WIN a Chasseur Round French Oven Set valued at $618 (Closed)

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(Closed): Congratulations to Elizabeth A, who is the lucky winner of the 2 piece Le Chasseur French Oven set!!! Thank you to Kitchenware Direct for donating the prize and to everyone who entered! ♥

That’s right! Today is the first day of winter in Australia and thanks to Kitchenware Direct I am giving away not one but TWO Le Chasseur Round French Ovens (20cm & 28cm) to one lucky Wholesome Cook reader! Valued at $618!!!

Think of all the delicious soups, stews, roasts, confits and braises you could be making this winter…

Each piece of the French-made Le Chasseur cookware is cast from solid iron and enamelled twice to protect it from rusting and to create a durable and impervious cooking surface. Available in your choice of Sky Blue or Inferno Red, Chasseur cookware performs beautifully from the kitchen to the table. Constructed from heavy cast iron and thickly enamelled, the heating qualities of Chasseur French Ovens allow you to maintain remarkably even temperatures whether simmering on the stove or braising in the oven. Chasseur French Ovens are ideal for a wide array of applications, deglaze and clean easily, and feature heavy cast iron lids with stay-cool phenolic handles that are oven safe to 200C.

Chasseur has been manufacturing quality enamelled iron cookware for over 75 years. The cookware of choice for discerning chefs, enamelled cast iron is prized for its versatility on the flame and in the oven, its even heating properties, its exceptional browning abilities, and the ease with which it can be used and cleaned.

For a chance to WIN this amazing Chasseur Round French Oven Set:

1. Leave a comment on this post, only one per person.

2. Extra entries will be awarded if you:

  • Tell me in your comment what you’d make using your Chasseur Round French Ovens;
  • Subscribe to Wholesome Cook via Email or RSS Feed (great if you are already)
  • Daily: Tweet this giveaway to your followers tagging @Wholesome_Cook
  • Daily: Share the link via Facebook
  • Reblog or mention the giveaway on your blog linking directly to this post

The prize

Donated by Kitchenware Direct, the prize includes: 2 Le Chasseur Round French Ovens  in your choice of colour: Sky Blue or Inferno Red. Capacity: 2.3 litres & 6.3 litres Diameter: 20 cm & 28cm. Valued at $618 (incl free postage).  Note: Not suitable for glass and ceramic hobs. Induction Compatible.

Terms and conditions

Competition is open to anyone with and Australian mailing address. Competition closes midnight (regardless of where you are), Sunday 10th June. Winner will be chosen at random and announced in this post on Monday 11th June.

Good luck! Bonne chance!

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131 Responses to WIN a Chasseur Round French Oven Set valued at $618 (Closed)

  1. This is lovely!
    I would make a Korean healthy stew called SamGyeTang, which is basically boiled chicken with glutinous rice, dates, garlic, etc.
    I’m also already following on GoogleReader 🙂

  2. Martyna, I love Chasseur products and used to sell them once upon a time when I co-owned my cookware store! Such wonderful quality!

    If I won, I would make a braised beef and vegetable dish with vanilla (watch my web site for the recipe very very soon).

    Fantastic competition… happy cooking!

  3. Tara P says:

    Mmm I would make a cobbler, with the pan on the stove top brown the meat, saute the onion and garlic, toss in flour, add wine herbs, stock and other vegetables and cook in the oven for 2hrs on a medium low heat (180C) with the lid on. Make a wholemeal herb and cheese scone mix, cut into rounds and put on the top of the meat and veg, with extra cheese or milk wash if you like turn up the heat to medium high (210C) and cook for 20 minutes with the lid off until golden. Serve straight from the stunning dishes at the table YUM!

  4. Narelle Rock says:

    I would love to create a guiness beef stew for my husband and his parents, to remind them of home (back in Ireland) warm up their insides on these cold winter nights..served with freshly baked soda bread.yum!

  5. The red dishes are amazing, I love them. I would make an awesome curry that I was just given the receipe for. It uses lamb shoulder, so needs to be cooked low & slow, to make it tender & yum! It uses authentic Indian spices & fresh vegetables. Perfect for those cold winter nights & nice & healthy!

  6. Mechelle M says:

    They look great and the variety of healthy dishes that could be made is devine

  7. Cassandra Sharp says:

    I don’t know what I would cook but I’m sure it would come out delicious in one of these!

