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Cutting Up A Pineapple: Thank You Pampered Chef!

17 Mar

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When I had my Pampered Chef online party in January, I had a few friends ask me if the Pampered Chef Pineapple Wedger was really that magnificent and easy. Of course, I told them it was because, in my honest opinion, it is. 🙂 Since I a few friends purchased one, I felt a duty to show them how to use it. Since I can’t be in their kitchens with them, side-by-side, demonstrating how to use it, I thought I would post pictures of the process.

This post, in particular, is for and dedicated to my friend, Bethany. She was slated to come over to my house last week. The goal of our get together was not pineapple slicing. However, I had a fresh pineapple in the kitchen, so I told her that I would show her how I use my Pineapple Wedger while she was over. These plans quickly vaporized when our youngest woke up in the middle of the night puking his guts out. Yes, that was awesome. So, Bethany and my other Pampered Chef Pineapple Wedger purchasers, these pictures are for you!

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1) Using a chef’s knife, I cut off the top, aka “the sharp poky leaves.” (Be careful, those things are dangerous.) Next, I cut off the bottom of the pineapple. For this step, only a minimum cut is required; this simply is useful for making the bottom level. At the conclusion of this step, you have 2 halves of the pineapple remaining. See the two circles in the upper left hand corner of this picture.

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2) Locate the pineapple’s core. Do you see the dark yellow circle in the center? That’s your core!

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3) Line the circle of your Pineapple Wedger with the pineapple’s core…and press down. I usually gently rock the Pineapple Wedger back and forth as I press down.

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4) Viola! Now, I pull the 4 pieces of pineapple peel away from the Pineapple Wedger.

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5) I remove the two halves of the pineapple from the Pineapple Wedger. All that is left in the center is the core.

image6) Then, I slice and dice the fruit. I repeat these steps for the other half of the pineapple.

7) I practice oodles of self-control and do NOT eat an entire pineapple by myself.

Be cautioned, fresh pineapple will not last long in your house. So, you may want to buy 2, 3, or 50 at a time! I especially like to purchase them when Aldi has them on sale for 99 CENTS!

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Pampered Chef #15–Mix ‘N Chop

27 Jan

I’m hosting an online Pampered Chef party…for only a few more days! 🙂   (Today is the LAST DAY, Jan. 27! Don’t miss out!). To celebrate, I’m featuring some of my favorite Pampered Chef items here on Suzanne Shares. Missed previous posts? Read all of them including the previous 14 favorite Pampered Chef items I featured here.

Once upon a time, a washing machine flooded in a kitchen. That kitchen belonged to….yours truly. We called our good friend, Rob, to take care of the flood and our ruined floors. They did great work, but the flood and ruined floors meant our house was unlivable for a few days. Did I mention that my awesome husband was on the continent of Asia when these repairs were happening?!?!? Awesome, awesome, awesome. 🙂

Sweet friends of ours from church offered to let us live with them during those few days of floor repairs (Thank you Dave and Kae!). Bless them for letting me and  6, 4, and 1 year old boys invade their home. They were gracious hosts, and we had a blast! One evening Kae, amazing cook extraordinaire, was browning ground beef for our meal. She was using this wild looking contraption that made the cooking of ground beef look effortless! Kae was in the middle of a story when I observed the said ‘wild looking contraption.’ I stopped her mid-sentence and mid-story (a 2 year old apology for stopping you mid-story, Kae!) and screamed, “What is the amazing, ‘wild looking contraption’ that you are using?!?!” She said, “Oh, this Mix and Chop? It’s from Pampered Chef, and it’s amazing. My friend had one, and I used hers and immediately bought my own.”

Well, you know what I did?!?! I did exactly what Kae did! I immediately went out and bought my own after watching Kae cook with this amazing ‘wild looking contraption.’ The chopping design of the Pampered Chef Mix and Chop cuts the hunk of ground beef as you are cooking it. Do you know how, once the raw ground beef (or turkey, chicken or sausage, which this also works with!) is in the skillet, it is in one massive hunk?!?! The Mix ‘N Chop allows you to, literally, chop it while stirring and cooking it. Have you ever done what I used to do in my pre-Mix ‘N Chop days? Do you try to saw through the meat with a spatula (which is quite difficult, I might add) in order to make it cook evenly and faster? Or, do you try to stir the big massive chunk of meat with your spatula, flip it over and slosh hot grease on you? (Or, was that just me!?!??) Anyway, those days of mine are gone, and I’m so relieved! This little tool is only $11.50, and it is worth every penny!

