This is a sponsored post with Farberware featuring their Glide Copper Ceramic Non-stick Cookware. All opinions are my own and I’m sponsoring a giveaway for a huge set of this cookware! Read on to hear (and see) how Farberware Glide is making my holiday cooking tasks easier.
Friends, have I got something special to share with you today! I’m partnering with Farberware Cookware to tell you about their new Glide collection of ceramic non-stick cookware. And let me tell you, ‘Glide’ is the perfect name for this collection. I’ve made so many dishes in these pans now and I cannot seem to get anything to stick to it, unlike many of the other non-stick pans I’ve bought in the past. In fact, I was a little skeptical whether I was going to be sold on this set. But in addition to being a true non-stick set, the cookware heats beautifully and evenly as well. I’m a true fan, and I’m also a true friend to you, so I’m hosting a giveaway for you to win all the pieces you see below: A Glide 12-piece set available in three colors; Copper/copper, Black/copper, and Blue/copper. In addition to the full set, you’ll get these bonus pieces; 12 1/2″ Skillet (not available in blue) and the 8″ Egg Poacher. I used the 12 1/2″ skillet and the egg poacher to make Eggs Benedict with Hash Browns, and I’ll share how you can create this super easy but super special dish as well.
What makes Farberware Glide Cookware so great?
- Durable Aluminum with flared rim profile for drip-free pouring
- Copperslide 2-layer copper ceramic long-lasting nonstick
- 90% better food release vs. major ceramic competitors
- Sturdy handles with copper design accent (pretty)
- Easy to clean (seriously easy!)
- Shatter-resistant glass lids (I accidentally tested this out)
- Oven safe to 350F degrees (This is awesome for all the recipes you need to start on the stove and finish in the oven. Yes, the handles can go in the oven!)
- Lifetime warranty
If you’d like, check out this quick Farberware Youtube video further demonstrating the beauty and serious science behind the cookware.
Now let me tell you about our new favorite breakfast which has also become breakfast-dinner on several occasions. Eggs Benedict over Hash Browns is super special to serve for family and guests but sometimes it never makes it on the table or gets modified with fried or scrambled eggs because poaching eggs can be intimidating. Using an egg poacher pan, perfect eggs are easy to master and cook to your desired doneness.
I start cooking the hash browns first; sautéing onions, red and green bell peppers, and garlic before adding shredded potatoes. If you’re looking for the perfect Christmas morning or New Year’s Day breakfast, the peppers make this recipe festive besides adding a lot of flavor. Once the potatoes are on their way to browning on the second side, I start the eggs in the poaching pan, so the potatoes and eggs finish perfectly at the same time. For serving family-style, just place the finished eggs on top of the hash browns and add smoked salmon or bacon if you like. Then top everything with your favorite hollandaise sauce or salsa, or both.
My recipe for the Eggs Benedict over Hash Browns is featured over at Farberware’s awesome site, so I’d love it if you check it out HERE.
And now for the fun part… the Farberware Glide Giveaway! Here’s how you enter (available to US residents only). Each item completed get’s you one entry (so you don’t have to do all of the tasks, but doing so increases your chances of winning).
- Post a comment below and tell me what you’d love to make in the Glide cookware and which color you’d choose; Copper, black, blue, (12 1/2″ skillet not available in blue right now).
- Follow @gooddinnermom and @FarberwareCook on Instagram.
- Sign up for email updates from Good Dinner Mom when new recipes post.
- Leave a comment on @gooddinnermom on Instagram, tagging two people who you think would love the cookware.
- Share the post on Good Dinner Mom’s Facebook page.
CONTEST ENDS at midnight MDT on December 30, 2018.
I hope you liked the feature for this excellent cookware. I only share items that I love and that I think you’ll find useful. Happy holidays, friends! Let me know if you have any questions about the recipe. Again, the full recipe is HERE.