Keep It Fresh

 

Yes, this is a sparkly, new GE refrigerator which came with our new house. In fact, all of our appliances are GE, and I am in love with them. I am not here to talk about how much I am in love with my new appliances. Instead, I am here to talk about the one that I am lusting after. I just finished watching the Freshpedition and am infatuated with the new GE French Door Refrigerator. Have you heard about it?
The GE French Door Refrigerator is like no other. There are so many incredible features that will keep your groceries at their peak freshness for a longer period of time. How many times have you come home from the market, put away your produce, only to have it wilted or soggy within days? Different foods are meant to be stored at different temperatures. The GE French Door Refrigerator has an electronic temperature controlled drawer where you can store your meats, cheeses, produce and even citrus at the proper temperature. I love this!!!
I put a lot of thought, time and passion into what I put on our kitchen table. The freshest ingredients I can obtain is a high priority to me. With this passion comes time spent at the local farmerís markets to purchase the best farm-fresh produce. It is essential to me these ingredients last a few days once I get them home. I want to be able to taste the farm-fresh flavors throughout our meal planning. I feel the same way about frozen food items. Most of the frozen items in our freezer are exceptional pieces of meat from local area ranches. I donít want them to get freezer burn before we have a chance to enjoy them. The TwinChill evaporators would make this possible. This feature on the GE French Door Refrigerator makes two separate compartments, one for fresh produce and the other for frozen. The evaporators export high humidity air into the fresh compartment, which permits fresh ingredients to stay fresher longer, and dry air is pushed through to the freezer, which inhibits freezer burn.
Another feature that I love on the GE French Door Refrigerator is the filtration system. We have a similar system on our refrigerator and love it. The thing I love about the GE French Door filtration system is that it is easier to change as the filter is located in the side of the door, instead of taking up valuable shelf space. The new filter system is hands-free – simply pull out the tray and place your water glass or your cooking pot on top of it to fill with water. The sensors will automatically fill whatever is there, until it is almost full, leaving your hands free to tend to little ones or to continue getting dinner prepped.
I only highlighted a few of the features that I love. If I had the option, I would break-up with my current love and bring the GE French Door Refrigerator home. To learn more about how the GE French Door Refrigerator can improve the freshness in your kitchen visit this website.


Don’t forget to check out the Freshpedition – The new French Door Refrigerator is so advanced, GE filled one with the freshest food they could find, hooked it up to a generator and ventured over 2000 miles in a Ford F-150 to a remot desert to surprise a homesick scientist with a home-cooked meal. Watch the adventure!

Be sure to visit the GE Appliances brand page on BlogHer.com where you can read other bloggers reviews.

Recipe: Farm Fresh Roasted Tomatoes and Pasta
  • 2 pints of cherry tomatoes
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • sprinkle of kosher salt
  • sprinkle of fresh cracked black pepper
  • 6 large basil leaves
  • 1/2 pound of spaghetti
Preheat the oven to 375. Toss the cherry tomatoes with the olive oil, salt and pepper. Scatter over a cookie sheet. Roast until slightly caramelized and they start to burst; about 25 minutes. Stir half way through. Remove from the oven and set aside.
Bring a pot of water to a boil and cook the pasta according to the directions on the package. Drain into a colander. Drizzle a small amount of olive oil over the pasta, while it is still in the colander. Gently toss.
Stack the basil leaves on top of each other, and thinly slice. To serve put the pasta into a large serving bowl and gently toss with the roasted tomatoes. Scatter the basil over the top. Serve. Eat.

Comments

  1. Oh, the pasta looks lovely! I need to try roasting some tomatoes like that.

    We also have all GE appliances and love them. Well, my fridge/freezer could be larger, but with a family if six, I guess that’s probably a common thing. I need a spare! Or a restaurant sized one.

    Off to check out the sweepstakes!

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