The moral of the story is this–yes, my kitchen flooded, which wasn’t fun. However, getting new floors (thanks Rob and Serve Pro of Belle Meade and West Nashville), vacationing a few days with our friends during the floor renovations while my husband was on another continent, and discovering the Pampered Chef Mix ‘N Chop were very much a “making-lemonade-out-of-a-lemon” kind of experience!

Want to order one of these handy dandy Mix and Chop? The item number is: 2583. See below to order online and have it shipped to your door (or “shipped to host” if you are local to me.)

TODAY IS THE LAST DAY TO ORDER (Jan. 27).To participate in my Pampered Chef online show, go here. Click on the “Shop” button on the upper left-hand corner, and shop away! Get one of these items free when you spend $60. Thanks to my fabulous neighbor, Aimee Howell, wonderful Pampered Chef consultant for allowing me to host a party! And…no worries if you don’t live anywhere near me! When you order online, you can have it shipped directly to your door! Oh, how I love shopping online.

Pampered Chef #14-Pineapple Wedger

25 Jan

I’m hosting an online Pampered Chef party…for only a few more days! 🙂   (through 1/27). To celebrate, I’m featuring some of my favorite Pampered Chef items here on Suzanne Shares. Missed previous posts? Read all of them including the previous 13 favorite Pampered Chef items I featured here.

I’m a HUGE Aldi fan. One of my favorite things to buy at Aldi are pinapples when they are on sale for $0.99! Yup, you read that right–$0.99! We’ve gotten so used to eating fresh pineapple that canned pineapple almost tastes like a totally different fruit to me. No, I’m not snooty. I will still eat canned pineapple; it just tastes totally different. Fresh pineapple for $0.99, or the canned variety for roughly the same price. I just go for the fresh one, and actually buy several when they’re that price.

If you would’ve told me that I would be buying fresh pineapple several years ago, I would have laughed in your face! Fresh pineapple scared me–not just the rough, prickly outside skin and the sharp leaves. Trying to figure out how to cut it up made me nervous, sweaty and anxious. Yes, sometimes cooking causes me anxiety. 🙂 However, I found a handy dandy little pineapple cutter contraption on clearance, so I purchased it. Then, I felt obligated to buy a fresh pineapple because I had the new-fangled contraption. So, I took several deep cleansing breaths and cut up my first pineapple, and eating each juicy bite was so worth it. Sadly, though, as with my cheap apple wedger, the pineapple cutter broke.

After my Pampered Chef Apple Wedger purchase and learning that it was worth the few extra bucks beyond the cheapy apple wedger, I decided that I should replace my broken pineapple wedger with the Pampered Chef one. So, I did. Again, a little more than the cost of my previous purchase, but it has been a great investment! It is even EASIER to use than the first one I had, and I can literally cut up an entire pineapple in less than 5 minutes! It’s so easy to use, and it has helped me overcome my how-in-the-world-do-I-cut-up-a-fresh-pineapple-anxiety. So, when I see the $0.99 sale price for pineapple at Aldi, I go runnin’. If you run into me at Aldi one afternoon, and I have 10 pineapples in my buggy, don’t judge. My Pampered Chef Pineapple Wedger will show its muscle when I get home.

Want to order the Pampered Chef Pineapple Wedger? Here’s how…

To participate in my Pampered Chef online show, go here. Click on the “Shop” button on the upper left-hand corner, and shop away! Get one of these items free when you spend $60. Thanks to my fabulous neighbor, Aimee Howell, wonderful Pampered Chef consultant for allowing me to host a party! And…no worries if you don’t live anywhere near me! When you order online, you can have it shipped directly to your door! Oh, how I love shopping online. :)

Pampered Chef #13-Apple Wedger

21 Jan

I’m hosting an online Pampered Chef party…for only a few more days! 🙂   (through 1/27). To celebrate, I’m featuring some of my favorite Pampered Chef items here on Suzanne Shares. Missed previous posts? Read all of them including the previous 12 favorite Pampered Chef items I featured here.

I bought the Pampered Chef Apple Wedger at my last Pampered Chef party. It was a last minute “throw in the shopping cart” idea. My friend, Duffy, told me, “not all apple wedgers are alike. The Pampered Chef one is worth the extra money.” So, I put faith in what she said, and I bought one. Best.decision.ever.

