Monday, November 2, 2009

Giveaway- Emile Henry Tarte Tatin Pan


We have more apples than we know what to do with and yesterday we decided to make a Tarte Tatin, an upside down apple tarte, as a family. Christian peeled the apples, I caramelized the pan, Enzo helped lay the apples on the pan and we all ate the final product. We recently received an Emile Henry Tarte Tatin pan to review and we loved the results so much so that we want to give you an Emile Henry Tarte Tatin pan (retail price $120).

This one actually. 

Visit the Emile Henry website to learn more about their products and the different recipes you can try with this pan, for example tomato and mozzarella tatin? Yes please!

Giveaway rules-
  • you have until Monday of next week (November 9th) to leave a comment telling us what you would make with this pan. It could be the classic Tarte Tatin, it could be something else like a pretend tatin made with play-doh that you and your child created together. It can be whatever you want.
  • For each additional entry you can follow this blog, twitter this post, write a post on your blog about this giveaway, or subscribe to this blog. Just make sure that you leave an extra comment for each of these extra lovely things that you decide to do.
  • Open to U.S only.
  • Winner will be posted here next week Tuesday (November 10th)
Good Luck and check back this week for more apple recipes!
 
(original picture from Emile Henry)

congratulations to Hen Jen number 76 for winning the Tarte Tatin pan.

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188 comments:

Anonymous said...

I would make a pear, parsnip, gruyere tart...my mouth is watering already.

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Tracy said...

I would make the Upside-Down Apple French Toast with Cranberries & Pecans for christmas brunch..YUM!

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sweepmom said...

The Onion/Tomato Tarte Tatin recipe looks good.

Sydney said...

I would make a simply delicious apple cinnamon tart. All the posts are really making me hungry!

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peg42 said...

The Upside-Down Apple French Toast with Cranberries & Pecans recipe sounds wonderful. Thanks so much.

katzkids said...

The Tomato & Mozzarella Tatin sounds really good.I would make that.
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dawns41 said...

I would love to make the Carmelized Peach Tatin Recipe.

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LittleEagle said...

The Galician Roasted Potatoes recipe sounds so good that I am going to make it tonight. sharonaquilino(at)hotmail(dot)com

Fuji Mama said...

Ok, I LOVE the classic tarte tatin, and so does the family, so I'd probably start with that! Then, I would probably make a potato, red nonion, goat cheese tatin...and then...

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Mayhem and Moxie said...

Ohhh! Is there anything better than the Emile Henry cookware line? Um, no. I would love to win this!

As for what I would cook in this pan? A classic pan deserves a classic tart, yes? :)

Future Grown-Up said...

Considering I've never made a tarte tatin I would have to start with that. I feel like I've lived a sheltered life having never made one.

sienna said...

definitely something with apples, before they all go bad. i can only eat so many a day (even covered in peanut butter).

Kaity said...

I would make an apple and peach tarte. My mouth is watering just thinking about it.

Meikjn said...

I love a good pumpkin pie.

Karla_S said...

pear and ginger, or persimmon tarte tatin. Since my kids won't eat those fruits plain. Dessert it up and it goes in just fine.
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tatertot374 said...

I would like to try the Onion/Tomato Tarte Tatin recipe. Yummy
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Heather said...

I would make a Tarte with berries and apples for fall.

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chelsea said...

That looks awesome! Chelsea

Olga said...

I'd love to win :)
I think an apple tart with cranberries would be great.

Faither said...

Love potatoes, so it would have to be the Galician Roasted Potatoes recipe

ezmerelda said...

Im a potato girl too, so I'd go with the Galician Roasted potatoes.

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JC said...

I'd like to make apple caramel tarte!

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~ Cee ~ said...

I am not entirely sure of the recipe, but would make some sort of pastry involving ham, sliced new potatoes, and a slightly pungent cheese. Mmm. Thank you for this giveaway! ceevegnashville [at] gmail [dot] com

Haggatha said...

I think I'd like to try all of the recipes but the Upside-Down Apple French Toast with Cranberries & Pecans is calling my name. It sounds so heavenly. what a great giveaway, thank you.

Colengal said...

That looks like it would be perfect for a deep dish pizza. not too deep, not too big. .. just right

llinda29 said...

I will try Butternut Squash Olive Risotto recipe

sweetsue said...

This is the first I have heard of a tatin-cool! I would make the Galician Roasted Potato
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julis55 said...

I will try Butternut Squash Olive Risotto recipe

Tes283 said...

