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360 Cookware 1 Quart Sauce Pan Giveaway

Three 360 Cookware 1 Quart Sauce Pan Giveaway!

I have a confession to make.  The part I dislike the most about cooking is cleaning up.  Am I right, girlfriend?  And no one can make a bigger mess than me.  But when stainless steel cookware like 360 Cookware comes along and nothing sticks to it, cooking has become fun again. And get this.  No oil needs to be added to the pan!
360 Cookware

To add to the fun 360 Cookware offered to give away three 1 quart sauce pan to my Green Talk readers.  Aren’t you all lucky dogs?  They figured why should I be the only one having so much fun?

Anna, come’on.  What is wrong with Teflon?

But before I get into the contest, I just want to explain why I hate Teflon pots. According to the Environmental Working Group,

“In two to five minutes on a conventional stovetop, cookware coated with Teflon and other non-stick surfaces can exceed temperatures at which the coating breaks apart and emits toxic particles and gases linked to hundreds, perhaps thousands, of pet bird deaths and an unknown number of human illnesses each year, according to tests commissioned by Environmental Working Group (EWG).”

No PTFE for me, folks.

But No Oil.  Are you Kidding?

Yes.  You heard me right.  No oil is need to cook delicious food.  How do I know?  First I watched a live cooking demonstration and interviewed Greg Wayman, the Vice President of Sales about the 360 Cookware.  But just in case Greg is a magician and pulled a fast one on me, the Company wanted  me to check it out myself.

I admit. I am no Barefoot Contessa or Giada in the kitchen.  But I found that that my food really tasted good without the added oil.  See the below video as a I cook meat for the cavemen (ie my carnivore men/children of my family) and then onions an peppers in order to make Tofu Tacos.

Still not convinced?  Check out the Company’s demonstration video.

How Does this Work?

The secret behind this cookware is vapor technology.  The Company states

“Vapor Technology allows you to cook utilizing a low to medium heat because the design and metal are so efficient that your food permeates evenly from all sides, allowing food to cook in its own natural juices without the excess water or grease other skillets and saucepans require.”

Think a pot and semi-pressure cooker in one.  Similar to a pressure cooker, it seals in the juices of the food.  However, it doesn’t cook the food as quickly as a pressure cooker.

Why Do I Love this Pot?

The Contest and Rules

Do I have you sold?  I thought I did.  So, here are the rules if you want to win a 360 Cookware 1 quart sauce pan:

  • You must be over 18 and live in the US.
  • You must like 360 Cookware’s Facebook fan page. Leave a comment that you liked 360’s Facebook fan page, otherwise you can’t win the contest.
  • Leave me a comment here telling me what your favorite dish to make on the stove?  Include a link if you have written about the recipe.
  • To double your chances consider joining my free Newsletter email list or subscribe to my RSS feed. Both subscriptions are listed on the upper right hand column. Be sure to come back and leave a separate additional comment to tell me which one you joined. If you are already a member, just say so.
  • To triple your chances of winning, tweet about this contest and come back and leave a separate additional comment of the url (weblink) of your twitter comment.
  • To “fourple” your chances, consider joining Green Talk’s Facebook Fan Page! Again, leave a comment that you joined with your Facebook name.  If you are already of member, just say so.

****Remember to like 360 Cookware’s Facebook Fan Page to be in consideration for winning.  Don’t forget to leave that you liked their page in the comments.******

You must enter by Tuesday , July 12, 2011 6 PM EST time to win.  Winners will be chosen at random on July 14, 2011 . Good Luck everyone!

Disclaimer: I was given a skillet by 360 Cookware to tests.  Thereafter, I decided to become an affiliate of theirs since I love their cookware.


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Comments

  1. 1

    says

    I don’t necessarily love it, but I think I make Macaroni and Cheese at least 4 times a week. :)

    I think my favorite thing to make is brownies – I melt the chocolate squares on the stove. I always underbake them, too. Yum.

  2. 2

    says

    I have a favorite then I make something fantastic and it’s my new favorite for a while. At the moment, it’s chicken & asparagus pasta with lemon sauce.

  3. 4

    says

    I “liked” the 360 Cookware page. I “liked” the Green Talk page. I’ve joined the email newsletter list. My favorite stove dish is a three-way tie between spaghetti, grilled cheese sandwiches, and scrambled eggs. All from whole foods of course.