  8. Jaime Olsen says:

    Such an amazing prize! I would be making lots of stews this winter to keep the family warm and happy 🙂

  9. Michelle P says:

    How exciting!!! I’d make the old classic, pumpkin soup! Always a crowd pleaser. But then again a beef & vegie casserole would be awesome….or maybe lamb shanks? Oh no, too many possibilities 🙂 🙂 🙂

  10. I think i would attempt to make french onion soup from scratch in it

  11. Alana says:

    My mum used to make the yummiest food using pots just like these.. I would try my very best to make some just as good as hers!!

  12. I’d cook a hearty delicious beef casserole with tons of chunky vegetables. Yum!
    Ive signed up via email.
    Tweeted (@FunkieFrog)
    Shared on Faceook

  13. Oh what a fabulous giveaway!! I would love to make a Rabbit Chasseur!! (Good old english rabbit stew!) Just to bring a lil british back into our aussie lives 🙂 And since its a great winter recipes!!

    RSS subscriber 🙂

  14. Eha says:

    Well, it is called a ‘French Oven’ 🙂 ! So, tho’ everything from a curry to a stew to a braise etc et al would cook beautifully in this, I would ‘christen’ it with an absolutely French classic . . . that of Beef Bourguignon – a dish that spells evermore what one can achieve with the right ingredients, some time and lots of love . . . . Oops, would really have to think about the wine also, both for cooking and enjoyment of the cooking . . .

  15. Alicia S says:

    Guinness Beef Stew with hearty winter vegetables, or a lovely lamb roast in a red wine and garlic jus with roast potatoes, pumpkin and onions.

    The red set is devine!!!!

  16. rona says:

    What a wonderful prize,I would make a slow roasted belly of pork,gosh the aromas would permeate the whole house,how good would that be to come to…

  17. Andrew Oppelaar says:

    There is almost nothing that I wouldn’t make in these! We have been eyeing them off for a long time but our budget hasn’t stretched that far.
    Lamb Shanks would be the first lot, Then dumplings, Then a big pot of soup and when New Years comes around they would be the perfect pot for making Olibollen!

  18. ron b lucas says:

    A damper or stew a casserole or 2. maybe chicken soup, some curry’s, stroganoff even delicious sweets for my mottley crew.

  19. Stacey says:

    I would love this! I have always wanted Chasseur cookery, but never been able to afford it, not even remotely close. I would probably use these every night to cook. I used to be the fussiest eater ever (not even classics like lasagne would tempt me) but have recently discovered the magic of vegetables and foods other than instant noodles.

  20. Anita Black says:

    I would cook up a hearty beef stockpot….warming in this cold winter weather!!

  21. Diana Tsiboukas says:

    The first thing I would make in a beautiful Chasseur French Oven would be a lamb roast with all the trimmings 🙂

  22. Kevin Wong says:

    I would be adventurous and try to make a delicious lemon dessert in the French Oven.

  23. Tarshy Treasure says:

    I’d probably make a big pot of chicken noodle soup in one, and a beef, bacon, mushroom and red wine casserole in the other – yum and perfect for Winter. 🙂

  24. annashortcakes says:

    It makes me sad I do not have an Australian address…. Good luck to you all! (btw I would roast a chicken with lemon, thyme, and onion)

  25. Barbara says:

    beef casserole

  26. Jasmine says:

    lamb shanks
    yum yum

  27. Jessie says:

    I would love to make a delicious winter casserole to warm us all up!

  28. Jessie says:

    Subscribed and confirmed for emails 🙂

  29. lori jacobson says:

    mmmm . . . nom nom . . .an amazing date and lamb morrocan stew. It would be cooked to perfection in a flaming red Chasseur Round French Oven (and would look oh so sexy on the dinner table too! )

  30. A Cook says:

    I’ve never owned any cookware worth over $100. Would love to make a real french casserole. I borrow Mum’s Bessemer pot for a lot of dishes. Her homemade stew (similar to Boeuf Bourguignon) is one of my favourites. She has also started cooking African-style curries, but never has big enough cookware. I would love for us to have Le Chasseur cookware…we could have one each (and borrow the other if we needed it).

  31. Lisa See says:

    Shared on FB 🙂 I would cook in my lovely new Chasseur Round French Ovens a nice curry and my famous Osso Bucco! Yummmy!

  32. I would make a beautiful braised red wine daube with onions, parsnips, carrots and leeks.

  33. Liz Wilhelmi says:

    a great curry – slow cooked – yum

  34. What a fantastic prize!! I would make a classic French Beef Bourguignon in the big one and French onion soup in the smaller one. Yum!!!

