10.5.13

Mother's Day: EatSmart Precision Retro Mechanical Kitchen Scale Review & Giveaway

My husband has high blood pressure and so does my mother-in-law, so we are trying harder than ever to eat more at home and to eat healthier. Last year we worked with EatSmart Products for our Mother's Day Gift Guide and received a great kitchen scale, which has gotten much use from my husband when cooking salmon and chicken especially. This time we received the EatSmart Precision Retro Mechanical Kitchen Scale and I am so in love with this one that I put it out on our counter for everyone to see.

About the EatSmart Precision Retro Mechanical Kitchen Scale
This retro kitchen scale is a beautiful and bright red color that is sure to liven up any kitchen. The scale comes with a removable stainless steel mixing bowl, so just add items to the bowl and sit on top of the scale for quick and accurate measurements. Plus, the mixing bowl is dishwasher safe!
Our Thoughts
I love retro kitchen items and am always scouring stores for vintage items. I just recently added some owl containers and a mushroom recipe holder to my collection, so when I saw this beautiful scale from EatSmart, I knew I had to have it. I've gotten so many compliments about the EatSmart Precision Retro Mechanical Kitchen Scale. It's such a pretty red color that it really stands out and catches everyone's attention.
I didn't realize before receiving the scale, but the stainless steel bowl is separate from the scale, so this means we can weigh fruits and multiple items in the bowl or even liquid items. It also means I can place other containers, plates and bowls on the scale, too. I'm not just stuck with the bowl option. I can pretty much use this for all of my measuring needs in the kitchen. Plus, the bowl easily fits into our fruit bowl, so I could slide it and use it there if needed. 
Since we've been cooking more and I've been trying more recipes, I've had to also measure out items more often. We make meals for a family of four, so measuring by pounds is often a must when cooking meats, veggies and sometimes fruits. I absolutely love the EatSmart Precision Retro Mechanical Kitchen Scale and couldn't be happier!

Now that you've read all about the EatSmart Precision Retro Mechanical Kitchen Scale, would you like a chance to win one?
One Lucky Reader Will Win a Red EatSmart Precision Retro Mechanical Kitchen Scale ($50 RV)!
Just use the Rafflecopter form below to enter. This giveaway is open to US Residents 18+ years of age and ends on Sunday, June 1st. Good Luck!

16 comments:

Unknown said...

i need this!!!

Unknown said...

I am cutting portions. i have a mini digital scale but REALLY we need this. We WANT a mushroom kit, but NEED this scale.

Vicki Hale said...

Hello, I am trying to be healthier by eating more veggies, I have started juicing and I really enjoy it. Thank you. Vicki

aperry said...

We eat a vegan diet and buy local at our farmer markets

Bekalee314 said...

everything i buy is whole wheat, grain or brown. We eat a lot of vegetables and fruits. I also like to buy chia seeds to put into food.

Zoe Rae said...

I buy fruits and veggies and offer these as snacks.

Austin Baroudi said...

Lots of fruits and veggies and daily walks!
mcfallsk8er(at)aim(dot)com

Keely said...

We have fruits and veggies every day!

Amanda said...

I try to feed us healthy foods and skip the junk food.

Robin O said...

We try to eat healthy as a family by incorporating lots of fresh vegetables into our meals!

Anne said...

One thing we do as a family to help us eat heathfully is to have a *real* dinner every night, starting with a salad. I think that makes a big difference.

selenke said...

we try to eat organic and lots of veggies

BerryMorins Bits & Tips said...

We eat fruits and vegetables. I like to cook from scratch. And we've reduced our intake of processed foods.

Jessica G said...

Eating lots of fruits and veggies. Cooking at home rather than eating out.

Jaime said...

we use lots of fresh foods and healthy meat choices

matope said...

i always try to avoid gmo products ... not easy though

Post a Comment