Thursday, October 15, 2009

Samsung: Makes Cooking Look Easy

This is a compensated review from BlogHer and Samsung Home Appliances.


BlogHer and Samsung are sponsoring a $200 gift certificate to Best Buy, just to the readers of A Veggie Venture and Kitchen Parade. Entering is completely easy, just scroll down for all the details.




Why Does a Cook Switch from Gas to Electric?
My Story


Wisdom says that a real writer needs no more than a nubbin of pencil and a scrap of paper; the words will flow unbidden, no quiet space, no fancy laptop required. Wisdom says that a real runner needs no more than an open road; the miles will accumulate, no running clothes that wick, no high-tech shoes required. 'My' wisdom says that a real cook needs no more than food and a little fire; supper will appear, no enamel-coated cookware, no German knives required. Once upon a time, there was a food blog where the cooking surface was -- get this -- a hot plate! The blogger moved on but the idea still haunts me: what would I cook with just a hot plate? Could I?

Enter BlogHer and Samsung, collaborating with bloggers to try out -- get THIS, for free -- Samsung appliances. I gave my 15-year old hardware-store variety range a discerning eye. The one potential drawback? Switching from gas to electric. I thought about real writers and real runners and real cooks. I remembered that hotplate. That's how a brand-new sparkly-clean stainless steel Samsung electric range and built-in Samsung microwave came to call my kitchen home.

Installation of Samsung range and oven

It's been some weeks now and I've been cooking up a storm, giving the new appliances a real work out, getting to know the in's and out's. It's easy for me to say, without prevarication: I love these Samsung appliances. Why? They seem to be designed by cooks for cooks. They seem to anticipate my workflow. They make cooking look easy.

Here's what I've learned.

What It's Like to Cook with Samsung Appliances
My Experience


Stovetop
  • Ceramic Surface - The ceramic work surface just looks so good! Plus it's much easier to keep clean than either a gas range or a traditional electric stove. The only downside? My favorite cast-iron skillets can't be used on ceramic, they'll scratch the surface.

  • Five Burners! - I can't tell you how often I filled up four burners on my old stove. The fifth burner on the Samsung is especially useful, since it's the 'warming center' especially designed to keep cooked food warm. This would be great for busy families, for nights when everyone's eating in shifts. There's also a warming drawer below the oven, which would be great for warming plates, unless, like me, you have a dog since that low to the floor, it's a magnet for dog fur.




  • Hot Surface Indicator - When any one of the elements is hot, there's a really obvious warning light, right in the center of the stovetop. In addition, when any burner is turned on, it glows red. There's no missing that it's turned on.

  • Adjustable Cooking Surfaces - The left front burner adjusts to pans of two different diameters, the right front burner to pans of three different diameters. This just makes sense, concentrating the heat beneath the entire surface of the pan. Once you figure out the controls, it's all pretty intuitive; someone new to the stove may need a little direction.

  • Fast Boil - The common wisdom, gas compared to electric, is that gas is faster to come to temperature. I'm finding this to be true but am adapting, turning the stove on while I'm prepping vegetables. Once again, Samsung seems to 'get this'. So the left front burner has a 'fast boil' function and it works just great for pasta water, boiling water for tea, etc.

  • Kitchen Timer - For anyone who lives and dies by kitchen clocks, it's hard to lose the clock when you turn on the timer.



Oven
  • Temperature Preview - Some times little things make such a big difference, both positive and negative. This one's a positive! When I preheat the oven, I love seeing the oven come to temperature, 150F, 220F, 275F, 325F, 350F, bingo!

  • Oven Size - This oven is big! Technically, it's 5.9 cubic feet but to me, what's great is that it's big enough for three oven racks, my baking stone now stays on one. There's plenty of room for a big turkey and lots of airspace for two levels of cookie sheets.

  • Oven Temperature Monitor - Oh how I love this feature! Turn on the oven and the display changes as the oven preheats. I could watch the temperature move from 150F to 175F to 225F and so on all day long!




  • Convection Baking - Yes, the Samsung has a convection feature, the much-applauded 'true convection' cooking that circulates air evenly throughout the oven. Bakers, especially, love the even cooking from a convection oven. Convection promises to be an energy-saver, too, because you cook at a temperature 25F lower and usually cook for about 25% less time. But if convection isn't for you, no problem, the oven works in conventional mode as well. I'm still learning my way around the convection feature but it's looking great.


  • Convection Roasting - The Samsung also has a 'convection roasting' function that is designed so that meat browns and cooks evenly, as if on a rotisserie. I'm looking forward to roasting my first chicken this way!

  • Bread Proofing - My heart leapt when I saw this feature! Over the years, I've devised one scheme after another to create 'warm and draft-free spaces' for letting bread rise. (Think cardboard boxes. Think space heaters facing an upside down wire wastebasket with the bread bowl perched on top.) None worked very well. For THIS feature, Samsung, I thank you. Just look! at that beautiful mound of bread dough!




  • Jewish Sabbath & Holidays - For some families, this might be of real benefit, leaving the oven and the oven light on throughout the Sabbath, overriding the standard safety feature that turns the oven off after 12 hours.

  • Self-Cleaning & Steam-Cleaning - The Samsung has a self-cleaning feature but better still, it has a light-cleaning function called SteamQuick that uses 10 ounces of water to clean the oven. Sweet! What an energy saver for light jobs. I do wish that the oven racks could be used during the cleaning functions.