Here’s a little history with me and apple wedgers. I bought one in college because they were the newest, greatest invention. Yes, it was a knock-off brand. I had seen the shiny Pampered Chef one, and was too cheap to buy it. So, I bought the knock-off brand. Well, “knock-off” was an appropriate term because it was a little “off”; it broke ASAP. There were very few apples wedged by that apple wedger. I was disgusted with the poor quality and punted all ideas of ever buying an apple wedger again. After all, if I had my Pampered Chef Quikcut Paring Knife, I was good to go.

In a moment of weakness one year ago this month, I followed the wisdom of my friend, Duffy, and broke my vow of never buying another apple wedger. She assured me that the Pampered Chef Apple Wedger was worth it, so I took the plunge. You know, what? She was RIGHT! We’ve been using it for a year now, and it has lived up to the hype. We eat mass quantities of apples at our house (I’m currently buying them in 20 pound boxes. No lie.), and being able to have an apple ready for my sons to devour in 30 seconds is phenomenal! My Quikcut Paring Knife does the trick, too, with my apples. However, the Apple Wedger takes the cake. It literally is so easy to prep an apple and serve it to my boys with the Pampered Chef Apple Wedger. I love that I can give them a delicious, whole food snack in turbo speed. 🙂 So, take the plunge like I did, and you’ll be glad that you did! You’ll enjoy hearing your children ask for a piece of FRUIT for a snack instead of something junk-food-esque.

We also have this little beauty, “The Corer,” and we love it as well. Some days my boys want their apple “not cut up, Mommy, just a hole in it.” When this request is made, I know they mean “The Corer” and not the Apple Wedger. This is a fun tool that takes out–ta dah–the core of the apple! Use “The Corer” to remove the core, slice the apple horizontally, slather some peanut butter with a few mini chocolate chips in between each layer, and you have a wonderful snack or fun party appetizer!

Now, you’re ready to get your Apple Wedger or “The Corer” aren’t you?!?!? You’ll be so glad you did! Click on the link below to shop online through my party. Thanks in advance! The item numbers are: Apple Wedger-#2427 or “The Corer”-#2415.

To participate in my Pampered Chef online show, go here. Click on the “Shop” button on the upper left-hand corner, and shop away! Get one of these items free when you spend $60. Thanks to my fabulous neighbor, Aimee Howell, wonderful Pampered Chef consultant for allowing me to host a party! And…no worries if you don’t live anywhere near me! When you order online, you can have it shipped directly to your door! Oh, how I love shopping online. :)

Pampered Chef #12-White Ceramic Saute Pan

20 Jan

I’m hosting an online Pampered Chef party…for only a few more days! 🙂   (through 1/27). To celebrate, I’m featuring some of my favorite Pampered Chef items here on Suzanne Shares. Missed previous posts? Read all of them including my 11 favorite Pampered Chef items here.

When I had a Pampered Chef party last year, one of the Host Gifts was the White Ceramic 10″ Saute Pan at a discounted price. As I was closing out the show and finalizing all the orders with my friend, Aimee, Pampered Chef Consultant Extraordinaire, she asked if I wanted to buy it. I had looked at it and decided that I would pass. However, she started raving about it, and I listened.

She said, she…

*Uses it to warm up leftovers at lunch for her son.

*Can clean it in about two seconds by simply wiping it with a dishcloth.

Both of these things intrigued me because we have leftovers a lot for lunch during our homeschool week. I don’t mind leftovers, but that nice chewy texture that my food can be transformed into when I warm it too long in the microwave is…well…overrated. 🙂 (Can you tell I have a tendency to ‘overwarm’ my leftovers?!?!? ha!) PLUS, easy clean up without nonstick Teflon? I’m sold! I have a great set of stainless still pots and pans, and I love them. Easy clean up, though, they are not. 😦

So, I took the leap, I bought the White Ceramic Saute Pan, and IT IS AMAZING! Seriously, I use it more than any other pot or pan I own! My friend’s summary of the pan was spot on! We hardly ever use our microwave anymore. I warm up our leftovers at lunch in the pan, and everything tastes like I just made it at that moment! I can also warm up a variety of leftovers at the same meal because clean up in between the various dishes is so easy. 

Now, go order yours! You’ll be glad you did! The 10″ Saute Pan is item #3131, or the 8″ Saute Pan is item #3130. Or, check out the other White Ceramic pots and pans here.

