Rebecca says:

    This is a dream!! I would make my grandmothers special veggie stew recipe, secret ingredients included 🙂

    Jen says:

    Hand down my family’s Ropa Vieja recipe 🙂

    Lauren Hamilton says:

    I would make Mac and cheese

    Emily K says:

    I would make a hearty lentil soup!

    michaela says:

    These are beautiful! I’d christen the big cocotte with my favorite chicken recipe, Jamie Oliver’s chicken in milk! It sounds odd, but it’s just a comforting homey chicken flavor and the sauce is amazing on crusty bread.

    Megan says:

    This recipe looks amazing!! My fiancé and I looooovveee short ribs so I would definitely try this recipe with this set 🙂

    Alyssa says:

    Oh my, DROOLING over this gorgeous set!!! I would make lasagna soup! Big fan of soups and stews for those cold winter nights.

    Danielle says:

    Soup – like this one:
    Or your delicious looking roasted chicken from this past week!

    Sierra Stanley says:

    i would make sweet & spicy chicken chili with roasted green chilies. the ultimate comfort food ♥

    aubrey says:

    soups! chicken matzo ball, brocolli cheddar, italian wedding, potato leek. so many soups!! love this set, thanks for the opportunity!!

    Colleen Clark says:

    I’d go classic, make beef bourguignon!

    Michelle Flook says:

    I would cook everything in these pots!!! I love the white so much. The first thing I would make would be a heart beef stew.

    Michelle Flook says:


    Michelle says:

    lobster pot pies!

    Nikki says:

    I’d make my favorite roasted root vegetable soup, but this one from the SLT website looks good, too. (I’d modify it a little to make it gluten free.)

    I’d certainly have to christen the largest one with a beef bourguignon done Julia Child style…probably while impersonating her voice as I add stuff to the pot. And the mini cocotte would be perfect for French onion soup!

    kristina says:

    french onion soup!

    Natali says:

    Stew or clam chowder!

    Liz says:

    My husband is the cook in the family, but I would request the Beef Bourguignon or the Chicken Coq au Vin… and the Rustic Apple Ribbon Cobbler for dessert!

    meghillman says:

    i would love to make Avgolemono (egg and lemon chicken soup) in this! it’s an easter tradition in my greek family and so very delicious!

    Missy says:

    These pots are making me crave some cheddar broccoli soup!

    kelly ann says:

    I would make my favorite kale and white bean soup! yum 🙂

    Heidi says:

    The Rustic Apple Ribbon Cobblerlooks amazing!

    ashton c. says:

    I would definitely want to try out the Hearty Tuscan Beef Stew!

    Kellye says:

    Chicken and biscuits! Thanks!

    d'Auria says:

    I would love to give one from the set to my mom so that we can both cook a family favorite – Ratatouille that we’ve been making in our French family for generations!

    I made this dish last week (so good!) but unfortunately, I do not have a dutch oven. This set would be perfect for this recipe!

    Bee says:

    I’ve been lusting over these Staub white cocette ever since they came out! As for recipe? Coq au vin for sure! Sur La Table also has a recipe for short rib stew that that I’ve been wanting to try. Great giveaway! Thanks, Sur La Table and Bri!

    Kirstie says:

    perfect for winter soups!

    Marissa says:

    I’d love to try the short rib stew!

    Kaitlin says:

    Turkey Chili for these winter months!

    Taylor says:

    soups galore, my favorite is 40 clove garlic soup.

    Rita says:

    Ahh! I want to cry I love this so much! I would totally make Garlic Sweet Potato Mash!

    Kendle says:

    My favorite soup recipe: Wild Rice and Mushroom Soup! 🙂

    Steff says:

    I live in Minnesota…it’s soup/stew season here!

    Annie C says:

    Roast whole chicken. They are so pretty.

    joyo says:

    Curries galore! WOWSA!

    Karrie says:

    I would do a cowboy casserole

    Katie H. says:

    Ahhh I would LOVE this!!! Would love to try the Thai Coconut Shrimp Soup!

    Cheryl says:

    I would cook chicken noodle soup.

    Amira says:

    I would make a good stew, yum yum

    Kendall says:

    Eek! All about that beef stew :).

    Maggie says:

    I would make so many chilis!

    Ira E says:

    I would use it for braised shortribs!

    maria anne says:

    Oh my goshhh. All I do in the winter is make soup, and I do NOT have nice pots. I’d make my favorite Thai curry cauliflower soup…it’s so DELISH and like nothing I’ve ever tasted before. Craving some now!!
    xo maria

    Danielle says:

    I would use the set to make soups!

    Diana Cote says:

    I would love to make pho in these. 🙂

    mia says:

    Beef braised short ribs in beer and balsamic vinegar a la the smitten kitchen cookbook. Beautiful pots!!

    Chelsea says:

    mmm…i would use the sur la table cook set to make rosemary chicken noodle soup or a hearty winter stew. YUM.

    Niniane says:

    Coq au Vin sounds heavenly right about now

    Sarah Beth says:

    It’s hard to narrow it down to one recipe! I would say a chicken and shrimp or cajun sausage etouffee. Oh, would that be delicious and beautiful!

    Jon says:

    I would love these! I would make my mom’s pot roast with carrots and potatoes. So good.

    Karen Q says:

    This set is gorgeous. I would have to go with soup. Homemade Chicken Noodle or Minestrone.

    Stephanie says:

    What a beautiful giveaway! I think I would either make a delicious curry or a traditional beef roast with potatoes and carrots.

    Nicole says:

    I’ve been wanting to make your grandmother’s winter soup: http://tuvanbatdongsan.info/2015/12/winter-soup-recipe/
    These would be the perfect vessel to use!

    Trish says:

    Gnocchi with brown butter! It is divine.

    christina p says:

    I would make Brown sugar chicken stew. Love your giveaways!

    Crystal Yim says:

    A hearty chicken and dumpling soup for the winter season!

    Laura says:

    I would make chicken soup with rice!

    Sandy Wong says:

    Dessert!! Peach and berry cobbler. YUM.

    Maggie O'Brien says:

    I would cook Short Rib stew! Perfect for the cold weather!

