Disclosure: I wrote this post will participating in a campaign as a Good Cook Kitchen Expert, on behalf of Good Cook and received a set of Nonstick Cutlery to facilitate my review. All views and and opinions regard to the products or company itself are my own and were not influenced, nor reviewed by the company prior to posting.
Recently, I was given the opportunity to review Good Cook nonstick cutlery as a Good Cook Kitchen Expert at no charge in exchange for my reviewing the product. Since I have the same set of knives I received as a wedding shower gift over sixteen years ago I jumped at the chance. I was especially excited to try out my first Santoku knife after watching Rachel Ray for years on TV dice veggies at lightening speed with hers. I had no idea how dull my knife set had gotten, honestly I was using steak knives for just about everything I have never had a complete set. I could not wait to put them to use! After making a commitment to eat healthier last month, I put these knives to the test. I have literally used them every single day since we are eating fresh fruits and veggies and have cut processed foods out of our diets. Below I have included a couple of examples of how I have used the nonstick cutlery in my kitchen.
Also, Good Cook is giving away one set of non-stick knives to one Time 2 $ave reader!
Instructions to enter at the bottom of the post.
For larger chunks of veggies I needed to make homemade chicken stock I used the 5″ Nonstick Santoku Knife.
When dicing veggies into smaller pieces, I used the Nonstick Utility Knife.
I used the Nonstick Paring Knife to slice these homemade Cheez-Its into squares. (recipe here)
We love fresh pineapple, but I always hated cutting it up since my old knives were so dull. The Nonstick Chef Knife, made the job easy breasy!
Had it not been for the Nonstick Bread Knife, this Pineapple Angel Food Cake would have been a sticky mess. I just forgot to snap a picture of it!
All in all, these knives are amazing! I especially loved the bright colors! My favorite knife is the the Nonstick Utility Knife, I have found that I use it the most. I didn’t realize what a difference a good set of knives can make. I’ve spent A LOT of time cutting up fruits and veggies the past couple of weeks, and having the right knives has definitley saved me time!
Product Overview - Add some color to your cutting! These nonstick knives are fun to have in the kitchen. They’re sleek, stylish high performers. Below, please find a general description of and link to each one. Safety note: Although every knife in this collection comes with its own fitted safety sheath, these products are not kids-in-the-kitchen friendly because they are very sharp. Please keep out of reach of children.
General Description - These nonstick-coated knives come in inviting colors for ready access—the bright coding signals that purple is for sandwiches, green is for paring, etc. The serrated blades are crafted from high-carbon steel, which stays sharp through regular use. The nonstick coating prevents crumbs from sticking. Each knife includes a safety sheath to help protect the blade and allow for safe storage. The soft-grip, ergonomic handle fits comfortably in the hand and provides better control when slicing and when hands are wet.
Enter to win a Good Cook nonstick cutlery set:
- Nonstick Utility Knife, 5” blade – $15.69
- Nonstick Sandwich Knife, 5” blade – $19.99
- Nonstick Bread Knife, 7” blade – $29.99
- Nonstick Chef Knife, 5” blade – $24.49
- Nonstick Santoku Knife, 5” blade – $18.99
- Nonstick Paring Knife, 4” blade – $14.99
If you’d like to order a set get 30% off these knives as well as your entire order at www.goodcook.com with promo code: NONSTICK. Offer valid through April 15,2013.
Follow directions below to enter to win a set of Good Cook nonstick Cutlery (value $125)