Pampered Chef Rockcrok Giveaway

Pampered Chef’s Rockcrok is the must have item for fall cooking! I’m giving a Rockcrok away (and some awesome serveware!!) to one lucky Tasty Fork Reader. The Rockcrok can be used on the stove, oven, microwave and grill. The Rockcrok is perfect for savory soups, warm casseroles and tender roasts.

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The Rockcrok helps you cut down on dish duty so you can spend more time actually enjoying a meal with your family. This cookware’s high heat resistance lets you broil, bake, brown, stovetop cook, microwave and even grill – all in one pan! Its unique blend of clay materials allows for higher heat retention, keeping food hot longer, and no pre-seasoning or soaking is required. Bottom line: it’s the one dish you need to do it all. The Rockcrok has two size options – 2.5 qt Everyday Pan & 4 qt Dutch Oven.

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I had the opportunity to try the Everyday Pan Rockcrok last weekend to make something special for Jim since our anniversary is on Tuesday. I wanted to get the full range of the Rockcrok, so I decided to braise short ribs — the cooking method requires stove top and oven cooking. I must say, I loved how nice it was to have an oven safe pan at this size. Many of my oven safe pans are large. The Everyday Pan fit 8 tasty beef short ribs just perfectly. I love how easy it was to have only one pot to clean! When I’ve made short ribs in a crock pot, I always brown the meat and vegetables before putting them in the slow cooker. Problem solved! The glass lid is also a nice touch. You can look directly into your meal and see how things are cooking. I can’t wait to make more recipes in the Rockcrok!

Braised Beef Short Ribs cooked in Rockcrok. Win a Pampered Chef Giveaway on The Tasty Fork. #shop

Braised Beef Short Ribs

Ingredients

  • 2 pounds bone-in beef short ribs
  • Salt and pepper
  • 2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 medium onion, chopped
  • 2 medium carrots, chopped
  • 2 celery stalks, chopped
  • 2 tbsp all-purpose flour
  • 1 tbsp tomato paste
  • 2 cups dry red wine
  • 2 cups beef stock
  • 10 sprigs flat-leaf parsley
  • 8 sprigs thyme
  • 2 sprigs rosemary
  • 1 head of garlic, halved crosswise
  • additional parsley, for garnish

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Season short ribs with salt & pepper. Add oil to Rockcrot, and once the oil is hot, brown short ribs on all sides. You may have to brown short ribs in batches. Set short ribs aside when done browning.
  2. Add onions, carrots and celery to the Rockcrot. Saute for 5 minutes, or until onions are translucent. Add tomato paste and flour; stir until well combined into the veggie mixture. Continue to stir and cook for about 3 minutes. Slowly stream in wine and bring to a boil. Add the short ribs back to the Rockcrok. Let the mixture simmer for 20 minutes. Add beef stock & stir. Add all of the herbs and garlic. Cover Rockcrok and cook in the oven for 1 hour.
  3. Remove short ribs from Rockcrok. Spoon out all other ingredients except the cooking liquid. Taste sauce and season with salt & pepper. Pour sauce over short ribs. Garnish with chopped parsley. Serve short ribs with polenta or mashed potatoes.
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Braised Beef Short Ribs cooked in Rockcrok. Win a Pampered Chef Giveaway on The Tasty Fork. #shop

I served these short ribs with Goat Cheese Polenta. Recipe is from The Pioneer Woman.

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174 Responses

  1. Sand says

    I would make beef stew.

  2. Just a Mom says

    Chili, pot roast (haven’t made one in ages!), beef stew… so many things…

  3. Theresa says

    I would love to make some barbecue ribs!

  4. heather baker says

    pot roast or stew

  5. tim says

    Chicken stir fry

  6. Vikki Billings says

    I would make a big pot of Chicken and dumplings

  7. K. Cleaver says

    I’d make a pot roast and then turn the meat into a meat pie.

  8. Alicia says

    I would make chicken marsala.

  9. Richard Hicks says

    Would make a nice hot chicken stew for these cooler nights

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  10. LaNan Ray says

    BBQ Ribs, Beef Stew.

  11. Kimmy says

    I would make this recipe because those short ribs look amazing!

  12. Breanne says

    I’d make beef stew.

  13. Rebecca Lock says

    Pot roast with vegetables

  14. Angela Cash says

    I would use the RockCrok to make white bean chili.