    Alexis says:

    This recipe is so good and the Staub is the perfect thing to cook it in.

    Colleen Boudreau says:

    I would make chili.

    Liberty says:



    I’d make a huge Indian feast for my 10 siblings and my husband’s giant Indian family…

    Juli says:

    beef burgundian

    Johanna Miller says:

    I would make soups and chowders for days!!!!!

    Adrianna says:

    Beef Stew! and soup!

    breanne says:

    a big pot of my mom’s turkey chili! yum!

    Charlotte says:

    An Indonesian chicken soup called Soto!

    Cambria says:

    Love these. And I’d cook this amazing stew from The Kitchn:

    Molly Garvin says:

    my mom’s white chicken chili is the best. i’d love to cook a big pot of that!

    would love to try your winter soup recipe!

    Barrie Petersen says:

    I’d make bone broth, love to own one

    Kathleen Wheeler says:

    I would love to cook a big batch of corn choweder soup. So warm, so cozy!

    kim says:

    A large pot of potato leek soup, picked fresh from the garden!

    Kelly D says:

    I have the best cream of corn casserole that is to die for! However, just moving into my own place I have a lot of “hand me down” kitchen gadgets. I need some new gear to bring my kitchen experience up to date!!!

    Christine L says:

    Strawberry souffle in the coccottes!

    ashley e says:

    Oh my goodness, these are gorgeous. Love the simplicity in white. I’d make my mother’s spaghetti or Italian wedding soup. Thanks!

    Megan says:

    mmmmmmm, I’d make chunky beef stew in one, and I’d bake a loaf of ciabatta bread in the other. The perfect comfort food to battle the cold!

    Bruna Louise says:

    Corn soup! Corn, butter, milk, salt and pepper. Easy and delicious!

    Jenny says:

    braised pork tacos– made with orange juice and beer. yum!

    Allegra says:

    Vegetable soup!

    Michele says:

    I would make a cassoulet! Perfect for the winter!

    Theresa says:

    I made this delicious saffron chicken yesterday and I’m obsessed with the recipe.

    Christina says:

    I’d love to try Jamie Oliver’s chicken in milk recipe. 🙂

    I would love to try my hand at the classic Coq au vin!

    Katrina Lane says:

    Perfect for soups. Is like to try the chicken miso and also the sweet potato and leek soup!

    Maggie says:

    I’d love to make a stew in those!

    Matt R. says:

    I’d make Chicken Tortilla Soup with sliced Avocados.

    Erin says:

    My husband has a great braised short ribs recipe that I would love to try in these…it’s making me hungry just thinking about it 🙂 Thanks for the giveaway!

    Sharon KIm says:

    I would want to cook my moms famous beef stew recipe. I would love to have these in my kitchen so that even my cookware can look beautiful!

    Alejandra says:

    I would cook some delicious tortilla soup or albondiga soup. Two of my faves!

    dawn says:

    I would make my five-bean chili in these.

    Gorgeous set!

    Rebecca says:

    The lentil and sausage soup with kale looks delicious and great for winter. I grew up learning to cook with my mom and dad with their cast iron skillets and dutch ovens and I have always wanted a set of my own. This one is absolutely gorgeous!

    Diane says:

    French onion soup would be divine in these!

    Rachel says:

    I would make the recipe “Moroccan Braised Chicken Thighs with Saffron, Chickpeas and Dried Apricots” sounds amazing! Would love to have this set! 🙂

    Megan says:

    I would cook potato soup. My favorite potato soup is from the Pioneer Woman: . It really is “perfect” as she says. 🙂

    Raine says:

    I’d love to maje the Corn Soufflé with Red Pepper Sauce. It looks and sounds absolutely delicious. There are so many amazing recipes there, it great!

    Alicia says:

    Cookware to covet! My daughter loves my chicken and dumplings, so that would be the pefect way to christen the new set.

    emeryann says:

    I would definitely use these for all the soups and stews! I think the first thing to be made would be my mom’s chili recipe 🙂

    Caroline says:

    I’d make spiced christmas beef stew! I’ve had it my whole life and my grandmother always made it in a cocotte just like these!

    Samantha says:

    Those white pans are stunning!

    Michelle says:

    I would love to make my mom’s famous beef stew in these pots! They are so gorgeous!


    Mayson says:

    I would make some delicious collard greens.

    Syd says:

    I would make thai yellow curry or slow roasted chicken and veggie stew!

    Colleen says:

    beef stew!

    DeBorah B says:

    I’ll cook my chicken and dumplings.

    Steph G says:

    Pasta, chili, soup

    lea says:

    i would give these to my mom and i would tell her to make anything she wanted in them!

    Lauren says:

    I would cook all the soups!

    Laura says:

    My favorite white wine coq au vin!

    mariah says:

    Coq au Vin! It’s on my to-do recipe list, and this set would be perfect for it!

    Christina says:

    chicken noodle soup!

    Emily says:

    Smitten kitchen’s carrot soup with chickpeas. Yum!

    yennie says:

    I would make a medley of braised mushrooms!

    McKenzie says:

    I would make my favorite homemade chicken noodle soup!

    Ailyn says:

    Carrot soup with cashew cream would look lovely simmering in these.

    Danielle says:

    Oh man Dutch Oven Bread!

    jen says:

    beef or mushroom bourguignon!

    Dresden says:

    making bread would be a dream in one of these!

    Rebecca says:

    Yummmm French food

    danielle says:

    My favorite recipe is my Great Grandmother’s secret recipe of creamy, cheesy potato soup. I would love to make her soup in these beautiful pots and have a remembrance of her. 🙂

    Kevin says:

    It’s subzero weather here, so the short rib stew!

    Petunia says:

    I would love to make this Kale and white Bean Soup!

    ChrisB says:

    I would make my grandmother’s barley soup, a perfect dinner on a cold desert night

    Tamara Penna says:

    My grandma’s slow rib recipe.

    I love this recipe because, well it tastes like home. But it’s sweet because it reads two wooden spoons of brown sugar, tomato soup, molasses, paprika, chili powder, garlic powder, 1 chopped onion no amounts listed. Gotta love it

    Brittney M. says:

    Beautiful!! The biggest one would be perfect for trying this “gumbo”-laya stew I came across a few months ago. Perfect time of year as well!

