Giveaway: Mandoline Slicer by Edgeware

**This giveaway is now closed. Check back on Sunday for the winner!**

Welcome back to Home for the Holidays! We’ve got 15 giveaways across the entire network this week — all great gift ideas, perfect for the season.

First I gave away a food processor, and in keeping with the super-useful tools and equipment theme, I’m excited to bring you my next giveaway item…

Yep, today you could win a sleek and sturdy Mandoline Slicer made by Edgeware! Valued at $179, this mandoline is a precision tool for uniformly slicing all manner of vegetables and fruits.

With my growing family, I’m always looking for ways to speed up my vegetable prep. With my Edgeware mandoline, tasks such as slicing apples thinly for apple chips or sweet potatoes for oven fries are done in a snap. Zucchini can easily be cut in long strips for grilling, corn shucked off the cob, and carrots shredded to make meal prep even easier.

The mandolin slicer has an easy set precision adjustment mechanism that allows you to cut foods at an infinite range of thicknesses –from paper-thin to 9.5 mm with the simple turn of a knob. There’s nothing to fiddle-faddle with and the slicer is quick to disassemble and wipe down.

Awesome features include:

  • V-blade made from Stainless Steel
  • 3 Julienne Blades (4mm, 7mm, 10mm)
  • 1 Wavy Blade
  • Safety Grip Food Holder
  • Dishwasher Safe ( Hand wash V Blade)

I used a mandoline for years in professional kitchens and now, thanks to Edgeware, am able to speed through my home kitchen prep just like the good old days.

Edgeware branded kitchen tools collection are made by Smith’s, the leading creator of quality knife sharpeners. Edgeware was created for home cooks and cooking enthusiast looking for superior products with innovative designs offered at the best value possible. Thanks to their consistent quality products, I recommend liking Edgeware on Facebook to keep up with promotions and product news.

One Simple Bites reader will win a Mandoline Slicer made by Edgeware!

**This giveaway is now closed. Check back on Sunday for the winner!**

How to win

Everyone has two chances to win. Here’s how:

1. Comment on this post, answering this question: Home fries or apple chips: what will you make first with your mandoline?

2. For an extra entry, follow both @simplebites and @SmithsEdgeware on Twitter, and tweet about this giveaway. Make sure you include both our Twitter handles and this post’s URL. Your tweet can be something like this:

Win a Mandoline Slicer from @SmithsEdgeware on @simplebites! #Giveaway

This giveaway will end Thursday, December 1 at 11:59 p.m. I hope you win! We’ll announce the winners of all the holiday giveaways at the end of the week.

About Aimee

Cooking has always been Aimée's preferred recreational activity, creative outlet, and source of relaxation. After nearly ten years in the professional cooking industry, she went from restaurant to RSS by trading her tongs and clogs for cookie cutters and a laptop, serving as editor here at Simple Bites. Her first book, Brown Eggs and Jam Jars - Family Recipes from the Kitchen of Simple Bites, was published in February 2015.

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  1. I would actually like to try both but would do the fries first.

  2. Would have to go with the home fries for me and the apples for the kids!! Have seen this used and it is a great addition to your kitchen. Checkout their sharpeners as well..

  3. I’m such a sucker for kitchen gadgets. This looks really nice!

  4. Erin Swenson-Klatt says

    Making grilled cheese sandwiches this weekend for 60 people and would not mind having a mandoline for slicing the fennel and onions (for caramelizing)…

  5. DEFINITELY apple chips! I have a recipe for apple nachos, top with drizzles caramel, chocolate and peanuts! yummy!

  6. apple chips, I still have some leftover from apple picking

  7. kathy diamond says

    home fries….can never have enough potatoes!

  8. Home fries!!! Mmmmmm yummy in my tummy!

  9. Becca from It's Yummilicious says

    I’ve never made apple chips… I’d love to try! Thanks for the great giveaway!

  10. Becca from It's Yummilicious says

    I Tweeted on 12/1/11 at 10:38am CST

  11. Home fries would be a real possibility. Carrot slices for stew could happen as well.

  12. I’ll make home fries first–with sweet potatoes!

  13. Andrea Boren says

    I just found a recipe for apple chips that picky eater Ms. Alli might munch on. If not, new work snack for Mommy. Thanks for the giveaway 🙂

  14. A raw root vegetable salad would be the first dish on my list.

  15. apple chips! yuuuuum!!!

  16. I’m in a savory mood so home fries wins out!

  17. Fries for sure! Looks fantastic!

  18. I would make apple chips first. I have wanted a mandoline slicer forever and this one looks fantastic! Thanks for the giveaway 🙂

  19. I tweeted the giveaway @mypinkmixerblog

  20. Home fries!

  21. Laurie Stickney says

    Oh there are so many things I could make! Probably the first thing would be something potato-based, like scalloped potatoes. 🙂

  22. What an awesome giveaway!!! I’ve tweeted and shared on FB.Apple chips seem great!!

  23. Home fries and apple chips!

  24. would like to say apple chips! but…

    definitely home fries:)

  25. Definitely home fries!

  26. Kelly Gehle says

    Home fries! Then apple chips, hmmm maybe some beet chips, I love beets. I’ve always wanted a mandoline, there are so many things you can do with them!

  27. Home fries!

  28. Following both @simplebites and @SmithsEdgeware on Twitter, and tweeted about this giveaway (@dianev7)

  29. Maggie Horn says

    I’ve never made apple chips so I’d love to try them!

  30. Home fires, for sure! Yum!

  31. home fries, natch!

  32. OOOhhhh..that is a toughy! I guess home fries. But if my daughter was home, we would make apple slices! 😉

  33. Home fries – we all love those and they can be tedious to slice by hand. But I’ve never made apple chips and would probably do that, too.

  34. Home fries – we all love those and they can be tedious to slice by hand. But I’ve never made apple chips and I’d probably do that, too.

  35. Apple Chips…my son loves apples!! 🙂

  36. Maria Ramm says

    I would love to julienne some vegetables, zucchini or carrots. they look so appetizing done on a madoline

  37. Heather Moll says

    w0w, that is such a cool slicer. i’d probably slice up some carrots first.

  38. sweet potato home fries

  39. Candice Wise says

    I think apple chips with cinnamon sprinkled on top would be fantastic

  40. Home Fries First THEN Apple Chips. OR how about together! Mmmm. Sounds so good to me!

  41. Katie Adams says

    Sweet potato fries with cumin, salt, and cayenne pepper. Yum!

  42. Home fries, without a doubt. I am a potato head.

  43. LOVE apple chips!

  44. Ooo I would probably make home fries first. I love a comforting breakfast 🙂

  45. Seems the wrong time of year for apple chips – I’d rather do those in the fall. So home fries it is!!

  46. boolie sluka says

    Definitely apple chips! We’re not huge potato people in my house although I do have a bag of potatoes from my winter farm share that would love to be friends with this tool!

  47. Apple chips for sure!!

  48. I tried to make apple chips this year, with slicing them, and could never get them thin enough! This would really help that problem…

  49. Sweet potato home fries! My toddler son is a huge carb man and loves anything potatoes!