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Monday, October 26, 2015

New GreenEarth Salad Spinner and Ecozeri Frying Pan #ProductReview

I never really had an interest in cooking until I got married.  I always  heard married omen that say "The secret way to a man's heart is through his stomach"  so that stuck with me.  I started  exploring what I can do in the kitchen and I couldn't be happier with what I found  few years later.  I never thought that cooking is not as hard as I thought.  I am not the best cook there is but  my  husband and kids appreciate my cooking so that's what  it matters..
Anyway, I  would like to share with you these two kitchen  tools that I got from Ozeri to review this month.  A new salad spinner and an 8" Ecozeri Green earth frying pan.  I've had the other kind of  Ozero pan before and  it lasted for a log period  of time.  But just like  anything else, no matter how  good  it is, it will eventually wore out.  So glad that I have this new frying pan which my daughter called "her Pan" because it is small.  What I like about this is the comfortable heat-resistant feature of the bake light handle.  Unlike the  other pan that I got, I  am confident of putting this in the oven because of its magnetized induction stove safe base for rapid heat transfer
I am always excited to use  new  gadgets/tools in the kitchen so I  tested it right away when it arrived.  I used this Frying Pan to cook our dinner last weekend.  I cooked some chicken thigh that I seasoned with with ancho chili and coffee rub and some rosemary.
I pan fried it in  one tablespoon coconut oil  for  ten minutes each side and finish it up in the oven  for  another  10 minutes.
Chicken and salad always  go hand in hand in my household so I also made  a veggie salad just so I could try the Salad Spinner.  This is designed in Switzerland to deliver frictionless spin action with an instant stop button.  I have another salad spinner but it doesn't have a stop button so that feature is way cool.  The removable colander and bowl is quite neat too.
Of course I can't try a thing in my kitchen without my  curious George wanting to help.  Anything that spins, he love to try so I let him clean the veggies.
You can get  any of these products through amazon.  The pan is $25.95 and the salad spinner is a couple of dollars more of the pan's price.  
We had a really yummy dinner that night.  Thanks again Ozeri for making my  cooking experience a lot better with your kitchen  tools!

Disclosure: The owner of this blog was NOT financially compensated to write this review.  I was provided with the product/s mentioned  to help me  facilitate this review but  opinions are my own.

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My Life in the Charente said...

They both sound good, you are lucky to get all these products to try. Nothing like that happens here :-( All my cooking utensils are ex South African though and I have to say I am happy with them all. Have a good week Diane.

Jeannette said...

We need a new pan. We have used our pan for years and it looks like it had been through a war zone. Thanks for the great review, I will check these pans out!

Stacie @ Divine Lifestyle said...

I have an ancient spinner and I love it. I need to replace it soon, and I think this looks like a great one.

Kelly Hutchinson said...

I love chicken thighs! The have so much flavor!

Masshole Mommy said...

I love my salad spinner. I use it almost every single night.

Liz Mays said...

I always hate when I just wash lettuce and I can't really use it yet because it's so wet. This is a great workaround.

Reichel Broussard said...

Ha! My daughter would say the same thing about that small pan. Very cool products.

Deal Match Maker said...

The recipe looks so good! I need to buy a high quality salad spinner. Bought one at IKEA for really cheap but broke it within a month

Ourfamilyworld said...

I have some of their products and I can only say good things about them. The chicken looks delicious!

Lisa said...

I totally need a new salad spinner. Ours just broke. I'll have to try this one out!

Thirty Something Super Mom said...

I love Ozeri and my salad spinner. I couldn't live without it now that I know how awesome they are!

Mistee Dawn said...

Oh I have to have one of those frying pans! And that salad spinner looks pretty cool, too! Great products!

Alyssa Collazo said...

That salad spinner looks so cool! I definitely need something like that for my house.

Mrs ABC said...

i love a salad spinner!!! when i was a kid i used to love using them!

Nile Flores said...

My grandmother loves her salad spinner. Last time I was over at her place, she was having me use it while helping her prepare dinner.

Corina Ramos said...

I love kitchen gadgets. The salad spinner is so cool. I wouldn't mind getting one of those :).

TayaBelle said...

i need the salad spinner! I am on a mission to eat healthier and incorporate a salad into my everyday eating habits and this would help out tremendously!

Bonnie Gowen said...

I love Ozeri products! I have a lot of their pans and the salad spinner too. Love it.

Lynndee said...

I would love to have that salad spinner. Such a pretty neat product. Both the hubs and I love salads so that would be perfect.

Erin Shebish said...

You know, I married a man with a salad spinner and I never thought Id use it. But I love it!

The Mommy-Files said...

Salad spinners are great to have! This one looks like a good one!

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