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A Rachel Ray Stoneware

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My cupboards are overflowing with bakeware and cookware, but when the lovely people from CSN stores offered to send me a “Bubble & Brown” 2-Piece Stoneware Baker Set by Rachel Ray, I immediately made room! As though it weren’t gracious enough of them to send me a set, they also wanted to know if I was interested in giving away one of the sets on my blog. Since I love you guys so much…of course I accepted their offer, plus this modern bakeware is so darn cool, who wouldn’t want it? Whether you are looking for a new desk, futon, or bakeware CSN has a great variety of items for the home, so definitely check them out!

Here is what I want you do to be eligible to win…leave a comment telling me how you keep your cupboards organized and explain what you do when they are bulging at the seams!

*Tweet about this giveaway and post a link on my post to your tweet for an extra chance to win!

1.) Open to U.S.A. residents only.
2.) One winner will be chosen on 7/20/09 by using
3.) Make sure that I have a way to contact you when you leave a comment; either through your blog or an email.
4.) One comment per person, please. Plus one *tweet entry; totaling 2 entries per person.
5.) I will contact the winner via email or commenting on the winner’s site.
6.) You have until 7/23/09 to claim the giveaway, or I will have to choose another winner.
7. The item will be shipped to you directly from CSN.

Product Information
1 x 1-Qt. Bubble & Brown Stoneware Baker (blue)
1 x 1.5-Qt. Bubble & Brown Stoneware Baker (blue)
Multiple Use Stoneware – Dishwasher, microwave, freezer safe and oven safe to 500°F for convenience and versatility. The glazed interior is nonporous so foods won’t interact
Contemporary Design – Contemporary, playful shape in a vibrant and fun color goes directly from oven to table. The shallow sides result in crunchy tops for each serving
Easy Storage – all bakers conveniently nest together to save space in your cupboard
Wide Handles – Extra wide handle holes allow you to remove the stoneware from the oven even with bulky pot holders

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Tuesday 21st of July 2009

I don't have that problem yet but I hope to one day. I do love things that stack as the are great space savers.

Jim &Tammy, Meghan and Maddy

Monday 20th of July 2009


I use alot of Tupperware that stacks neatly.

I use wire dividers as well and look for products that stack within themselves.

I go thorugh my stuff periodically and if I haven't used it in a while I toss it.



Monday 20th of July 2009

First time visitor to your blog - saw your Oatmeal Jam bars on a knitting blog and had to get the recipe. Then I saw the Rocky Road, then the got the idea? Everything looks yummy! And, I hate to cook, bake, clean up. Anyway, here I am with a comment about keeping things in order in the kitchen. It doesn't get as messed up when it isn't used much. Live in an older house, so just have large cabinets to stack things, try to keep smaller sizes inside larger, but hubby doesn't understand the method. The flatware is always neat?? Well, need to purchase new forks - they've all disappeared but 2 since #2 daughter re-left home. Either that or they get thrown away with the paper plates ;-) There's an orderly idea!The pantry holds dry on one shelf, canned on another,etc.Most of my cookware is older - being married 40 yrs, so I'd love the Rachel Ray Stoneware, if I'm chosen.Keep up the good work,your recipes will be put to good use. Esp the boxed cake ones!!!


Monday 20th of July 2009

I oraganize my pots & appliances in groups of "used always/often", "sometimes used" and "rarely used". I keep the used "always/often" easily accessible and I keep the "rarely used" downstairs on a shelf.


Sunday 19th of July 2009

i use my oven for storage space! My kitchen is so small i don't have too many other options. Sucks when I have to use the oven though... then it goes on the floor until i'm done! ilean811(AT)

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