I become like a little kid whenever I get new kitchen gadgets to try out. The kitchen is where I am found the most…cooking, baking and cleaning. I use a lot of olive oil whenever I cook or bake and always wished there was some way of being able to spritz it on my foods, in bakeware and onto my skillets. Misto is the Gourmet Olive Oil Sprayer that has made my life so much easier (in the kitchen).
Misto is available at fine retailers nationwide and in two different finishes: Aluminum or Stainless Steel. Both of them are available for purchase for under $20! Another bonus is that it is non-aerosol and doesn’t use chemical propellants and is BPA free! The best part is that you can keep refilling and re-using Misto over and over again. Misto doesn’t have to be filled with olive oil either. You can also add vinegar, lemon, wine, water or other oils to Misto.
How does it work? You simply unscrew the top and pour your favorite olive oil into the inside chamber (only half way full). The chamber offers a 3 oz capacity, so, you will only want to add 1.5 oz of olive oil. Screw the top back on and use the lid to “pump” air into the olive oil chamber so that you can instantly spray olive oil wherever you need it. This is not only handy for inside the kitchen, but, also out on the grill. Misto has not only become one of my favorite kitchen gadgets, but, my husband loves it for whenever he grills.
ABOUT MISTO (from their website):
MISTO®, The Gourmet Olive Oil Sprayer®, sprays oil as a fine mist when cooking & baking. MISTO adds flavor, uses less oil & reduces calories & fat for healthier cooking. MISTO is non-aerosol, doesn’t use chemical propellants & is BPA-free.
* The winner will receive a Misto Olive Oil Sprayer
*This giveaway is open to the US Only
GIVEAWAY ENDS SUNDAY, APRIL 15, 2012 AT 12:01 EST.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received the olive oil sprayer mentioned above for free for review purposes from Misto. 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.”