That would be awesome! I have been a huge fan of Pampered Chef since the very first party I attended in FCBC’s gym-kitchen. Slowly over the years I have been adding to my collection of PC items and replacing less-than-stellar tools with the good stuff.
Saturday night I hosted my annual PC party and got a few fun pictures (I’ve edited the yellow tint out of these images, so if you read this post earlier, I’ve made corrections). I’m working toward a goal in sales so I can get the double burner griddle for free, and I’m pretty close. If you want to order, you are certainly welcome to!
If so you can go to http://www.pamperedchef.biz/alexisklein and type in my name. Then order lots and lots of knives and pots and pans. Okay, you don’t have to buy anything, but you can check out a few of their new items. My current wish list includes the Adjustable Tiered Stand, the Double Burner Griddle, as I mentioned earlier, and the Cool and Serve Square Tray. Can’t wait to see which items I get to order!
Someone just asked me on Facebook what my favorite, can’t-live-without items from PC are. Well, I’m happy to answer you Ashea! To begin with, the stones. I have had the large and medium round stones for about 8 years and they are seasoned to perfection. (They come to you the color of sand, and as you use them (AKA, “season” them) they get darker and darker.) I use my stones all the time. I also have the rectangular baker and the rectangular bar pan. Amazing. Not flashy, like some of the other gadgets, but I see them as the “foundation” of my kitchen. The “walls” of my kitchen are the pots and pans. It took 9 years to finally get the nerve to spend the money on these. Here’s what I did: I hosted a party with a friend. We had a LOT in sales, and then as one of our “half-off
items we bought the largest set of pans PC sells. Then we split it fairly (I have a large family, she has an average sized… so it worked out well). Then I added a few additional pieces to round out my kitchen. Now, no house is complete without a ceiling. For life of me I can’t figure out what PC items represent the ceiling! 🙂 But as for the fun things inside the home, all the other gadgets and utensils are a good representation. I use the Mix n Chop to ground the many pounds of beef my family eats. It’s like using 3 spatulas at a time to get the meat as finely ground as possible. So, knowing I so enjoy my PC stuff, lots of people have tried to get me to sell. Just not for me.