  15. Lisa Garner says

    I would make chicken and dumplings.

  16. Rebecca Peters says

    I would make a pot roast

  17. Katie G. says

    Roast leg of lamb, yummy!

  18. Tanya White says

    I would make a big pot of beef stew.

  19. Karen Propes says

    I would love to make some barbeque pork loin. Thanks for the chance.
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  20. Sara Sullivan says

    French Onion Soup

  21. Sarah Stern says

    This looks like it would be great for a lamb stew.

  22. joseph gersch says

    i would make chicken stew

  23. Deb C says

    I’d make Beef Stew and maybe try these Short Ribs also.

  24. Jill Myrick says

    I would make caramelized pork chops and apples.

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  25. Jessica says

    This looks AMAZING !!!

  26. Amber Faith says
  27. Susie says

    Chili

  28. Terri Egelund says

    Pot roast and veggies.

  29. Janet I. says

    I’d try your short ribs recipe!

  30. Sara says

    Oh my goodness, the possibilities are endless! I make a lot of soups & stews this time of year so the dutch oven would be perfect for those. Or pot roast, or chicken & dumplings, or chili…… ;)
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  31. melina r says

    I would make pot roast.

  32. Lydia says

    Pulled pork!

  33. Christina Larochelle says

    I would make your amazing Italian beef! It’s so hard to be this far from Chicago and that is the best beef I’ve made!

  34. Sherri J says

    pot roast
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  35. Tia says

    I would make my chicken cordon bleu. Yum!
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  36. Jennifer Reed says

    I would make something easy but good like Skillet Lasagna in the Pampered Chef Rockcrok.

  37. Ben G says

    I would make taco soup!

  38. Paula Hafner says

    I would make artisan bread in the Dutch Oven. I have this great recipe for it.

  39. Amy R says

    Your recipe looks fantastic! I’ve never made braised short ribs as they seem like they require a lot of work. Your recipe looks very easy! I would love the make the ribs and I would also make a roasted pork shoulder for BBQ pulled pork.

  40. Dorothy Teel says

    Pinterest pin I forgot to include above – http://www.pinterest.com/pin/399835273138774892/

  41. Dorothy Teel says

    Hard to find short ribs, but I bet I could make some killer spareribs in this Pamper Chef Rockcrok Pot, I love the Pampered Chef stuff that I have

  42. Cara S says

    The first thing I would cook is a good ol’ beef roast!

  43. Heidi says

    I think it would be easier to list what I wouldn’t make! It sounds like this dish is great for everything! Thanks for the chance to win.
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  44. christopher h says

    pot roast

  45. Stephanie Larison says

    I’d make a pot roast!

  46. Luna S says

    I would make Chilli!

  47. meredith says

    I love making shortribs!!!

  48. Danielle says

    chili

  49. Olivia D Hamilton says

    I would cook BBQ’d something. Probably ribs! YUMY!

  50. Candi S. says

    Ribs are my husband’s favorite. I would make short ribs for sure.

  51. Mands H says

    BBQ Pork and beans.
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  52. Natalia says

    I would try out all those crock pot recipes I found on Pinterest.

  53. April M says

    I’d like to try it out for bread or split pea soup.
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  54. Tammy Northrup {Yours and Mine ARE Ours} says

    Homemade beef stew. :)
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  55. val bobias says

    Lots of things. But I’d start with Pot Roast :)

  56. Amy Allen says

    Chicken and Noodles!

  57. KIm @ The Cookie Puzzle says

    Pot Roast…Short Ribs…Chicken…YUM

  58. Katie Smith says

    I would make Corned Beef and Cabbage :)
    Thanks!

  59. Misty Battle says

    I would make my special homemade pot roast!
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  60. Casandra says

    I am so hungry after reading your recipe for braised beef short ribs! That sounds amazing, thanks for sharing the recipe, I may try that this weekend! If I had the rockcrok, I’d definitely make tons of hearty soups for the winter. I love coming home to a fully prepared meal, so nice!

  61. Nicole says

    Mac and cheese!

  62. Shana says

    I’d make stew.

  63. Christine says

    pot roast

  64. Cheryn says

    There is so much I would make in it.It would probably be venison.

  65. Candy Cain Severson says

    Beef stew & the new chicken & noodles that I just found in Pinterest. Thanks bunches!!!

