Saturday, December 27, 2014

NuWave Precision Induction Cooktop Giveaway

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NuWave Cooktop 3333

The NuWave Precision Induction Cooktop Giveaway ($99 ARV)

Hosted By : Deliciously Savvy
And As Always A BIG Thank You To Blogs Helping To Promote This Giveaway!

Check out the Detailed Info from Nu Wave Below:
The NuWave Precision Induction Cooktop (PIC2) as seen on TV offers precise temperature control, adjustable in 10-degree increments. With a minimum temperature setting of 100F and an upper limit of 575F (Sear), the NuWave PIC2 offers a wider temperature range than competitor models. This permits the appliance to act as more than just a cooktop. The NuWave PIC2 does the thinking for you. It offers state-of-the art programming technology with 100 hours of memory that allow you to prepare complex recipes with ease. A "Delay" function allows you to initiate cooking when it's most convenient for you, including an automatic shutoff function when cooking time is completed. The NuWave PIC2 was engineered with a circular design scheme, doing away with excess space that serves no cooking function. The PIC2's round design also echoes the traditional feel of an intimate gathering place like the kitchen or dining room table. Mealtime is about community and the PIC2 was designed with that idea in mind. Despite its portability and compact size, the NuWave PIC2 offers a large cooking area, measuring 9 inches in diameter. In this case, bigger is better, with the PIC2 allowing for greater diversity in cooking vessels and portion sizes.



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Complete energy saving cooking solution Uses up to 70% less energy 1300 watts 6 pre-programmed temperature settings Precision temperature control Lightweight and portable Can deep fry, stir fry, sauté, boil, steam, sear, slow cook, barbecue or grill

GIVEAWAY!

1 LUCKY Winner Will Receive This Cooktop! ($99 ARV)
Open to the US and you must be 18 years or older to enter
Giveaway begins December 27th and ends January 26th
Enter the Rafflecopter form below for your chance to win
Good Luck!


Deliciously Savvy and Elitemama did not receive any form of compensation for this giveaway. Once winner is selected via the Rafflecopter process, the product will be shipped. Winner has 48 hours to respond or another winner will be chosen. No other blog associated with this giveaway is responsible for the product shipment. Deliciously Savvy is providing the prize to the winner. Thank You for stopping by! Any Questions or Concerns email me at mcushing7@hotmail.com

30 comments:

  1. I think that if I were to win, the first thing I would do is to use the grill function and make hamburgers or grilled cheese! Hamburgers just don't taste the same if they are not grilled! I love grilled hamburgers! Thanks for asking! Michele :)

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  2. I would go through my recipe pinterest board and try some new items on there. Each time I see this, I think "I want this" LOL I really need to save up the money to get myself one. They look so cool.

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  3. The first thing I'd make is a western omelet.

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  4. I could certainly use this for that "extra burner" during the holidays or when I make big Sunday dinners.

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    1. You know, that would come in handy! It's always hectic during the holidays and having that extra "help" is always nice, lol. That is a great idea!

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  5. I would also make skillet lasagna, it's easy and quick.

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  6. This also would come in handy since we can't use cast iron on our glass top stove.

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    1. I never knew that you couldn't use cast irons on a glass top. I always though that all stove tops, glass or not were strong enough to handle the weight. But, I can see why the cast iron wouldn't be a good idea. I love cooking with cast iron!

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    2. You can use the enameled ones, but not the black ones because it will scratch the surface. That's what it says in the owner's manual so I never took the chance. We bought a cheap single burner from Walmart, but I'd rather have the NuWave. lol

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    3. My husband and I were stuck using these cheap burners we found for $5 a piece because the stove that we had at the time leaked gas. The landlord never wanted to do anything about it... It sucked and I hated those burners. But the NuWave looks like it would do the job quite well!

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  7. Are we supposed to comment every day, I seem to be the only one. Hahaha! Anyway, I would make fried potatoes with green peppers and onions.

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    1. You don't have to comment everyday if you don't want to, but I see it as getting more entries and that will give you a higher chance at winning.

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  8. I love veggies so probably zucchini and yellow squash in a garlic butter sauce or broccoli and cheese. Thanks :)

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  9. There are so many things I could whip up on the NuWave, like Sausage Gravy for biscuits!

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  10. I would make something healthy to eat. Maybe veggies with a butter sauce if I were lucky enough to win :)

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  11. i would try some caramel popcorn balls, thats pretty tricky sometimes,lol mostly with the kids.

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  12. I would fry up some potatoes with onions and peppers!

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  13. I'd love the NuWave so I could make healthy foods for myself and my family. Thanks :)

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  14. I would whip up some pancakes and sausage links.

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  15. Dh and girls would make breakfast for sure!!!'

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