Wednesday, February 2, 2011

The Pampered Chef

This Saturday I am having a Pampered Chef party! Ain't that exciting? Actually I'm a little nervous about it. I have only had one other kind of "party" like this (Home and Garden Party) and it was a disaster to say the least.

Anyways, my Pampered Chef consultant is wonderful! She has been so nice, answering my questions and things. She has set it up to where people that aren't able to come to my party can still order through me online so that I can get free and discounted products! Isn't that neat!

I love the Pampered Chef. The products they offer are really good quality and so handy. I chose to have a Pampered Chef party because the products are things that you will actually use, not just pretty things that hang on your walls and collect dust.

I have a few Pampered Chef products and I love them all. I haven't had a problem with anything that I have bought from them! That says a lot! Yes, you will pay more for the items from Pampered Chef than you would from Wal-mart, but it's much better quality and you won't find yourself having to replace the items once or twice a year.

Here are some of my favorite Pampered Chef items that I currently have...

This is, by far, my most favorite item. It is the Large Stoneware Bar Pan. I use it all the time! I love their stoneware because it is naturally nonstick. When I first bought it, I would use a light spray of nonstick spray, but now that it is seasoned, I don't have to use anything. And the food just slides right off. Also, another thing I love about the stoneware is that when I make biscuits or cookies, they brown evenly on both sides. They always turn out beautiful! When I used metal pans, the cookies or biscuits would burn on the bottom and still be undone on top. You can buy the pan for $34.00 and it is honestly worth every penny!

Next is the Pampered Chef Quikut Paring Knives. This is another product that I use everyday. These are the only knives I used for the longest time. For the past 2 years I have used these knives for cutting stick butter, and also I use these knives to cut all my meat. (I had no other knives that would cut meat so I had to use these. Steven bought me some "real" knives this past weekend.) But these knives are really good and the perfect size. I have never sharpened them either! You can get 3 knives for $4.75! And now they come in the pretty colors of pumpkin (orange), sage (green), and eggplant (purple).

I love this product too! This is a Nylon Pan Scraper. I use this all the time also. I love it because it doesn't scratch your nonstick pans or your stoneware. I also use it to scrape stuck-on dough off of my counter tops when I make biscuits. It comes in handy a lot! You get a set of 3 for $2.75.

I make a lot of sweets. I love to make them really pretty and I want them to look just like the picture in the recipe. That is why I bought this. It is the Small Spreader and it is prefect for icing. Another thing I use it for is a mini spatula. I use it to loosen and lift cookies off the pan. You can get it for $5.00.

(Another picture of the Small Spreader)

This is the Crinkle Cutter. It is for cutting vegetables to make that pretty crinkle shape. What I use it for is to chop onions real fine. Just cut your onions into chunks and then use this to chop it up into small pieces. It saves a ton of time! You can get it for $10.50.

(This is a picture of the Crinkle Cutter with the protective case on it.)

(Another picture of the Crinkle Cutter)

This is a really cool gadget. It is the Cut-N-Seal. Have you ever seen the Smucker's Uncrustables? They are really expensive. Well, with this tool, you can make them at home. Steven loves peanut butter and jelly sandwiches so I make these for him every now and then. I know it will come in handy when Trinity get a little older. She will love them! This would be great if you had kids, but Steven loves it too! It is $9.50.

(This is a picture of the bottom of the Cut-N-Seal)

And the last product I want to show you is the Round Stone. It is another stoneware product and I love it. I use it for frozen pizzas all the time. (Hopefully not much anymore. I am trying to cook more often:)) As you can tell, its well used! It is seasoned so it is nonstick. I have other pizza baking pans but this is the only one I use. The pizza sticks to the others really bad and they rusted. This Round Stone had metal handles but the new ones have stone handles built right into the pan which is much easier to use than mine. I forgot to measure my pan so I don't know if I have the Medium Round Stone or the Large Round Stone. You can get the Medium Round Stone (13") for $24.00 or you can get the Large Round Stone (15") for $32.00

To order these and many more products go to Select "Shop Online" in the upper right hand corner of the page, then enter my last name (Jones) as the host to have the order placed under my show!
Also, if you want to come to my party this Saturday at 12:00pm just e-mail me ( and I can give you the directions!

1 comment:

  1. I'm a Pampered Chef lover too!! I'm with ya!