  66. Betsy says

    I would make my grandma’s casserole. The Rockcrok would be perfect for it, brown the beef on top of the stove and when it’s all combined cook it in the oven.
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  67. Monique Rizzo says

    A yummy pot roast.
    Thanks for the chance.
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  68. SandyN says

    This would be great for soup or a pot roast!!

  69. Deb Coy says

    Home-made pasta sauce in bulk to freeze.

  70. Allie says

    I’ve never even heard of these before! But it looks awesome! I’m a big fan of anything that can make my cooking yummier and easier :)

  71. Eva says

    It’d be nice to make a good goulash in, perfect for a cold night.

  72. ellen casper says

    I would make chili

  73. Karen D says

    oh, I would make a pot of baked beans!

  74. Heidi F says

    A pot roast YUM!

  75. ang says

    WOW those short ribs look good! I think I’d like to try those!!

  76. Natalie yeoman says

    Pasta (:

  77. Sarah K says

    Everything! Spaghetti Sauce, soup, chili…

  78. Susan Chester says

    I would choose the dutch oven and make a pot roast.

  79. Kate | Food Babbles says

    I love to make chili so that’s what I’d make first but the possibilities are endless! Love this :) And this recipe sounds amazing! Happy anniversary. What a wonderful and special meal to celebrate with. I want to make that goat cheese polenta too. Do you have a recipe? Sounds fantastic!
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    • Meghan Early Swint says

      Kate, the goat cheese polenta recipe is linked. It’s by Pioneer Woman :)

  80. Kaci Guisinger Harrison says

    Ooooh my I would make all kinds of stuff! Ribs, stews, chicken stew, chili, Beef in orange sauce, all kinds of great stuff!!

  81. Vera K says

    I would make chili.

  82. Leah Adams says

    Chili :)

  83. Vunda V says

    i would make a chili in it!

  84. Stacy K. says

    Would love to make bbq ribs!

  85. RebeccaW says

    I’d make a beef roast!

  86. Pauline Milner says

    I would make a pasta and chicken dish. Thanks for the awesome giveaway opportunity. Keep up the terrific blogging.

  87. Zainab @ Blahnik Baker says

    These ribs look so good. Can I just make them in a new Rockcrok??
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  88. Jeanna says

    I would ask my husband to make his homemade spaghetti sauce!

  89. Michelle L. says

    These look so good, I would make them with the RockCrok!

  90. deana c says

    I would make coq au vin

  91. Denise says

    I’d try your short ribs recipe!

  92. Stephanie O says

    I would make Chicken and Dumplings

  93. Melissa L. says

    Not sure what I would make. Perhaps a delicious beef stew!

  94. melodi mance says

    bbq pork roast

  95. Deb Weaver says

    I love to cook! I would make all kinds of things :)

  96. amanda says

    i would make cowboy stew or a really good veggie soup. chicken and dumplings would be good to.

  97. Maureen F says

    A baked mac and cheese, or a french onion soup.

  98. melissa says

    something with pork or beef!!!!

  99. Janice Dean says

    I think I would try beef stew:)

  100. Claudia says

    I would make Beef Stew, Thank you !

  101. Dawn k. says

    I’d make beef and dumplings.

  102. Lorena Keech says

    I’d make my mom’s beef and noodles recipe.

  103. Mary Calabrese says

    Potroast

  104. Andrea D. says

    I would make some beef stew.

  105. Terra Heck says

    I’d make homemade chicken and noodle soup in it. Thanks.
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  106. Kyra says

    I would make yummy country pot roast, yum yum!

  107. Lauren says

    I would make a nice roast with onions, carrots and potatoes :)
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  108. Allie says
  109. Rachel @ I Love My Disorganized Life says

    I would make steak and dumplings!
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  110. Melissa Spencer says

    I would make your short ribs.

  111. Angela P says

    This would be great for making white chicken chili
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  112. Heather says

    Oh my gosh this looks sooo good! Pinned!

  113. Erika says

    I’d make a pot roast! Thanks!

  114. Tamar says

    I’d make a one pot chicken.

  115. Barbara Bradford says

    I would make seafood gumbo. Dark & Rich and heavy on the Okra. This pan looks like it would be great for a long simmer.