    Eva says:

    I would make my mom’s chicken noodle soup!

    Lorelei says:

    Would love to make my mum’s coq au vin

    Heather Williams says:

    Potato soup. It’s the hubby’s favorite. I think this would be marvelous for it! Or my chicken pot pie. Either or.

    Anna-Christina says:

    my god, all the beef stew I would make, all the marrow and carrots and celery…oofta, I need a drink.

    alexis says:

    I would make a lamb stew and my fiance would be baking a country loaf in the big one. Great giveaway!

    carly G says:

    I would make bone broth and beef stew.

    Paula says:

    I would love to see ins gardens filet of beef Bourguignon cooked in those beautiful white cocettes.

    Allison says:

    I would cook my friend Kristen’s best recipe, sausage and sweet potato stew. Thanks for the giveaway!

    Julie Murphy says:

    I would make Potatoes au Gratin

    Shannon Yeaton says:

    The Hearty Tuscan Beef Stew sounds divine! Great giveaway!

    Clara says:

    Turkey chili on a cold winter’s night!

    olivia says:

    I’ve been craving my dad’s red beans and rice recipe lately, but a nice beef roast sounds divine as well

    Lak says:

    I would make my favorite turkey chili (originally from a Real Simple recipe)!

    Jillian says:

    I would make a veggie chili. Great giveaway!

    Sue says:

    I would simmer beef stew with red wine! Those are beautiful.

    Megan says:

    Dreamy! Beef stew, roast chicken, and French onion soup!

    Suzanna says:

    Oh, man, please pick me!! Coq au vin — perfect classic for these.

    jody marie says:

    oooo! The little one homemade bread. Then in the medium one a self saucing chocolate cake. And for the biggest one a roast with potatoes and carrots and balsamic vinegar!

    (fingers crossed!)

    Abigail Gronberg says:

    I have always admired this white set and I think it will be beautiful (and so incredibly useful) for a homemade tikka masala. It’s one of my favorite meals and will smell amazing simmering in this beautiful pot. The smaller one could be used for homemade hot chocolate too!

    allison says:

    Shrimp and grits with a pernod sauce, yum!

    Morgan says:

    Cioppino! Gorgeous pots, be mine!

    Devin says:

    Mexican stews are always delicious. I would whip up the Mexican Pork Stew with Tomatillos.

    Lauren says:

    I’ve been dying for one of these lately! I’ve got a hankering for coq au vin!!

    Johnna says:

    Chicken tortilla soup is my favorite go to

    Ginger D says:

    French onion soup!!

    caroline says:

    I would cook some chicken noodle soup.

    Rachael says:

    These are so beautiful! Everything turns out so much better un cast iron. 🙂 I’d make white bean and kale soup to start!

    Julie Mayo says:

    Homemade chicken noodle soup!

    Rachel says:

    Love these so much! I would cook my awesome cheat’s Coq a Vin recipe – more than one French friend has commented it is the best Coq a Vin they ever tasted!

    Isadora says:

    A Tagine!

    Sam says:

    I would make butternut squash soup for sure!

    Yvonne says:

    Lentil soup!

    Dominique says:

    I love sur la table cooking classes. I would make irish beef stew with this beautiful set!

    These are beautiful! I’d make soooo much in those, but prolly the first I’d make would be creamy chicken and wild rice soup. LOVE IT! (And it’d look so pretty in there) <3

    Kristi says:

    Love this giveaway. I make soups constantly in the winter and these would be great.

    Kait says:

    Would definitely cook this italian sausage, potato, and kale soup. It’s so creamy and yummy!

    I saute more onion and garlic than the recipe calls for and use small red potatoes that I cube and brown a little before throwing them in the pot and it definitely adds more flavor!

    Veronica Han says:

    I would make my spicy turkey chili! It’s the first thing I ever made that took longer than an hour. I bet it would taste extra delicious in these pots! THANKS!

    Cariel says:

    Have been crushing on this set for ages and love the white! Have a fabulous chicken pot pie pop over recipe I would love to serve in this.

    Kelly says:

    Veggie soup for sure. Would love to win this.

    Anne says:

    These are so cute! I would start with a lemon risotto and continue on to chicken spaetzle soup. Bri and co, thank you for your beautiful blog and these fun giveaways!

    Lynn says:

    Love it! Sur la Table is one of my favorite stores! I’m obsessed with enameled cast iron and I’ve always wanted a set of these beautiful pots. I would love to make an amazing mushroom bourguignon (Deb Perelman’s excellent recipe). And that little baby pot would be so cute for a mini soufflé!

    Brit says:

    Root vegetables stew!

    Tess says:

    I would definitely make a big pot of vegetarian curry soup for a few of my friends! These pots are so gorgeous!

    Tess says:

    Love this set! I would definitely make a big pot of vegetarian curry soup for a few of my friends!

    Abby says:

    I would use this for everything! In particular, Sassy Radish’s agrodolce meatballs () and some coq au vin. Also some red wine braised short ribs. And vegetarian chili. And homemade applesauce.

    Rue says:

    Soup for sure! Perfect for winter recipes

    Erin Ellis says:

    I would cook my famous chili!

    Holly says:

    Minest. It’s a variation of minestrone from southern Italy that my grandparents taught me how to make; lots of garlic and olive oil and spinach and beans and it’s delicious!

    Kirstin says:

    Mmm my mom’s chili or anything braised.

    Jamie says:

    This set is incredible. I would make a delicious pot roast in break in the new set.

    Meghan says:

    Coq Au Vin

    Linda Takano says:

    It’s the perfect time of year for my favorite Arroz con Pollo in one of these beauties!

    Lindsey says:

    Making coq au vin is one of my favorite things to do in the winter- it’s so cozy and comforting and DELICIOUS. But my small little target pot isn’t nearly big enough, and I’ve been trying to save up for a larger one, like this. Plus, WHITE! I’ve been dying for a white one.

    Susan says:

    Sur La Table has everything! I would cook my chicken chili & Japanese curry in on of those!

    Caitlin says:

    I love making a big roast in these pots – they work so well!