  35. Shelley Terry says:

    I would make one of family’s favorite winter dishes, a lovely beef casserole, you can’t go past it on a cold winter night.

  36. Julie says:

    I would make a beef and red wine ragu with the Chasseur Round French Ovens =)

  37. DAMN… can only ilke this post – don’t have a Australian addy *SOB*

  38. Lindy says:

    I think I would have to make lots of delicious stews to fill the tummys of my two boys! Love the colours they come in

  39. Maria Dana says:

    WoW that glowing red! This is just so mouthwatering on its own! Right back to the original Diane Holigue recipes for a classic coq au vin for us.

  40. Kitt L says:

    Great competition, I’d make a beef daube, lamb rogan josh, lamb shanks.. these pots are endless flexible.

  41. Jayne S says:

    I’m really missing having access to good cookware at the moment! I would use these ovens to make a range of yummy casseroles, stews and curries! Fresh herbs + tomatoes from my garden and some red wine (some in the dish, some for me) add that extra goodness to my favourite beef casserole mmmm..

  42. Rebecca Johnson says:

    Hi what an awesome prize. I have a Chasseur girdle pan and love, love, LOVE it. It would be great to add to the collection (Red to match the girdle). I would get my husband to cook his famous home made baked beans in the Chasseur pot. We would be having hearty, warm and filling breakfasts for weeks!

  43. dianalesaux says:

    What a good timing.

    I’m going to use it to bake sourdough bread ala Tartine Bakery. Good heavenly crusty bread perfect accompaniment for stews and soups.

  44. I’d cook your Beef Bourguignon, of course… at least once every fortnight!

  45. Cath Hicks says:

    I love making homemade soups all through winter so these dishes would be so perfect! I love both colours ! I love this whole entire comp ! So awesome ! Well done !

  46. Patto says:

    What a awesome prize great for cooking a Irish stew in I would go for thered

  47. Katrina Shields says:

    I would love to win these! However I do have a glass cooktop, so that means I’ll have to get a new one! I’d love to make a hearty winter chicken soup! I also love the blue, would go so well in my kitchen!

  48. Elly says:

    Super excited for this prize!

  49. knott family says:

    My children have always wanted to know what rabbit tastes like. So, my ‘first’ dish in the Chasseur Round French Oven would also be a’ first’ for my children. I’d buy a rabbit from our local butcher, season it, add large chunks of onion and carrot and bake it slowly. Long green beans, creamy mash potato and freshly baked rolls would add the final touches to this wholesome dish of ‘firsts’.

  50. Karen Menzie says:

    My Grandmothers recipe for braised steak and onions. It would almost be like having her back for one last meal.

  51. paprica says:

    Aww… these are so pretty!
    I love to make pot roast, beans, pulled-pork… and with the small one no-knead bread!
    I’m crossing fingers! Come to me~~.
    tweeted and fb-ed!

  52. Courtney says:

    Darn! Good luck to everyone else – what an amazing giveaway!

  53. sara says:

    Awesome giveaway! If I won these, I would make my dad’s famous chicken tortilla soup!

  54. sara says:

    I subscribe to the RSS feed.

  55. Tasha Wilkerson says:

    I’d make broccoli cheese soup!!! I also subscribed via email… Thanks for the chance.

  56. Linda Bullard says:

    If I won these, I would be making so many things in them especially during the winter months. Soups, bread, fruity desserts, but best of all, I would be working on incresing my repetoire of healthy casserole type dishes from all over the world!
    I’ll subscribe to email and share on my facebook daily.

  57. DarlingDonna says:

    I would make a lovely cauliflower and cashew biriyani – perfect for a meat free winter meal.

  58. Nerida King says:

    I would make a classic beef and red wine dish.

  59. Sally Cole says:

    I would make the filling for beef canneloni. A couple of hours slowcooked on the stove, making my house smell divine in the meantime!
    I have also tweeted this comp (@salcole75), and posted to FB, and I am following you via email 🙂

  60. Lorraine Attwater says:

    Can’t wait to cook the family casserole in those blue French Le Chaseur cast iron ovens…

  61. DIANE HTUSON says:

    love to win the lovely blue Le chasseur sast iron ovens, so i can make winter casseroles and soups .

  62. Sonia El-Sheikh says:

    I would make rice with meat wrapped in vine leaves with lemon and oil 🙂

  63. Kelly Ryan says:

    French Chicken in this gorgeous French cookware would go together beautifully, especially with a glass of French wine.