  116. Debbie Bray says

    pot roast

  117. Jennifer Love says

    I’d make goulash. For some reason that sounds so tasty on this chilly autumn evening. :)

  118. Anne says

    I’d make something like a pot roast, so I could start it on top of the stove and finish it in the oven.

  119. Raquel @ Organized Island says

    I would make a pot roast, and then stew, and soup…
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  120. Alana Brown says

    Chili and Potato soup! :)

  121. Tracy L Davis says

    I would make a beef stew

  122. L Hanner says

    Soup and more soup!

  123. Heather @ French Press says

    those ribs look mighty tasty Megahn
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  124. Becca from ItsYummi.com says

    I’d make something LOW and SLOW!

  125. Carolyn G says

    A pot roast

  126. Katie says

    I loooove shirt rubs, so I’d have to give this recipe a try!

  127. Sherri@ The Well Floured Kitchen says

    Beef Stew

  128. Heather Woyak says

    Pumpkin Chili!! YUM!!!

  129. Susan H. says

    I would make a pot roast. Thanks.

  130. Lesley M says

    Chili!

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  132. Valerie F says

    Bone Broth & soup soup soup!!!

  133. Katie Roch says

    I would make a vegan butternut squash and bean chili.

  134. Mary Casper says

    I would make beef stew

  135. Stephanie Galbraith says

    beef stew

  136. Beth Moore says

    Pork chops

  137. Sue Ellison says

    I would make a Pot Roast.

  138. Keara B. says

    I’d love to make Green Chile Chicken! Or maybe a nice winter stew…

  139. Ashley P says

    Beef barley soup in the dutch oven!

  140. Mary says

    This recipe sounds awesome! It would have to be the first meal I made in the rock port.

  141. Heather B says

    I would make Shepherd’s Pie or Hearty Beef Stew.

  142. Ashley @ Kitchen Meets Girl says

    I’d make potato soup – my hubby’s fave. :-)
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  143. Mer says

    I’d give this recipe a try! Then I think I’d make boef bourguignon.

  144. LauriM says

    I would make my favorite chili!

  145. Barb says

    I would make a roast

  146. Francine Anchondo says

    Pot roast

  147. Marysue Lily says

    Mmmm…you’ve got me wanting those braised short ribs!

  148. Melissa Foote says

    roast beef

  149. Kaylee @ Couponing & Cooking says

    My favorite apple cheddar soup!
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  150. Diana Bockheim says

    I would make the short rib recipe, yum!

  151. sarah issac says

    I would make chicken and dumplings

  152. Rusty H says

    I would make pot roast

  153. Kelly D says

    I would make shrimp & broccoli

  154. Cindy B. says

    I would make chili.
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  155. McKim says

    beef stew

  156. Cynthia C says

    I would make lots of soups, stews and pulled pork.

  157. tammigirl says

    You made that giant rib look so good I would have to try those. Then I would make chickens and stews and roasts and swiss steaks. All the time. That 4 quart is perfect every day size for our family of seven.
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  158. Carrie @ Frugal Foodie Mama says

    What wouldn’t I make?? lol! Definitely some hearty soups and stews for fall and winter. :)
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  159. Odelia C says

    I would probably make some type of stew or ribs.

  160. Shoney BrownSilva says

    I would love to bake a chicken with roasted veggies!

  161. LeAnn V says

    I’d make a pot roast with root veggies!

  162. Melanie C says

    Mmmm those Short Ribs look tasty I’ll have to make them soon.

  163. Elena Vo says

    I’d make crispy chicken wings and serve them with buffalo sauce!

  164. Allison (Spontaneous Tomato) says

    I’d make turkey kale lentil soup!
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  165. Whitney Warburton says

    I would love to make taco soup, or some great Chile

  166. vickie says

    First three things:
    Southern Chicken and Dumplins
    Pot Roast
    and, Chilli. Oh yeah!

  167. Kimi says

    I would make a stew

  168. Chelsea {whatcha makin' now?} says

    LOVE pampered chef! I’d probably make a turkey breast…once it gets chilly I can only think Thanksgiving. ;)
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  169. Tina Hughes says

    I’m a chili person!!!

  170. Lindsay says

    Pheasant

  171. Heather says

    I would love to make a nice beef stew in the RockCrok!

  172. Pam Gurganus says

    I would make Beef Bourguignon!

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