Free Food Fridays: Win a Copenhagen GreenPan from Todd English’s Cooking Line- ENDED

This Friday, we are happy to tell you that this week’s awesome prize came straight from the collection of chef Todd English. Keep reading to learn more about the GreenPan and how it can change your experience in the kitchen! Happy Friday, readers!

This week’s prize is the Todd English GreenPan with Thermolon Copenhagen-Style 8’’ Open Frypan

Make your dinner preparations a pleasure courtesy of GreenPan’s excellent Thermolon non-stick performance. Culinary adventures await!  This piece, along with all products from The Todd English GreenPan collection, are sold exclusively on They are the first completely PTFE-free non-stick cookware utilizing revolutionary Thermolon technology. Unlike most other non-stick cookware, these pots and pans can tolerate a high temperature (pans to 850 degrees, lids to 420 degrees) so they can easily go from stove to oven!

GreenPan Features:

-High heat resistance (850 degrees)
-Offers stovetop-to-oven versatility
-Perfect for searing, frying and baking
-Heavy-gauge aluminum construction
-Provides perfect heat distribution for even cooking and excellent browning without hot spots
-Thermolon nonstick coating
-Retains heat, moisture and flavors for great results
-Stainless steel riveted handle with finger grips
-Stays cool under normal stove-top conditions

The Prize: One (1) winner will receive a Copenhagen GreenPan from the Todd English HSN collection!

Timeline: This giveaway will run until July 5th, 2012 at 11:59pm CDT.  A winner will be chosen at random and contacted via email on Friday, July 6th.

How to Enter:

Mandatory Entry: Leave a comment telling us why you need to update your cookware with Todd’s fantastic GreenPan!

Optional Additional Entries (leave separate comments for each one telling us that you’ve done them):

1. Leave a message for Recipe4Living on Facebook.

2. Tweet to  Recipe4Living on Twitter.

3. Post about this giveaway on Facebook or Twitter, linking back to this page.

Best of luck!


  • Sheila Foley

    I have noticed that the surface of my non stick pan is starting to peel-not safe

  • Sheila Foley

    I tweeted the giceaway message as @celticrn

  • Sheila Foley

    I left a message for Recipe4Living on Facebook as sheila tf.!/Recipe4Living/posts/10151057376181054

  • Amy DeLong

    mine are old and burn stuff easily

  • Julie

    I am down to one fry pan-this looks like a great one to have

  • Jennifer B.

    Our cookware is old and dated. The finish has come off of the pans and they are pretty beat up.

  • Jennifer B.

    Following you on Twitter and tweeted to you. @fangirljen

  • Jennifer B.
  • Liz Terek

    Because my sons have destroyed all my cookware with their cooking

  • Susan Climan

    Because I’m so frustrated with food sticking to my “non-stick” pans even though I coat them with oil or Pam before using!

  • susan smoaks

    i have really old cheap cookware so i need to update it with this amazing pan

  • Kat Emerick

    I do not have a good pan for searing and this would be ideal to have.

  • Kat Emerick

    I left a message for Recipe4Living on Facebook.

  • christal c willdebbie

    I remodeled recently and it would be nice to update my pans as well

  • Ann Council

    My pans are old, burned and chipped.

  • shirley zolenski

    All my pans are starting to chip

  • shirley zolenski
  • Rosey

    All of our pans are bent from when our toddler was younger and used to get the pans out (no matter where we secured them) and bang on them for fun noise. We could use an update.

  • Sand

    I need to update my cookware because my current ones are warped.

  • meme

    I wouldlike this because my pans are so old that the teflon is peeling off

  • heather c

    Scratches, burn marks and black spots mar my current pan. Could really use a new one! This looks like a great replacement!

  • Jessica

    I need new cookware because my big pan’s handle just broke off and I’m trying to be more green in all aspects of my life.

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