This post is written and sponsored by Electrolux “I Heart Induction”. Join the conversation on Facebook! Sponsored posts and ads give me the ability to produce more quality content for you! Thanks for being supportive of Say Yes to Hoboken. XOXO, Liz
The image of a woman slaving in front of a hot stove is so last century. As another wedding season heats up, today’s modern bride is all about style, sophistication, and celebrating good times with her loved ones. Luckily, the modern technology of Electrolux Induction appliances helps her to achieve all of those attributes by making time spent in the kitchen as refreshing as a summer breeze.
Whether you’re preparing for your own trek down the aisle or just caught up in the anticipation of summer entertaining, picture Electrolux as the centerpiece of your dream kitchen. For starters, the sleek design will brighten the room. But beyond just good looks, Electrolux Induction cooktops speed up actual cooking time using electromagnets to heat up your metal-based cookware more quickly and more precisely. Serious chefs and dinner dabblers alike will appreciate the convenience of not being trapped in the kitchen.
And you know how you’ve been trying to be greener in various aspects of your life? Electrolux appliances use approximately 70 percent less energy than gas and 20 percent less than electric, which will help with energy bills. Plus, less cooking time means you can keep your home cooler in the summer months ahead, too.
Head to Facebook.com/Electrolux to learn more about induction cooking from award-winning pastry chef Johnny Iuzzini. While you’re there, enter to win an Electrolux Induction cooktop of your own. 1
1 No Purchase or Donation Necessary. Sweepstakes ends 7/2/12. Full rules available at www.facebook.com/Electrolux.
This post is written and sponsored by Electrolux “I Heart Induction”
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Hi there! I'm Liz Stanley. Born and raised a New Yorker, plus a few newlywed years in charming Hoboken, I now live in the fairytale city of San Francisco with my husband and son. This blog is a collection of simple ideas for making your home and life more crafty and stylish. MORE >>>