  64. Kiana W says:

    Wow…my husband (the cook in our family) would love this. Not sure what he would choose to cook in but i would love some pea and ham soup cooked on the Aga. YUM!

  65. debjharrison says:

    A green curry chicken in the beautiful red pot – how colourful!

  66. I would live to own some Chasseur pieces. Perfect for creating a decadent Cassoulet with delicious free range pork belly, indulgent duck and home made Toulouse style sausages. Perfect winter comfort food !

  67. Leon says:

    I’d have to try out that Beef Bourguignon recipe with my new red french oven set 🙂

  68. Alison Howe says:

    Irish stew with dumplings.

  69. Jeremy Chou says:

    My grandma’s family recipe for Asian braised beef ribs.

  70. Rachael Rowberry says:

    Bombay Curry would be absolutely awesome, would be my first dish to make if I win. 🙂

  71. Amanda Gorton says:

    My favorite use that can only be created with a Dutch oven is an authentic rich and meaty Lamb Ragù
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  72. Lucy b says:

    Am about to renovate and at this point don’t have funds for new kitchen … But with new French ovens the old kitchen would FEEL new! Would go pot roast crazy.

  73. ben says:

    A vegan dahl with fresh root vegies from the local organic market! Yum.

  74. Estee says:

    Winter is here. These pots will come in handy for all the stews

  75. Sissi says:

    The pans look gorgeous! I have been meaning to buy something from le Creuset for a long time. Good luck to all the Australians!

  76. Sharon Fawcett says:

    I’d choose the ripping red one because I’m sure it would cook a lot faster and on these chilly winters day’s I would whip up a tasty rabbit stew, wholesome and healthy.

  77. lola sader says:

    I would cook a lot of curries.

  78. i would love the blue set as it would compliment my La Chasseur frypan that i use all the time.
    i would make a lovely roast chicken and garlic meal that i found in my $120 food challenge cookbook last night. Sandra has a great recipe in there but i cant make as i dont have a large round oven dish

  79. Very elegant French Cast iron cookware for healthy cooking using healthy method.

  80. Kathy says:

    Veal Osso Bucco in a blue a Le Chasseur round oven: perfect! Not only would it be cooked perfectly, it’d look good whilst cooking.

  81. Kim FitzRoy says:

    Winter is here and its time to feel alive
    With Le Chasseur my kitchen will thrive
    An amazing prize
    Two of a diferent size
    Great for cooking
    Not to mention fabulous looking
    I would use for so many culinary treats
    For my family to eat
    jams, stews, sauces for every age group
    and of course my granmothers delicious veggie soup
    These two ovens would look fabulous in my kitchen
    With no other ovens would I be switchin’

  82. Anita says:

    What fantastic colours! Guarenteed happy cooking with those! 😉

  83. Ally L says:

    A Lamb HotPot! My Winter fave, and always soooo yummy!

    Have subscribed, tweeted (@oozzle) and shared on FB – Ally Lee

  84. Feroza says:

    I would make Hubbys favourite which is lentils, lamb, barley, wheat, all spice, salt, pepper, flour, coriander, ginger, garlic, cumin, mace. A traditional meal that I don’t cook well with my junk shop pots!!

  85. Sandra Mills says:

    Slow Cooked Chicken with Garden Vegetables & a French Onion Sauce

  86. Jussy Liane says:

    Shared on facebook and twitter (AlohaHoney68).

    I would make my delicious Coconut Chicken Curry and my mum’s Seafood Paella – fabulous comfort food perfect for Winter!

  87. Shumaila says:

    This sounds great! I would love to make some biryani in it!

  88. Shared on Facebook
    In the big Pot I’d make a lovely hot pot in the large pot , while at the same time I’d make a chocolate self saucing pudding. 2 pot Dinners love it . OH LA LA

  89. Karl Bartlett says:

    One off of the best thing you can have in your kitchen.

  90. Pauline says:

    WOW What a great prize!

  91. Bronte Duke says:

    Lamb Ragout. Oh, the smells that will fill the house!

  92. rsmacaalay says:

    Can New Zealanders join 🙂 I would love to have that.

    • Hi Raymund, unfortunately they can be only shipped to an Australian address… They weigh a ton. If you know someone (other than me – it would be unfair on others) who will hold it for you, I will count you in the draw.

  93. Meg Attwater says:

    Shared on Facebook and Twitter.
    My grandmothers recipe – Lamb Casserole with Herb Dumplings. My grandmother swears by her Le Chasseur cast iron oven and I listen to my grandmother when it comes to cooking!

