KitchenIQ Better Zester Giveaway/Review

What can I say?  I love reviewing amazing kitchen products; especially ones that make your life easier in the kitchen.  I have always had a zester, but after having the chance to try this little gadget from KitchenIQ I can see why people have liked it so much.  It has a great measuring compartment on the back and the rubber that is attached helps scrape off all that excess that a zester may leave behind.  I think this is genius; especially when baking, and you want an exact amount. 

It comes with a safety cover on the blades for storing. I also really enjoy that it has a rubber grip handle, that is nice and comfortable to hold.  While zesting I noticed how smooth it feels when you glade.  It actually makes you turn the KitchenIQ Better Zester around to make sure something is actually coming out.  The zest that comes out is very fine and fluffy, and actually not as thick when I used my old zester.   So I figured I would share a little about this product and host a nice giveaway with it so you can have the pleasure of enjoying it as much as I did. 

Giveaway:

To enter to win the KitchenIQ Better Zester, please leave a comment on this post telling me How this would work wonders in your kitchen?

For extras:

Like KitchenIQ on Facebook, Leave a separate comment letting us know you like KitchenIQ.

Follow @SmithsEdgeware on Twitter. Leave a separate comment letting us know you are following.

Like Homemade Delish on Facebook  Leave a separate comment letting me know.

Follow @Homemadedelish on Twitter. Leave a separate comment letting me know you are following.

Subscribe to Homemade Delish (if you haven’t already).  Leave a separate comment letting me know you subscribed.

The giveaway is open until January 17th, 2013 Midnight EST. The giveaway is only open to U.S. residents. Be sure a valid email address is included with your comment(s). Winner will be chosen randomly and announced on this post. We will email the winner and if the winner doesn’t respond in 24 hours, a new winner will be chosen. Good luck and Cheers!

Disclosure: This giveaway is being provided by KitchenIQ, but the opinions are Homemade Delish’s own.

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54 Comments Add yours

  1. With this zester I would make delicious meals and post them on my blog 🙂

  2. lulu says:

    I can’t believe how many years I scraped my knuckles before discovering a zester!

  3. barefootnblessd says:

    I would use this amazing tool to make baking a key lime pie so much easier! Love!

  4. This seater would work great in adding a little extra citrus kick to homemade salsa!

  5. I liked edgeware on Facebook!

  6. barefootnblessd says:

    Followed edgeware on twitter and facebook, and already following you and subscribed 🙂

  7. I would use the Edgeware Better Zester to dress my dishes up with a delicate sprinkle of orange. lemon or lime bling right before photographing them. Imagine a dark chocolate mousse with orange liqueur flavoring, whipped cream and navel orange zest!

  8. I not only “liked” Edgeware on facebook, I posted on their page that I found them through your blog. Hope you get more new followers!

  9. Did the same on Edgeware’s Twitter site – following and Tweeting about you!

  10. Yup, I’m subscribed, facebook following and Twitter following Homemade Delish!

  11. This would do wonders in my kitchen because I always use a cheese greater and it comes out so much larger than it’s supposed to!

  12. Hey there Delish! I’ve nominated your blog for a REALITY BLOG AWARD. All of the info is on my blog. Happy Cooking!

  13. I would love to use this zester for my Lemon Pie. I love the measuring window and the soft, fluffyness of the zest.

  14. I liked Edgeware on Facebook

  15. I love that the zest is measured as you zest. I never measure zest – so just think how much better my recipes would turn out!

  16. Nicky says:

    With a cover over the blades, I would feel comfortable allowing my children to use it.

  17. Nicky says:

    Liked Homemade Delicious on Facebok

  18. charlene pipito says:

    Well you know how I really love cheese? I think this zester would be a great way to grate cheese. I might add it to the top of a meal or a salad, and add some of grated lemon rind to go with it.

  19. Anne says:

    A little citrus zest perks up almost anything, from a chicken casserole to a pound cake, so I’d use this zester a lot!

  20. Anne says:

    I like Edgeware on Facebook.

  21. Anne says:

    I follow @SmithsEdgeware on Twitter.

  22. Anne says:

    I like Homemade Delish on Facebook.

  23. Anne says:

    I follow @HomemadeDelish on Twitter.

  24. Anne says:

    I subscribe to Homemade Delish by email.

  25. elliebunny24 says:

    I’ve never used a zester – i would try new recipes

  26. elliebunny24 says:

    I never used a zester – I would try new recipes

  27. elliebunny24 says:

    I like edgeware on facebook

  28. elliebunny24 says:

    I follow SmithsEdgeware on twitter @elliebunny24

  29. elliebunny24 says:

    following homemade delish on facebook

  30. I make an amazing brownie with orange zest in it. I love chocolate and orange together. My only problem has been that the zest pieces are too long and of course, you don’t want to be chewing on orange zest. I think this product is definitely what I’ve been looking for. Time to hit the stores and look for it.

  31. Amanda says:

    I’ve been zesting with a dull cheese grater. It fails miserably. I can’t get very much off of it. Having an actual zester would make life in the kitchen so much less frustrating! 🙂

  32. Amanda says:

    Following Edgeware on Twitter under ATPerez

  33. Amanda says:

    Following your twitter under ATPerez

  34. Amanda says:

    And subscribed through wordpress!

  35. Reblogged this on Homemade Delish and commented:

    Dont forget to enter 2 days left. Good Luck!

  36. hippyma says:

    I currently have a dollar store grater (that I rock, but still), that I constantly shred my fingertips on, because there’s no good way to hold it. I have a gluten-free cooking business I’m trying to kick off & this would be used strictly for that 🙂

  37. hippyma says:

    “liked” edgewater on facebook

  38. hippyma says:

    “following” smiths edgeware on twitter

  39. hippyma says:

    i already like homemade delish on fb, twitter & follow by email 🙂

  40. It would be wonderful to use the Edgeware Zester for the lemon teacakes and lemon-pecan muffins I bake for our guests. Right now, I also use an old cheese grater.

  41. Followed Edgeware on Twitter under @diwritescom.

  42. Liked Edgeware on Facebook under diprokop.

  43. Love and liked/subscribed/follow Homemade Delish!

  44. The edgeware zester would be great for my international cooking class. With a lot of Asian cooking it would be great for all the aromatics and special little touches.

  45. I have a killer arugula salad and have not been satisfied with my current zester’s performance. it works ok on parmesan, but this would be great for the lemon part for finer shavings. Plus, I’m sure it’ll be faster

  46. Oh i would so love one of these !! Beats using my cheesegrater !!

  47. Ania K says:

    I would make so much lemon tart and zest ALL the fruits if I had this awesome zester! The worst part about mine right now is having to remove all the extra zest off the back without also peeling my knuckles.

  48. It would save my fingers. Why do so many others make a mess of my hands? 😦

  49. Meghan Finley says:

    I Like Edgeware on Facebook,

  50. Meghan Finley says:

    I Like Homemade Delish on Facebook

  51. Meghan Finley says:

    I Follow @Homemadedelish on Twitter @immortalb4

  52. Susan C says:

    I always worry I am going to cut myself when I try to chop up my lemon or orange rind into teeny tiny pieces. And they are never small enough – a zester would be magical!

  53. Susan C says:

    Like Edgeware on Facebook

  54. Susan C says:

    Follow @SmithsEdgeware on Twitter = susitravl

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