    Mandy says:

    I have an amazing corn gruyere souffle recipe that I love to make in the summer, and in the winter I make butterscotch pot de cremes that are a huge hit at parties!

    Julie Ann says:

    Tuscan Kale with Pine Nuts and Golden Raisins

    Vanessa says:

    I would make an amazing chili to share with my friends on a chilly Tennessee evening!

    Carrie says:

    creamy Whole 30 approved cauliflower soup from Everyday Paleo. MMMMMMMMM.

    Marni says:

    I’d cook a big batch tuscan white bean soup with parmesan and kale!

    Libby says:

    ohhh lovely! I would make a nice stew – veggie for me, beef for my husband.

    Emily says:

    I’ve been lusting after Staub dutch ovens for so long! I would make a classic beef bourguignon with mashed parsnip puree!

    Amber says:

    Root vegetable stew or a tomato soup. YUM!

    Chloe List says:

    Butternut squash and sage pasta sauce! And then ten million other things.

    Juliet M says:

    I would cook goulash 🙂

    Brie says:

    My boyfriend is actually the main one who cooks…my guess is I would demand some type of fancy mac and cheese and he would make some green chili for himself.

    ella says:

    my famous chili!

    Felicity says:

    Soups and soups and soups! I’ve really wanted to do a vegetarian French onion soup

    Liane says:

    White bean/potato/kale/sausage soup.. One of my favorites to make and eat!

    Emily Hudson says:

    this is a dream! We’ve been looking for an all white cook set to put in our new tiny home that we are currently building! We love the simple, monochromatic, yet rustic feel, and this would warm our hearts (along with our stomachs!) I can’t pick just one recipe, but our recipe box is full of wonderful choices for us to cook for our friends and family in our new home! We built our house to live simple and this definitely would fit our vibes.

    Amanda says:

    Walnut Pesto Stuffed Pork Roast! Yummy

    Abby says:

    Italian wedding soup for sure!

    sydney says:

    My favorite Turkey Chili

    Carrot-apple soup with fresh mint! My favorite from the bakery I used to work at

    Michelle S says:

    Hi! I would cook pumpkin turkey chili. It just tastes like fall and winter time to me!

    Marie says:

    My mom’s spicy chili! Every time I make it I think we’ll have leftovers…but that never happens!

    tucsonsandy says:

    sopa azteca

    Chelsea says:

    I have a leek and bacon soup recipe that I would love to make!

    jess says:

    mmm… i would cook up my texas chili! yum!

    allison says:

    oh i would love to make some meatballs and sauce!

    I would use the large pot to make Wild Boar Stew – Soooo good !

    Anna says:

    Kabocha squash soup with toasted cumin and chilies–new cookware is a perfect time to try a new recipe!

    Manda says:

    Butternut squash soup!

    Erin says:

    I love making turkey chili, tortilla soup, pasta, basically anything! Such gorgeous cookware!

    Emily says:

    Homemade bread!

    Kate says:

    I’d stuff a bell pepper in one of the smaller ones. It would be such a pretty presentation on the table!

    Bex says:

    Winter puts me in such a soup mood, what better than this Cioppino Seafood Stew on a cold Chicago day!

    Marianne says:

    What a lovely giveaway! I would make a potato, watercress, sausage stew.

    Carlotta says:

    I would make some white bean chicken chili

    rachel d. says:

    I’d LOVE this set!! I’d cook chicken phở!

    I’d cook a rustic, hearty Mushroom Stout stew!

    s.montgomery says:

    I will make Basque Chicken with green olives and prunes using this set!!!!

    Simone Anne says:

    Wow! What a prize! I’d make this –

    Q says:

    With this weather hardy soups are all that come to mind. Clam chowder, gumbo or posole would be lovely.

    Isaac says:

    Would love to make some cozy chilli in these!

    Melissa says:

    I would cook my favorite lentil soon. I’ve been using this recipe for years and make it at least twice a month every winter!

    Amie says:

    I would love to make beef stew with dumplings! Having more than one pot would mean I could make a gluten free dumpling option for my sister as well.

    Alicia says:

    Beef stew from America’s Test Kitchen!

    Laura H. says:

    Oh man, Mama Lori’s famous White Bean Chili – so tex mex and delish!

    Erin says:

    Beef Strogonoff!

    Melanie says:

    My mom’s chicken noodle soup or homemade bolognese recipe! <3

    Christine Powell says:

    This is a great giveaway! Thank you! I would probably make my turkey chili first. Ground turkey, black beans, peppers, diced tomatoes, onions. Yum! Hungry just thinking about it

    Justine Neubarth says:

    My mother’s lentil stew…. and meatballs!

    Angie M. says:

    I would make some hearty stew!

    Mariele says:

    My mom’s “beef” stew, a bunch of whatever’s around and V-8 🙂

    Laura says:

    I would love to up my waffle game with this! I’d try some waffles with fruit that don’t cook quite right in my current waffle maker.

    Kelly D says:

    Basically any Thai dish possible including Tom Kha Gai

    laurel says:

    I recently went through a break-up and he kept all of the dutch ovens. 🙁 I would make french onion soup for days in these!

    Ann says:

    I love this cookware! I’d make chicken and dumplings. Yum!

    Tania says:

    French onion soups galore!!

    Britney says:

    love this! Italian potato soup 🙂

    Eva says:

    definitely tempeh chili

    Rebecca Esther says:

    Tortilla soup sounds good!

    HB says:

    Ohh man!!! My awesome turkey chili!

    Meredith says:

    Posole Rojo! It’s so good, and totally needs to be made in that beautiful cookware!

    Joni says:

    My husband loves Coq au Vin

    claire says:

    Vegetarian chili!!

    claire says:

    I’d love to make vegetarian chili!

    Peg says:

    For one, I would make a family favorite soup– Spicy Vegetable!

    Holly says:

    These would be perfect for tortilla soup!

    Holly K says:

    Best give away! What a cute set!

    These would be great for making my Bone Broth in! Favorite/Easiest/Healthiest thing to make!


    megan says:

    Butternut Squash Minestrone! What a gorgeous set.

    Amy says:

    I would love to have this to make a beef roast with lots of seasonal veggies and serve it with a glass of wine! Beautiful set!

