August 3, 2011

Denby USA Cookware

I have been so lucky lately to get to work with companies who make such incredible products.

Denby USA is another of those companies who produce exceptional products and care for their customers by using top quality ingredients and the best customer service.  I know I sound like a commerical but it is true!

I was offered the opportunity to try out one of their James Martin Dine Cookware dishes.  "Denby and James Martin have come together to create the perfect tableware range. Beautifully crafted with stylish and innovative features."  They are oven, dishwasher and microwave safe but, the best part is NOTHING sticks to them.  You could make anything in them and bake it for hours and literally rinse it out in the sink.

I got to try out the Cook Divided Dish which allowed me to bake two different casseroles at the same time in the same dish!  It was awesome!  I made a broccoli casserole in one side and a squash casserole in the other.

For the squash casserole:
2-3 yellow squash
1/4 yellow onion
Salt/Pepper to taste
2 tbs. butter
1/4 can cream of celery soup
1/2 cup of cheddar cheese
1 egg
10 Ritz crackers (crushed) 

First, cut up your veggies.

Next, mix them together and add salt and pepper: 

Then, add the egg and stir well: 

Pour in your cream of celery soup and mix: 

Then add cheese and stir it all well.  (okay, that might be a little more than a 1/2 cup)

Finally, top with butter and Ritz crackers: 
Then just pour that into half your James Martin Cookware:

NOW..for the Easy Broccoli Casserole:

1/2 cup rice
1 cup broccoli
1/2 cup cheese

Add rice, broccoli and water in cook pan to boil:

After cooking for a few minutes you can add the cheese and milk if desired.

Finally add the cheese and pour into other half of casserole dish (yes, these were two cheesy dishes).

They both baked up perfectly!  Yummo!

But, the best part was, after we ate all the food, I literally rinsed the pan with the sprayer from the sink and it looked like this:

Then, I rinsed it once more with a little bit of soap just to make sure it was bacteria free, but it wouldn't have been necessary.  There was absolutely NO scrubbing involved.  I am in love with this casserole dish.  I wish I had the one big enough for lasagna.

The best part is, the great folks at Denby is offering up one of these casserole dishes for one lucky reader to try in your own home.  Just visit their website and see what you like.  Leave me a comment telling me which of their products you would like to try.  Then next Friday, August 13th I will draw a winner via

As always, if you are a follower you can leave two additional comments saying so which will give you THREE chances to win the Denby cookware.  Good luck!


choppy said...

That looks soooo good.

Mike Thornhill Photography said...

Easy clean casserole dish?? Gimme one of them.

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Rusthawk said...

I like the Halo Dinnerware in blue from Denby.

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Rachael West said...

Ok I feel like I've lost my mind because I KNOW I totally commented already - this pan looks awesome and I'd love to have one.

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And 2 :o)

Anonymous said...

Eddie's Lost again. Boy lady you have a lot of things going on. I am trying to win something, I guess I will have to talk to your husband and have him help me on this blogging.

Anonymous said...

I hope you are right about the no scrubbing, you have no idea how i can burn things. Just ask my wife. heheehee

Anonymous said...

I forgot to mention, I drop things in the kitchen.