If I had $170 to spare, I would totally spend it on this mini donut maker. Look how cute those donuts are!
Hi all. Was the weekend a good one? Did you cook up a storm? How do you feel about getting creative this Monday morning? Good. I’m glad. Have I got a contest for you!
I wrote about Panasonic’s induction products last week and this week I’m challenging you (it’s an easy challenge, I swear) to create your own Panasonic kitchen style inspiration board using theÂ Panasonic induction cooktop and convection oven.
Here’s my inspiration board to serve an example:
White Cabana’s #PanasonicStyle
My inspiration board includes items that are smooth, sleek, and highly functional – like the Panasonic appliances, the Kaiser Idell light, and the Bialetti coffee maker. I’m also inspired by natural sunshine, so this board includes gorgeous large windows. The fresh flowers promise the arrival of springtime and growth. The fresh squid ink pasta and black and white art show the beauty that comes from making things by hand.
But enough about my inspiration…it’s your turn!
What would you include in your #PanasonicStyle kitchen inspiration board? Go ahead, create one. When you’re done with your board, email it to me along with your contact info and I’ll add it to the #PanasonicStyle Pinterest board. That’s all you have to do to enter the contest!
So, you probably want to know what’s up for grabs, right? This is your chance to win…
A Panasonic Mid-Size Genius Inverter Microwave! The winner will receive the microwave as well as the trim kit (so that you can mount the microwave above the stove/over the counter). This prize is a biggie – valued at $470! Um, yeah. I told you it was going to be worth your pinning efforts!Â Who doesn’t want a new microwave, right?
1. Create an inspiration board (i.e., collage) featuring the Panasonic induction cooktop or convection oven.
2. Email me your board – whitecabana [at] gmail [dot] com
3. The contest deadline isÂ Friday February 21st, 2014Â and it’s open to Canadian residents (over the age of 18, excluding Quebec).
Your popcorn kernels will thank you for entering and so will I!
Many thanks to Panasonic for sponsoring this giveaway and related posts.
I recently learned that Panasonic has introduced a new induction cooktop. Induction heat has been around for years, but I feel like it’s only gaining momentum for home kitchens now.
Panasonic’s new induction cooktop sort of looks like a television, doesn’t it? So sleek and shiny, it is! Panasonic says, “The induction cooktop features infrared-sensors for precise temperature control and electrostatic glass touch technology for easy operation.” The cooktop also has the ability to rapidly generate heat. The fact that the induction cooktop doesn’t use flames or elements has got to mean that it’s pretty darn safe to operate*. Panasonic assures its customers that the cooktop surface remains cool to the touch, except just beneath where the cookware sits. The cooktop’s flat surface is much easier to clean than a traditional stove with burners and (those darn) burner guards.
But that’s not all that I’ve learned. Panasonic is also sharing news of its new convection oven.
I love that, like the cooktop, the convection oven is so sleek. It looks perfectly stylish in an all-white kitchen. Use of the convection oven should result in “even baking, browning, and crisping” as well as juicy and flavourful poultry and roasted meat. I wish it promised that it would cook for me every night. ðŸ™‚
I’d love to hear your view, but I am especially curious to know if anyone has an induction stove. Well worth it? Did you buy a completely new cookware set?
Come on back on Monday to learn about a not-to-be missed giveaway that I’ve organized with the good folks from Panasonic. Your kitchen will definitely want you to enter this one!
Â *I have never actually cooked on an induction cooktop.
Images courtesy of Panasonic Cooking Canada.
I’ve been doing so much baking lately – I really should invest in one of these one day soon.
Do you have one? What colour is it? How do you like it?
Photo courtesy of Amazon.