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Saturday, December 27, 2014

NuWave Precision Induction Cooktop Giveaway

The NuWave Precision Induction Cooktop Giveaway ($99 ARV)

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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

1 LUCKY Winner Will Receive This Cooktop! ($99 ARV)

Giveaway Dates: 12AM EST 12/27 through 12AM EST 1/26
Giveaway Valid for Continental US Residents ONLY and must be 18+ to enter
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in the Continental United States (48 states). Entrants must be 18+ years of age to enter.
This giveaway will end at 12:00 PM (EST) 01/26/15.

And Now The Giveaway!!!


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60 comments:

kellyr78 said...

I would cook Salmon on this.

Carla Shiver said...

I would make carribean jerk chicken with it first.

clc408 said...

I would use it to make stir fry dishes and for extra cooking area on holidays.

Rusthawk said...

Great for a small cooking area in the basement.

bison61 said...

it would be great for soups and stews

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Shirley Martin-Tutolo said...

I would make veg stir fry. It would be perfect for this.

Robin Abrams said...

I would use it for my soups. This would be great to cook on

Kristi C said...

I would fix a steak and vegetables first.

clc408 said...

I would make beef stew first with it.

RICHARD HICKS said...

I would use it to make a warm winter soup

Marti Tabora said...

I would use it to cook some vegetable stew. I think it would be great for that

Claire Quaile said...

Stir fry and stews! Yummy

Alice said...

some nice soup maybe butternut squash

Leela said...

I would make herbed chicken first.

Kim Keithline said...

I would love this for my son he goes to college and is in a dorm room and cooks from a hot plate this would be perfect for him

samdaleo said...

I would try some new veggie recipes first.

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Mendy Dinsmore said...

I would make steaks and steamed veggies.

rebecca williams said...

I would make chicken tacos

Stephanie Phelps said...

I would make a shrimp linguine and some veggies with it first if I won!

Uplifting Families said...

I would have to find a list of recipes to use for this. I love that it doesn't consume very much electricity.

Michelle said...

I have a cooking group so this would be great for more cooking space.

Leann said...

who knows what I would make?? maybe a chicken dish. chefl@swbell.net

Tanya White said...

I would make chili or soup with it first

smilekisses said...

I would make chili first. It would be nice to have an extra burner to use.

Ingrid said...

I would make some homemade spaghetti sauce.

nickieisis3 said...

I would make chili or soup.

Christina McDowell said...

We would use this for almost everything during our camping. Probably fry some fish.

Leann said...

Chicken and noodles. chefl@swbell.net

Marie Moody said...

I saw this on TV. It's the greatest. I would want it because I wouldn't have to wait for the water to boil. I would probably make spaghetti first. :)

Leann said...

chili maybe? chefl@swbell.net

polly said...

I would make a yummy beef stew

Leann said...

I think I would cook spaghetti sauce in it. chefl@swbell.net

Mary T said...

I would cook my famous beef & vegetable stew.

amp said...

I would make chili and take this to a friends house to watch the game.

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rajee pandi said...

tomato soup

Deb Christie said...

I would probably make pasta first on the induction burner.

tina reynolds said...

I would make a Cajun streak fry

sparkedcat said...

I would make a veggie omelette with the NuWave Induction Cooktop.

yellowlabs said...

I would make beef stew with this first.

RICHARD HICKS said...

I would first make a tasty chicken stew on it. I like because it is so sophisticated

Kristi C said...

The first thing I would make would be a pork tenderloin.

ConiSu said...

First thing I would make is breakfast, bacon and eggs

Marilyn's Money said...

I would make chicken & veges with this.

Kim Hardy said...

I would take it to work so I could heat up soup!!

Paige Canfield said...

I would make pork chops!

Laurie Murley said...

i would like to fry some country ham with my fry pan

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shirley hicks said...

I would cook a big pot of white beans

Deb K said...

I would make chicken.

Trisha McKee said...

I love the 100 hours of memory. I would make my chicken noodle soup first. It is my favorite to make.

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RICHARD HICKS said...

I would scramble eggs

Karen Drake said...

I would make french toast with it.

Kim Keithline said...

I would make spaghetti and meatballs

Barbara R. said...

I would make soup for a cold day.

Shari Klyn said...

I would make mac and cheese. I would give this to my mother who lives downstairs and doesn't have a stove.

lisaray said...

First thing that came to my mind was pork chops!

Christine M said...

I would cook pancakes.

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Emmy said...

I'd make a lot of soups on it! My kids seriously love soup.

Vikki Billings said...

I would make stir-fry, and spaghetti.
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Brian E. said...

Thank You for the giveaway… would try out making scrambled eggs !

Jeff Molnar said...

I love these cooktops.