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cooking spray !!! After reading posts on this site about how unhealthy pam and other cooking sparys are for you, i decided to purchase the kitchen spritzer. LOVE IT !! I have told everyone how fab it is !! At my shows i have the host grab me her kitchen spray i tell the group to read the last...
I could really use some tips on what you all do with your Pampered Chef items between shows. I have quite alot since I started in July. I have received both super starters and the bonus gifts. I have an office but I feel like I am getting overwhelmed with PC. My director told me not to order...
I got this information in an email. I hope it helps all of us sell our beautiful Carving Boards! I wrote this in two parts
Thanks to Evie Gardner for the investigative reporting and Naomi Zucarro for sharing.
Hi everyone! I wanted to educate myself on the carving board vs. cutting
I just made the Peanutty Brownie Pizza - - it looked beautiful before I cut it... but it would not cut neatly. I even refrigerated it a bit but the toppings stuck to the knife, pizza cutter... you name it, it stuck. It tastes decadent, but isn't as gorgious as it was uncut (we even drizzled...
My husband went and made me tons of flyers and about 50 business cards right off the computer. I have been pretty discouraged thinking it was a waste of time and effort to give them all out until just now. I was checking my email and there was an email from someone that had picked up my card...
Hello everyone! I love this site!!
I have my 1st show scheduled for this Monday and I am a bit nervous to say the least. I am really excited about this biz but not very experienced in cooking, if you know what I mean. I grew up on grilled cheese and campbells soup! Well, seeing that shows...
Here is part of a newsletter from Belinda Ellsworth...Step into Success. She is AWESOME! I recommend you checking out her site.
Monday, July 11, 2005
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: SUMMER BUSINESS TIPS
Here are a few things to do to jumpstart your summer business.
1. Talk to at least one...
:confused: Please help. I have a Cooking with Kids Show this afternoon and needs a list of Kitchen Safety Tips to talk about with the kids while they are prepping their Tic-Tac-Toe pizzas. They are young...4-5 yrs. old. Any suggestions?
I am a new consultant this month and am looking for some tricks of the trade. Any organization/business habit tips would be very much appreciated. I have read the manual, but am looking for some additional, practical tips. Thanks much.
I'm a new consultant and have purchased a booth at an annual event offered in a neighboring city the first Saturday in June. There's no electricity and the booth is outside.
I would like some tips and advice on how to make this vendor show successful.
I have a few products that I...
Yesterday I read a post that had a TON of product tips in it and I can't seem to find it. If anyone knows where it is at can you let me know? It was 1 post with a large list of tips. I thought I had copied it yesterday but I can't seem to find it!
I am doing a tapas show in a few days and would like any tips from those who have already tried this with a crowd. I have made bread like they suggest in the oven and it has gotten hard and dried out...I way don't want that at my show! Does anyone know if we can broil on the mini muffin pan...
• The freshness of spices and herbs can be maintained longer by storing them in airtight containers.
• Spices do not like heat, moisture, and direct sunlight. Avoid these because they accelerate the loss of flavor and aroma of spices and herbs. Avoid storing on or over your stove, near the...
Storage of curly leaved herbs like rosemary, thyme, and curly parsley will keep up to 1 -1 1/2 weeks with stems sitting in a glass of water in your refridgerator or on your counter. Just change the water periodically.
However for flat leaved herbs, like parsley, basil and cilantro, this won't...
**Chill your CUTTING BOARDS in the freezer to make rolling out your dough easier.
**To serve unique melon shapes, use your Bread Tube to slice through the center of your favorite melon, and then Crinkle Cut them into slices.
**Use your Measure, Mix and Pour for baby formula on the go and...
Open flip top cans the regular way with our can opener. It's interesting how many people don't like flip top cans.
How to pick a fresh apple? Look for the blossom at the bottom of the apple. It should be closed tight.
The longer the knob on the lemon- the longer it was left on the tree...
Green, red, and yellow peppers usually have a short life once you start cutting them up. If you know ahead of time you aren't going to use the whole thing- leave the vertical seed stem intact. Cut around the outside instead. It is amazing how much longer the remainder of the pepper will keep...
I buy the Pampered Chef invitations for the shower- I have heard of some consultants who have the host pay for them.
I give the host the option of buying the apron and pens. Although some consultants will buy it as their gift to the bride to be.
I will usually suggest that I make the...
The V-Shaped Cutter opens pourable boxes perfectly like dish soap, rice, instant potatoes etc.
The Cooks Corer is great to scrape out the inside of a baked potato to make twice baked.
To revive limp vegies place raw celery, carrots, cucumbers and radishes by placing then in our Classic...
COOKIE PRESS MAGIC
From Eileen Paul
These are a combination of my ideas plus others!
1) If you have not already done so, read the Use and Care flyer that comes
with your cookie press. It contains a lot of valuable information that could
save frustration on your part
2) No matter...
Popular fall items (sold during preview month):
Toaster Bags (be sure to use in wide-slice toaster)
Worked well to reheat pizza. Cheese didn’t stick, but only a small piece can fit.
Entertaining Set –Display at parties and introduce Simple additions as a concept...
Regarding Back Ordered/Stop Sell Items:
Take a name, phone number and credit card. Don’t talk about stop sell. Say, “You know what, we have a hold on that product because we have some back order issues. If you give me your name and phone number (and credit cad) I’ll put the order in as soon...
Tips For Setting Up a Pampered Chef Booth
* Use the Pampered Chef paperwork box that comes with your kit for part of your display. The colorful pictures on the side can draw people into your booth - just to ask "What's in the box?" I had this sitting next to the SS crate of products layed out...
TURKEY TIPS and MORE!
First of all....
HOW MUCH turkey do you need?
The best calculation is 1 to 1½ pounds per person. This will give your guests a few trips back for more with ample left-overs. (Stay tuned for LEFT OVER MADNESS in the next email!)
Do I buy my turkey FRESH or FROZEN...
I had a holiday open house yesterday...small place so I was only able
I had a holiday open house yesterday...small place so I was only able to bring 1 table, but for the amount of people that came through, I figured I did fine.
I tried a couple things I hadn't done before & thought I'd share...
I wanted to pass on a GREAT cleaning tip for our carafe!
Fill it up half way with HOT water. Add a half scoop of Oxy-Clean (LOVE
THAT STUFF), swirl it around to mix and then fill it up all the with hot
water. Fill it up to the pouring area so that you can set the lid on top
and it will...
Stoneware Cookie Mold Ideas
CINNAMON CLAY MOLDS:
1 1/2 cups ground cinnamon
1 cup applesauce
1/3 cup white glue
1. Mix ingredients in Classic Batter Bowl. Remove from Batter Bowl; knead mixture until firm and clay-like. Refrigerate 30 min.
2. Sprinkle Mold lightly with Cinnamon...
I know this sounds crazy, but I've found that Gold Medal flour is the cause
of most of our Cookie Press problems! Switch to any other brand of flour and
the cookies will stick to the stone fine. Any Press I sell comes with this
advice from me!
Talk team. Use words such as partner and use we instead of I when appropriate.
“You fill your house and I’ll fill your kitchen.”
Ask ”Would you like me to help you have a successful show?”
Have a big show attitude.