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Pampered Chef: I have everything I want, or at least I thought

  1. BadGirl

    BadGirl Member Gold Member

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    My kitchen is totally outfitted with EVERYTHING in the Spring/Summer catalog, as well as a ton of items from previous years.

    I tell ya, my kitchen and pantry is packed with Pampered Chef items. Totally packed. And I'm one of those goobers that actually uses almost ALL of the products on a regular basis. To give you an understanding of my obsession with all things Pampered Chef, I have the full set of BOTH the stainless and executive cookware.

    In yesterday's mail, I received the new Fall/Winter catalog, and now I want MORE Pampered Chef tools.

    I get to start up my buying spree on the new products in a few weeks, and I can't wait!

    Yipppppeeeeee!!!!! :love:
     
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  2. rennea

    rennea Legacy Member Gold Member

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    I'm in the same boat, I need to buy a bigger house!
     
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  3. loreo

    loreo Banned

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    Not there yet, but Dh says I'm on my way!
     
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  4. darlinclem

    darlinclem Advanced Member Gold Member

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    My hubby is always surprised when I actually use something that isn't PC. Almost everything is and my FIL likes to joke whenever he eats here. He always wants to make sure he is using PC stuff to serve, eat and pass around the table. LOL

    I redid/remodeled (cheap) my kitchen a few years ago. DH and I made a deal- if I add more I have to get rid of stuff. At the time I was a brand new consultant and didn't see a problem. Now I am working on amending it to it having to be PC to stay ;)
     
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  5. pampcheflisa

    pampcheflisa Advanced Member Gold Member

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    Oh, I am BAD.......very bad.
    I started "collecting" PC when I was about 21, before I really even cooked.
    My husband served in Iraq in 2005, and I had three shows while he was gone, each over $1000K (one was $1600), so when he came back he told me I had to become a consultant if I wanted any more PC, b/c I wasn't spending any more of "our" money on it!!! Well, that only made things worse!! So, now not only is my kitchen full, but our office as well!!
     
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  6. kam

    kam Legacy Member Staff Member

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    Yes, one of the reasons I became a consultant was to support my "PC habit".

    I, too, think I have about everything I want from the catty. And, of course, I am really thinking about purchasing Sample pack A from the samples this season!!
     
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  7. BlessedWifeMommy

    BlessedWifeMommy Veteran Member

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    I admit it, one of the main reasons I am a consultant is to buy more products. My large kitchen is full and it overflows into my two kit bags!
     
  8. esavvymom

    esavvymom Legend Member Staff Member

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    so have some dinner parties! It would be a Pampered Chef party without them even knowing it! I swear, everytime I have folks over and pull out all my stuff, they are like "Wow! Is that from Pampered Chef? That is so neat! ILove that!". :D
     
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  9. kam

    kam Legacy Member Staff Member

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    A friend and I were co-hosting a get-together at my house last spring. She prepared her recipes at my house and, of course, most of the tools we used were PC. She already LOVES PC - but she got to use some tools that might not be all that eye-catching in the catalog. Needless to say - she placed an order! Her most beloved item - the Mix N Masher for making her guacamole! And she would have never thought to order it unless she used it. :)
     
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  10. milkangel

    milkangel Advanced Member

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    same here. I too am a pc pack rat. I love every thing even the things i dont use. I just like it. I Now Do Need the set of cookware. what can i do? hosting a show in Nov. I so can not wait to get my new office room done and there will be a closet in it too so then i can be more orgnized. i have most of the stuff in my van in the back and it is full. things are a part to much right now for a show. i am also what other things in the catty that you recamend?
     
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  11. niclowther

    niclowther Member Gold Member

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    My 5 year old brother asked my mom one day while cooking "is that Pampered Chef?" It was so cute. Now my son asks. He loves to cook and help mommy in the kitchen- he especially love the quick-stir pitcher and citrus press.

    And when my family comes over my dad and grandfather always ask "are these Pampered Chef" when they touch everything on the table!

    And I too thought I would not buy anything this season, but you guys know how it is!
     
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  12. mrshamel3808

    mrshamel3808 Member Gold Member

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    I have a TEENY kitchen and so far it's overflowing! I soooo want to replace my old stainless steel cookware with PC cookware but if I spent that money I'd have spent more for PC stuff than I've made so far (I'm only 4 1/2 mo. in). Another thing is the all the dots , I actually don't want my kitchen/dining room to be in those colors (it's robin's egg blue and daffodil yellow...to be specific) and it would totally clash, but I still want it all!! Ooo, if only PC dollars were earned as fast after the first 90 days!!!
     
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  13. dollfangs

    dollfangs Member Silver Member

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    I did buy a bigger house last year and I specifically looked at the kitchen to make sure that I would have room. Well, 2 seasons later, I have bought two storage cabinets to store the spillover. :chef:
     
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