To participate in my Pampered Chef online show, go here. Click on the “Shop” button on the upper left-hand corner, and shop away! Get one of these items free when you spend $60. Thanks to my fabulous neighbor, Aimee Howell, wonderful Pampered Chef consultant for allowing me to host a party! And…no worries if you don’t live anywhere near me! When you order online, you can have it shipped directly to your door! Oh, how I love shopping online. 🙂

Pampered Chef Online Party 2.0

19 Jan

Last January, I had an online Pampered Chef PARTAY (It was too much fun to simply be a PARTY!). It was so much fun, I decided to have another. I’m calling it Pampered Chef Online Party 2.0. Creative, I know. 🙂 Last year I wrote about my 11 favorite Pampered Chef items to CELEBRATE the PARTAY. Click on their names below to read why I love them–oh, so much!

Professional Kitchen Shears

Egg Slicer Plus (aka “Strawberry Slicer” at my house. I hate eggs.)

Quikut Paring Knife

Citrus Peeler

Core & More (aka “Stawberry Capper” at my house. Yes, we love strawberries)

Apple Peeler, Slicer, Corer

Salad Chopper

Large Bar Pan (Seriously, I use this daily! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!)

Medium & Large Scoops (and the Stoneware Muffin Pan!)

Glass Storage Containers

Mini Serving Spatula (This is the BEST!)

 I’ve decided to highlight some of my other Pampered Chef favorites this year as well. So stay tuned for that this week! 🙂

To participate in my Pampered Chef online show, go here. Click on the “Shop” button on the upper left-hand corner, and shop away! Get one of these items free when you spend $60. Thanks to my fabulous neighbor, Aimee Howell, wonderful Pampered Chef consultant for allowing me to host a party! And…no worries if you don’t live anywhere near me! When you order online, you can have it shipped directly to your door! Oh, how I love shopping online. 🙂

Pampered Chef #11-Mini-Serving Spatula (last day to order!)

28 Jan

I’m hosting an online Pampered Chef party… and today, Monday, January 28 is the last day to order! 🙂 So, don’t miss out! To celebrate, I’m featuring some of my favorite Pampered Chef items here on Suzanne Shares. Missed previous posts? Read all of them here

If you’ve been around Pampered Chef at all or know of anyone who has anything from Pampered Chef, it’s probably this little beauty shown here. I.LOVE.THIS.THING! Hello, blog readers, meet the amazing, Mini-Serving Spatula. Mini-Serving Spatula meet the, also, amazing readers of my blog. Great, now everyone knows each other. Love it. 🙂

The Mini-Serving Spatula is a must, must, must for your kitchen! Plus, it’s only $6…such a steal! Have you ever made a fresh batch of yummy, gooey brownies and tried to get the first piece out of the pan with a spatula that looks something like this…

You’re giggling right now, aren’t you? You’re giggling because you’ve done it, and you know what a disaster it is. You don’t just get one brownie out of the pan with this bad boy. You manage to unearth about 3 or 4 at a time. What.a.mess.

Viola! The Mini-Serving Spatula to the rescue! It only gets one brownie out of the pan at a time, thank you, and it does it neatly and with much grace. Thank you, Mini-Serving Spatula. It’s petite size and design allows you to maneuver it easily to get brownies, cake, or any other yummy dessert from your dish. It, also, beautifully unpries from my Large Bar Pan those yummy, made-from-scratch chocolate chip cookies that we like to eat here at the Mosley casa. I love it because it’s the perfect size for serving desserts. It takes what used to be really awkward with my spatulas like the one above and makes it easy, seamless and mess-free. So, if you’ve not tried anything ever from Pampered Chef, make this the day that you change that. I promise you will love, love, love this Mini-Serving Spatula. It’s a kitchen essential for me, and I’m sure you’ll find that to be true in your house as well.

Ready to order one?? Here’s how…

To participate in my show, shop online here. You’ll need to search for my name (last name Mosley) and click through to order. Thanks to my fabulous neighbor, Aimee Howell, wonderful Pampered Chef consultant for allowing me to host a party! And…no worries if you don’t live anywhere near me! When you order online, you can have it shipped directly to your door! Oh, how I love shopping online. 🙂  Thank you, thank you, thank you!! Party ends today, Monday, January 28 at 11:59PM CST, so don’t miss out.

