Wednesday, December 15, 2010

It's a NuWave Oven Giveaway!


Well dear readers, I have an AWESOME surprise for you today! After seeing my review of the NuWave oven that I did yesterday, the company has generously offered a giveaway here on my blog! That means one of you will be lucky enough to win a NuWave oven of your own!

I have to tell you all that the couple of times we have used the oven, it has worked just great. Hubby used it today at lunch time to cook up some pork chops, and he said they were juicy, and delicious. I don't know about you, but one thing I worry about when cooking meat is whether I will overcook it and it will end up drying out and be as tough as a piece of old leather. And as we both know, a shriveled piece of leathery looking meat is neither appetizing nor appealing-in my house, it ends up in the trash because even the cats won't touch it. The steak we had yesterday was juicy, but NOT greasy-just the way I like it. I could almost feel the cholesterol leaving my body, lol.

The oven comes with a DVD, cookbook, and a laminated card which helps you pick the right time and temperature to cook your food. I keep the laminated card right near my oven, and plan to use it a few times until I finally get the hang of cooking in the oven. My oven came with a bonus pizza set as well, which was pretty neat since we eat lots of pizza here in my house. Now, rather than ordering out I will be able to make my own versions of a healthier pizza right in my NuWave oven. If hubby lets me, I might bring it in to our next potluck dinner at work and cook a whole chicken in it to show my co-workers how NuWave cooking can be fun and show them how easy it is to use it. The great thing is that we can continue working and not worry about it, the NuWave will let us know when its time to turn the chicken over and when it is finally ready for eating :)

I am very pleased to be able to offer one of my lucky readers a NuWave oven of their own! These ovens retail for over a hundred dollars, and one of you will receive it for FREE! Yay! Below please find all the info you need in order to enter to win...

Giveaway begins today 12-15-10 and ends on my birthday 1-15-11 at 11:59 pm EST. Winner will be selected via Random.org and notified by email-I will need winner to confirm with a physical address & phone number for shipping purposes in 48 hours or I will have to select another winner. Giveaway is limited to US only. You MUST leave your email in your comment or have it visible on your profile so that I can contact you.

For your first MANDATORY entry there are TWO things you must do: 1. Be a blog follower via GFC AND 2. Visit the sponsors website and tell me something you learned about the oven. (hint, check out their FAQS page)

You can earn extra entries too! Check out how below: (+2 equals 2 separate comments)

+1 easy peasy, tell me what you would make in your NuWave oven!

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Have fun, and Happy Holidays! Good luck to all those entering, I just know whoever wins it will love it!

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hondaray6 said...

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lilbabypug said...

I like that it stays cool on the outside. It's so large that I might have trouble finding a counter top where it would be completely out of reach of the kids.

agatewood1 said...

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Debra Fish said...

I have been wanting one forever. I like the fact that you can cook everything together in much less time and the cleanup is easy. I would use it to cook pretty much everything.

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Kingfish said...

Only 1500 watts! That is awesome!
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Jenn S. said...

I learned that - Things made out of foil, metals, Pyrex, and even prepared frozen entree trays are safe in the NuWave Oven.

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Following via GFC: JennS

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Jenn S. said...

I would like to try to cook some fish in it.

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dhunt said...

Would love to win!!

Anita Holt said...

I follow and I would cook a brisket!! lookforanita@yahoo.com

Molly K said...

I follow on GFC as tomandmollyk and learned that Things made out of foil, metals, Pyrex, and even prepared frozen entree trays are safe in the NuWave Oven.

Molly K said...

I think the first thing I would make is a turkey.

Kate said...

The NuWave Oven uses a long lasting 1500 Watt SHEATH HEATER (which can last up to 30 years) similar to most conventional ovens!!

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Adria said...

I learned it doesn't heat up your kitchen! (how cool is that?!)

Peace Love and Pets said...

I follow through GFC (Peace Love and Pets)

Peace Love and Pets said...

I learned that it does not heat up your kitchen, I love that.

Peace Love and Pets said...

I would make so many things, but I think the first thing I would try is a great pork roast recipe I have that is a favorite here

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I am a follower- dddiva and I learned that by combining the power of conduction, convection, and infrared cooking, the NuWave Oven cooks foods thoroughly and quickly.

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I would make chicken first I think.

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Tracey said...

I follow via GFC-traymona. The oven removes 250% more fat than conventional ovens.
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agatewood1 said...

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cpage2323 said...

gfc follower(cpage2323 christine page). I learned on their site that it uses 15% of the energy of a typical oven and cooks most foods 50% faster!
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cpage2323 said...

I'd want to cook a chicken and see if it turns out as juicy as one of those rotisserie chickens at the market.
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lyndseyluvsjj said...

I am a follower and learned that the NuWave Oven's triple combo cooking power allows multiple items to all cook at the same time.

lyndseyluvsjj said...

I would make a whole chicken with this rub I make all the time, thrown some carrots and potatoes in their and wallah! Dinner!

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Gaines7 said...

The extender wave allows you to cook a sixteen pound turkey. I am following and I have joined your community. gainessimmons@aol.com

kngmckellar said...

