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What Pampered Chef products are worth the price?

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PearlJamChick
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What Pampered Chef products are worth the price?

Going to a Pampered Chef party this week. What products are worth the price? I browsed online a bit; I don't mind paying money for things of high quality, as I'm always in the kitchen.

I don't really need bakeware, and anything that has to do with meat/poultry/fish is not something we would need.

TIA!

Posted 5/9/12 12:48 PM
 
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jams92

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Re: What Pampered Chef products are worth the price?

i love their garlic press

Posted 5/9/12 1:01 PM
 

BellaBoo
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Re: What Pampered Chef products are worth the price?

I love the quick stir pitcher and the garlic slicer

Posted 5/9/12 1:48 PM
 

computergirl
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Re: What Pampered Chef products are worth the price?

I honestly don't think any of them are worth the price. Not that the products are bad... they are middle-of-the-road quality, but they are definitely overpriced. You could go to Bed Bath and Beyond w/ a coupon, or go to the outlets where they have those kitchenware stores, and definitely get the same quality or better for less $$$.

To me Pampered Chef is like those catalog fundraisers for schools for gift wrap and stuff-- you know the prices are inflated, you're just buying out of obligation.

Posted 5/9/12 1:58 PM
 

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Re: What Pampered Chef products are worth the price?

Posted by BellaBoo

I love the [garlic slicer



This!!!

Posted 5/9/12 2:03 PM
 

marieSand
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Re: What Pampered Chef products are worth the price?

oops! I meant the Garlic Press!

I bought the veggie peeler and it is so cheep!

Message edited 5/9/2012 7:39:06 PM.

Posted 5/9/12 2:32 PM
 

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Re: What Pampered Chef products are worth the price?

I use my garlic press almost everyday (I am Italian Chat Icon )

Posted 5/9/12 3:21 PM
 

ElizaRags35
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Re: What Pampered Chef products are worth the price?

I just got an order in yesterday. I got the adjustable measuring spoons, a collapsible bowl, a stoneware baking sheet, a double boiler, and a wire rack. I spent $100. Chat Icon

Posted 5/9/12 4:25 PM
 

frio85
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Re: What Pampered Chef products are worth the price?

I love pampered Chef products!! I have just about EVERYTHING!!!

I love the garlic press


Anything you buy you wont be sorry.

Posted 5/9/12 4:48 PM
 

Bluechristmas
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Re: What Pampered Chef products are worth the price?

The cookie press is a really good quality!

The quickstir pitcher is also worth it. I hear their can opener is great and if I get invited to another party, will be my purchase.

Posted 5/9/12 5:04 PM
 

queensgal
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Re: What Pampered Chef products are worth the price?

another vote for the garlic press - have been using it for 8 years - its the best

Posted 5/9/12 7:20 PM
 

LoveDayLove
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Re: What Pampered Chef products are worth the price?

I love the garlic slicer!

Posted 5/9/12 10:28 PM
 

walkintomymind
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Re: What Pampered Chef products are worth the price?

I literally have just about everything.

Garlic Press - Love
Large Bar Pan - I use for everything.
Wooden Spoons - I have had them for years and they still look and feel great!
Food Chopper - I used this to make my baby food!! Now, I use it to chop multiple garlic cloves or veggies small for soup.

Posted 5/10/12 8:07 AM
 

PeasandCarrots

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Re: What Pampered Chef products are worth the price?

I'm addictedChat Icon
I have rheumatoid arthritis and having products that work well and make cooking easier for me are worth every.single.penny. and I have yet to be dissapointed in any products I have

Manual food processor- LOVE use at least once a day if not twice a day

Microwave chip maker- LOVE use at least 3x a week for homemade chips

Brownie Pan- LOVE use to make brownies, and cupcakes in it or mini meatloafs

Adjustable measuring spoons- LOVE use every day

Collapsable bowls- LOVE use all the time

Large stne baker- I like it, but it's over priced. I don't regret buying it, but I wouldn't buy it again

Large microwave steamer- LOVE LOVE LOVE and use all the time!!!!!!!!! mashed potatoes, spaghetti squash, make hamberg, sausage ground

Mix and Chop- LOVE 100% worth every penny and I can not break up food without it!

Pineapple cutter- LOVE and has already paid for itself!!!

Corn on the cob peeler- LOVE!!! Made cutting 4 dozen ears off of the cobb a breeze last fall! We use it for the kids and we love it!!!!

The dots glasses- LOVE them!!!! So cute and festive!

Mandalin- MUST HAVE for me and I LOVE it!!

Every spice or seasoning I have tried is awesome and I us ethem a lot!