Pampered Chef favorites #9 and #10–Glass storage containers

26 Jan

I’m hosting an online Pampered Chef party…for only a few more days! 🙂  (Monday 1/28 is the last day to order). To celebrate, I’m featuring some of my favorite Pampered Chef items here on Suzanne Shares. Missed previous posts? Read all of them here. I’m sooooooooo close to my goal, so if you need some Pampered Chef goodies, I wold love, love, love for you to order them through my party! 🙂 Thanks a million!

One afternoon when I was at my neighbor Aimee’s house (the fabulous Pampered Chef consultant through whom I’m having my Pampered Chef party), and she commented that she was trying to get rid of plastic from her home. “Interesting,” I thought. I had never given that much thought but later read online some interesting things about plastic. I decided that I would do my best to monitor our use of plastic in the kitchen (especially avoiding it in the microwave). Also, I thought I would start replenishing our storage containers with glass ones as the plastic ones got old and needed replacing. This was all about the same time that I had my Pampered Chef party last year. I had a friend order the 2-cup Prep Bowls (#1742), and she said she was going to use them for storing leftovers. Brilliant! I decided to get some for our house, too. (There are also 1-Cup Prep Bowls-item #1825 and 3-Cup Prep Bowls-item #1743). We have the 2-cup and 3-cup Preps Bowls and really, really loved these! I don’t use them for “prep” as much as I do leftovers. It’s also super convenient with leftovers to take off the lid and just pop the glass bowl into the oven or toaster oven. Less dishes for me to wash, too!

These great Leakproof containers were a Host Special at the time, too, so I ordered those for us as well. These also are fabulous! I love the glass storage, and the leakproof, snap-on-tight lids are wonderful. With little boys in my home and in my refrigerator, I need all the help that I can get minimizing spills. They have 1 1/2 cups (item #1201) , 3 cups (item #1202) , 5 1/4 cups (item #1203) or 8 1/4 cups (item #1204) storage options. We have some of all 4 of these, and I can’t say enough about them!

No judgement from me if you have plastic containers. We still have some in my cabinets. 🙂 We’re all about taking baby steps, right?!?!? If you are making the switch from plastic to glass and looking for some stellar, glass storage options, I would highly recommend these from Pampered Chef! We love, love, love them!

To participate in my show, shop online here. You’ll need to search for my name (last name Mosley) and click through to order. Thanks to my fabulous neighbor, Aimee Howell, wonderful Pampered Chef consultant for allowing me to host a party! And…no worries if you don’t live anywhere near me! When you order online, you can have it shipped directly to your door! Oh, how I love shopping online. 🙂 Thank you, thank you, thank you!!

Pampered Chef favorite #9–Medium & Large Scoops (a lifesaver with muffins & cupcakes!)

25 Jan

I’m hosting an online Pampered Chef party…for only a few more days! 🙂 (through 1/28). To celebrate, I’m featuring some of my favorite Pampered Chef items here on Suzanne Shares. Missed previous posts? Read all of them here.

Last night, I made 4 dozen of one of our family’s favorite breakfast items, Breakfast Power Muffins. Yes, 4 dozen! This is a great, freezeable recipe, by the way, which is why I make so many at a time. (Instructions on how to freeze them is included with the recipe.) Making 4 dozen muffins at once can be quite labor intensive, but thanks to one of my favorite Pampered Chef tools, the Large Scoop (item #1790) the intensity of my labor has lessened. The Large Scoop works much like the old fashioned ice cream scoops I grew up with as a kid. As you squeeze its handle, there is a mechanism that goes back and forth inside the scoop to scrape free what’s inside the scoop. Before I had the Large Scoop, I would use a variety of different things to try to get the perfect amount of muffin batter easily into the muffin pan. I tried spoons, which I inevitably always had to scrape with my fingers to get out the rest of the batter (sanitary?? I think not!). Sometimes I would use my liquid measuring cups and pour them into the muffin pan. Boy was that a mess! Transferring the muffin batter to the measuring cup and then pouring the batter into the muffin pan. Whew! Doing this 48 times (and having to continually refill the measuring cup with batter from the mixing bowl!) was extra, extra labor intensive! I’m just tired writing about it! 🙂

I saw the Large Scoop (and there’s also a Small #2530 or Medium #2540 one, too!) in the Pampered Chef catalog and thought, “Hmm, these would work well with my making my muffins.” So, I asked my fabulous Pampered Chef consultant what the Scoops were used for and she said, “They’re great to use for scooping out cookie dough or muffin and cupcake batter, or even ice cream.” Okay, I’m sold! So, I got the Medium and Large Scoops and have been a happily, pampered chef ever since! I use the Large Scoop for my muffins or cupcakes. I’ve used the Medium one for those as well, too (whenever the Large one is in the dishwasher!), and it also works well to scoop muffin batter into mini muffin pans since its smaller than the Large scoop. So, if you make lots of muffins, cupcakes or cookies, I would highly recommend any of the 3 scoops–Small, Medium or Large!

