Entertain in Style with Brylane Home 18Qt Roaster

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brylane home roaster

I had the wonderful opportunity to review a couple items from Brylane Home. During the year especially near the holidays many people love to entertain and have big parties. When you have a big get together you may want products that are elegant and kitchen appliances that will hold bigger portions. With that said, I was able to review the Brylane Home 18Qt Roaster which has allowed me to cook a fantastic Thanksgiving dinner. 

Brylane Home entertainment

 The Brylane Home Electric Roaster has a sleek stainless steel design with nonstick pot and lid is great for roasting, baking, cooking and serving. With a removable roasting rack as well, itโ€™s the perfect server.


  • 18-qt. capacity
  • with adjustable temperature control
  • removable roasting rack
  • 1500 watts
  • ETL Listed
  • measures: 12″H x 24″L
  • hand wash

On Thanksgiving I was ecstatic that I did not have to turn my oven on to cook a big dinner. I used my Brylane Home Roaster and it made my oven available to cook other things if I wanted.  It is very simple to use the temperature control adjusts all the way to 450 degrees. In addition, there is a steamer compartment that can be used on the top of the roaster to steam vegetables or to keep food warm. For entertaining this is the perfect product as it has all these great features and you do not have to use your oven!! My turkey came out perfect and was the best turkey I have ever had. The top of the turkey turned nice golden brown color and it cooked evenly all the way through. I highly recommend this roaster.

 If you are anything like me, and have guests over for dinner you not only want to serve good food but you want to serve good food on beautiful dinnerware and flatware.

Brylane Home dinnerware

 My computer had a hiccup and I lost all my thanksgiving pictures but did have some pictures saved in my camera so I was able to use these.  When I have guests over for dinner I love to break out my nice Brylane Home dinnerware and flatware. I never have a lot of company so during holidays I do use my nice dishes to get all fancy. The elegant design of these dishes make your food stand out beautifully. You can use these dishes any time of year but I do like to save them for special occasions. This is a 40 piece dish set which will serve 8 people. You can find them on Brylane Home.

brylane home flatware

The Brylane Home 66 piece Gold Plated Flatware complements my Brylane Home dinnerware perfectly.  The gold toned flatware comes showcased in this beautiful wooden case. Each service includes 12 each: dinner knife, dinner fork, tablespoon, salad/dessert fork, teaspoon, 5-pc. hostess set and bonus wooden storage box. I do not have a lot of regular flatware so I have been using this set on a regular basis and it has not lost any of its gold tone. You can find this stunning set on Brylane Home. Hand wash only.

Next time you think of entertaining stop on by at Brylane Home and check out what they have to offer. 

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You are now going to have a chance to win the Brylane Home 18qt Roaster!!! 



  1. massholemommy says:

    Oh the things I could cook with one of those. I am super jealous ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Lindsay McCain says:

    I'd cook lamb.

  3. kristentoneycampbell says:

    Ooo…I need this so badly! The possibilities of what I could do with this are endless!!!

  4. Theresa says:

    I would love to cook all kinds of things with this! Lamb, turkey, veggies. You name it, it would go in there!

  5. Monica says:

    How cool is that! I would LOVE to own one!

  6. Monica says:

    Also…I would like to cook a Turkey too!

  7. Margaret Smith says:

    I'd like to cook a pot roast.

  8. Michele says:

    I have a friend that could use this desperately! I am going to look into this as a gift for her.

  9. Charlene Drake says:

    Big ole turkey

  10. Ana @MommysBundle says:

    I have yet to cook a turkey on my own, but when I do I will need to keep this roaster in mind! Looks like it really helps get the job done!!

  11. Elise says:

    My mom had a roaster. Love it! I'd love to win. (also, I'm using a different email address to comment)

  12. Lorena Keech says:

    I'd use it for roasting a chicken on cold winter days.

  13. Carl White says:

    What are you looking forward to cooking in the roaster?

    My neighbors crying cat….just kidding….how about a small pig.

  14. angie says:

    I would love to use it for turkey.

  15. Jenn says:

    I want this! So cool you can cook a whole turkey in it, saves the oven mess. Thanks for the chance to win one!

  16. Rosey says:

    What a great giveaway, and perfect for entertaining!

  17. Rosey says:

    I am most looking forward to a roasted chicken recipe we just had given to us from my husband's aunt.

  18. Mary Casper says:

    Roast chicken or a duck

  19. Sharold says:

    A nice honey ham would be great.

