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Win an Ultra Dawn Prize Pack!

Monday, July 08, 2013


Earlier this month, John Catucci, celebrity host of Food Network Canada’s You Gotta Eat Here! invited Torontonians to Dine & Dish with Dawn. Those who dropped by Yonge-Dundas Square to sample poutine - one of the country's most iconic and greasiest foods - were then asked to wash their dish with Ultra Dawn.

Didn't get a chance to attend? Here's a 'taste' of what you missed:



As a P&G mom, I have the opportunity to give away an Ultra Dawn prize pack to help one lucky reader tackle the toughest of dirty dishes. This Ultra Dawn giveaway is valued at $50 and includes the following:
  • A generous supply of Ultra Dawn 
  • Ultra Dawn branded dish cloths 
Simply enter using the Rafflecopter form below.

By entering the following contest, you are accepting that if you win your contact information will be shared with a P&G PR and shipping agency for the purpose of mailing your prize. Please allow 4-6 weeks from the contest closure date to receive your prize.

This giveaway may appear on other blogs as part of the #PGmom program. However, to be fair, you can only win once per giveaway. If your name is chosen more than once, another winner will be selected. All winners must be from within Canada.

Please note: This giveaway is open to Canadian residents, excluding Quebec, and will not be sent out of the country. 

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* Don't forget to enter to win a Pampers prize pack valued at $110! *

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89 COMMENTS

  1. the toughest dish I ever had to wash was baked on scalloped potatos (okay burnt scalloped potatos in a black pan)

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    1. Ha, ha! Burnt? Must have been a dish that I had prepared, hence the reason I should be banned from the kitchen.

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  2. My toughest dish to wash (and it is ALL hand wash due to no dishwasher) was a corningware dish that I had made (and slightly burned at one end) eggplant parmesan in! I have a habit of not soaking dishes - so it cakes on!

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    1. Oh, my! I don't know what I would do without a dishwasher...

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  3. UGH... metal cookie sheet... baked on Scalloped Potatoes :(. I ended up throwing the pan out. It was in my younger/dumber/irresponsible days. I made it, put the cookie sheet to catch any spillage which I didnt think would happen. It did. Then, I forgot about the cookie sheet in the oven for an additional 4 days, (I don't bake/cook much LOL). But, on a positive note, that never repeated itself :).

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  4. The toughest dish I had to wash was burnt pasta in a pot.. They were all sticking to the bottom, it really took a lot of time to take it all off.

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  5. My toughest dish to clean was a pan in which I had made a lasagna. I kept reheating it in the oven (to serve leftovers) and when it was time to wash it, it had black, crusted food stuck to it.

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  6. My daughter let the pasta boil dry in a pot - man, was that black & solidly baked on. It took me three goes to finally get rid of all of the black char.
    My rafflecopter name is Julie G.

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  7. Burnt scalloped potatoes at the bottom of the casserole dish, I have been around a long time and nothing has ever compared to that.

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  8. Burnt scalloped potatoes on the sides and a bit on the bottom.
    (Debbie W)

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  9. We make baked oatmeal every day for breakfast, but left it in the oven farrrr too long once and it was just horrible to clean!

    Rafflecopter Name is Anne Taylor

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  10. The toughest dish I've had to wash is glass bakeware with baked on scalloped potatoes!

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  11. I made this meatloaf that was a South Beach Diet recipe and it said not to spray the pan. I had to throw the pan away, it would not come off!!!

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  12. The toughest dish I have had to wash was a saucepan where I was cooking dried red beans which had been soaked overnight. I totally forgot about them for at least a couple of hours and when I came back the beans and the pan were totally burnt. It took a few days of washing and soaking but I finally got it clean - this happened a few times so I now just buy the tins

    meikleblog at gmail dot com

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  13. My toughest dish to wash was baked on mac and cheese and the burnt cheese along the side was so hard to scrub off.

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  14. My toughest dish wash was burnt beef stew in a stock pot (my hubby was the one cooking and he forgot to check on it and it ended up all sticked to the bottom of the stock pot). When I washed it, it seemed like they were attached there as a whole and really hard to get them to go away

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  15. My daughter burnt chocolate in my pot, she didn't know how to melt chocolate, I didn't think I was ever going to see stainless steel again

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  16. The toughest dish was baked on chicken in a shallow metal pan, those ones that come with your stove when you buy it....nasty

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  17. Oh, it is definitely the homemade lasagna dish. Is it so good that it is worth the dirty dish. This new dawn will soon be my best friend.

    DOREEN LAMOUREUX

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  18. the toughest pot I had to clean was Tomato Soup and Macaroni that had boiled down to no liquid. Help!

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  19. The toughest pot that I have had to clean was when I was trying to make homemade candy and burned to the bottom. A very sticky and tough mess

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  20. Uuughhh, my worst dish to clean was a big pot with burnt spaghetti sauce. That sucker was hard to clean! Hand wash too since my dishwasher is broken.

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  21. Glad to read I'm not the only one to throw a pan away. Makes cleanup easy :0 although a little more expensive! Black beans on a simmer that ran out of water while I went outside. The stench in the house for 2 days was probably worse than losing the pan.
    jan

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  22. My toughest stain was burnt fish on a baking sheet.
    I had to use a butter knife to get most of it off and then scrub at the rest
    thanks

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  23. I find when I make roasted potatoes that I have some stuff stuck inside my corningware dish or any pasta dishes that have cheese on them are not always fun to clean.

    Londia

    silverneon2000 at yahoo dot com

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  24. mine was burnt honey. soo difficult to wash!