Microwave
Caveat: My cooking style gives a range and an oven a real work-out, the microwave, not so much. I'm sure that the Samsung has many features that a microwave power user would appreciate. At present, that's just not me. My first check, to make sure that it would cook my morning oatmeal. Perfect!
  • Intuitive - The best thing about the microwave is that it works in such a straight-forward mode. Honestly, I've got the user manual on my desk but haven't looked at it yet.

  • Turntable & Shelf - The turntable cooks food more evenly, the shelf lets you cook two things at once, swapping between the shelf and the turntable midway.

  • The 'Soften' Function - This works for ice cream and chocolate but in my world, it's for softening butter for baking when I forget to put it out an hour before. It works like a dream.



Many Thanks
Many thanks to the people at BlogHer and at Samsung for the opportunity to 'live with' the new stove and microwave! I'm grateful!

Visit Samsung's site for more information.








Now, How Can You Win that $200 Gift Certificate to Best Buy?


UPDATE! NOVEMBER 16, 2009

THE CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED, THANKS SO MUCH TO ALL WHO ENTERED YOUR E-MAIL ADDRESSES TO ENTER THE CONTEST, I ONLY WISH I COULD MAKE ALL YOUR APPLIANCE CREAMS COME TRUE!

I USED A RANDOM NUMBER GENERATOR TO SELECT THE WINNER, THE FIRST TWO WERE DISQUALIFIED BECAUSE THEY'D ENTERED THE CONTEST BUT FAILED TO LEAVE THEIR E-MAIL ADDRESSES IN THEIR ENTRIES. THE THIRD HAS BEEN NOTIFIED AND SO LONG AS I HEAR BACK WITHIN 48 HOURS, WILL HAVE A $200 GIFT CARD HEADING HER WAY. IF NOT, I'LL SELECT ANOTHER NUMBER AND REPEAT THE PROCESS.


Chance #1
1) ENTER ONCE by leaving a COMMENT on this page
> To enter to win, leave a comment on this page. In your comment, finish this sentence, "To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a ... ". Is it an aging refrigerator? A loud washer and dryer? A tempermental oven? A leaky dishwasher? A sagging microwave? You decide!
> To be eligible, you MUST leave your e-mail address in the comment but if you like, disguise it so that a 'human' can read it but a machine cannot. For example, if your address is cookie-girl@yahoo.com, disguise it as cookie hyphen girl at yahoo dot com.
2) ENTER AGAIN via TWITTER (and leaving a separate comment here with the Twitter link and your e-mail address)
> For an extra entry, link to this page on Twitter. For the tweet to be eligible, you must leave the link to your tweet and your e-mail address in a separate comment here.
3) ENTER AGAIN by POSTING ON YOUR OWN BLOG (and leaving a separate comment here with the post's link and your e-mail address)
> For an extra entry, you may blog about this contest on your own blog. For the post to be eligible, you must link to this page in your blog post, then leave the link to your post and your e-mail address in a separate comment here.
4) The contest runs between October 15, 2009 (9am PST) and November 15 (5pm PST).
5) This contest is open to U.S. residents (so sorry, Canadian readers) at least 18 years old.
6) A random winner will be selected and notified on November 16, 2009. If I don't hear back from the winner in 48 hours, or if for some reason the winner is not eligible, I will select another winner.
7) For more information, please see the Official Rules.

Eight Total Chances to Win


Chances #2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8! - Visit BlogHer.com for links to the seven other bloggers who are reviewing Samsung appliances. Each blogger will select a winner for a $200 gift certificate from Best Buy.

 

656 comments:

  1. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a ... freezer! Ok, maybe it's not a replace... it's an addition. Most of my appliances are on the new side.. but I wish I had an extra freezer! The one in my fridge is just too small! It'd be easier to prep meals and use leftovers if I could freeze and organize them better!
    Catluke at gmail dot com

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  2. http://twitter.com/cathyluke

    catluke at gmail dot com

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  3. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is my dryer -- my old one just died.

    lahhough at cox dot net

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  4. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is my freezer. We are members of a meat CSA, and our monthly share takes up most of our tiny freezer, so I don't have any room left for stock, leftovers, etc.

    jmdr atsign mit period edu

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  5. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is an oven! Our thermostat is off so we have to adjust Christine Seeger tandcseeger at hotmail dot com

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  6. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a loud, and I mean LOUD microwave. When we run the fan for the stove, you can barely hear anyone around you. You must yell to communicate. When cooking in the microwave after the time is entered and the start button pressed, it takes another 10 seconds for it to think then actually start. It needs replaced soon. jennifer dot sciarra at gmail dot com

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  7. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is... well, is all of them an option?? :) I agree with Alanna, I would prefer to switch from my handy gas stove/oven to an electric. It seems like it would be easier to clean and better at setting and maintaining a consistent temperature. Thanks!

    acotton at cachecreek dot com.

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  8. The appliance I'd like to replace is my dishwasher, works fine but is 20+ years old and won't last forever.
    chikntrx at frontiernet dot net

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  9. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a dishwasher. Mine is quite ancient and I'd love to have a quieter, nicer model.

    parcelhome at comcast dot net

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  10. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a 15+ year old washing machine with a broken control knob.

