Good Cook – It’s a Keeper! Giveaway

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3 is an odd number (in case you didn’t know!).  Which means every time I cut something in half for my family to eat, it means I have one piece extra.  1/2 a grapefruit for breakfast, means 1/2 a grapefruit left over.  1/2 a cantaloupe to fill with ice cream, means 1/2 a cantaloupe left over.  1/2…well you get the picture.  So I was all over these new Good Cook Produce Keepers that I was sent to try out as part of being a Good Cook Kitchen Expert.

The great thing about these produce keepers is that they are the shape of the produce you’re trying to keep fresh.  We all know that sometimes plastic wrap just doesn’t cut it and other containers often just aren’t the right size.  The Good Cook Produce Keepers have lids that ‘lock in’ freshness and smells.

I found that they were more adept at storing food that had been partially used.  For instance the green pepper I used in my breakfast dish below did not fit into the Green Pepper Keeper whole, but after I had cut some slices from it, it fit fine to keep it fresh.  I had it in the container for 4 days in the fridge before using it again and it was as crisp and fresh as the morning I first used it.

I also like the fact that because the containers look like the produce they are ‘keeping’ inside, it’s easy to find what you’re looking for in the fridge without hunting through myriads of containers that all look alike, to find what you want!

Here’s a fun breakfast to feed the kids this summer, it’s nothing fancy, just an egg fried in a sliced ring of green pepper, but it brightens up the plate a bit, and kids enjoy dipping the pepper in the yolk!

It’s easy to make butter or oil up a pan over medium heat (or if you’re using non-stick you really don’t have to if you don’t want), place the green pepper ring in the pan, and then crack an egg into a shallow bowl or custard cup and then pour the egg into the center of the pepper ring.

Fry the egg until the whites begin to set and then pour 1/4 cup of water into the pan and cover it for about two minutes. 

The egg will likely ‘escape’ the pepper ring, but once it’s finished frying and you lift it out of the pan after the two minutes, it’s easy to cut off the extra egg, and scrape whatever made it on to the top of the pepper ring off.

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DISCOUNT – You can get 25% off these produce Keepers as well as your entire order at with promo code: KEEPERS. If you buy any Produce Keeper you can receive a free Banana Keeper with purchase. (Online only)

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