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  25. Many goo covered bowls that the toddler coated with her adorably tiny but slimy fingers...which were then left to bake in the hot sun.

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  26. My glass baking dish and cheesy scalloped potatoes. I pain to clean

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  27. My toughest dish was an old metal pan that had burnt hashbrown all over it.

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  28. Burnt cheese on a cast iron pan

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  29. whenever I make sweet n sour meatballs in my glass covered dish,it always make a mess and hard to get off!
    (Karla Sceviour)

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  30. Burnt sugar from my sweet and sour wing on a baking sheet

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  31. The toughest dish I had to wash was Macaroni and Cheese in a roaster

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  32. Chili - burnt, carbonized chili - from a dutch oven.

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  33. Burnt oil on the bottom of a copper sauce pan.

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  34. After BBQ stuff is the most difficult to fight.

    teddyoutready2(at)gmail(dot)com

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  35. My toughest dish to clean would be anything that's been prepared by hubby, he thinks everything needs high heat or needs to be broiled beyond recognition. It might have been scalloped potatoes, then again it might not have been. Char is a vegetable, right? (Sabrina Tong on Rafflecopter)

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  36. The toughest dish I've had to wash is the baking pan after making cinnamon buns.

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  37. I agree with the earlier comment of baked on cheesy scalloped potatos. I am still soaking a casserole dish from two days ago trying to remove the burnt crud!

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  38. Lasagna pan, it was brutal, even after soaking it was a tough job to get clean.

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  39. Lasagna baked on my roaster!!!

    Tammy Dalley

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  40. A pot with burnt rice is really hard to clean

    billiondollarprincesss@hotmail.com

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  41. The worst is burnt-on scalloped potatoes - it took forever to get that pan clean!

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  42. The toughest dish I had to wash was my crockpot after some sweet and sour pork burned (didn't add enough liquid) ugh!

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  43. Someone pushed a dish waay to the back of the oven, and it got baked on again. Extra hard to wash! (Bcteagirl)

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  44. Corningware baking dish with caked on roasted potatos

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  45. I had a hard time getting off a vegetarian lasagna (with eggs in it).

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  46. Toughest piece is definitely my White Corningware. Might have been lasagna but probably a roast or some chicken with sauces that baked on.

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  47. the tougest dish i ever had to wash was casserole dish that i had baked potatoes in. i soaked and scrubbed it for days!

    texan_michael AT yahoo DOT com

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  48. My hardest dish to wash is always my casserole after I make Shepherds Pie! I always have to let it soak overnight!!

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  49. Lasagna comes to mind as the worst I've had to deal with

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  50. Probably a pan with nacho cheese stuck to it!

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  51. a bowl of oatmeal that was not rinsed right away!

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  52. Please enter me in your giveaway.
    It would be great to win an Ultra Dawn prize pack.
    The toughest dishes I have had to wash are, believe it or not,
    non-stick pans. Food does stick to them and I can't scrub them too hard because the coating will peel off. So a good soak with Ultra Dawn helps loosen it up and then you can just wipe it off with a soft cloth.

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  53. I find that cookie sheets/baking pans that had something like chicken on them that were baked in the oven with burnt juices/sauce is the worst.

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  54. Oh I just did this last night lol. I was cooking coated chicken in a glass baking dish in the oven and I got busy and forgot about it till it was too late and it was all burned and stuck to the dish, I had to soak and scrub and scrape lol it is mostly okay now but still not like it was

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  55. Metal cookie pan Cook BBQ ribs in oven. What a mess.

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  56. Worst pan ever to clean was baked on macaroni and cheese casserole. We used the same pan to heat up the casserole twice so it was triple-cooked on.

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  57. Definitely my cookie sheet with burnt on chicken drippings...SO difficult to get off!

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  58. corningware and scallop potatoes.

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  59. strawberry rhubarb pie, that boiled over...

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  60. cheesy scalloped potatoes, lasagna...really anything with cheese that is baked. And I don't have a dishwasher, have never had one. (other than me lol)

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  61. baked beans in a ceramic bean pot

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  62. lasagna pan....I always soak it~~~~~Lori R Jackson

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  63. My hardest dishes to get clean are when I made anything with a red sauce. Either because I leave them until the next day without soaking them or I burn the sauce to the bottom of the pot :(

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  64. Burnt milk. It doesn`t soften with soaking!

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  65. Anything with baked on cheese or oil. I have my daughter to help me with the dishes now!

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  66. Excess chicken marinade that got burnt on a baking sheet
    Fatema.khan

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  67. any dish that has been baked with cheese

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  68. The toughest dish is always my spaghetti pot! Dawn to the rescue, it is my fav dish soap!

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  69. Backed on polenta.

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  70. Baked on scalloped potatoes in my Corningware.... Yuck many scrubs to get clean

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  71. Baked on BBQ sauce on a cookie sheet

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  72. Baked on Baked Spaghetti on a corningware casserole dish.

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  73. burnt pasta or burnt rice. They are tough to come out because I burnt them into the pot

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  74. My muffin tins are tough to get clean!

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  75. Macaroni and cheese casserole dish NOT SOAKED over night by some very thoughtful inhabitants in my house!

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  76. the lasagna pan is always a tough one for me

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  77. Nachos are hard to clean up

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  78. I think getting slow cooked ribs in BBQ sauce off of the pyrex pan is the toughest dish job ever!

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  79. I find lasagna pans and BBQ chicken in the oven pans hard to wash!

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  80. soft fried eggs that hadn't been rinsed off.

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