    Thank you, Samsung for this great opportunity!

    gattamom at gmail dot com

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  11. I just got new appliances three years ago, but I could really, really use another fridge. With four kids, a CSA membership and a herd share, I need the extra space!

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  12. To make my life better. the one appliance I would like to replace is my refrigerator. The ice maker quit working suddenly and now we are dealing with ice trays. t

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  13. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a stove. An extra burner or two would really be nice.

    libbyslawson.at.gmail.dot.com

    Question, Alanna: Can you can with this stove? Some flat stovetops are not able to be used with canning pots (or do you have to get a different pot than the conventional graniteware canner?).

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  14. Libby - Yikes, can I can? I don't know, will need to check with Samsung. But I sure hope so - otherwise, yikes, yikes, yikes.

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  15. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is my dishwasher! I hate that I have to wash my dishes before I put them in the dishwasher. What's the point in that?

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  16. I'd like to replace my refrigerator with a bigger, more energy-efficient fridge.
    smeelia@gmail.com

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  17. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a deep freeze. I would like to have one that is a stand-up version.

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  18. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is my dishwasher. I have a standard, "home depot" special. I never realized how important the internal configuration of a dishwasher was until I had this one.

    socialchef at msn dot com

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  19. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is -- well, technically all. We just bought a house and inherited some pretty old appliances. We can trudge through with the tiny oven. We can bear having an inoperative convection oven. We can run extra loads of dishes because the dishwasher is tiny because, in the end, it was a widow living here for several years.

    But we can't stand the electric stovetop. Old fashioned coils that are off kilter and only work sporadically.

    ann ie kirk ham (but with no spaces) is at gmail dot com

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  20. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a refrigerator/freezer. Years ago, my wife and I shopped around and picked our own, a roomy, bottom-freezer model that we just loved! But then we moved into a condo that already had its own refrigerator/freezer. While it looks nice and works fine, the side-by-side doors and unimpressive options for adjusting the storage space inside make it far less convenient for us. Some things just don't fit! I'd love to have a fridge that does better on convenience! - ksimon47 at gmail dot com

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  21. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a new oven. Preferably one that gets super hot - so I can bake better baguettes, and so it self cleans!

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  22. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd like to replace is my fridge. Need more room in the freezer!

    candstalbott at gmail dot com

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  23. I would most like to replace a dish washer...ours is 1/2 size and is just WAY too small.

    mathbook28 at gmail dot com

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  24. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is the stove. The temperature isn't correct, the vent doesn't do the job, and I'd really like a convection and microwave option!

    volleyjoy1(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  25. I'd really like a new washer/dryer. I tend to overfill mine :) to make laundry go faster. Imagine if that is the amount I was actually suppose to be putting in!

    fireflyphotojewelry at yahoo dot com

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  26. ... a dishwasher.
    jennie dot webb at gmail dot com

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  27. To make my life easier, the appliance that I would like to replace would be . . . oh wait a deep freeze would be perfect.

    cseehausen at yahoo dot com

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  28. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a new dishwasher. Ours is 15-20 years old and in need of replacement badly.

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  29. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a new dishwasher. Ours is 15-20 years old and in need of a replacement.

    I don't follow directions well apparently so here is my email address...

    mag2020 AT hotmail DOT com

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  30. I tweeted about the blog.

    http://twitter.com/abandaudsmom

    mag2020 AT hotmail DOT com

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  31. I blogged about your giveaway.

    http://itsspelledmaguire.blogspot.com/2009/10/awesome-giveaway-to-best-buy.html

    mag2020 AT hotmail DOT com

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  32. To make my life better, the one appliance I'd most like to replace is...my stove! It's well over 15 years old. About a year ago we had to disconnect the timer that would go off at random times.
    tmlarsen at comcast dot net

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  33. I'd like a new washer and dryer that can actually get my cloth diapers clean without having to run two full cycles as I do in the mini laundromat in my building! melissadotmerrilldotleeatgmaildotcom

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  34. "To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a ... stove with burners that are hot enough to boil water and that has an oven door that closes all the way and temperature range that doesn't fluctuate by 300' per usage-that's not asking too much, is it?".
    pricklypear at frontiernet dot net

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  35. "To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a dishwasher. I spend HOURS at the sink washing dishes for my family of seven. I would love to have a dishwasher that I could make the teenagers load and unload."

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  36. ...a new dryer. I recently got a new HE washer and the next step is a more efficient dryer.
    n8urebabe at hughes dot net

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  37. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is my washer and dryer. I always try to cram as much as I can into them, which makes them not wash/dry as well. A new set would be awesome!

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  38. oops! I forgot my e-mail address, although it is in my profile.

    lesliegbarton (at) gmail (dot) com

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  39. I would love a flat-top stove. It's amazing how much of a mess I manage to make on my stovetop, and I miss the ease of simply wiping it clean. One day...

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  40. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a new upright freezer! not replace, just add. I often make double batches of dinners. i need more space so i can have more turn-around time if the menu.

    lunalissa who is at aol comma.

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  41. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd like to replace is....well, actually I've never had one....a dishwasher. Most of the time it's ok with just two of us, but whenever we have guests, or when they don't get done for a couple days -- wow! They can really get overwhelming. Hmmmm, actually our refrigerator will probably need to be replaced soon too. It's getting up there in years! LOL

    happytrax2001 at yahoo dot com

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  42. I knew my stove wasn't great, but I think you have me on what a cool stove this would be. The the warming burning idea-never heard of it before.

