Enter to Win this “Slew” of Products Now!

I am a huge fan of OXO products, as they were developed for people like me! As some of you may have read in my “About Me”, I was in an head-on collision in 1998 and now years later suffer with arthritis. I don’t speak of it much, except to complain to my husband AKA Dr. Phil-Orthopaedic surgeon. I feel that when you only speak negatively, that is what you will attract, so I try to be as positive as possible even in the tough times, and lately…it has been tough!

OXO began with a few simple questions – Why do ordinary kitchen tools hurt your hands? Why can’t there be wonderfully comfortable tools that are easy to use?

Thank goodness the man who asked these questions was Sam Farber, an entrepreneur in the housewares industry. Noticing that his wife Betsey was having difficulty gripping ordinary kitchen tools due to a slight case of arthritis in her hands, he saw an opportunity to create more comfortable cooking tools that would benefit all users. Sam came out of retirement and approached the design firm Smart Design with that challenge. As part of the initial research that included talking with consumers, chefs and retailers, Patricia Moore, a noted gerontologist, was brought on board to help understand the needs of users with special needs, and  In 1990 the first group of 15 OXO Good Grips kitchen tools was introduced to the U.S. market.

OXO products have won numerous design awards and are included in the permanent collections of many museums worldwide.

At OXO, living by Universal Design principles gives them the opportunity to see things from a different perspective. The goal of making products more usable forces them to first identify problems and inefficiencies of existing products (including otheir own), not only in terms of comfort, but performance as well. Each year, OXO introduces more than 50 products. Many of these products take more than two years to develop. In fact, a few of the products never make it to market!

Remember the “Slew” of products I wrote about in my Mashed Potatoes Post? Well, they did make it to market, and to my home, and they are soon to be in yours!

OXO has partnered with my team at VirtualPotluck to provide you with an array of tools you will need in order to pull off incredible meals this holiday season!

Ricer at Work

We all know with the right tools in hand  any job will be easier, and OXO has you covered! Whether it is an OXO Ricer for perfect potatoes, or Kitchen Shears to Spatchcock a turkey, you will find it at OXO!

Giveaway Time!

I’m giving away a set of OXO cooking tools valued at $150 with shipping that includes:


1.Leave a comment below and tell me which OXO tool is your favorite out of the loot and what you will be cooking with it!

2. Leave a comment on my last OXO post “Mashed Potatoes With Creme Fraiche” here 

EXTRA CHANCES TO ENTER (And I will be looking for you!)

3. Follow 30AEATS on Twitter and Tweet “I just entered to win @OXO from 30AEATS.com!”, and come back here to tell me you did!

4. Comment on this OXO post at 30AEATS Facebook, and come back here to tell me you did!

5.Follow 30AEATS on Pinterest, and come back here to leave me the link where you did!

The contest will run through Friday, November 16, 2012 11:59 pm Central. The winner will be chosen at random.org, and announced Saturday November 17, 2012. You must have a U.S. mailing address to win. No purchase is necessary; void where prohibited. The winner will be notified by email and must respond within 24 hours or another winner will be selected. (Please make sure to check your spam folder, as contests often end up there.)

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105 thoughts on “Huge Holiday OXO Giveaway!

  1. Thank you for all of your support and wonderful comments! Miriam Dillon is the Winner of the OXO Giveaway!

  2. I follow you on Pinterest as cezovski9
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  3. I also commented on the Mashed Potato post (Carolsue)
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  4. I could use the fat separator the most to make gravy with!
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  5. The Chef’s Digital Leave-In Thermometer – I just melted my old digital thermometer…oops, it wasn’t “leave in”

  6. I just got a cookie-sized spatula from Oxo. I’m not sure what I ever did without it! I also have an Oxo veggie peeler that seems to fit in my hand perfectly. Thanks for the giveaway!

  7. I love the ricer, I’d be making all kinds of things with that – mashed potatoes for sure!!!

  8. The oven thermometer (our oven isn’t accurate) is indispensible for me when cooking the turkey. Also love the can opener since it doesn’t leave sharp edges.