Which muffin pan do you use for your Breakfast Power Muffins? Well, glad you asked! 🙂 I have and use the Pampered Chef 12 Cup Muffin Pan (Item #1465) with my muffins, and LOVE, LOVE, LOVE it! It’s another great stoneware treasure that I love having in my kitchen! 🙂 No more metal, nonstick coating in our muffins…just like my cookie sheets! 🙂

Ready to order one of the Scoops or the Stoneware Muffin Pan? Here’s how…

To participate in my show, shop online here. You’ll need to search for my name (last name Mosley) and click through to order. Thanks to my fabulous neighbor, Aimee Howell, wonderful Pampered Chef consultant for allowing me to host a party! And…no worries if you don’t live anywhere near me! When you order online, you can have it shipped directly to your door! Oh, how I love shopping online. 🙂 Thank you, thank you, thank you!! Party ends Monday, January 28, so don’t miss out.

Pampered Chef favorites #8-Large Bar Pan (stoneware!)

24 Jan

I’m hosting an online Pampered Chef party…for only a few more days! 🙂   (through 1/28). To celebrate, I’m featuring some of my favorite Pampered Chef items here on Suzanne Shares. Missed previous posts? Read all of them here.

Can you believe that I had NO stoneware pans in my home until 12 months ago!?!? I know, I know. I’m soooooooooooo behind the times. I decided to take the plunge because the nonstick surface on my metal cookie sheet was peeling off. YUCK! Metal with your chocolate chip cookies, Mosley boys? Yeah, disgusting. I decided that my family probably didn’t want to ingest metal with every chocolate chip cookie or roasted sweet potato that I frequently made on that metal cookie sheet. Gross, gross, gross.

So, I took the plunge…no more metal cookie sheet. Hello, Pampered Chef stoneware! I think one of the most common and probably best selling Pampered Chef products is the round pizza stone. I went to my friend Aimee, Pampered Chef Consultant extraordinaire and told her that I was ready to invest in some stoneware. She did what any great consultant should do, she consulted! Here’s how our conversation went:

Aimee: What are you planning to do with the round pizza stone? Would you ever cook something that you would need to have a lip around the pan so that the contents wouldn’t spill off the stone?”

Me: “Hmm…great questions. Actually, one of the main uses I had for my metal cookie sheet was roasting sweet potatoes and other sundry vegetables. I’ll also use it for cookies and pizza.”

Aimee: “I would actually recommend the Large Bar Pan (item #1445). It is rectangular instead of round. But if you roast a lot of vegetables, they would probably slide off the round pizza stone as you take it in/out of the oven. There is no lip around the edge of the round pizza stone. With the Large Bar Pan, it still functions like the round pizza stone, you can bake cookies on it and continue to make homemade pizza (just rectangular instead of circular). It’s the size of a jelly roll pan for cakes (which was important to me because of this heirloom recipe), and you can continue roasting your vegetables. You can do all of these in the Large Bar Pan, or you can order the Round Pizza Stone and cook some of these things.”

Me: “Oooooooooh, great point! Okay, scratch the Round Stone and order me the Large Bar Pan!”

Thank you, Aimee, for sharing your fabulous Pampered Chef wisdom with me! I’m one happy customer a year later. First and foremost, we’re no longer eating non-stick metal coating with each bite of my homemade chocolate chip cookies. Whew! That’s a relief to my internal organs, I’m sure. I’m also enjoying roasting away with sweet potatoes, cauliflower, broccoli, and on and on the list goes. All of these things with my fabulous Pampered Chef Large Bar Pan. (AND…I also have the small and medium ones, too. They’re pretty fabulous, too!). Now, shop, shop away and order some Pampered Chef. 🙂 Here’s how…

To participate in my show, shop online here. You’ll need to search for my name (last name Mosley) and click through to order. Thanks to my fabulous neighbor, Aimee Howell, wonderful Pampered Chef consultant for allowing me to host a party! And…no worries if you don’t live anywhere near me! When you order online, you can have it shipped directly to your door! Oh, how I love shopping online. 🙂 Thank you, thank you, thank you!!