Friday, 22 September 2017

Single Serve Steamer Pots giveaway


When you are often cooking for one it's nice to have containers that you can cook one portion in. The Tomorrow's kitchen single serve steamer pots are ideal for cooking small portions. The borosilicate glass bowl with a silicon lid is designed to steam one portion of vegetable, meat, fish or poultry. The special silicon lid can be lifted to draining position to drain out any access water and then the lid can be removed and the bowl can be taken straight to the table as it doubles up as a serving dish too. The bowl is microwave, oven and dishwasher safe too.


The glass bowls are are made from tempered glass and help to preserve nutrition and flavour. The pots can be used for storing fruits and left overs too. They retail at 10.99 each and come in two colours grey and green. You can get these from Lakeland, Tomorrows world website and on Amazon too.

As always I love my readers to try out products, I use in my kitchen. I have two steamers to give away to one lucky simplyfood winner.





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153 comments:

  1. Tefal pots and pans

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  2. I'm afraid I'm guilty of using old plastic takeaway containers for storing leftovers and for reheating in the microwave. This steamer pot is definitely nicer than anything I currently have.

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  3. I wish I could say something fancy but unfortunately I have horrible old takeaway ones!

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  4. all sorts accumulated over the years, plastic microwave pots, glass bowls, china bowls, all sorts!

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  5. All sorts from Le Creuset to empty ice cream tubs - I'm not proud. Whatever's the right size and clean when I need it.

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  6. I cook from scratch every day due to family allergies so I have stainless steel pots, a stainless steel steamer, frying pans, le Creuset, but these steamer pots would be wonderful and enable me to cook something separately that another family member is allergic to.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  7. generally casserole and pie dishes

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  8. Got an old Le Creuset, it's brill!

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  9. Plastic containers too. Got mine from Woolworth when I bought my house 23 years ago! I also use old ice cream tubs etc

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  10. variety of pots such as glass dishes, enamel plates microwave dishes

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  11. I use mainly wok as I cook Chinese.

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  12. Pie dishes & small oven dishes as there is only one of me :) x

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  13. Rubbish old ones I've had since my student days!

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  14. Use the pan of my pressure cooker a lot x

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  15. I use earthenware pots as they make casseroles taste fabulous

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  16. I use Earthenware pots as they make casseroles taste great!

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  17. mine are dry food storage containers from ikea; http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/cookware/food-storage-organising/ikea-365-dry-food-jar-with-lid-transparent-white-art-90066708/

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  18. I have a variety of pots, 2 Le Crueset ones, skillet pans and pyrex too

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  19. Anything that comes to hand, yogurt pots, takeaway containers

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  20. Pyrex glass dishes and cruesett for special occassions

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  21. The Woolworths ones that I bought when I first went to Uni.

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  22. I'm guilty of using anything that's available to hand and certainly don't have anything quite as nice as these steamers they really are lovely :)

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  23. Le Creuset and Tefal.

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  24. stainless steel pots because I burn everything

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  25. i use whatever is left from my Chinese takeaway, and what i end up keeping from the mother in laws when she puts my Sunday dinner in pots.

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  26. we use plastic tubs but we are forever buying new ones as the lids keep going missing

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  27. Old tupperware type pots

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  28. A real mix built up over the years.

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  29. A real mixed bag of plastic bowls, some glass, some terracotta.....

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  30. Great Idea! I have such old Tupperware in the cupboard that my Mum gave me when I went to uni......nearly 20 years ago!

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  31. All sorts - stainless steel saucepans, Tefal frying pans, lots of le creuset style pots (prefer not to use plastic to cook)

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  32. We use a mixture, got some joseph joseph stuff but then also got some of wilkos stuff

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  33. Usualy non stick pans and plastic storage tubs for leftovers.

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  34. We have a very random mixture of pots and pans that has built up over years.

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  35. Cheapo own-brand ones, I'd love some decent ones!

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  36. i use a good old copper pan ive had for years but hes getting old now x

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  37. We use takeaway pots anything we can get our hands on!

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  38. mostly old ones. if i do have to buy new ones, i buy expensive though, so they'll last

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  39. Lots of odds and sods accumulated over 48 years of married bliss! I did however buy a matching set of good quality pans when I had a new kitchen a few years ago.

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  40. Sarah Taylor-Fergusson25 September 2017 at 10:36

    A collection of things my kitchenaholic sister-in-law no longer needed, plus I bought a small saucepan from the Sainsbury Taste The Difference range, which is excellent.