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  43. i would replace my fridge - the light has been out for months. willowbottom at msn dot com.

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  44. We just bought a new house, and a really nice refrigerator and washer and dryer got thrown in along the way. The range and oven are built-in to the island, which I'm super excited about. Unfortunately, we're bringing our old, worn-out microwave along, and I'd have to say...to make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is my MICROWAVE!

    Mary Kate
    My email: mkateerickson at gmail dot com

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  45. I forgot to include my email address. Sorry!

    I'd love a new washer/dryer to same me some time with laundry!

    elisasmami at gmail dot com

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  46. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most likely to replace is my barely functional dishwasher.

    emilysbarrett AT hotmail DOT com

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  47. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd like to replace is my refrigerator! I need one that works better, is a tad bigger and fits in the slot that is in my cabinets.

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  48. Having just moved into an apartment which contains my FIRST DISHWASHER OF MY VERY OWN, I have to say the last step in appliance nirvana would be a washer/dryer in my apartment. I've had washer/dryers in the building that I had to share with my neighbors, leading to "it's been two hours do I just take their wet laundry out and do mine?" dilemmas. Plus, I had to pay for it. I did the laundromat, which meant I could wash all my clothing at once but cost more and meant I had to sit there and watch it spin for an hour-and-a-half. When the laundromat near my apartment went out of business, the next closest was particularly ghetto-tastic that never fixed their machines when they broke, leading to a smaller and smaller supply the longer I went there. I would absolutely love to be able to do my apartment for free and at my leisure! One day, one day....

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  49. my life would be so much easier with a new deep freeze! our little freezer is overflowing!!!

    erinkennemer@gmail.com

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  50. I would likely change my little washer. To small for four kids and six total in the house.

    malqsa at gmail dot com

    Angie
    Michigan

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  51. i also did a twitter message about this saying "go here to win a $200 best buy gift certificate! http://tinyurl.com/ygxnw9n" at www.twitter.com/erinkennemer

    erinkennemer@gmail.com

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  52. I would replace my fridge! Oh how i would love that:) Hope i can soon.
    Khristy Parham
    mumof2grls@gmail.com

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  53. i tweeted about your post hope this works:)
    http://twitter.com/mumof2grls

    khristy Parham
    mumof2grls@gmail.com

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  54. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a dishwasher. I like to cook but don't like the cleanup!
    Would love to win the giftcard!
    harts1230 at gmail dot com

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  55. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a dishwasher. Ours is so loud.

    email is: few4th (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  56. After reading all of the things people want to replace, I have to be thankful I have many of the things they are asking for. I am not sure what I would replace, since so many of the things I have work fine--I have the flat top electric stove, I have a good microwave. I have a good fridge and stand up deep freezer. What I would LOVE to have would be a SECOND oven so I can cook at two different temperatures at the same time...AND a vent over the stove that actually vents well.

    Thanks for reading!

    happy home maker at yahoo dot com

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  57. I'd replace my dishwasher. Wait, I don't have one! That's why it would be perfect for me. I don't think we could fit the fridge in our condo, although I surely would try! :)

    becky at misspriss dot org

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  58. "To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a dishwasher. I used to have two but they got married and moved away... Actually I did have a portable one, then when we did a kitchen up-date there just wasn't room for it. I'd like to get one on those 18 inch wide ones that fits takes the place of a cabinet.

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  59. "To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a dishwasher. Several years ago I had two, then they got married and moved away... Actually
    I did have a portable one at one time. But a
    kitchen remodel left no room for it. I'd like to get one of those 18 inch ones that take the place of a cabinet.
    marshaoh1 (at) aol (dot) com

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  60. A fridge definately, there is never enough room in mine.
    bogglefan at comcast dot net

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  61. To make my life better, the one appliance I'd most like to replace is a washer. There is no end to the laundry in this house, with two boys that are attracted to dirt! LOL

    hmnygaard2 at gmail dot com

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  62. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a Dishwasher. My Dishwasher has some serious issues! It has a leak ...need I say more.
    jedoggett@embarqmail.com

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  63. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is my stove/oven or maybe my fridge or wait my dishwasher, oh I don't know.., I just moved and all my appliances in the new house stink!

    irisheyze (at) gmail dot com

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  64. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is the kitchen range (stove/oven). Mine are so hard to clean and the oven does not cook evenly at all. What I would give to have a new Samsung electric range!

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  65. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is my dishwasher - it died last May and I've still got 5 kids living at home, using way too many forks and knives and plates and cups.

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  66. ...my fridge. Some parts of mine are looking shabby, the plastic coating is peeling in the most unpleasant way.

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  67. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a rustic refrigerator!

    It would be great in this food allergy household to have an updated refrigerator/freezer to organize better and keep food fresher.

    scstout (at) gmail (dot) com

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  68. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a new dishwasher! Ours died over 3 years ago, 2 weeks after I broke my shoulder in a fall. Hubby has been helping ever since. He deserves a new dishwasher because he is my hero! katklaw777 at yahoo dot com, thanks!!!

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  69. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is our Fridge! Our fridge is actually very nice but I do not have enough room and I do not like how it is laid out. I miss our french door fridge.

