Sign up for the Sunday Times Food newsletter to win Le Creuset vouchers
We're giving away two vouchers worth R2,500 each
There is no better way to win someone’s heart than through their love of cooking. And every foodie worth their salt prides themselves on owning one or more items from premium culinary brand, Le Creuset.
Perfect for Valentine’s Day gifting, for yourself or a loved one, is Le Creuset’s charming range of heart shaped cast iron cookware, oven-to-table stoneware and non-stick bakeware.
If you'd love to add some of these, or any of Le Creuset's other covetable pieces, to your kitchen, simply sign up for our free, weekly Sunday Times food e-mail newsletter.
When you do, you'll go into a lucky draw to win one of two Le Creuset vouchers worth R2,500 each.
Sign up to enter — it's free and easy! Here's how:
- Register a free account on the TimesLIVE website;
- You'll then be asked to choose which of the Sunday Times and TimesLIVE's newsletters you'd like to receive. Pick your faves, being sure to include our weekly Sunday Times Food newsletter.
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EAT YOUR HEART OUT THIS VALENTINE'S DAY
You'll find loads of inspiring recipes on the Le Creuset website, including for decadent desserts. Here are four that would be the ideal way to end off a romantic meal:
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
- The competition is open to South African residents only.
- The competition closes on February 14 2020, at midnight.
- Winners will be chosen via a random draw from all those who have signed up for the Sunday Times Food newsletter by the competition deadline.
- The prizes are not transferable and cannot be exchanged for cash.
- The winners will be notified via e-mail.