  9. My sister has a potato ricer and loves it she uses it for mashed potatoes that’s what I would lkike to try

  10. The 3-in-1 Adjustable Potato Ricer is my most favorite…I love that it’s so versatile and can be used with parsnips, carrots, turnips, etc. Maybe beets, kohlrabi, daikon…and of course yams too. Cheers!

  11. I could really use that digital thermometer but I love Oxo products, so I’d probably put all of them to good use!

  12. The fat seperator is my favorite. I keep forgetting to buy one

  13. I would love any of the products but I’ve always had my eye on a potato ricer! Your mashed pototates look delicious!

  14. The OXO Ricer needs to be in my stash of essentials. I would use it to make wonderful mashed potatoes!!

  15. I would use all of them! But the 4 fat separator for gravy. What a great blog!

  16. I love mashed potatoes and I’m always looking for ways to make each batch better than the next! The OXO Ricer will help make my potatoes better and be a great addition to my kitchen tools collection!! #fingerscrossed :)

  17. My favorite is the Good Grips® Silicone Pot Holder with Magnet, and I’ll use it when making cookies!

  18. I’d love to try the potato ricer. I was actually just looking at them for a few German potato recipes I’d love to try.

  19. I LOVE the silicone pot holder! I always burn myself using the fabric ones. I would use it to bake a lot more cookies and pies :)

  20. I have some arthritis in my hands so all of these items thrill me…but my favorite would be the potato ricer!

  21. I have always wanted a potato ricer to make those beautiful smooth mashed potatoes.

  22. I would love to have a potato ricer! It would ensure I have scrumptious and light mashed potatoes to serve my family and guests!

  23. I love my baster, all their products are fabulous! I have never used a potato ricer? I would make garlic mashed potatoes!!

  24. My favorite is the fat separator. My husband is into eating super healthy. I’ll be making some gravy to go with my potatoes-

  25. My favorite tool would be the potato ricer! My mom’s mashed potatoes always come out lumpy and dense lol :)

  26. I am always in charge of the mashed potatoes for Thanksgiving at my sisters and the Good Grips Potato Ricer would make the job easier

  27. I follow you on twitter…@FoodieArmyWife – (and my response was supposed to read “pastry blender” :))
    And I tweeted…

  28. I jsut recently discovered oxo—so far my favorite is my pastry, it does the job and hasn’t fallen apart, like many I have had in the past.

  29. The potato ricer is my favorite. I would use it to rice my potatoes for Thanksgiving.

  30. The potato ricer is my favorite, I have been wanting one for years, now I want one even more. I would make potatoes, sweet potatoes, and try cauliflower too. 😀

  31. I like the Good Grips® 3-in-1 Adjustable Potato Ricer – i would use it to make gnocchi and cauliflower pizza crust.

  32. The potato ricer would be really nice to have. Another family member prepared mashed potatoes using this–what a difference!

  33. I love their products. I got a few at a food conference earlier in the year and loved them. The downside is they don’t ship to Canada which is where I’m at. Otherwise my kitchen would be an OXO only kitchen. Their products are amazing.

  34. Potato ricer is my favorite! I commented on fb, tweeted and am following you on Pinterest. You social media maven you!

  35. I “liked” you on facebook. The ricer is my fav…for soups, sauces, and potatoes.

  36. I have always wanted an OXO ricer – just haven’t gotten one yet! this is my chance! I have always loved their products.

    On a separate note… have had 2 back operations myself (nothing like the many you have had) from a car accident decades ago. I understand your pain and feel for you!

  37. I have an OXO vegetable peeler I have had for 10 years. Still works great and I love the grip. Wonderful tools!

  38. Out of all the goodies I think I would use the Digital Leave-In Thermometer and the Potato Ricer first to make the perfect rare roast beef with mashed horseradish potatoes.

  39. The potato ricer is my favorite and I would make smooth and creamy sweet potatoes!

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