The Speckled Palate
November 7, 2014

Friendsgiving with CW by CorningWare!

This post is sponsored by CW by Corningware. I received a 4-piece set of CW by Corningware, an additional piece of bakeware and a $100 gift card to host Friendsgiving dinner. As always, all opinions are my own. Thanks for supporting brands that support The Speckled Palate.

Friendsgiving with CW by CorningWare {Sponsored} // The Speckled Palate

This past weekend, I hosted a Friendsgiving, thanks to the folks at CW by CorningWare!

We invited some of our friends over for the meal, and pulled it all together with just a little last minute scrambling on my part… then we ate ourselves silly.

Curious what we ate?

I’ll be sharing the recipes next week as a part of #BlogsgivingDinner, so get excited.

I made the following dishes, and they were all out-of-control tasty:

The entire meal was delicious… and it’s got me super excited for Thanksgiving, which is quickly approaching!

Friendsgiving with CW by CorningWare {Sponsored} // The Speckled Palate

I’m so thankful we got the chance to spend such a wonderful afternoon with our friends.

And if you look at these photos, you’ll see a few colorful pieces of CW by CorningWare bakeware making their first appearance here at the blog.

Aren’t they pretty and bright?

Friendsgiving with CW by CorningWare {Sponsored} // The Speckled Palate

CW by CorningWare approached me earlier this fall and asked if I’d be interested in hosting a Friendsgiving event. I (obviously) said yes, knowing I wanted to share more Thanksgiving features this year, and they offered me five pieces of their colorful bakeware line, as well as a gift card to cover the food costs of my event in exchange for a blog post.

Friendsgiving with CW by CorningWare {Sponsored} // The Speckled Palate

As a food blogger, I absolutely love having a variety of bakeware in my kitchen cabinet, and I’m super excited about adding the five colorful CW by CorningWare to my lineup. They add such a gorgeous pop of color to the tablescape, and you can easily mix and match the various pieces. And since I’m one of those folks who owns all white plates and mostly neutral table decorations, any color I can get on the table is a good thing.

Not only is the bakeware colorful, but the pieces nest together for compact storage, come in a variety of sizes and can be used for entertaining or everyday use. And the best part? They’re oven, microwave and dishwasher safe… so that’s a huge WIN for everyone involved! (Unless you’re one of those folks who enjoys scrubbing casserole after casserole after a holiday meal. Which, in that case, maybe this bakeware isn’t for you… and would you like to be adopted by me and come to all holidays at my home from here out in exchange for doing the dishes?)

Friendsgiving with CW by CorningWare {Sponsored} // The Speckled Palate

It was a fabulous event, and I’m thrilled that it turned out so nicely!

Want to learn more about World Kitchen/CorningWare?

Friendsgiving with CW by CorningWare {Sponsored} // The Speckled Palate

From bakeware, dinnerware, kitchen and household tools to range-top cookware, storage and cutlery, World Kitchen, LLC., and its affiliates manufacture and market brands known and trusted around the world. World Kitchen brands include Corningware, Snapware, Pyrex, Baker’s Secret, Chicago Cutlery, Corelle, and more! 

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  1. Erini

    OMG SO PRETTY. I have 0 bakeware… well, I have 1 metal 8×8. Thanks for putting CW by CorningWare on my radar!! It’s definitely going to be on my Christmas list this year! And of course, as always, your food looks AMAZING. Thanksgiving feasts are my favorite and I cannot wait for my own! 🙂

    • Erin

      Isn’t it?! And you definitely need some bakeware, girl. It’s so handy and wonderful! The giveaway for a set of the CW by Corningware will be on November 22nd, so get excited for that!

      Thank you! Thanksgiving feasts are my favorite, and I’m so excited I got to share this with my friends and y’all to hopefully inspire everyone for the upcoming holiday.

  2. Madison | Wetherills Say I Do

    OH MY GOSH, ERIN. I need all of these things. The dishes, the recipes. I’m in love. Can’t wait to see all your fab recipes next week for #blogsgiving!

    • Erin

      Thanks, Madison! You’ll definitely to get to see all these recipes next week, and the bakeware giveaway is coming up in two weeks! Eeee! Hooray for #blogsgiving! I cannot wait!

  3. Erin Kennedy

    Gorgeous photos! What a fun time! Nice job!

    • Erin

      Thanks so much, Erin! We had a blast.

  4. Jenna @ A Savory Feast

    Ok, your table is gorgeous! I love the dishes, the decor, the FOOD! I love how colorful these Corningware products are. I think I need some in my life.

    • Erin

      Aww, thank you, Jenna! I love how a table comes together for a feast like this, you know? And I’ll be hosting a giveaway for a set of CW by Corningware products like the ones I received starting on November 22nd, so be sure to come back to enter to win!

  5. Rachel Ballard

    Okay–wait. Whoa. Back up the bus. You made a turducken? Like, from scratch? As in, you didn’t buy it at the store? You’re so casual about the fact that you made one of the most culinary challenging dishes that I can think of off the top of my head. If I were you, I would have titled this post “HEY Y’ALL! I MADE A TURDUCKEN!” That would have been fitting.

    • Erin

      Ha! I love how this is the thing you took away from the post.

      So… when I contacted my in-laws about the turducken, I assumed I’d be receiving the bird(s) put together and then have to season/bake/stuff/etc. The entire thing was done, right down to the seasoning. So when I said I “made” a turducken, I’ll go ahead and specify: I baked the darn poultry and cut it up… and it was delicious.

      If I weren’t pregnant, I’d love to give making my own a try, but I currently have no time for the process of stuffing a chicken inside of a duck inside of a turkey, making it pretty and then somehow miraculously baking it and not ruining the disaster/masterpiece. Haha.

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