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  70. http://twitter.com/misaacmom/status/4941954726 tweet

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  71. Ok - Here is my blog post. http://bloggysweeps.blogspot.com/2009/10/shop-with-alanna-samsung-makes-cooking.html


    Also, fir this entry and the previous two, my email is in my profile OR you can use misaacmom at gmail dot com/ Thanks!

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  72. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a gas stove.
    ellismom AT gmail DOT com

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  73. "To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is ...

    OK this sounds ridiculous... I don't even know if it counts but I have had so much strife with my TOASTER OVEN. Is that an appliance? Well, I have had such problems with all toasters in general that we don't do TOAST anymore... my kids haven't even had it in their lives... unless they got some from some other household. Now, isn't that a crying shame?

    knowingnorrah@gmail.com

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  74. The dryer! Our ancient model has one speed and is ridiculously loud.

    ankerfamly!@juno.com

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  75. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is my washer.

    alketamark at hotmail dot com

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  76. "To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a new dishwasher!" I'd love one that's really energy- and water-efficient!

    carmensechristjunk (at) gmail dot com

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  77. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a ...

    whole new kitchen? teeheehee...just kidding

    I think my food processor. It is so old and only works when it wants to, usually it stays stuck in "dough" mode and wont process.

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  78. tweeted

    http://twitter.com/erunuevo/status/4951351210

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  79. To make my life better, the one appliance I would like to replace is a washing machine. Ideally, I would move it out of the basement too!


    readet at wow way d'aught com

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  80. .. the dishwasher. Ours is really loud and things don't emerge clean. stef at cupcakeproject dot com

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  81. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a.. Electric Range. She is kind of getting old and it's time to retire here. She has 2 burners that don't work anymore, broke off a knob to turn on and off one of the so so working burners. She can't make up her mind whether she is going out with bang and stop working altogether or give me fits about a late dinner for the guys in this house. With the holidays coming up, I can have my Turkey done on time and use that nice warming drawer to keep my extra stuffing and veggie warm. I won't have all 10 of the grandkids hollering about when dinner is going to be ready.
    karenmed409 at comcast dot net

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  82. ...my food processor.

    bejensen AT gmail DOT com

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  83. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a...Oh, shoot. I live in an apartment and can't replace anything! But if I could and it could only be one thing, it would be the stove. I do like a gas stove and an electric oven.

    My email is wosnes at aol dot com

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  84. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd like to replace would be my gas range. Gas scares me, especially since I'm clumsy and afraid of setting myself or something else on fire.
    amberrife at yahoo dot com

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  85. To make my life better, I would love to replace my dishwasher. It does a terrible job getting our dishes clean, and I end up having to rewash tons of dishes that we put through it!
    decklededgesblog at gmail dot com

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  86. "To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a new oven, mine is 27 years old. I think as the main cook in the house, I deserve something new.

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  87. As a Canadian,I am very disappointed to see we cannot enter this contest.It might be a good idea when you post a contest on our emails to advise there if it only for US residents.

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  88. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a refrigerator. Ours is inefficient and quite drippy!

    deaconsbench(at)yahoo(dot)com.

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  89. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd like to replace is my fridge. The plastic crisper drawers and rails are shot. I even pulled out the drawers and replaced them with baskets! And water and ice in the door would be great!

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  90. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a refrigerator. Mine is old, loud, not energy efficient (runs all the time) and freezes things placed near the back wall. I'd love one that's energy efficient, slightly larger, with the freezer drawer on the bottom. Ice maker and filtered water in the door would be an excellent bonus!

    pegdaniels dot becker at gmail dot com

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  91. I'd replace our washing machine, as the handle on it broke so it's a bit tricky to open now.

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  92. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd like to replace is my range fan. It wouldn't actually be replacing it since I 've never had one!We recently had to replace 4 large appliances..washer, dryer, refrigerator and stove, all within the last year as they broke one at a time! After having to replace all these items, we have been short of cash to buy a fan. Boiling water, sauteing, using the oven, etc., all cause sooo much steam and smoke that we have to open all the windows in the kitchen! We live in Buffalo NY so in the winter that means a cold house! caroldipirro@yahoo.com Good Luck to everyone!!

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  93. To make my life better, the kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is... hmm. Well, our microwave was my husband's from college and has a dial instead of buttons, so you can't really run it for less than a minute without hovering over the thing (and getting irradiated, no doubt). But it works. Likewise our fridge - we recently moved to a new apartment, and the fridge here has too many shelves too close together and the door seal is dubious some days, but it's impossible to take the shelves out because there's a wall right there and you can't open the door more than a 90 degree angle, so you have to do contortions to get a shelf out past the door bins...

    But you know what, honestly, the real kitchen replacement necessary is for my mother-in-law. Her oven doesn't work in the summer! It just gives up on life! Our problematic appliances do, at least, work all the time - they're just a drag sometimes. Hers is straight-up non-functional.

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  94. I'm dumb! I forgot to add my email address! camille at brokenrecord.ca (but I am a US resident, I just have a Canadian domain because I started the site when living in Canada).

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  95. I'd love a new dishwasher--ours is ancient and certainly can't do wine glasses as well as the new Samsung one!

    But it's a hard choice--that fridge looks NICE... stinglemb at gmail dot com

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  96. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a refridgerator. Mine is several years old, and the icemaker no longer works.