    Aida says:

    How cool! I love this silverware set

    Meg says:

    This would be great for making my own chicken stock from scratch.

    emily says:

    I would roast a Chicken just like you posted earlier this week!

    Terrianne T says:

    This has been on my birthday and Christmas wish list for over FIVE YEARS! Seriously you are combining two of my favorites… Sur La Table and Staub Enameled cast iron! SO many things to cook! The first recipe I would make would be my husband’s favorite, which is Oso Bucco (Using the 7qt cocotte).

    jennifer says:

    my husband is the chef around here… he would make a ton of delicious dishes in these

    Stephanie J. says:

    I would make beef burgundy! America’s Test Kitchen has an amazing recipe to make a one pot version. Besides if it is good enough for Julia Child’s first recipe it is good enough for me.

    Chandra says:

    My grandpa’s potato soup. He is no longer with us but one of my favorite memories is when he taught me how to make the soup when I was little 🙂

    Sidney says:

    Beautiful set! I’d make so. much. chili: white bean, chicken, pumpkin, curry…

    Jennifer says:

    Veggie fried rice.

    Jess says:

    Love these and would definitely use them for carrot ginger soup and boeuf bourguignon!

    I would love to make Julia Child’s beef bourguignon!

    Amanda says:

    A beef stew for cold winter days

    Irina C says:

    would make a tomato basil cream soup:)

    Hope says:

    Vegetarian chili-lovely pots,lovely store.

    Andrea Wang says:

    I’d make carnitas maybe every night. 😉

    Wehaf says:

    I would make Jamie Oliver’s chicken in milk – so delicious and perfect any time of year!

    Lindsey says:

    A Staub cocotte has been on my wish list for years! I would make vegetarian chili!

    Abi Weaver says:

    I had this dream about a beef/veggie stew bound into a burger patty so I’d start experimenting with the stew with this set!

    Macie says:

    Coconut curry!

    claire says:

    oh wow. i’ve got a huge list of things i haven’t been able to make without the right equipment, but i would seriously be able to step up my game with this. i’m thinking curried yellow lentil soup, carnitas for taco night, sausage and kale soup, butternut squash and penne with spinach and goat cheese…

    Amy says:

    celery root gratin!

    Alicea says:

    Wow, I’ve. Always wanted a set soups, pork tenderloin

    Heidi says:

    That set looks very heavy. But, I would manhandle it and create some amazing red chile beef in the largest one (roast + el paso + low and slow) or this recipe:

    Haley M says:

    I’d make a tomato basil chicken stew!

    sydney85 says:

    I would make the Irish Beef Stew. Great comfort food for the winter.

    Sarah says:

    I make a pretty mean bison bourguignon but am always dangerously close to spilling over the edges of my smallish cookware. I would love to upgrade to these beautiful pots!

    catherine says:

    These pots make me lose my mind… solid, beautifully designed, smart. And all I can think of cooking is stew (of the vegetarian variety…somehow.) Thank you both for offering such a great giveaway♥

    Shar says:

    Definitely coq au vin. Thank you for the chance to win.

    Chris s says:

    How perfect for a leek porcini risotto! Arborio rice + broth + herbs + mushrooms + leeks, slow cooked divine

    Colleen Long says:

    I would love to make a potato leek soup.

    sarah hughes says:

    My husband would love these!

    Whitney says:

    Osso buco!! Anything slow roasted!

    Julie says:

    I would definitely cook jambalaya in these!

    Jordan says:

    I would make this pork shoulder ragu I am dying to try!

    Jenny says:

    Love these!! And it is chili season! I would first make a chicken chili in these

    Jane says:

    I would definitely cook my favorite beef stew!

    Emily Love says:

    either this delicious looking soup-

    or this adorable (and tasty looking) baked oatmeal!

    Christina says:

    With this weather I’d make my moms delicious chili recipe!

    Brooke says:

    I would make coconut green curry and then little apple crisps in the small one!

    Ashley W says:

    I want to make my Southern family my favorite Midwest soup!

    vanessa says:

    Spicy chicken chili!!!!

    Jennifer says:

    I feel like dutch ovens were made for slow roasted stews!! A short rib stew would be the first thing I’d make!

    Allison says:

    I would make good ole beef stew! Mmmm!

    Deanna Reed says:

    Chicken and dumplings because it’s a family favorite

    Justine says:

    I’ve been trying to get more in touch with my roots and just this past weekend my mom specially taught my siblings and I how to make Vietnamese beef stew, bo kho – I would definitely use these beautiful things to make that

    Stefanie says:

    I would make my favorite beef short ribs in these.

    Dayna says:

    Oh man! I’d make so many things. Thai chicken soup, Indian vegan stews with winter veggies, chicken tagine, scratch made tomato sauce, apple and pear crumbles, ETCETERA !

    PatK says:

    Beef stew!

    Love to try out my Chicken and Homemade Noodles in this!

    Nicole says:

    Vegan pumpkin chili

    Allie says:

    I would make my mom’s delicious white bean chicken chili

    Crystal says:

    Y to the E to the S!

    Crystal says:

    Absolutely first thing I’d make would be paleo butter chicken for the fam!

    Jamie S. says:

    What a fantastic giveaway. I would cook beef stew!

    julia says:

    I would make a big pot of mac and cheese!

    Ansley says:

    So many wintery recipe options with these! Baked eggs will forever be my favorite thing to make in them but the Fennel Leek Soup on the site looks amazing!

    Koseli Cummings says:

    I would make a beautiful beef roast with carrots, potatoes, and onions. A classic that reminds me of Sunday dinners at home. 🙂

    Patti says:

    Chili! I have been eyeing the lovely stuff at Staub. Would be great to win this.

    Alyson says:

    Classic vegetable stew!

    Kelly K says:

    Mmmmm I would whip up French onion soup with lots of melty cheese and crusty bread.

    Elise Towers says:

    I would make a Beef Bourguignon.

    Joy Allen says:

    I would give the set to my mother for her birthday. Then she can make her steak chili for me!

    Jen says:

    Love soups, stews and chilis of all kinds and would like to tackle the coq au vin recipe they have on the site. Looks divine!