  94. Ray Nielsen says:

    Oxtail Stew. I havn’t cooked it for years. I think it is about time I did.

  95. Kalyn Seifer says:

    I would make some great french onion soup.

  96. Leighbee says:

    I am already looking forward to chilly weather to make a pot roast! These dishes (and yours) are beautiful!

  97. Alyssa says:

    I would make taco soup. Would cook perfectly in this!

  98. Marisol says:

    I would like to make a soup we eat in Mexico called pozole. It is made with hominy kernels, chicken, tomato and dried chiles such as chile guajillo and chile ancho. Yumm!

  99. Shannon says:

    Those are the coolest! I would make my own stew I believe.

  100. Claire Simmons says:

    What an awesome prize! If If won, I’d never leave my kitchen 🙂

  101. Emily Clarke says:

    I love these beautiful pots! Absolutely amazing to make any slow cooked dishes, in particular I would make a rich osso bucco or a ragu in them. Or even a roast chicken! Also want to make a chocolate self saucing pudding in one as they tend to cook them just perfectly.
    I also follow you on google reader 🙂

  102. Elizabeth A says:

    These are the one thing my kitchen is missing to create such delicious meals as chicken noodle soup, garlic and lemon chicken casserole, and authentic chilli con carne!

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  103. Emily says:

    Probably Osso Bucco, never made it but always wanted to!

  104. I would make a warm hearty casserole… perfect for winter 🙂

  105. cathie says:

    this style of cookware is indispensible in the kitchen, you can take it from stove top to the oven. brown your meat and add your stock then either turn it down real low on the stove or on low in the over for delicious slow cooked stews and goulash, and bourguinon.
    I would want the red one if I won. Thanks.

  106. cathie says:;postID=3107863337255007685
    shared on my blog, tweeted and shared on facebook and google +
    A little red french oven
    to put on my stove top
    Oh the things I would make
    All the recipes from my cook book
    A little bit of hungarian one day
    Maybe a yummy stew
    An indian chickpea curry
    From stove top to oven
    everything in one
    easy to clean
    enough leftovers for the neighbours
    Yes my peom doesnt rhyme
    Maybe if I added some thyme
    Thanks for posting this great competition

  107. Victoria Hunter says:

    Love the blue pots! I’d make a lovely warm pot roast, perfect for winter evenings.

  108. Kylie Staples says:

    Love the red ones…. will be making Coq au Vin for starters, long flavour filled soups, beef stronganoff…. so many options….

  109. No knead in pne and beef bourguinon in the other. Hungry just thinking about it. Talk about winter warmers. 🙂

  110. Ellen says:

    The largest would be perfect for braising meltingly tender lamb shanks, while the smaller would be used to pair a warm oozy chocolate pudding for dessert!! Only in winter would I be that Indulgent, but this cookware deserves celebration!!

  111. Nicole gobby says:

    Well I would cook red wine and garlic glazed Lamb shanks with Moroccan couscous

  112. Debbie O says:

    With winter here I’d start with a yummy casserole and my husbands favourite, lamb shanks. And then I’d buy a recipe book filled with recipes for cooking in French Ovens, start at page 1 and cook my way to the end. I’d be in heaven!

  113. Clara says:

    Would love to win these pots to get ready for winter stew season 🙂

  114. MelodyJ says:

    Great giveaway!
    I would make soup or stew.


  115. winter season is upon us
    cooking with Le Chasseur cookwear will make my dishes the best

  116. Maureen says:

    This would be perfect to make Italian pasta sauce. My husband and I are trying to learn how to do this. My husband’s Italian grandmother and mother have given us their recipe and it is just a matter of trial and error.

  117. Maureen says:

    I am a follower via Rss reader feed.

  118. I would first try out my grandmothers famous Veggie Soup, then I would become a bti more adventurous and try out recipes I’ve never even heard of before 🙂

  119. chris says:

    i would make stuffed peppers

  120. Lauren says:

    Amazing! I would cook tandori chicken

  121. Brandy says:

    Oh, my dream! I’d love to make a good veggie chili.

  122. Emily says:

    Great giveaway! I’d love to win!

  123. Corrie says:

    This is a great giveaway! I love the red set:)

  124. Carissa McCarty says:

    Le Chasseur cookware looks so great and makes cooking so exciting. I know my first dish would be our favourite “Cajun Chicken Gumbo”, it is a dish that I enjoyed so much when I was living in America with my boyfriend, now husband. I love the okra and spices that give it a flavour like nothing else we cook, love it!



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