Monday, May 7, 2012

Pampered Chef Making Life Easier in the Kitchen

Dinner is a word I fear! Between being a busy mom and wife, which includes being a taxi driver for my youngest and attending the university to finish my degree, I cringe at the thought of thinking, planning and preparing meals everyday for my family. When I do manage to get a dinner on the table, I’m actually quite surprised by it, but then I’m wondering how to repeat it again the next day. My kitchen is reminiscent of the 1800’s when all the cooks had to accomplish things were some cast iron skillets and a few knives.


Pampered Chef Making Life Easier

Imagine my surprise when I went to my first Pampered Chef Party and the consultant-demonstrated products that I did not know existed. I realized that I must have been living under a rock not knowing about the great line of products that simplifies meal preparation and cooking time. For instance, take the food chopper that cuts vegetables into small pieces in the time it takes to blink or the can opener that magically takes the lid off the can without any rough edges (that would have saved me an emergency room visit and some stitches many years ago). How did I manage to live without the knife that looks like a comb and you stab it into the tomato and slice through the tomato without ever having your fingers touch the tomato?

Pampered Chef Brownie Pan

Stoneware in Addition to Cast Iron

Stoneware has now replaced cast iron skillets for baking and doesn’t weigh as much. There are stoneware casserole dishes, cookie sheets, cupcake holders, pie dishes and cake pans. The product line includes items for outdoor cooking on the barbeque. I will miss my muscle building sessions lifting all that cast iron, but stoneware will be a nice addition to the kitchen, not to mention its better looking. Maybe, I even see a future with a barbeque in the backyard. There is no denying the fact, that my days contain too much activity, however, preparing the daily meal seems less daunting when there is Pampered Chef.

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