Turbo Oven Review – Convection Oven Review

Secura Halogen Infrared Turbo Convection Countertop Oven, Deluxe Package W/extender Ring;tong;cook Racks 777MHEarlier this year I brought a turbo (convection) oven after one of the women at work told me how fantastic they are.

I have to agree with her and I was so impressed I brought all the kids one and they are all equally as impressed.

The oven sits on the bench top and I cook roasts and vegetables to perfection in it. There is also a wash cycle that makes the glass bowl and the stainless steel shelves easy to clean up in moments.

I have never liked my roasts cooked in the microwave, they just don’t seem to taste as they should, the meat looks pale and unappetising and pork crackling just doesn’t work in a microwave. Whereas the turbo oven cooks pork crackling just perfect and roast meat and veges to perfection.

I thoroughly recommend a turbo oven for convenience and great cooking results. I know I wouldn’t be without minet.

A turbo oven draws heat from the outside, heats it and swirls it around the food to cook it.

The oven is so easy to clean, simply add some water and detergent and turn the dial to clean and the timer 5 minutes. The turbo action swirls the water around and loosens all the grease, then when the oven cools to the stage where I can pick it up safely without burning myself, I pour out the water and simply rinse the bowl in fresh washing up water and wipe it over with a clean tea towel to dry.

I tend to leave the stainless steel racks in the oven when I am running it through the clean cycle as I find it makes them easy to clean as well.

I love mine so much that I brought one for  my daughters and my daughter in law for christmas. They love their turbo ovens as much as I love mine. In fact my D-I-L brought a second one as she has a large family, and she uses one for the meat and one for the veges.

This is one purchase you will never regret.

Where Can You Buy a Turbo Oven?

We found the best prices at!!

Amazon.com
Cooking.com

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Calphalon Contemporary Stainless Steel Launch – Sept 07

cs-nonstick-small.JPGIntroducing Calphalon® CS Nonstick Cookware
Bring High Style into Real Kitchens—Yours!

TOLEDO, OH, July 27, 2007— This fall, Calphalon® will introduce a new line of nonstick cookware that’s 100% dishwasher safe. Ideal for cooks who love the lustrous, contemporary beauty of brushed stainless steel but consider no-fuss nonstick cooking and cleaning a must-have, Calphalon CS Nonstick offers both convenience and style, pairing exceptional nonstick performance with the striking good looks of Calphalon’s best-selling Calphalon Contemporary Stainless cookware.

Imagine yourself executing a flawless frittata. Picture your fettuccine alfredo sliding effortlessly from your sauce pan, leaving not a trace of cheesy sauce behind. Calphalon CS Nonstick is ideal for cooking and serving even sticky or delicate dishes like these with exquisite style. The cookware’s clean lines, curvy silhouettes and beautifully sculpted handles are a design enthusiast’s dream, while its dishwasher safe nonstick cooking surface is sure to satisfy even the most practical cooks.

Calphalon CS Nonstick features tri-ply construction for superb heat conductivity. Two layers of 18/10 stainless steel surround a heavy gauge aluminum core. Calphalon’s legendary nonstick coating guarantees exceptional release and durability. The pans are guaranteed to last a lifetime, even if you run them through the dishwasher every day. Long handles stay comfortably cool on the stovetop and the covers are made from a tempered glass, so you can peer right into the pots. Calphalon CS Nonstick is oven safe to 450 degrees.

Calphalon CS Nonstick will be available exclusively at Bloomingdale’s in September 2007. It will roll out to fine stores nationwide later in the fall.

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About Calphalon

Based in Toledo, Ohio, Calphalon (www.calphalon.com) is a leading manufacturer of professional quality cookware, cutlery, bakeware, and kitchen accessories for the home chef. Calphalon is a Newell Rubbermaid company.

Why are Dutch ovens called ‘Dutch’?

why-are-dutch-ovens-called-dutch1No-one is quite sure but there are various theories.

  • In 1704, an Englishman called Abraham Darby, travelled to Holland to see a Dutch casting process. On his return home, Darby refined the method and began casting pots. He shipped them to the new colonies in America and all over the world. The name may have originated from the Dutch casting process.
  • Early Dutch traders and salesmen peddled cast iron pots hence the name.
  • Dutch settlers in the region of Pennsylvania used cast iron pots or kettles.

Product of the Week – All-Clad 14pc Stainless Cookware Set

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Our product of the week is the All Clad 14pc Stainless Steel Cookware Set. If you are looking for quality cookware then All-Clad is the one.

This set includes:

- 2 frypans
– 2 sauce pans
– 2 saute pans
– a chefs pan
– stockpot

Check out our review of the All-Clad 14pc Stainless Cookware Set.

OR click here if you want buy this product…

Applemint – Blog of the Week

applemint.JPGWhilst doing a little web surfing yesterday, I came across a wonderful food blog that I knew would have to be our Blog of the Week. What caught my eye with this blog was the wonderful recipes and accompanying photos which are just superb.

Applemint is owned by Kate who has no formal training but obviously has a love and a passion for cooking.

Check out her recipe for Nectarine and Honey Yoghurt Lollies. These really caught my eye and I will be keeping this one for when the weather warms up here.

This is our recommended blog of the week so take some time to head over to Applemint.