  20. Rachee says:

    I would love to make some potatoes and a roast.

  21. Shannon Baas says:

    a big batch of chili for superbowl.

  22. Geoff K says:

    I'd love to make a nice Yankee Pot Roast with carrots, potatoes, onions, and celery.

  23. Brittney House says:

    I would try a pot roast.

  24. The roaster looks amazing! There are so many things you can do with it. I'm jealous! And the flatware and tableware are really beautiful. You're a lucky lady!

  25. John H says:

    cook a Turkey

  26. jennifer378 says:

    My first thing to test this out on would be my favorite roasted herb chicken. I have so many ideas going through my head right now. I have always wanted one of these – jealous of yours!

  27. amanda says:

    I think it is nice to keep the one free when cooking so many things especially

  28. Gail Abazorius says:

    As A young girl at the timke I remember my Grandmother had one very simmilar to this. She cooked all her roasts, cicken and turkey in it. I rember how juicy they were and how brown the meat came out. I often wondered where to get one like she had. Now i know!!!!

  29. Nicole Newby says:

    I would love to make a delicious pot roast! Or maybe a turkey!

  30. Ann Fantom says:

    I would like to make a pork roast

  31. nickie says:

    I'd like to cook a pot roast.

  32. Awesome! I would LOVE to have a roaster like that. I love slow cooking meals and this would be a great addition to my cookware. I also, LOVE those dishes, especially the gold plated silverware! Wowza! I am impressed!

  33. Stephen Saunders says:


  34. Deborah Rosen says:

    I'm looking forward to cooking a turkey roulade in the roaster.

  35. I so love your silverware set. I would love to have a roaster like that!

  36. Tess says:

    I have a similar set of silverware that I inherited from my grandma. So pretty!

  37. tamarsw says:

    I'd make a chicken.

  38. McKim says:

    Pork roast and sauerkraut.

  39. Liz says:

    I use a turkey roaster as well and it's so handy to keep oven space free for other things. I really love it! I ought to try it for other recipes too though! Thanks for the idea. ๐Ÿ™‚ Also I need to check out Brylane Home's flatware options.

  40. Pam says:

    That roaster looks really nice. I wish I'd had it for Thanksgiving this year.

  41. beth shepherd says:

    I would love to make a roasted chicken with potatoes.

  42. Nikki says:

    We have a roaster like that, love it! We cook the Thanksgiving turkey in it.

  43. teresa mccluskey says:

    I would make some chicken! That is a huge hit in my home!

  44. becca112971 says:

    i;d roast a whole chicken with veggies so good

  45. lawna says:

    Yummm…it would be perfect to cook a pot roast~!

  46. Katie Roch says:

    I'm looking forward to making a cranberry chicken roast in this roaster.

  47. Sarah Bailey says:

    Wow it looks like it would be fantastic for roasting a chicken! Yum x

  48. Paula Gardner says:

    A whole turkey!

  49. Christine says:

    Roast chicken

  50. rod jackson says:

    I would make french dip for sandwiches.

  51. Aisha Kristine Chong says:

    This is actually a good one. I'd love to use it with my food preparations.

  52. weidknecht says:

    I can't wait to cook a big ole turkey in that baby!!!! I love the products from Brylane home. I've got some of their baking pans and they are my favorites.

  53. harolde says:

    Slow cooked Roast Beef for Poboys!

  54. Michelle says:

    How neat! Our roaster recently went caput ๐Ÿ™ I'd love to cook a pot roast in one!

  55. Pam says:

    I would probably first like to roast a few chickens but would love to try a Turkey too. I have always wanted one of those roasters.

  56. christopher h says:

    i love this for chicken

  57. Stephanie Galbraith says:

    Pulled Pork would be our first dish.

  58. Rebecca Graham says:

    I would cook a turkey in this.

  59. Ashley Gill says:

    I would start with a whole chicken! The possibilities are endless though!

  60. missdeb1 says:

    I want to cook a ton of pulled pork barbeque.

  61. Monique Rizzo says:

    A roasted chicken.
    Thanks for the chance.

  62. Amanda Love says:

    I plan on doing a bit more cooking this year. I'm loving that roaster, great for Thanksgiving!

  63. Megan says:

    I would love to try one of these roasters! I'd feel so fancy and very chef-ish! ๐Ÿ™‚

  64. karen bernhardt says:

    I would love to cook a nice big batch of cabbage rolls, thanks

  65. tracy davis says:

    I would cook a turkey

  66. Paula Michele Hafner says:

    I want to make a Coke Roast first.