    Ola says:

    Pork and veggies!

    Cathy W. says:

    I’d love to cook a good old fashioned beef stew in this set!!

    eva says:

    I’d love to have one of these to make Hungarian goulash or other stews!

    Carmela says:

    I would make a Hawaiian pork roast in this! What lovely cookware.

    Carlen says:

    I’d totally cook my grandmother’s pot roast recipe! 🙂

    Garlic soup (from Smitten Kitchen) would absolutely be made in this!

    Cynthia Kim says:

    All sorts of stews and chili to stay warm during winter in nyc!

    Katrin says:

    Lentil soup with veggies, lemon and coconut cream!

    sarina cass says:

    All the soups!!!!!!!!

    Tracie Cooper says:

    I would love to make my hubby’s favorite Beef Stew!

    heather k says:

    veggie stew and roasted potatoes! or maybe mussels. so many choices

    mary says:

    The creme de la creme of cookware! I’d use these to make soups, stews, and my Prosciutto-Sage Thanksgiving stuffing!

    MFree says:

    Thanks for the opportunity! I’d make a holiday roast or maybe even a loaf of bread!

    Emily says:

    Braised chicken with white wine and capers!

    Kristen says:

    My mom’s famous lentil stew!

    Wren says:

    I would love to make your Winter Soup recipe that you posted on DLF a few weeks ago!!

    amy williams says:

    shepherds pie

    Kelly S. says:

    I have always wanted these. I imagine making a great winter stew or my famous no knead bread

    Kristin V says:

    A warm homemade chicken noodle soup for winter time!

    Maya says:

    Green chile corn bisque

    coral says:

    great giveaway!
    To me enameled cast iron is all about braising so braised pork tacos for a fun party with friends in January sounds good!

    Alix says:

    The cookware would be perfect to make my moms potato and leek soup!

    Nicole says:

    I’d cook a good hearty stew.

    Ally says:

    Vodka sauce !

    Lindsay says:

    chicken chili recipe straight from my mom!

    vivi says:

    lentil medley stew! so good in the cold!!

    Gwen says:

    Chili!!! xo!

    Brooke says:

    My favorite recipe is a vegan chili my boyfriend and I made up during Thanksgiving. It’s extremely tasty especially with some fresh french bread.

    Karla R. says:

    I would like to try the Chicken Braised in Red Wine.

    Eva says:

    Would love to make my favorite lamb and artichoke stew!

    Rachel says:

    A beautiful wintry cozy stew!

    Priya says:

    a chicken curry!

    Nicolette says:

    Soups for the boyfriend 😉

    Kristen M says:

    I’d make my from scratch, chicken and dumplings.

    Jamie says:

    It looks perfect for my favorite soup staple (pea, pesto and arugula):

    abby says:

    I would for sure cook my homemade chicken noodle soup!

    maren says:

    i would be using the pots to make rosemary & olive bread – and soup in the other!

    Sarah says:

    Chicken tortilla soup!

    Melody says:

    Lamb stew!

    Emily says:

    Braised short ribs! Perfect winter food.

    Kristine says:

    beef bourguignonne!

    Robin says:

    It’d be perfect to make osso buco in!

    Maureen Sutherland Weiser says:

    OMG, I love Staub! And I would love to win these gorgeous cocottes! They would get so much use in my kitchen!

    Lisa says:

    Chicken and Dumplings or lots of chickpeas, they’re always better when you cook them yourself!

    Sydney says:

    French onion soup!

    Michelle says:

    Beef stew!

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    Jennifer says:

    I’d buy my mom a Le Creuset pot and my Dad a Nespresso machine! xmas gifts for all!!

    albert says:

    a mean chili 🙂

    joe says:

    would love to surprise my gf with a new dish we learned together in cooking class!

    jamie says:

    so many to pick from! but i would love to make my famous chicken and potatoes stew. yummy!

    Lori Langberg says:

    Would love to make my Turkey Kale soup in one of these!

    Jessica says:

    DYING for one of these pots! My favorite recipe that I would make first would be my famous turkey chili. I also want to learn to make a healing bone broth to keep my family warm and healthy this winter!

    I would love to make Ina Garten’s Company Pot Roast in this. It’s the yummiest recipe for snowy winter days!

    Meg says:

    OMG! I was just jonesing after a white Le Creuset!!!! I would make Irish Beef Stew – yum!!

    Nycal says:

    Ah! Beef Bourguignon for sure!!!

    Micah T says:

    I would love to win this for my wife! We would use the 5.5qt to make a Coconut Butternut Squash Soup, like the one found here:

    We usually add curry or something to add some heat – Bon appetit!

    Olga says:

    I can’t decide.. But it definitely would be one of my mom’s great Russian recipes.

    Renee says:

    Julia Child has a stellar boeuf bourguignon recipe that we use in winter!

    adrian says:

    A julia child favorite, coq a vin.

    Hanna A says:

    The first thing I would cook in these would be my favorite vegetarian chili and cornbread recipe. Yum!

    Jen Ha says:

    I would definitely make a huge pot of Pho! SO YUMMY!

    Alicia Murphy says:

    I love chilli and am always looking for new ways to cook it this one looks great.

    Lauren says:

    A classic beef stew, of course!

    Amanda Mitchell says:

    I would make a big pot of simple roasted root veggies and a perfectly seasoned whole chicken. I would make everything in this set!

    Ashley says:

    I would make a big batch of chili!

    Rebekah says:

    I would love to make a good coq au vin! An excellent holiday dish!

    Danielle says:

    A red lentil soup with kale and carrots.

    Vanessa says:

    Braised short ribs would turn out incredible in one of these pots!

    Andrea says:

    I make winter minestrone for Christmas night dinner. I would love to make it in these pots!

    Michal says:


    Casey H says:

    I’d try Coq au Vin. And if it turns out bad, I’ll go for a classic pit roast:(

    Mercedes says:

    I would braise everything, starting with a milk-braised pork.

    Grace says:

    jamie oliver’s chicken in milk would cook well in a cocotte.

    ashley says:

    My husband and I would cook this !!!!!

    Yolonda says:

    I would make pot roast and veggies!