    Thank you. Enjoyed your blog about the Samsung range and microwave. Sounds like a fun stove to work with!

    semperfimama@yahoo dot com

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  97. To make my life better, the one appliance that I'd like to replace would be my stove. It was a very basic model and is now also showing it's age. Maybe a new stove would improve my cooking!
    jresop at charter dot net

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  98. To make my life better, the kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is an oven that refuses to keep a stead tempature. A new oven would make for poofier cookies, I'm sure of it.

    Mark

    mhgatti (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  99. To make my life better,the one kitchen appliance I would like to replace is my aging refrigerator....Oh,for a more spacious, energy efficient model....buchhma at live. com

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  100. Oh I'm so envious! I am afraid that my washer is on it's last moments and $ is a little tight around here as with every where else. I would get on my knees and thank the Samsung gods for a chance at a new washing machine. The red is so cool and I'm sure it would make laundry almost fun!

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  101. "To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a ... "

    washer (and dryer too).

    I have to blare the t.v. volume if my current hand-me-down washer is running. It's unbelievably LOUD!

    bethgould @ ymail dot com

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  102. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a new stove. Our old electric stove is in horrible shape--uneven burners, uneven cooking for the oven. Such a hassle to cook on. jgeertsma at gmail dot com

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  103. oh my, what a blessing! I would love a new washer and dryer...the washer being the most wanted...they are so energy and water efficient now!!! mine uses 19 gal of water each cycle (and then you add how much soap, etc, goes into 19 gallons to actually wash)...and i do at least 2 loads a day, plus about 6 on the weekend!
    Christina
    cjtell9@gmail.com

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  104. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a washer and dryer!! Especially washer!
    Emily
    elfriedrich at sbcglobal dot net

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  105. The one kitchen appliance I'd LOVE to replace is my oven. I'd like a double oven with bread proofing function and a warming drawer. Fairy godmother are you listening? I'm here at laurel vanblarcum at sbc global dot net. Impossible! things are happening every day.

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  106. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is my stove. I cook a lot and it drives me crazy that I can't turn my burners down low enough to simmer without them going out.

    rrhkkh at yahoo dot com

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  107. To make my life better, the kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is our stove. I'ts not old or broken but I would love to go top-of-the-line just once. Ya know? - a Porsche instead of a Chevy.

    claterno at hotmail dot com

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  108. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a stove. Mine is a cheap electric that was in our place when we moved in. All the heating elements are broken so i need to throw $125 down to get new ones, but that's probably 1/4 of the price that the stove cost orginally...if that much. smonk at smonkyou dot com

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  109. I would love a new fridge mine is old and not working well. Nellana @ hotmail.com

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  110. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a washing machine! Our old one leaks badly and we can't afford to get it fixed. Thanks for this opportunity!

    surveysa at gmail dot com

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  111. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a washer and dryer. My 20+year old pair is very inefficient, but still works. If I could buy new, it would be efficient and I'd donate the oldy but goody pair to someone with none.

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  112. to make my life better the one kitchen appliance i would replace would be...how about instead of replace just to actually have a microwave. my life would be so less complicated if i could have microwave popcorn!

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  113. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is my angry, angry oven. It constantly overheats and burns things thanks to some kind of off-temperature setting, and doesn't have a self-cleaning function. Also really need to ADD a stand mixer and food processor! There are so many things I can't make without these things...

    Email: kgaines at mills dot edu.

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  114. To make my life easier, the one kitchen applicance I would most like to replace is - hard to say for sure. I think the fridge is on it's way to appliance heaven - unless the dryer or the range get there first. It's a tossup at this point

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  115. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is my small fridge/freezer. I'd love to be able to fit more in both sides!

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  116. To make MY life better, the kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace has got to be the washer. My washer and dryer were here when I moved in, and I've wanted to replace them both since then . . . but I "had" to replace the fridge, the stove and the dishwasher first.

    Email: darksideofthefridge AT gmail DOT com

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  117. The Range Electric (FTQ387LWGX)is what I wish for. I need something like this to entice me to cook something. The surface looks so easy to clean and keep clean.

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  118. To make my life better the appliance I would most like to replace is our wall oven and cooktop. The cooktop does not work well, and the oven is very small.


    wanita at odfamily dot com

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  119. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a washing machine. Mine is 13 years old and way too small for my family! Of course, I would need a new dryer to go with it - my dryer is 13 years old too!

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  120. To Make my life better, the 1 kitchen appliance I would need 2 replace is my refrigerator. it is leaking inside
    pkbailey@charter.net

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  121. Wow this is timely because everything seems to be falling apart in my house, lol.

    To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is the refrigerator. The freezer seems to be slowly dying and I'm just fearing going to buy a new one.

    Thanks so much.
    Lisa

    lisa_july_99 at hotmail dot com

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  122. Wow, this is timely because everything in my house seems to be falling apart.

    To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is my refrigerator. the freezer seems to be slowly dying and I'm dreading just having to look for a new one.

    thanks so much
    Lisa

    lisa_july_99 at hotmail dot com

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  123. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is my dishwasher. It's a 12 year old hand-me-down from my husband's uncle. I would love to own my very own brand spanking and shiny new dishwasher!

    andreapaetkau at gmail dot com

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  124. Tweeted! http://twitter.com/ampaetka/status/5060687817

    andreapaetkau at gmail dot com

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  125. my stove, I actully bought the house i grew up in and the stove was here before i was even thought of, so lets just say its had its fair share of cooking dinners.:) Good luck to all
    mdy0608 at hotmail dot com

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  126. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a tiny portable dishwasher.

    christinaduffy at gmail dot com

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  127. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd like (love??) to replace is my microwave. Ours is old and discolored.

    ngc4842at gmail dot com

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  128. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a washing machine. Ugh -- mine is terrible! I swear, clothes go in cleaner than they come out. I've been wanting to replace the washing machine for ages and this gift card would help me do that!