Pairing knife- LOVE LOVE LOVE I us ethis about 4 times a day!!!!

Large bread stoneware pan- LOVE and we make our fresh rye bread in it! Works great and If I could buy 3 more I would!!!

Posted 5/10/12 2:25 PM
 

CloudNine
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Re: What Pampered Chef products are worth the price?

big fan of the garlic press also i like their bamboo spoon sets (i think its usually 3?) one is a spoon type, one is like a square type spoon.
they hold up well and dont stain

Posted 5/10/12 4:55 PM
 

Kmarie36
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Re: What Pampered Chef products are worth the price?

Posted by computergirl

I honestly don't think any of them are worth the price. Not that the products are bad... they are middle-of-the-road quality, but they are definitely overpriced. You could go to Bed Bath and Beyond w/ a coupon, or go to the outlets where they have those kitchenware stores, and definitely get the same quality or better for less $$$.

To me Pampered Chef is like those catalog fundraisers for schools for gift wrap and stuff-- you know the prices are inflated, you're just buying out of obligation.



Chat Icon I dread being inviting to these parties I always feel like I have to buy something and the stuff is totally overpriced.

Posted 5/11/12 11:10 AM
 

Tine73

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Re: What Pampered Chef products are worth the price?

I have been happy with all my PC purchases.

Posted 5/12/12 9:39 PM
 

DaniRella
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Re: What Pampered Chef products are worth the price?

the ice cream scooper

any of their stoneware

their meat shears - i know you said you won't need meat stuff but these are actually amazing for salads.... they are like big scissors that you can cut up anything with but i use them for cutlets - you can take a cutlet and make little pieces of chicken in two hand squeezes or you can continue cutting and make it like shredded chicken - same can be said with beef or pork! then, for you, use them on lettuce to cut down heads of lettuce for salad. and other veggies as well. they are amazing!!!


ETA: the lemonade pitcher! it has a stirring piece built right in - and you can stir before pouring each glass. used for iced tea as well, of course.

Message edited 5/15/2012 10:19:42 AM.

Posted 5/15/12 10:17 AM
 

BargainMama
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Re: What Pampered Chef products are worth the price?

I have the cut n seal, and it's great. Makes uncrustable type sandwiches.

Posted 5/21/12 11:17 AM
 

dctead
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Re: What Pampered Chef products are worth the price?

Posted by Tine73

I have been happy with all my PC purchases.



Same.. I have quite a few of their stoneware (bought easily 9+ years ago) and I love them.. use them nearly every day.

Posted 5/21/12 3:22 PM
 

GinaR
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Re: What Pampered Chef products are worth the price?

I have an olive oil spritzer and I use it all the time. I don't know the technical name of it though. I also have a garlic peller thing. Its basically a rubber tube you rub around the garlic to losen the paper. I really like that. My MIL bought me this stuff so i don't know what it cost or if it was worth the money. I also have the garlic slicer and it works well.

Posted 5/22/12 10:16 AM
 

Erica
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Re: What Pampered Chef products are worth the price?

Things that I use regularly:

* large & small bar pan
* large collapsible bowl (also can double for chips and dip)
* batter bowl
* BBQ grill basket


If you are looking for small items to get:
* citrus peeler
* mini spatula
* nylon knife

Posted 5/24/12 8:50 PM
 

dbleplay17
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Re: What Pampered Chef products are worth the price?

I have sooo much

the garlic press is #1
the bar pans, I have all sizes
honestly any stoneware of theirs is worth it!
The garlic slicer is awesome
batter bowls
I LOVE the spatulas (white)

do not but their cookware like frying pans. I had 2 a small and medium....I never put them in the dishwasher per the instructions and I do not use metal utensils on them and the teflon for the non stick peeled. I tried contacting them via email with no response. but other than the pans I have no problems with ANY other stuff. I really do love the company's stuff

Lets just say I have so much stuff I really should be a sales rep

Message edited 5/24/2012 11:27:49 PM.

Posted 5/24/12 11:26 PM
 

Erica
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Re: What Pampered Chef products are worth the price?

I forgot this (inexpensive) one:

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the corn butterer! awesome for buttering corn on the cob

Message edited 5/25/2012 4:19:14 PM.

Posted 5/25/12 4:18 PM
 

Hofstra26
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Re: What Pampered Chef products are worth the price?

Love their garlic press, mandolin slicer, and batter bowls. Chat Icon

ETA - If you're into entertaining I also really love their serving pieces. The tiered cake stand in particular is on of my favs. So versatile. Chat Icon

Message edited 5/27/2012 11:56:29 PM.

Posted 5/27/12 11:53 PM
 
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