The Perfect Mother’s Day Gift

  1. JE says:

    Why would I want cookware for Mother’s Day?

  2. Mary says:

    Very pretty pan. I have learned through out the years what works for me and my family. When I got married, my husband and I purchased a farberware Stainless cook ware set. I still have all of the set . It has been the best possible set I could have purchased. It still looks beautiful to day as looked when we first got it 46 years ago. The second pan we purchased was a Lodge cast iron fry pan and later we purchased a cast iron Dutch oven. No need for any other pans. One other thing, you need to properly clean and maintain your cook ware no matter what you purchase.

    • Beth Djalali says:

      having the right tools whether in the kitchen or in the yard is an absolute must! love the Always Pan and Perfect Pot because clean up is easy peasey.

  3. Arna says:

    My daughter gave us the Always Pan for Christmas. (She already had one.) We love it! When I saw the sale (posted by another blogger I follow), I asked my daughter if she wanted the pot. She said yes, and I ordered her and me one. They are arriving today. Cannot wait to try the pot.

  4. Janet says:

    I had to laugh out loud at the first comment. I, too, would feel hugely disappointed opening a pot or a pan as a Mother’s Day gift. It is just tone-deaf—right up there with a vacuum cleaner! But I appreciate that you are promoting the product and your sponsor, Our Place, and want to get the word out.

    • Beth Djalali says:

      tone-deaf only if you think cooking is a drudge. but from all the popular food blogs and a-ma-zing cookbooks i think it’s fair to say many of us not only like to cook but love to cook. and i have to admit my Dyson vacuum cleaner was one of my most favorite Christmas gifts. ha!

      • mary Lymberopoulos says:

        I agree with Janet. Give your Mother household gifts any day of the year not Mother’s Day, unless you also add a special, loving personal gift.

    • Kate says:

      First I want to thank you for all the hard work you share at Style at a Certain Age. Your blog is head and shoulders above the rest. I’ve even seen some bloggers try to mimic you!

      I’m a long time reader but first time commenting. I’ve been lurking in the background all these years. But I was struck by the snarkey comments you receive and your gracious replies. For the life of me I don’t understand why women have to criticize an outfit you’re wearing, rudely pick apart your body, or tell you you are tone deaf when it comes to sharing an amazing piece of cookware.

      Jeez, Janet, your husband and children must live in fear of buying you the wrong gift! Isn’t gift giving all about the thought behind the gift? Guess I was wrong about that one. I’ll have to train the hubs to step in line just like you have! Get a grip! It’s a pan for God’s sake!

      I loved reading about the Always Pan and put one in my cart. Thanks, again, Beth for all your hard work.

  5. Pam Mannarelli says:

    Glad to see these AMAZING pans here on your site! I asked for & received the Perfect Pot for Christmas and was so excited! Cooking is a big deal for me and my Italian family. With these pans I’m able to prepare healthier meals using less olive oil for the cooking process yet can still add it afterwards so not sacrificing any flavor. It’s a win win for me! And the clean up? No need to soak & scrub, just wipe, rinse & dry.
    We all have our cookware preferences but I was glad I tried something that has aided me in my meal preparation.
    Thank you, Beth, for sharing this innovative product!

  6. Karen Ziegler says:

    Hi Beth the pans look great. I’m sure they would make a great gift. I was wondering where you got the raspberry and green sweaters. Thanks Karen Z.

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