STAR IN THE HOOD
the next Kitchen Gifts with Ninja TSV is on the 23/11/20
I’ve still got mine too, it must be 10 years old, and I still use it daily, mainly to grind coffee beans!I realise things have moved on, but when I see 'Ninja' I always think of the lady years ago who did all the cooking demos, and all the Ninja blender jugs in different colours. I still have mine (using it everyday to mince up the dog food), and I don't think there's ever been a useful blender that's bettered the Ninja.
That is such helpful information, thanks Pick-a-Lily.I bought mine direct from ninja this week, in their Black Friday deal. It’s a red ltd edition one, and comes with a silicone sling (for lifting your roast out), a pair of lifting forks, a two tier rack, and a ninja apron, for £179.99.
Will be interesting to see how the TSV measures up.
It’s a seriously useful piece of kit - pressure cooker, slow cooker, steamer, air fryer, mini oven and grill all in one gadget, but it’s enormous, and you need a good bit of worktop space to accommodate it!
I found her description of the Ninja and how she has used it in her home very helpful. Not bothered if she has had a free one if it helps those of us watching who may want to buy one.I noticed Ann Dawson said 'I've been experimenting at home'
Another freebie then....
When I used to sell kitchen appliances in a bricks and mortar store I didn't get freebies so I could tell people how to use it at home, nor did I get free footwear so I could tell customers you can wear them with jeans or a floaty skirt when I sold shoes.I found her description of the Ninja and how she has used it in her home very helpful. Not bothered if she has had a free one if it helps those of us watching who may want to buy one.