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Monday, August 6, 2012

Rada Cutlery Grand Finale Giveaway Event ends 8/29 US


Here is the Grand Finale Giveaway Event for Rada Mfg. Co.  This last event will consist of four items: the Cook's Knife, the Tomato Slicer, the Ice Cream Scoop, the Rada's Flexible Cutting Board.


Since my husband was once a professional chef, he really admires the construction of Rada's knives.  They have a good grip, and they feel nice in the hand.  The Brushed Aluminum handles are cast onto the T420 high carbon stainless steel blades to where there is no place for bacteria to hide.  One thing my husband is is clean with the kitchen.  He wants his kitchen tools to be bacteria free, and the Rada Cutlery fits his standards for cleanliness.

The Cook's Knife is one of my husband's favorites.  He likes a larger knife, and though this is not the largest in the Rada Cutlery line, it satisfies his needs well.  This knife's blade is 6 1/4", with an overall length of 10 7/8". As with all of Rada's knives, the blade is very sharp, and cuts the item quickly and efficiently.


I used the Cook's Knife when preparing my appetizer tray with the cracker basket.  It sliced all my veggies up quickly and neatly.  I actually had fun getting this together.  I also use this knife when I get chuck roasts ready to grind up for our hamburger.  It slices through the meat so well, that I can cube the meat in smaller cubes to make the grinding chore in a jiffy. 


The Tomato Slicer has a dual serrated blade ensures a straight cut! Slices many other vegetables too.  The Tomato Slicer's blade is 5" in length, and has an overall 8 7/8".  It won't squash your tomatoes and gives even slices.  Here is what my husband performed with this blade.


As you can see, the Tomato Slicer cuts evenly, and as thin or thick as you wish.


The Ice Cream Scoop is the absolute best scoop for ice cream we ever have had.  It is tough rugged reinforced scoop  that doesn't bend with the hardest of ice creams.  It has a uniquely shaped bowl with a bull nose end with a little wedge on it.  It can also be used as a serving spoon.


This scooper was designed to give you a large scoop without getting stuck in the ice cream.  We all know that we love a large scoop of ice cream, and this is the scoop that will deliver it!


Included in this giveaway is the Flexible Cutting Board.  We have been using this cutting board throughout all of our Rada giveaways.  I love this flexible cutting board.  It is the perfect size: 10"X14".  The flexible plastic is rugged enough to handle your slicing and dicing chores yet bends to funnel into serving dishes or pans.

Rada Mfg. Co. not only sells kitchen cutlery, but also cookbooks, quick mixes, stoneware, oak knife blocks, and soy wax candles.

As with all of Rada Cutlery, there products are all made in Waverly, Iowa, USA, and are backed with a Lifetime Guarantee.  Don't forget that Rada also has a Fundraising Program.  Rada Mfg. Co. has been helping groups fund raise since 1948. Rada would like to invite your Church, School, Club or Team to fundraise selling Rada Cutlery kitchen knives, utensils and gift sets which includes all of Rada's line of products.

Don't forget to check out my other two reviews for Rada Cutlery:
Review on the Regular Parer and the Super Parer
Review on Rada Cutlery's Fundraising Program, with the Kitchen Slicer with the Quick Edge Knife Sharpener.

Keep connected with Rada Cutlery
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Rada Kitchen Store
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Would you like to purchase any of the above?  Just head on over to the Rada Kitchen Store.  The prices of Rada Cutlery just can't be beat for the quality of the knife that you will receive.   Since we bake bread almost every day, I have just purchased the bread knife for only $10.70.


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Would you like to win all of the above!  With this last giveaway, Rada has kindly consented to giving one winner all four of the above mentioned products - the Cook's Knife, the Tomato Slicer, the Ice Cream Scoop, and the Flexible Cutting Board.  This is a prize package worth $32.50.  This giveaway will end on August 29. 2012, and is open to residents of the USA.
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No Purchase Necessary. Void where prohibited by law. Many thanks to Rada Mfg. Co. who provided a product or sample for this Review & Giveaway. I received no monetary compensation. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.” This Giveaway is not sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Google, Facebook, or Twitter. Good Luck!

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