  4. 15

    heather Dugas says

    Moroccan soup, yum!
    Ingredients (serves 4-6)
    – 4 C chicken stock
    – 2 large cooked chicken breasts – boneless/skinless, cut into bite size pieces
    – 1 28oz can of diced tomatoes (I bought the whole tomatoes and crushed them up with my hands). Don’t drain the tomatoes – include the water.
    – 2 zucchini, sliced in half circles
    – 4 artichoke hearts, cut into bite size pieces (if you buy the one’s in the jar, rinse them first to remove other additives like salt)
    – 3 C ground up cauliflower – use a food processor to get the cauliflower to a rice-like consistency
    – 3 scallions, thinly sliced
    – 1/4 C fresh chopped parsley
    – 1 Tbsp fresh chopped basil
    – 1/2 tsp cinnamon
    – 1/2 tsp cayenne
    – 1/2 tsp oregano (ground)

    Directions

    In a large pot, bring stock plus 2 cups of water to a rolling boil
    Reduce heat and add all other ingredients
    Simmer for about 10 minutes or until zucchini is cooked
    Enjoy!

  5. 16

    Gaye McGill says

    I like 360 Cookware’s Facebook fan page and my (family’s) favorite dish for me to cook on the stove is chicken and dumplings. They’d be happy to have it once a week if I’d make it that often.

  6. 20

    wcc says

    My favorite recipe to make is Butter Stewed Potatoes. Also, I’m not sure if that was supposed to be in my first comments, so I’ll add my second entry here: I follow via RSS in Google reader.

  7. 36

    erica says

    I love any type of veggie omelet. I almost always have an extra helping of veggies on the side. It makes the plate more colorful.

  8. 43

    clynsg says

    I guess I would have to say that my favorite meals to make on the stove are stir fry chicken dishes.

  9. 55

    ferriz says

    fb fan them: xferriza2 (Danielle b)

    i make creamed tuna on toast. it is pretty much the tuna version of SOS. looks terrible tastes yummy!

  10. 72

    Cecilia Andes says

    I liked 360 cookware on FB.

    My favorite thing to make on the stove is french onion soup. YUM!

  11. 74

    Melody McCarthy says

    I joined the facebook fan site. My page name is the same as the name here. My stove top food would be puddings and fillings for pie like banana and choc. cream.

  12. 81

    David Gossett says

    I liked them on Facebook, and my favorite dish is my wife’s homemade chicken and dumplings. She is so wonderful to us and I would love to win this for her. Thank you for this chance!

    dvdgossett915@gmail.com

  13. 87

    Shaunda Eppes says

    I like Green Talk’s Facebook Fan Page
    Shaunda Adams Eppes
    Shaunda.Eppes at gmail dot com

  14. 93

    Justine says

    My fave dish to make on the stove is my homemade Roast Beef Hash that my father taught me to make, unbelievably delicious!

  15. 97

    says

    I like them on Facebook.

    I’m not sure which is the problem but either my stove top or current cookware deter me from cooking anything on the stove. Everything smokes. :/ I tried to cook an egg and on the lowest setting it was smoking. After having a pot of oil burst into flames I’m not ok with anything smoking!
    Anyway, my favorite thing for my husband to cook on the stove top is bacon.

  16. 107

    Kerry says

    My favorite thing to make on the stove is grilled ham and cheese sandwiches. Simple, but yummy! I like to use different kinds of cheese and add some honey mustard too.

  17. 110

    susan smoaks says

    i like 360 cookware on facebook – tony l smoaks
    my favorite dish to cook on the stove is chicken fajitas!

  18. 129

    Lyndsey R. says

    I liked 360 on FB as Lyndsey Rullman.

    My favorite stove top dish to make is soup. I make all types of homemade soups!

    lyndsey.rullman at hotmail dot com

  19. 137

    Richard Hicks says

    One of my fav. dishes to make is a big pot of chicken and dumplings
    ardy22 at earthlink dot net

  20. 150

    Charlene Kuser says

    My favorite dish to make on the stove is Beef Stew
    3 lbs boneless chuck roast, cut into 2-inch pieces
    3 tbsp vegetable oil
    2 tsp salt
    1 tbsp freshly ground pepper
    2 yellow onions, cut into 1-inch chunks
    1/4 cup flour
    3 cloves garlic, minced
    1 cup red wine
    3 cups beef broth
    1/2 tsp dried rosemary
    1 bay leaf
    1/2 tsp dried thyme
    4 carrots, peeled, cut into 1-inch slices
    2 stalks celery, cut into 1-inch slices
    3 large russet potatoes, peeled and cut in eighths

    simmer 1hr and 30 mins

  21. 160

    heather c says

    Maybe I’m weird, but I just love making eggs and bacon. You’d think it would be easy to make eggs. However, I have tried 7 different pans and I can’t find one that won’t make it difficult for me to get my eggs out without breaking the yolk! It’s a nightmare, ‘cuz even the ones that say you don’t need spray or oils have issues. Anyway, there’s my truth.

  22. 165

    L says

    My favorite dish to make on the stove is chicken fried steak! The one I make most often though is spaghetti :)

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