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  41. I use a standard non-stick saucepan and a large stainless steel pot when I make chilli

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  42. i use a lot of Pyrex dishes for everything!

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  43. I get mine from those shops were everything is a pound or I use pots that once had other items in them. Sometimes I buy a special container to display the contents

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  44. I use heavy bottomed stainless steel pots for cooking. ALso have a vintage cast iron le crueset frying pan, and a decent light wok.

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  45. I generally use plastic tubs as well and they are from my uni days. I have to say the single serve steamer pots look fab x

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  46. Tefal pots and pans. And some traditional copper pans passed on by my mother.

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  47. stainless steel

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  48. All kinds, mostly given to me by my mum

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  49. I have a bit of a mixture, some are pyrex

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  50. Plastic tubs or foil trays with lids x

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  51. We use very old stainless steel pots

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  52. I love the look of these - so practical!

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  53. I use different makes of pans that I've found at charity shops and like pyrex dishes that I use in the microwave and oven

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  54. Glass/Pyrex dishes with plastic lids

    - Anthony

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  55. Steel, plastic and glass pots! we have a mixture!

    @Kellycloggs

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  56. We use old pans too. My favourite is my omelette 8 inch frying pan.

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  57. All sorts! Some very old plastic microwave pots that are falling apart, and then a motley assortment of old steel pans..etc!

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  58. Lots of different containers for storage to microwave things in. Non stick pans.

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  59. Standard non stick from sainsburys

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  60. My plastic tubs from Woolworths (rip)

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  61. I tend to have loads of random containers pots etc

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  62. I have a mixture of allsorts - pyrex, plastic and metal.

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  63. all sorts of plastic pots that can be used in the microwave and for leftovers in the fridge

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  64. I use anything I pick up from the charity shop or sometimes in retail store sales.

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  65. allsorts for me !

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  66. My favorite are my staub cast iron.

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  67. I use a variety of different pots. Cheap and cheerful from the supermarket or charity shops.

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  68. It just depends. I have Le Creuset pie dishes, but I use big plastic containers for bread making. I have ceramic steamed pie dishes, and tin pie dishes. I use them all.

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  69. Tefal, glass, pot, whatever was cheap and is the right size!

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  70. I mostly use steel, but have some porcelain baking dishes.

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  71. I have a mixture of everything! I have some tin, some ceramic and some plastic - each I have a favourite use for i.e. the ceramic for pasta bakes.

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  72. mixture of stainless steel and plastic

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  73. A variety of saucepans including a Flavourstone pan.

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  74. All sorts of things, nothing matches

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  75. a bit of a mixture, mainly steel though x

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  76. I use lots of Tupperware tubs lovely competition

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  77. All sorts- wish I had matching

    KATHY D

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  78. I have all sorts but mostly steel pans

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  79. Some really good plastic clip ones, my mum got them me as she was sick of me pinching hers

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  80. cheap and cheerful

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  81. It is normally non stick saucepans and plastic containers for extras

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  82. Non stick pans and plastic containers for extras

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  83. Old tupperware at the moment, they are past their sell by date now

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  84. I have different ones, that I have got over time

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  85. We mainly use cheap plastic tubs.

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  86. Good old Tupperware ones...years old !!

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  87. We use some cheap Argos ones that have been going for a while!

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  88. Mine are a mixture of pans but I do use glass bowls alot x

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  89. I am also guilty of using plastic takeaway tubs..

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  90. I have to admit I don't steam . I have three saucepans I boil with that are over 16 years old that I had as a wedding present (long divorced ) and are really fit for bin lol I also have a slow cooker , that's it!! These would be very appreciated x

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  91. stainless steel and glass pyrex

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  92. steel cheap ones and inherited fancy ones!

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  93. We have a set of Tefal pans at the minute, going to need replacing soon though.

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  94. Joseph Joseph storage nest, pyrex dishes and steel cookware

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  95. We use standard tupperware that I can't break!

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  96. Stainless steel - had them ages.

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  97. Glass dishes and steel pans. MichelleD

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  98. A mixture of different sizes and styles that have been collected over the years

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  99. Claire Elizabeth Noke11 October 2017 at 20:30

    Stainless steel pots and pans at the moment.

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  100. Mainly ones that are old and don't match. None of the lids fit anything, we cover them with plastic wrap.

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  101. i have some from a charity shop do the job

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  102. A mixture! We have a little bit of anything and everything in our house x

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  103. Any plastic container that comes with a lid :D

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