  67. CJ Godfrey says:

    I'm looking forward to cooking venison chili!

  68. Eugenia Hall says:

    I'm sure it would be great for Turkeys, but I'd love to roast a ham in it.

  69. Kathy Luman says:

    I would like to cook some vegetable soup in it.

  70. lisa says:

    Woohoo, great gievaway

  71. joni says:

    I'd make cabbage rolls and hot sausage.

  72. Monique Rizzo says:

    A roasted chicken!
    Thanks for the chance.

  73. Susan Chester says:

    I would make a nice roast chicken!

  74. Laurie Penman says:

    I can think of a ton of things, but first would be an awesome beef roast!

  75. Sharold says:

    a nice honey ham

  76. Julia Potvin says:

    I would love to cook a big pot roast dinner in the roaster!

  77. Rebecca Moore says:

    I make a great BBQ brisket….

  78. Cyndie says:

    I would like to cook a giant pork roast.

  79. Francine Anchondo says:

    a turkey

  80. Robin says:

    I would love to roast a chicken.

  81. Heather B says:

    wow what wouldn't I cook in this? I would probably start with a beef stew

  82. Heather Dawn says:

    I would roast a brisket!

  83. All day spaghetti sauce and gramma's pot roast would be wonderful to make in the roaster.

  84. Leslie L Stanziani says:

    I would roast a couple of chickens in it.

  85. ida lea says:

    I would love to do some slow-cooked pork spareribs in that

  86. Dorothy Deakyne says:

    A Turkey

  87. Carla T says:

    I'd love to cook a turkey breast in the roaster.

  88. susansmoaks says:

    i would make a chicken and dressing.

  89. Karrie Millheim says:

    A roasted chicken or ham. I bet it would make some delicious food

  90. Mary Cloud says:

    I could make roasted chicken for a healthy meal
    annabella @ centurytel dot net

  91. Peggy Rydzewski says:

    A large pot of stuffed cabbage..yummm

  92. Diane Vescio says:

    A turkey or ham!

  93. Beverly Metcalf says:

    I would bake a nice big roasting chicken in that nice roasting pan. Thanks for having this contest.

  94. trisha mckee says:

    I have never cooked lamb, I'd love to try that!

  95. Michelle Tucker says:

    My husband is a huge turkey lover, so that's what we'd roast first.

  96. Vikki Billings says:

    I would look forward to roasting a chicken or turkey in it!!

  97. Richard Hicks says:

    Would roast a nice chicken first!

  98. Dawn Cook says:

    i'd cook a pot roast with lots of carrots and potatoes…the kids love that

  99. Jennifer Reed says:

    I would cook a ham in this 18qt roaster from Brylane Home.

  100. Donna Kellogg says:

    I would first make a big pork roast for some BBQ pulled pork ๐Ÿ™‚

  101. Ally P says:

    My husband says I’m the worst at cooking chicken because I over cook it so that no pink is showing. I would love to cook the perfect chicken (and turkey) in the roaster. I’m sure he’d say, “Where’s my wife and what did you do with her?”

  102. Karen Gonyea says:

    I would love to do a pot roast ๐Ÿ™‚ or a turkey ๐Ÿ™‚

    ktgonyea at gmail dot com

  103. Paul K says:

    I want to try a pork roast in this cooker.

  104. kim says:

    I would love to make a nice yankee pot roast meal with the pot roast, carrots, potatoes, celery all in one meal in the roaster I think it would taste great

  105. Stephanie Larison says:

    I'd love to cook a turkey for the family!

  106. Claire McKeon says:

    I would love to cook a roast chicken. To me a roast chicken for Sunday dinner is a wonderful tradition!

  107. Cheryl Reinhardt says:

    Looking forward to making all kind of soups and stews !

  108. Sarah Z says:

    I would try cornish game hens… never cooked them before ๐Ÿ™‚

  109. swtlilchick says:

    I am looking forward to cooking a turkey in this nice roaster

  110. Shari Klyn says:

    The first thing that I would make if I won this roaster would be chicken fajitas. Yummy!

  111. Sandra Travis says:

    Since I cook Sunday dinner for the family most Sundays, the next dinner cooked would be what I would most look forward to cooking! I recently said I needed something larger……THIS would be it!

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