To prepare the salad, I used the Julienne Peeler to create beautiful even slices of carrot. The peeler is comfortable and secure to hold because of the rubbery material. It is such a clever idea to have a safety cover that locks open and closed. It slices with ease and it is a great investment if you have a small family or you do not require a huge slicer. It is affordable, quick and easy to use.
I have been celebrating my 11th year in the UK. During these times, I have enjoyed British foods like Sunday Roasts and Big Breakfasts etc. Cooking tradition British food however is not going to be easy with me as I am not very familiar with it. I am so excited that I am able to participate in the Great British Food Fortnight blogger challenge with OXO Good Grips.
As many will know OXO Good Grips are a great brand who do innovative consumer products that make everyday living easier. For this weeks challenge, I cooked a roasted pork joint and served with oven chips. I used the OXO Good Grips Poultry Shears and OXO Good Grips Julienne Peeler to help me along.
To serve the pork joint, I used the Poultry Shears to cut through the pork meat. The shears are very comfortable to grip. It is very strong, sharp and robust. It cut through the crackling with ease and the curved blade made it easy to reach the hard access area. I have never owned shears before as I always used scissors to cut meat. I did not realise that they are so easy to use so I wish I had known that earlier! Over the years, I have ruined at least three pairs of scissors. These shears are very easy to take apart and clean. Once they are cleaned, just pop the handle locks back on for storage. I love the quality of the shears.
I am so glad to discover these products after doing this challenge. They definitely make my life easier around the kitchen and help me to cook this delicious meal! I will cook another British Tradition next week as I am going to Blog Summit this Saturday!
Disclosure: We have received the products to do this challenge.