    Laura says:

    I would love to cook stews and roasts with winter vegetables

    maddie says:

    ugh yes please! I’d do a thai coconut curry stew

    Whitney Vesterfelt says:

    Bone broth, winter squash soup, and tons of stew! Yum!

    Nancy says:

    I think I saw a recipe for bread baked in one of these beauties and I would love to try that!

    Annie says:

    Definitely my favorite cauliflower soup!

    Kassie says:

    Boef Bourguignon. As often as possible!

    Kellie says:

    I would bake bread!

    Christina brown says:

    Moroccan lentil butternut squash chili. Mmmmm my favorite. Love it almost as much as your cookware 💗

    Megan says:

    I would use this to make a huge batch of beef & barley soup!

    Keri Dawn says:

    Definitely some Chili! Always my favorite, the secret is to add some sliced Chilies in Adobo sauce, it adds so much flavor depth to any chili recipe! Sur La Table is like heaven inside! Thanks for this opportunity Bri!

    retha bates says:


    Sawan says:

    This time of the year calls for hearty dishes. These would be great for chilli, stews, pot roasts etc… But my fist meal would be a nice venison stew.

    Bethany says:

    Love the white clean look of these! I’d make a kale and potato soup. It’s the best on a cold winter day.

    Jenny says:

    I love Staub! And love that they brought back the white color. Chicken soup with Kale and Quinoa is a favorite at our house and would get alot of use in a new white Staub Cocotte.

    Evan Leggoe says:

    soup all the way! the thai spiced butternut squash looks awesome.

    Sarah says:

    I’d make my favorite broccoli soup!

    Bobbi says:

    I’m vegetarian but would love to cook ratatouille in these!

    Amy says:

    I’d use this to make Red Wine Beef stew (contains red wine, beef, thyme, carrots, onions, red potatoes, bay leaves, salt and pepper, chicken broth). Throw everything in the pot and it’ll be done in 3 hours. Mmmm.

    steph o says:

    Wonderful giveaway! I’d cook my famous vegetarian split pea soup!

    Rosa says:

    A mushroom and fresh herb risotto would be so yummy to make.

    julia says:

    short ribs!!!! yum!

    LowMe says:

    Italian country chicken! It is so easy and sooo delicious. Can’t wait to cook with these 🙂

    alexis says:

    Le creuset never gets tired, does it? What an inspired way to cook!

    Arden Myrin says:

    I would make my grandma’s pot roast. So yummy on a cold winter’s night.

    Arden Myrin says:

    I would try my best to make my grandma Hilda’s pot roast. So yummy on a cold winter’s night.

    Amy says:

    I would make the Roasted Chicken with Mustard-Thyme sauce.

    Josie says:

    sweeeet. some indian curry for sure!

    Natalie says:

    What beautiful cookware. I can absolutely picture my mom and sisters and I spending a chilly, gray winter day together making great grandma’s chili family recipe!

    Courtney says:

    oooooh how I love these! I can only dream of the delicious potato soup and stew I could make in these beauties.

    Andrenna says:

    I’d cook chicken and dumplins in this beautiful castware!

    Kady Simpson says:

    I would cook the one pot pastas! It’s so simple and there are so many varieties that would work great in these dishes!!!

    Sarah says:

    Love to try the Coq au Vin. Thanks for the giveaway.

    correy says:

    ITALIAN BAKED EGGS – (I have a severe intestinal situation going on so I am forced to eat paleo. This website makes super flavorful grain-free dishes. You should check it out!)

    Natalie says:

    These are lovely! I would probably cook up a nice, hearty chili!

    Marisa says:

    Can’t go wrong with some soup to warm you up!

    Doris says:

    I would try the coq au vin.

    Eric says:

    The tomato and lentil soup looks good! Thank you

    Mariam says:

    My hubby is always up for a hearty chili.

    Jody says:

    I’d love to try a delicious white chicken chili recipe in this!

    Kim says:

    I would make chicken noodle soup from scratch the way my grandpa makes it

    Jill says:

    Dream come true! 🌫🌫🌫

    Lisa says:

    i’d definitely honor the gorgeousness of this pot by starting off with making Julia Child’s classic coq a vin. but oh, i would make so many things… including this pork and pumpkin stew, which is one of our favorites.

    katie says:

    i just found a new chicken stew recipe that i would looove to christen one of these guys with.

    Berna Gallardo says:

    The mini prosciutto club sliders with avocado aioli! So simple yet so many flavors and extra points for being cute and mini

    Emilee says:

    Perfect for our traditional New Years corned beef and cabbage!

    april says:

    The first thing i would make would be a spicy veggie curry!

    Alex says:

    anything + everything

    Maggie B says:

    Soups for days!

    Sarah says:

    Just learned how to make French onion soup and that pot would be perfect for a giant batch

    Emelia says:

    Oh! I’d love these to cook my mom’s famous vegetarian stew. (Happy to share the recipe 😉 My boyfriend and I love to cook so I know these would be used often!

    Caroline says:

    I know for a fact if I won I would cook Jamie Olivers milk chicken. Its my favorite recipe EVER this time of year! It might even be the best chicken Ive ever had.

    Amy Kelley says:

    I see this holding a wonderful chicken or turkey (or veggie!!!) pot pie! Beautiful pieces!!

    Allyson says:

    My boyfriend and I are moving in together and we have the most egregious collection of mismatched pots and pans. SO needless to say I would love these. This is what I have been dying to cook this winter:


    jensen says:

    i think a chicken noodle soup would be the first thing i did to break these pretty babies in! 🙂

    Annalise says:

    I would love to cook my Opa’s chili recipe in these beautiful white pots.

    Campbell says:

    A beautiful roasted root veggie medley!

    Monica says:

    I would make my spicy tortilla soup with goat cheese and roasted grape tomatoes!

    Rachel says:

    SO awesome! I have been dying to make soups with all this rain in Portland and I would love to make my mom’s Italian Wedding Soup!

    Nikki says:

    This set is so gorgeous! I would have to break it in by cooking this tastey recipe for fennel & leek soup:

    Heather says:

    I just moved to LA and had to leave a cast iron Dutch oven behind, they are quite heavy! This would be wonderful to get 3 new ones instead! I’d be cooking up some pot roast and arose con polio for sure!