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  129. For that last comment, my email is felicehalf at yahoo dot com. Sorry!

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  130. I NEED to replace my oven!!! When I moved in to my house the one I had didnt work and I had no more money to get a good one. I thought I was getting a cheep and cheerful one but all I gout was a cheep one!!

    Tiffany
    tburgi@aol.com

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  131. I'd love a new dishwasher. Mine doesn't always work and I have to ask my husband to "fix" it. :) applebabe@rocketmail.com

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  132. To make my life a heck of alot easier, I'd love a newer kitchen aide! Mine is over 40 years old and its a hand-me-down. I love that it still works, but it doesn't have all the bells and whistles the new ones have!

    ~Lacey Evans
    shoelace4ever@yahoo.com

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  133. To make my life better, the one appliance I'd most like to replace is a new microwave, we needed to get one before we moved in, and only had a week to do it... so we got one on the mother in laws home depot card but we all know.." make sure you dont spend more then..." Would love to get the gift card, especially b/c x-mas is coming and my 5 yr old son is becoming that little man who looves electronics! And cant really afford as i would like too...
    Heather Dombrowski
    oxoxplayfulloxox@aol.com

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  134. aging refrigerator. It has really seen its better days. I am just waiting for it to die on us. You are so very lucky to have been chosen to try out some of Samsung's appliances. Glad that you're enjoying them so much!

    cwfrench at bellsouth dot net

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  135. Ah man, do I have to choose just one that I want/need?!?!?! To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is an electric range. The one I've used for the past 11 years is now almost 31 years old and every dish I cook in the oven is a gamble as to time and temp. I HATE IT!!!
    christinew at email dot com

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  136. "To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a ..Stove! I have never tried gas, but this looks like a dream! And I am so tired of cleaning my stovetop, the glass would be fabulous!

    katrynkaATgmailDOTcom

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  137. A dishwasher would be a nice addition, as mine is taking a slow death right now!

    jessicadairy AT gmail DOT com

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  138. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is the refrigerator. ours is on the fritz. and doesn't work properly most of the time.

    pungohgurl at gmail dot com

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  139. I tweeted about this giveaway. @sarahmhalstead

    http://twitter.com/sarahmhalstead/status/5115133395

    pungohgurl at gmail dot com

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  140. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a toss up between a dishwasher and a microwave both of which are about twenty years old and need to be replaced.
    nhall99-swp at yahoo dot com

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  141. my frig its old and tired and i'd love to try a new color
    mverno@roadrunner.com

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  142. cdziuba@aol.com To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is an antique refrigerator! The lights don't even work, we can never see what's in there!

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  143. cdziuba@aol.com blogged http://ceeceeblogger.blogspot.com/2009/10/shop-with-alanna-samsung-review.html

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  144. cdziuba@aol.com tweeted http://twitter.com/cdziuba/status/5121183538

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  145. Tweeted http://twitter.com/eyzofblu63/status/5122055370
    iheartsweeping@aol.com

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  146. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a dishwasher so I don't have to keep washing everything on the pots and pans cycle.

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  147. ooops! my email address is radiantone7 at gmail dot com.

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  148. my ear-splittingly loud dishwasher!

    roblyn66 at yahoo dot com

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  149. The appliance I would most like to replace is my very old, non-energy efficient refrigerator!
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
    hurdler4eva(at)gmail(dot)com

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  150. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a microwave...our 4 year old burnt some popcorn in ours about 6 months ago and it hasn't been the same since! LOL!

    christinashaw at gmail dot com

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  151. To make mylife easier, the one kitchen appliance I would like to replace is our very loud dishwasher. Our kitcehnis open to the family room where we gather as a family and with friends when they are visiting. The dishwasher is very distracting when it is running. I would love a quieter one.
    kabarrow1 at yahoo dot com

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  152. A front load washer/dryer would be from heaven!

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  153. Posted about it on my blog, too!

    http://christinashaw.com/blog//blog2.php/2009/10/24/bloghers-put-samsung-home-appliances-to-the-test-and-give-you-8-chances-to-win-a-200-bestbuy-gift-card

    christinashaw at gmail dot com

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  154. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a microwave. Our current microwave is terrible, and only works about half the time. I really like Samsung's SMH9187ST.

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  155. I would replace my range. jennifer dot maham at gmail dot com

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  156. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a tempermental oven.
    dawn0124 AT optonline DOT net

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  157. The appliance I would most like to replace is my electric stove from the early 90's. It has three small burners and a broken large one. So annoying trying to cook a huge pot on a small burner.
    brownfamilyfive (at) verizon (dot) net

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  158. Samsung makes such awesome stuff!!! Love their products!! I could totally use a new washer and dryer. I have baby #1 on the way in December and our w/d is sooooooo old! It takes forever to dry things.

    stoopidgerletsy@yahoo.com

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  159. To make my life better, the one appliance I'd most like to replace is the washing machine. With 3 kids, I’m CONSTANTLY doing laundry.

    mami2jcn at gmail dot com

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  160. To make my life easier, I would replace my stove. Half of the burners don't work and it is looking pretty rough.

