Virtual Potluck Thanksgiving With OXO Giveaway


OXO has the tools to make your holiday meals simple and easy. Virtual Potluck is working with OXO to bring you some fabulous meal ideas and great giveaways!  

You all know how much I love OXO!  I practically scream it from the roof tops, well if I wasn’t scared of heights.  Anyhow, incase you missed the previous post, I used these fabulous tools that I’m giving away to create a delicious Thanksgiving dinner.

Over the next week you will find more fabulous holiday dishes from the ever creative Virtual Potluck team plus a giveaway from each of us!

Now let’s get to talking about these OXO goodies that you could win!

OXO Good Grips Chef’s Digital Leave-In Meat Thermometer This is the handiest thing ever!  Especially for cooking turkeys and chickens, there is no guessing when your meat is done.  The cord is made of heat resistant silicone and you actually leave it in while your meat is cooking and the digital display sets on the counter. It also doubles as a timer.

OXO Good Grips Poultry Shears  Trying out the spatchcock turkey was the first time I had used poultry shears.  I was amazed, they were easy to handle and cut through the chicken really easy.  Much safer than my usual hacking with the chefs knife!  I love that they come apart for cleaning so you are sure that they are clean.

OXO Good Grips Turkey Baster with Cleaning Brush  This turkey baster has a flat bulb, so that it doesn’t roll off of the counter, OXO has the best ideas!  There are measurements on the tube and it’s made of durable plastic so it doesn’t break.  Also the cleaning brush is essential for getting it clean.


OXO Good Grips Silicone Basting Brush    Easy to clean and with the angled head the bristles never touch the counter, I love that!  The bristles are heat resistant to like 600 degrees, so you can use it on the grill too!

OXO 3-in-1 Adjustable Potato Ricer  I have yet to put this nice little tool away. I use it, wash it, use it, wash it.  I am in love!  I think it does make the fluffiest mashed potatoes and it’s uses are endless.  I used it to make the cranberry sauce, and it would be ideal for applesauce.  Easy cleanup and so easy to use.

OXO Good Grips 4 Cup Fat Separator  The top is a removable strainer to catch all of the bits that you don’t want to go into your gravy.  The heat resistant spout keeps the fat out of the spout, the handle is slip resistant and easy to grip.  I have no idea how this works but it is amazing.  It was the first time I ever used a fat separator and how did I ever get by without one?


OXO Good Grips Silicone Pot Holder with Magnet I am forever in search of good pot holders and I had just about decided that they didn’t really exist.  You will get 2 of these babies!  One for each hand!  They are just the right size, just the right thickness and I absolutely love them.  They also have a handy magnet so you can keep it handy on the fridge!

Yes you will get all of this if you win!  Now that’s what I call a giveaway!  Are you excited?  Well here’s how to enter:

Congratulations to Jenny! 

“I left a comment already on the spatchcocked turkey — I love Oxo too – and would love them all – but I guess the poultry shears would make me happiest!”

Thank you to OXO and everyone who entered!


For extra entries:

  • Like OXO and Miss in the Kitchen on facebook.
  • Share this giveaway on facebook.
  • Follow OXO and Miss in the Kitchen on twitter and tweet the following, “I want to win the Virtual Potluck Thanksgiving with @OXO super holiday giveaway from @missnthekitchen
  • Follow Miss in the Kitchen and OXO on Pinterest and pin this post and/or from the recipe post.
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  • Follow any other Virtual Potluck member on facebook, twitter, or Pinterest.

Leave a comment for each!

Entries will be received through Saturday, November 17, 2012.  Open to US residents, 18 years and older. Winner will be chosen at random.


Disclosure: I was provided products for review purposes and OXO is sponsoring the giveaway.  I was not compensated for this post and my opinions are my own.



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