    Zoe says:

    I love my dutch oven cause it’s so versatile…from braised chicken to soups and cobblers, this thing is the multi tool of the kitchen! Would be delighted to upgrade to a set of 3 different sizes…gee wiz!

    Here’s one of my favorite cold-weather recipes, a la the infamous Ina:

    Emily Small says:

    Being able to cook for all my roommates would be a dream! Definitely all kinds of soup starting with cheese chicken noodle to combat the cold weather!

    MK Solomon says:

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    Roxi says:

    I would definitively cook my mom’s beef stew recipe in this set. 🙂 Slow cook it for 5 hours to get that caramelized taste! <333

    Lilly says:

    I would make my famous summer Corn Chowder that is super healthy and tastes both sweet and savory. Awesome with a homemade biscuit.

    Mary-Kate says:

    I love this white cookware set! I would make beef bourguignon…with no short cuts!

    ambika says:

    Chicken Parmasean Soup! A slightly healthier version of the classic, but equally delicious:

    Christa says:

    These are amazing for slow roasted butternut squash soup (a current favorite) or a to-die-for brisket recipe with kalamata olives. Smells like the holidays!

    shawnee says:

    So many soups and stew to be made… mushroom barley, potato leek, creamed butternut with sage, pumpkin spice…

    Casey says:

    A tagine of course!
    I lived in Morocco for a while with a host family– I’d cook my host mom Amina’s amaaaaazing couscous!

    Karen says:

    I would love these so much!!! So would my mom! She never buys anything for herself and never asks for gifts and this would be amazing.
    I would love to use these for a curry, or work on bourgignone (I probably misspelled that!), or even a fish stew!
    I don’t k ow that I would ever put these away! They’re so beautiful and would probably be in constant use!

    serin says:

    Braised short ribs with creamy polenta!

    Eric Ornstein says:

    coq au vin!!

    Rachel Z says:

    I would use it to make my chili recipe! Perfect for winter.

    Natalie says:

    My partner and I make a stew once a week throughout the winter months. This would be perfect for that.

    Leah says:

    I would make a delicious bean and lentil soup!

    Courtney says:

    Soup of any kind! Probably some tortilla soup or chili! Mmm

    Jared Lambert says:

    I always make brussel sprouts with a creamy sauce when I cook on Sundays. I’d also like to try a minestrone soup in these.

    Mila says:

    White bean soup for sure! Can’t wait.

    Anna Y says:

    Maybe cook a tomato soup that my mom always makes!

    My husband loves it when I make Julia Child’s beef bourginon and it would look perfect in these!

    Kirsten says:

    I’ve had my heart set on a 7qt staub for ages! I’d probably do a roast dinner in order to utilize all three pieces at once simply for the joy of using them! I’d probably end up doing a chicken in the large one, some sort of stuffing in the medium one, and I’d serve a light gravy in the small one.

    Rebecca says:

    I would make coq au vin for me and lamb curry for my hubby! Yum 🙂

    Nina says:

    Definitely something cheesy…. a loaded potato soup sounds delicious <3

    Marina says:

    Some homemade lentil soup would look delish in one of those!

    sara knowles says:

    oh so beautiful! i would love to make a good hearty chili in one of these 🙂

    These would be more than perfect for soup Saturdays all winter long!

    Eva-Marie says:

    I would promptly make my Tuscan White Bean and Kale soup!!

    Kristen says:

    I’ve been meaning to cook a big pot of beet stew! One of my best friends gave me her grannie’s recipe for Borscht and it’s insane! : ) A new pot would be rad!

    Emma says:

    I would use it to make a big batch of Minestrone soup!!

    Susie lee says:

    Korean braised short ribs! Drooling just thinking of it.

    Gabriela says:

    My moms homemade tomato sauce! yuummmy

    Joanna says:

    I would love this for soup making Sunday’s! 🙂

    Kendia says:

    I would love to make some yummy pozole and chicken noodle soup.

    Ooh yum, I would use it to make lots of cozy soups! A new cookware set is on our list of things to buy once our bills are paid off 😉

    Sophie says:

    I would cook Chana masala and cinnamon pinto beans inside!

    Sarah says:

    Vegetarian Chilli 🙂

    madeline says:

    these are amazing! i would cook my favorite white chicken chili recipe in these!

    R. Elisabeth says:

    Definitely would cook my mom’s famous beef stew!! White on the outside, stew on the inside.

    Kristen says:

    Homemade vegetable soup!

    stephanie says:

    some good ol’ homemade chicken soup!

    Rin says:

    What a gorgeous set of kitchen workhorses. Would love to cook up some ground beef chili or risotto in them.

    Lea Anna says:

    Their potato recipes look good:

    I would make my favorite Beef, Barley, and Mushroom soup! 🙂

    Andrea says:

    Nothing better than a veggie soup in the winter (with a side dish of wine).

    Arli Marks says:

    Shrimp étouffée!

    Denise Netzley says:

    White Vegetarian Chili, in stunning white pots! 🍜

    Isadora says:

    A hearty chilli

    Stephanie says:

    Soup Soup and more soup!

    Borscht would look so beautiful in that white pot!

    Monique says:

    I am swooning over these! I would use them for so many recipes but to pick a few: making a sirloin roast with rosemary and red wine, roast chicken with thyme and lemon, and so many soups.

    Carolsue says:

    I would make Chicken Cacciatore or Chicken Coq Au Van

    Marhum says:

    I would definitely cook Kielbasa and White Bean Cassoulet for New Year! My mom would surely love it!

    Erin C says:

    Chicken dumpling soup! My family’s favorite comfort food.

    Katie says:

    I would absolutely cook some hearty chili in this!


    kellie says:

    Ooh, I got my mom a Sur La Table gift card for Christmas. 🙂
    I’d make short ribs!

    B says:

    I would use this to make cioppino!

    Phoebe says:

    Oh this would be perfect for hearty winter soups. Maybe like Pioneer Woman’s cauliflower soup? 🙂

    tiffany says:

    I would make hearty soups for the winter!

    Sarah Byrd says:

    cauliflower dumpling soup! and, sooooooo many other soups!!

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