I did not see a recipe for Germain Apple Pancake. That is what I want most. Yet, 1 minute + 15 second of watching that apple video had me drooling. I am still drooling. Thank you for letting me know about this place.

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angela@spinachtiger said...

I would make the classic recipe to begin with, but then who knows.

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Anonymous said...

I feel like it's the right time of the year to make a really nice apple dish. I'd make one.
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mogrill said...

I'd make Caramel Apple Torte. Thanks for the chance.
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Carol EL said...

The Upside-Down Apple French Toast with Cranberries & Pecans recipe would be what I'd try. jelly15301@gmail.com

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clc408 said...

I'd love to make one with pears for Thanksgiving dessert.

Anonymous said...

a really nice apple dish sounds great

Jean said...

I would try the tomato and mozzarella tatin

samarcy said...

ive never made one, but i would love to try the caemel apple torte

mensa63 said...

Love their oval Dutch oven. As for this pan I would use it for crumbles and berry tortes, and large s'mores. Could line it with a graham crackercrumb shell, pile on chocolate and mini marshmallows and more cracker crumbs on top and pop into oven. Yum! Yum!

CrazyDaisy said...

I would make a berry tart! hope I win thanks!

PAIGE said...

I'd make Dutch Pancakes with apples and cinammon. MMMMMMmmmm

courtneystoffel said...

I would make the Carmelized Peach Tatin recipe. Yummm!

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Tina12312 said...

So hard to pick! But the Upside-Down Apple French Toast with Cranberries & Pecans would make a lovely Christmas breakfast! Thank you!

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janeh said...

all of the recipes on the website sound wonderful, but I can't resist the Upside-Down Apple French Toast with Cranberries & Pecans recipe.......yum!

Molly K said...

I would love to try this recipe from the site-Galician Roasted Potatoes. It sounds really good.

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jbeckett said...

I'd try the Galician Roasted Potatoes at the Emile Henry website.

Kim said...

I would love to make a banana tarte. Never had one and not sure how it would turn out but I'd definitely try.

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Vicki said...

I'd have to start with the classic. And then play with different fruit. Pear, maybe?

bleush said...

A classic Tarte Tatin.

Tonya M said...

I would probably start with a classic apple tarte tatin and then try a savory tarte... mmmm

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samsakara said...

I would make the carmelized peach tatin

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turboterp said...

I've never made Tarte Tatin before, so my first effort would be the original recipe. Thanks!

cstironkat said...

I would love to make the Dutch Apple Pie with Crumb Topping recipe

Hen Jen said...

oh wow, I think I would try a pineapple upside down cake in it, I always wanted to try one.

Kassy said...

I would probably make an apple tarte tatin. Yum!

ephrat said...

I'm embarrassed to say I didn't even know what a tarte tatin is, but now that I do I *so* want to make one! I've been craving apple-cinnamon flavored cakes, so I'd probably start with that. However, something savory with tomato and onion sounds amazing...

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Brian S said...

I'd use it as a noble dog-bowl. The included spill-plate will stop slurp-dribble.

Kidding of course, I cracked my E.H. Tajine in a move and will console myself with a "French upside-down Apple Pie"

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Starre said...

I've never made an apple tarte tatin so I would start with that

incrediblecrunchyflavor said...

cranberry upside down cake!

Colin's Mom said...

After seeing that Apple Tart Tatin and realizing I have way too many apples in the fridge, I think it's calling my name!! Thanks, I'd love to win this beauty!

idahomom said...

Apple and Peach Tarte

Happi Shopr said...

the first thing i'd make is the tomato/onion recipe. trinitygsd at yahoo dot com

Ciao Chow Linda said...

Why mess with perfection. I'd make a tarte tatin.

texaslady22 said...

I'd make a goat cheese tartin!

chromiumman said...

a few days ago, i came across a recipe for a pear tarte tatin, i'd try that

supermax said...

love to make the Carmelized Peach Tatin Recipe

LindaD said...

The Upside-Down Apple French Toast recipe at the Emil Henry website sounds wonderful for a Sunday brunch!

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Erica C. said...

The Upside-Down Apple French Toast sounds amazing! Thanks :)

Deb said...

Wow, they all look good,, but especially the Upside-Down Apple French Toast with Cranberries & Pecans recipe. Thanks.

roseh2o19 said...

upside down french toast

ShesAnAngel said...

I would make that Tomato and Mozzarella one, my true faves!

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JRG said...

Bacon and eggs - think that would work on this pan?

cowboyswife said...

Monkey Bread

heaventrees said...

I would try the Upside-Down Apple French Toast with Cranberries & Pecans recipe.

