|By PR Newswire||
|March 27, 2014 02:02 PM EDT||
PITTSBURGH, March 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- If you've ever been the victim of a burnt meal, thanks to a pan that simply gets to be too hot, there is a revolutionary, new cooking technology from Love Cooking Company that promises a simple solution to your scorched kitchen woes. Love Cooking Company representatives are excited to introduce the Jade No-Burn Pan, a seven-in-one pan with advanced technology that prevents food from burning. The pan welcomes users into the world of "worry-free cooking" and is set to debut on QVC's "In the Kitchen with David" this Sunday, March 30, 2014, between 12 p.m. and 5 p.m.
According to product packaging, the Jade No-Burn Pan allows users to perform seven unique cooking functions without burning food: slow cooking, making sauce, deep frying, searing, stove-top baking, sautéing and stewing. Love Cooking Company representatives said the capabilities of the Jade No-Burn Pan further reinforce the company mission of simplifying cooking for everyone who steps into the kitchen.
"It is a revolutionary and cutting edge development in cooking that has eliminated one of the greatest fears in cooking, that being the burning of food. To best of our knowledge, no other pan in the world offers this feature," said Love Cooking Company representatives.
Long-time Culinary Professional Chef Tony Notaro serves as the Jade No-Burn Pan's spokesman and will showcase the new product on QVC this Sunday. Notaro said the pan's versatility will quickly erase any skepticism one might have about the pan's incredible claims.
"I've been cooking a long time and I would have never imagined you can cook in a skillet and not have to worry about burning your recipe. I admit, I was skeptical at first, but after cooking with it for several months now, I am a Jade believer and proud to be its spokesman. Jade is the latest in cooking innovation, and is a revolutionary new development in the world of cooking. Every chef, cook or mother who aspires to cook food to perfection, and not worry about burning must own this pan. The Jade No-Burn Pan maintains a consistent heat, and with the combination of pure Jade Powder that is built into the bottom of the pan, combined with patented, cutting-edge design technology, the Jade No-Burn Pan reaches a maximum heat level of between 440 and 450 degrees Fahrenheit, then stops heating higher. It has no cold or hot spots; it's goof proof cooking!" said Notaro. "Jade is now my go-to pan on my stovetop and I know our foodies are going to love Jade as much as I do."
The Jade No-Burn Pan was created at the Pittsburgh, Pa., design facility, Inventionland, where well over 2,000 new inventions are churned out each year. Inventionland founder and CEO George Davison said that the Jade No-Burn Pan easily stands out among other cooking products currently sold in stores.
"It isn't every day that an invention comes along that will change a daily human activity in every household. We knew there had to be a better way of cooking, so people wouldn't burn their food," said Davison. "The Jade No-Burn Pan that we helped to invent at Inventionland for our client will change cooking forever."
After three years of extensive research and development at Inventionland, the Jade No-Burn Pan was designed with a double-wall Jade chamber construction that provides even heating without the need for cooking oil or water, when used as directed. The pan's unique temperature-controlling feature promises to prevent boil-over, even when the pan is filled with liquid.
About Love Cooking Company
The Love Cooking Company, who is currently the exclusive supplier and product developer of the Mrs. Fields Bakeware program, is rapidly emerging as one of the most exciting and creative cookware and bakeware suppliers in the U.S. housewares industry. The company is devoted to embracing and inspiring more loving and enjoyable moments in the kitchen by providing products that are functionally unique compared to any products currently on the market and that simplify cooking, baking, and storing items. The company's innovative products help to create fun new dishes and desserts with a quicker and easier process from prep to serve. For more information on Love Cooking Company, visit lovecookingcompany.com.
SOURCE Love Cooking Company
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