Barbara's Beat: Win a $160 AquaChef® Smart Cooker 3/11

Sunday, February 24, 2013

Win a $160 AquaChef® Smart Cooker 3/11


Prize: AquaChef Oven (A.L.L. Review) ARV $160

If you love good food, but don’t always have the time to cook, the AquaChef will save you time. It's easy and convenient to use. Simply seal, set and serve. Then walk away. And it will stay hot. 

Hosted by: A Lucky Ladybug



By sealing your food air-tight with the Seal ‘N Fresh™ Vacuum System, your food retains 100% of the moisture, flavor and nutrients. Your food cooks in its own natural juices, evenly at a precise temperature all the way through. That means from edge to edge your foods cook perfectly. 

The magic is that your food never cooks past the set temperature and it stays perfect until you are ready to serve. Then you can enjoy the most flavorful, succulent and tender meals you've ever had.

Barbara's Beat is not responsible for sponsor prize shipment."Make Our Own Network" solely organized this event. I received no compensation for this publication. My opinions are 100% my own and may differ from your own.

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23 comments :

Terri. said...

Oh, I would make a chicken dinner, free of oils and butter, very healthy. I have wanted one of these since I've heard of them just a few months ago. Keeping my fingers crossed...

Jill Jacoby said...

I would cook chicken first. I am always over cautious with chicken about not under cooking it so I end up with dry chicken.

Dawn Ganey said...

A pork roast with onions, garlic, potatoes, carrots, celery, & rosemary.

chris0855 said...

I will cook Pot Roast!

MommaTiff said...

I'm not sure, I'd have to look up some yummy recipes!!!

Ms Janet said...

I would probably try to cook chicken and potatoes, but I would still research some recipes.

polly said...

i would like to try chicken & dumplings recipie first

Ms Janet said...

different types of vegetables

Danielle Whitfield said...

I would make homemade fried cube steak.

~Kelly said...

I'd probably do some sort of vegtables.

sally0630 said...

i wwould like to try beef stew in it.

michedt said...

We'd make some chicken breasts and veggies.
Michelle Tucker

Ms Janet said...

id like to try some type of cajun shrimp.

Virginia said...

salmon

wpogrant said...

We'd make some chicken

Ms Janet said...

id probably try a steak recipe

Robin Abrams said...

I would love to cook a roast and all the fixing with it

Jan Lee said...

Probably a roast and potatoes :)

Laurie Nykaza said...

a nice big prime rib for sure it's my families favorite meat

jenrenh said...

I would love to cook a chicken breast first thing.

Jennifer Hedden
jenrenh@hotmail.com

Robin Abrams said...

I Would cook Beef Roast with all the fixins with it

polly said...

i would make a pot roast with veggies & potatoes

mandala said...

Chicken dumplings and spring rolls. Thanks!