NEW CASTLE, Del., Sept. 9, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- With Labor Day in the rearview mirror, it's time to harvest and preserve summer foods. Mauviel, the French cookware company famous for its copper cookware, is hosting a harvest recipe contest on its facebook page http://bit.ly/2bZ5rhy. The contest prize package, a Home Harvest Kit, is valued at $830. The contest begins on September 9 and ends on September 30.
The winner of the contest will receive a Home Harvest Kit of products designed to make preserving summer gardens easy. This prize package includes a Mauviel 1830 copper jam pan, a Lekue Herbstick, a Rösle Ladle with Pouring Rim and a Novis Vita Juicer.
Prized in French kitchens, this classic copper pan helps transform fruits into delicious jams, jellies and preserves. Made of heat-responsive copper in a wide, shallow design, it's also useful for making caramel and other high-sugar foods. It's crafted in France by Mauviel, a family-owned maker of fine copper cookware since 1830.
The Lekue herbstick lets a cook freeze a large handful of chopped herbs in olive oil for use later. A cook can simply cut off a chunk or grate the herbstick into stews, soups, eggs or pasta.
The Rösle Ladle with Pouring Rim is one of Rösle's oldest and most popular items. This stainless steel ladle features an offset, 45-degree-angled handle perfect for working with large pans and jars. The 5.4-ounce bowl features a pouring rim to keep mess to a minimum and hook for resting the ladle on the rim of a tall pot.
The Novis Vita Juicer delivers the maximum amount of fresh juice with minimum effort but it is also a food mill extraordinaire pureeing quarts of seedless strawberry, blackberry and raspberry juice for freezing and it also makes short work of processing tomatoes or pomegranates.
For more information, visit Mauviel 1830 at mauvielusa.com.
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