May 31

Save Time in the Kitchen, Enjoy Spring

Hello readers. This is a sponsored post written by someone else. Thanks for being supportive of the sponsors that help me be able to run Oh Happy Day. This post is sponsored by Frigidaire “Test Your Induction I.Q.”. Join the conversation on Facebook!

Nothing says happiness like getting to enjoy a homemade dinner that can be eaten outside or at the very least, with all of the windows open, on a lovely spring evening. Even better, if that dinner can be made in less time, and with easier cleanup, that’s more minutes to be spent enjoying the great weather. You can do just that using Frigidaire induction appliances, which rely on electromagnets to create heat in metal-based pots or pans,and dramatically reduces cooking time. Pasta water boils in a snap, in case you were wondering! Helping your kitchen maintain its spring clean shine is a cinch, too, since the cooktops adjust the induction field to the exact size of the pan, so the surrounding area stays cool to the touch. That means you don’t have to let spilled or splattered food get stuck on before you’re able to give the cooktop a quick wipe down.

And while you have Earth Day on the brain, you’ll be glad to know that cooking with induction using less energy – the Frigidaire line is 70 percent more energy efficient thangas and 20 percent more efficient than electric. Even celebrity chef Anne Burrell is a huge fan of Frigidaire induction appliances – checkout why at Facebook.com/Frigidaire and enter for a chance to win a Frigidaire InductionRange of your own.

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