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Sunday, April 25, 2010 |


Demarle ?

To be honest, I hadn't heard of this product until my friend began raving about it a couple of weeks ago.

It's a home party ~ I know what you're thinking and I agree but this is FABULOUS!

A neighbor invited our entire subdivision over to her home recently to introduce us to this line of cook and bake ware. I'll be honest, I was more than a little skeptical. I didn’t really want to go and had a list of things I really needed to get accomplished.

Based solely upon my friends enthusiasm, I attended.

This line is amazing!

WOW ~ I was so impressed with the ease in which it handled, stored and baked!

Over the years I have tried and thrown away more cookware than I care to admit. It's run the gamut from cheap to expensive. If it doesn't do what it promises or it's a pain to clean, it is in the garbage. I just don't have the time, patience or energy.

During the presentation a quiche was made in this fluted pie mold. It popped right out and looked fabulous.
You don't need to prep the molds with oil or grease!



This little mini muffin pan will get a workout when it arrives. I use my old one all the time but only with liners since everything sticks without them. I'll be nice and not share the name of the so called nonstick product that didn't live up to its promise.



I was very impressed with this mat ~ sugar cookies were rolled out and not one sprinkle of flour was used and not one teeny tiny piece of dough stuck ~ sold!



This mat could be my new best friend. You can bake fish on it for dinner and then turn around and bake cookies for the children ~ with no lingering oders or flavors!

True to my nature, I was still doubtful.



What are these molds made of to make them so phenomenal?
Simple answer ~ woven glass and food grade silicone. I was ready to research the products when my friend assured me she already had (with paper in hand) and it passed!

Don't tell, but I did a little more when I returned home. I am a little on the nervous and anal side when it comes to food and beverage handling and storage these days. True to their word, Demarle molds are very safe.

Cooking and baking are more than just a task for me. It's really an enjoyable pastime. I so enjoy cooking while chatting with my family around the island. It is a great time to unwind and catch up with what is going on in their lives.

Not to mention, I live to eat and not the other way around :)


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12 comments:

Seersucker Scrapper said...

I hadn't heard of them. I will have to keep my ears open for any parties.

Thanks for the tip!

Town and Country Mom said...

Let us know how it works--I hope you'll be pleased. The mats are especially intriguing.

Lazaro Cooks! said...

Wonderful post. Silpat mats are some the best money ever spent in the kitchen. Fantastic tool. Cheers!

Short Southern Momma said...

Hi! Thanks so much for your sweet words! I am so glad we have crossed paths! I totally need this stuff! I have thrown away more than I care to admit too! Hope your having a wonderful day! xoxo

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Jo,

I have not heard of them and will look out to see if they have made it here to NZ.
I love to cook too and always on the look out for nice cooking pans.
Thank you for sharing this post.

happy week
Hugs
Carolyn

theUngourmet said...

I have heard of this company. Looks like lots of good stuff! I so want one of those Silpats!

The Shiny Pebble said...

Teehee... I live to eat too. I think Martha Stewart uses those liners for baking cookies. When you get your stuff, please post again. It will be good to see if they delivered everything you expected. Hugs and Kisses

Trish said...

What a fun post, Jo! I was not familiar with them but I love finding new innovative brands, especially pertaining to the kitchen! I will definitely check them out, a nice change from Pampered Chef parties :) xox

JDB said...

You live to eat, not the other way around. I love it! You are my kind of girl!

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I'm following and hope to get to know you better.

Renae said...

Thanks so much for dropping by Jo!
You live in such a neat area!
Blessings...

bevy said...

Oh! I need to check into this! I am so tired of Pampered Chef parties, but this sounds incredible. I need to look into this... Thanks for sharing!

Kacey said...

Thank you, thank you, thank you for sharing! I've never heard of this brand but their products look great! Can't wait to try some out...especially the flexible bakeware.

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