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  161. I blogged about this:

    http://grand-giveaways.blogspot.com/2009/10/best-buy-200-gift-card-giveaway.html

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  162. A Samsung refrigerator would be nice to prepare meals in advance and have lots of room for storage.

    mfalcon13 (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  163. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a dishwasher. My current one is at least 15 years old, is SUPER loud and not big enough, thanks.

    kport207 at gmail dot com

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  164. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a new stove. My oven went out and I'm using a toaster oven. No fun by any means.

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  167. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a new Fridge. Mine is so old, and litterally falling apart! Thanks for the great giveaway!
    hawkgirl_16{at}hotmail{dot}com

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  168. Tweeted it too!

    http://twitter.com/mom2anutball/status/5128008806

    hawkgirl_16{at}hotmail{dot}com

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  169. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a new refrigerator!!

    jmparris@cableone.net

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  170. To make my life better I would like a new frig, mine is not big enough and it doesn't keep anything cold anymore!

    emtstacey (at)live.com

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  171. -slowly deteriorating washer and dryer. When I have to use "tricks" to get clothes clean, something's very wrong. :P

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  172. We could definitely use a washer and dryer, but in our apartment we are not allowed to get new appliances (unless we want to leave them here when we move out)... so I can't wait to buy my very own appliances we when move into our new house.

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  173. To make my life better the one kitchen appliance I would replace is our fridge!!!! We have gotten so used to the fact that our fridge does not have a handle that it surprises me when people come over and ask how to open our fridge. The interior is still in good shape but the outside has so many dents and spots that it is just an eyesore in the kitchen!

    my e-mail is sbengt610 at aol dot com

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  174. I would love a dishwasher that would actually wash dishes!!!

    ajcmeyer at go dot com

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  175. The kitchen appliance that I need to replace is a stove that is 33 years old!!
    rachel70802002@yahoo.com

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  176. I'm actually entering for my twin sister! We recently lost our grandmother (who lived in the apartment below my parents) and my sister moved in. Needless to say, Granny hadn't done much work to the apartment the last 10-15 years so my sister now has a REALLY old fridge and NO dishwasher! I'd love to win this and help her buy one of those appliances! Thanks so much for the chance!
    meredith.hellen@gmail.com

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  177. davesbarr@yahoo.com

    I want a new fridge

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  178. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is my dish washer. Currently my "dishwasher" is my 2 hands. I would love to own a REAL one :)

    ahellen@gmail.com

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  179. Tweeted: http://twitter.com/Merri617/status/5129974590
    meredith.hellen@gmail.com

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  180. 2nd entry via twitter

    http://twitter.com/IHeartCupcakes5/status/5130299589


    ahellen@Gmail.com

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  181. "To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a fridge, need more storage space.

    mtasnyder@netzero.net

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  182. I have to make a choice? To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a ... dryer. Its loud and an energy hog.
    ptjob111333@yahoo.com
    joe h

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  183. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a dryer since its both noisy and energy inefficient.
    ptjob111333@yahoo.com
    joe h

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  184. our family would love a new dishwasher! jengallahar@bellsouth.net

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  185. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is the washer and dryer! I would LOVE the washer and dryer! I'm expecting a baby in February and we all know how much dirty laundry and baby can create in seconds!

    email jess.r.shearer at gmail dot com

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  186. "To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is my stinky dishwasher!"
    rmelton[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  187. The one kitchen appliance I would replace would be my tiny portable dishwasher. It was great when it was two of us but three kids later it is on its last legs. I am queenesperfect at yahoo.com

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  188. "To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a our old and very small fridge." Our fridge is really not the best for a growing family who loves to cook. Thanks so much.
    rickpeggysmith (at) aol (dot) com

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  189. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is the dishwasher. The dishwasher is right off the family room and when it runs it runs and it can be heard, but the TV can't!

    email: ctazie at aol dot come

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  190. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is my refrigerator because the one I have now always freezes our food.
    austma7@aol.com

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  191. I tweeted about this on twitter!

    flychild7 check this out! Win a best buy card! http://bit.ly/UqpDu


    email: ctazie at aol dot com

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  192. I really need a new dishwasher. Ours makes a horrible noise at the end of the wash and leaks all over the floor

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  193. Samsung french door refrigerator,Our fridge is on its' last legs and with two kids, we need a nice big fridge.

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  194. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a refrigerator. Mine has been leaking off and on for some time. Loved reading about the features of this range and microwave though ... the range will be next at my house.

    glutenfreeeasily @ gmail.com

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  195. I would replace my dishwasher! ugh its horrible and they are so expensive! this would be great!!

    vanitizebaby@yahoo.com

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  196. tweet

    http://twitter.com/MeandBells/status/5133681884

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  197. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is our 20 yr. old stove! It is slowly dying and I love to bake and cook. The oven temp is always off by 40-75 degrees depending on it's mood of the day. Can't tell you all the mishaps of undercooked or burnt due to the oven changing temps!

    daljhardwick at juno dot com

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  198. A microwave. We really do need a new one!writer61@yahoo.com

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  199. To make my life better, the one kitchen appliance I'd most like to replace is a new washing machine to keep up with all of our family's clothes! My is just too old and small.

    candaceotto32 at yahoo dot com

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