Sonya said...

I'd love to made a ham and cheese tarte!

CDStardust said...

I would have to make the original Tarte Tatin! Thanks for the giveaway, I would love to own one of these!

jill190 said...

Tomato & Mozzarella Tatin it is melting in my mouth right now. Thank you for the giveaway.

etrnlone said...

i agree, The Tomato & Mozzarella Tatin, looks absolutely yummy, this would be it.

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AEKZ2 said...

I'll make some garlic potatoes.

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Aisling said...

I can think of all kinds of things to make in this pan, but I'd really love to try the Upside-Down Apple French Toast with Cranberries & Pecans recipe shown at the Emile Henry site.

Anonymous said...

mmm....apple/cranberry upside down one-
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Jackee Ann said...

I would love to make the Carmelized Peach Tatin recipe in this pan, yum!
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Kimberly said...

I would use this to make an apple crumble. It looks like the perfect depth.

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Meg said...

It's hard to choose what I'd make first! I'd love to try the onion & tomato tarte - sounds divine!

sharonjo said...

I would make a chicken (or turkey with Thanksgiving later this month)pot pie! Great giveaway! Thanks! senekers@comcast.net

Hotsnotty2 said...

I would love to try to make the Tomato & Mozzarella Tatin, thanks!

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Anonymous said...

This is a perfect gift for my mother. Money is tight and she loves to bake and would really enjoy this.
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Susan said...

I think I would love to try the Galician Roasted Potatoes in the Emile Henry Tarte Tatin Pan. Since the grandkids aren't used to chard we'll have to use it later to make them something like Mac 'N' Cheese

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The Upside-Down Apple French Toast with Cranberries & Pecans recipe this is what I would love to make---sound like heaven!!
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I'd start with the tomato & mozzarella most likely.

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Emile Henry Tarte Tatin recipe

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miriama said...

This is of real interest to me because I have decided to make a pear tarte tatin but don't have the right cookwear. I am tempted by the carmelized pear tatin, though!

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Kira said...

YuM! I'd make breakfast, lunch and dinner in it! Starting with a dutch apple pancake, my kids' favorite meal!

Deborah said...

I'd definately make Tarte Tatin - my last one was such a mess because I didn't have the right pan. I'd also make Vidalia Onion Tartes! They're so yummy and would contrast so nicely in this pan. asthenight at gmail dot com

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Anonymous said...

I love to bake treats for my family. I've never heard of these though... They look delicious! I would start with an Apple Tart and a Cherry Tart though. The classics before experimenting. :)

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Magenta said...

I would love to make a seafood quiche in this beautiful to look at pan

Leslie S. said...

I would try the Carmelized Peach Tatin.Thanks!

FDP 4 Life said...

the apple tart would be the first thing i made

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Reeva said...

i'd make an apple blueberry tart

jw1966 said...

Would love to try a cherry tart.. yum

whysoitenly5 said...

I would make the Carmelized Peach Tatin. I have never heard of this pan, but now I really want one.

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Suzi said...

My daughter made a tarte tatin for my husband and i this past weekend. it was devine. I would suprise my talented daughter with this specialty pan and let her make us another tarte tatin. She would be so happy to receive such a special pan.

carolpie said...

I love this brand! What an amazing giveaway!

I would make a pear with brown sugar and butter tart in this pan. Yummy!

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Mary said...

I would make the carmelized peach tatin. It just makes my mouth water.

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Lisa said...

I would make a pineapple tarte tatin. Thanks for the giveaway!

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js22 said...

actually, I can't imagine anything I'd like better than the Tarte Tatin. Apples are in season in NY state right now and they are so-oo--o-o-o good!

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Alma said...

I would make an apple cinnamon tarte tatin.

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rlgrady said...

I would try the Upside-Down Apple French Toast with Cranberries & Pecans recipe. That sounds delicious!

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Oh yum! I would make this too! Upside-Down Apple French Toast with Cranberries & Pecans , that sounds so good!

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kimbly said...

I would make a classic tarte tatin

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Gianna said...

Tarte Tatin made with honeycrisp apples :)

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For the first use I would HAVE to go with the classic Tarte Tatin!

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The Carmelized Peach Tatin recipe looks SO good! I'd try that first! Thanks!!

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Mama Hill said...

I would make the caramelized peach!

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Atreau said...

The pan is perfect for a crustless quiche.

Heather said...

tarte au citron, s'il vous plait. :-) merci!

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I would make a pear tart, we love them!

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I would make a Quiche Lorraine with the Emile Henry Tarte Tatin pan

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