I follow as kngmckellar and learned that the patented 3 way cooking allows for meats to be moist and succulent but also crisply browned.

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shiloh said...

I follow GFC.

marjeannie said...

it uses as little as 15% of the energy and cooks most foods up to 50% faster than copnventional ovens.

shiloh said...

I learned it uses 15% of the energy of conventional cooking, and cooks most foods 50% faster.

shiloh said...

I would love to try a whole chicken as my first meal.

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I'd make a chicken or a turkey in the oven!

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jim.coyne2 said...

I learned that •Hearthware, the manufacturer of the NuWave Oven, has been manufacturing countertop infrared ovens since 1997

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jim.coyne2 said...

I would make some steak in the nuwave oven

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Diane52 said...

I follow via google and learned that the high temp is about 350.
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Barbarawr said...

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I learned that Things made out of foil, metals, Pyrex, and even prepared frozen entree trays are safe in the NuWave Oven.

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Barbarawr said...

The chicken on their website is making my mouth water, so I'd probably make that first :-)

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Rachelle said...

I learned that it is simple to clean and that it won't heat up my kitchen, which to me is a wonderful feature due to the extremely hot summers where I live. I am a GFC follower also!

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Janice Crespo said...

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Because the oven is self-contained, you never have to worry about being burnt by splattering grease even when cooking bacon.
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Bridget3496 said...

follower and I love that the triple combo cooking power allows multiple items to all cook at the same time


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Bridget3496 said...

The first thing I would make is pizza


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Chris said...

Happy birthday! I learned it doesn't heat up the kitchen,nice since even my crockpot does that! GFC follower

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Alex said...

I follow via GFC, and I learned that the oven uses conduction, convection, and infrared cooking!

Alex said...

I'd make a mini pizza in the Nuwave oven!

kathy pease said...

First things first..Happy Birthday :)

google friend klp1965
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# The cooking rack can be reversed to be used at a height of either 1" or 4".
# The 4" rack accommodates smaller foods such as chicken breasts.
# Whereas, the 1" rack accommodates larger foods such as a 10 lb turkey.

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kathy pease said...

I would make yummy chicken

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A Happy Hippy Mom said...

I learned NuWave Oven uses a long lasting 1500 Watt SHEATH HEATER.

A Happy Hippy Mom said...

I would cook a whole chicken with baby carrots in the NuWave oven.

A Happy Hippy Mom said...

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kat said...

Far Infrared is simply a form of gentle, invisible radiant heat. It penetrates the inside of foods while also cooking from the outside, leaving foods moist and full of flavor yet browned to perfection.
kat_emerick@yahoo.com

I am also a follower

Betty C said...

I learned that any cooking utensils that can be used in a conventional oven can also be used in the NuWave Oven.

Naddez said...

With the NuWave Oven, no pre-heating or defrosting is required, it uses as little as 15% of the energy and cooks most foods up to 50% faster.

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Naddez said...

I would like to make chicken in the NuWave Oven.

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Betty C said...

I would make barbecued chicken.

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Helen G said...

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I learned that With the NuWave Oven, no pre-heating or defrosting is required, it uses as little as 15% of the energy and cooks most foods up to 50% faster.


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Helen G said...

Would love to make a whole chicken in that oven.

kelley c said...

kelley with a cat avatar is following you and she/I learned that you get a free carrying case for every oven you order

Ardy22 said...

I learned that they have been making the ovens since 1997

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CarrieAnn13 said...

I follow you on gfc & I learned that the NuWave Oven is the ONLY countertop infrared oven to win the ChefsBest Award. NuWave has been honored as the Best Performing by independent professional chefs for eight years in a row

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Dana said...

I'm following via Google Friend Connect (Dana). I learned that the NuWave Oven cooks food by combining the power of conduction, convection, and infrared cooking.

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Dana said...

I would make chicken and vegetables.

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mandala said...

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fluerdelyis said...

The NuWave Oven cooks without fats or oils, even can use as a dehydrator. Nice carrying case.
I follow on gfc as Chris

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I would make meatloaf in the NuWave Oven
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Atreau said...

GFC follower. I learned that Hearthware has been manufacturing countertop infrared ovens since 1997.

Jinxy and Me said...

I learned it cooks 50% faster than conventional ovens and only uses 85% of the energy.

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Pamela S said...

Follower GFC
I learned you get a lifetime membership into the NuWave Membership Club.

Thanks so much! pamelashockley(AT)aol(DOT)com

Pamela S said...

I would love to make a roast in it. Thanks so much! pamelashockley(AT)aol(DOT)com

Gianna said...

Now following GFC.
It doesn't heat your house. A plus when it's hot!

Gianna said...

Rosemary and chicken with potatoes would be first!

Falon H. said...

Following via gfc.

All parts besides the powerhead are dishwasher safe.

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Falon H. said...

I would make a pizza!

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DEBIJOT said...

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DEBIJOT said...

I would make roast chicken breasts

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Charlene said...

It has been almost a year and I still want one of these great cooking devices!

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If this is new count me in cause I'd love to win. kenncharwehrle@gmail.com

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