Shower the Bride and Groom With Love and Affection-and Appliances
Contributed by: NAPSA
Appliances are a great idea for young couples just starting out.
(NAPSA) - If you're under pressure to come up with a gift for the bride and groom-be it for the bridal shower or the wedding itself-why not let off a little steam
and see what's cooking with pressure cookers?
A pressure cooker is one of several handy appliances that can really help newlyweds cross the threshold into domesticity. For example, T-Fal's Sensor 2
pressure cookers (in 6.4- and 8-quart models) are manufactured of high-quality, durable 18/10 surgical steel. They are engineered with advanced spring-valve
pressure regulators with two pressure settings-one for delicate foods and one for meats and defrosting-plus a quick-release setting for reducing pressure
effortlessly and safely in little more than a minute.
Another suggestion to help young marrieds whip their home into shape is a blender. T-Fal's eight-speed Magiclean Blender features a 50-ounce (six-cup) plastic
jar with pouring lip. With 400 watts of pureeing power, this model has a durable, multi-functional stainless steel blade designed for heavy-duty tasks, including
crushing ice. It also offers a one-touch blade release system for fast, easy cleaning and a safety-locking system to prevent spills and mishaps.
Anyone who knows which side the bread is buttered on knows the value-and usefulness-of a good toaster. T-Fal's Avante line of two- and four-slice toasters
even include the latest in convenience features: a bagel function that toasts the inside of a sliced bagel at full power and the outside at reduced heat for the
ultimate in even toasting.
Finally, for a new wrinkle in gift-giving, you may want to consider a steam iron. For instance, the Avantis not only features T-Fal's most powerful steam
output, but also the all-new Integrated Anti-Scale System. This handy innovation removes damaging lime-scale accumulation-a common problem in most parts
of the United States-which is caused by filling the water tank with mineral-saturated "hard water."
To get the bride and groom started with their new appliances, why not include recipes?
Try these suggestions that can be made for two-or more. The first is
Grand Slam Smoothie,
ideal for making a smooth transition into whipping up fruit-filled smoothies in a new blender.
The second is
a pressure-free dish that can be quickly cooked up in the pressure cooker.