Is the smell of burnt toast part of your morning routine? With a hair dryer in one hand and makeup brush in the other, perfectly toasted bread is the one multitasking hack us women haven’t quite mastered. Not only does it spoil your breakfast, make you late and possibly give you cancer, but also (if you’re anything like me), it’s like setting fire to $10 for every organic, gluten-free, sprouted seed slice.
But before you go jumping on the muesli train, we’ve found a solution: Kenwood’s Persona Glass Toaster.
It has a toughened glass panel so you can watch your bread through every shade of brown; it’s a window to your burnt toast nightmares. Plus, it has five browning levels and extra large slots to accommodate for baguettes, bagels and even your sweet potato slices. It’s a beautifully crafted, stainless steel toaster with a sleek, Scandinavian design, that’ll complement any kitchen.
We have seven to giveaway, along with its partner in culinary crime: the Kenwood Persona Glass Kettle.
A stylish, stainless steel kettle, it holds 1.7 litres and has a one cup feature to save energy and time. Not only does it pair perfectly with the toaster (there’s nothing like mismatching appliances to ruin a kitchen), but also its glass body allows you to monitor cleanliness and prepare for the whistle. Plus, it has a mesh filter that traps lime scale and removes for easy cleaning – apparently we should be descaling our beloved boiler once a month.
So if you’re a tea and toast fiend, have recently moved house or are in need of a kitchen revamp, get your hands on the Kenwood Persona Glass Breakfast Collection – we have seven up for grabs.
1 x Kenwood Persona Glass Toaster (RRP $189.00)
1 x Kenwood Persona Glass Kettle (RRP $189.00)
If you want to be in the draw to with the stylish Kenwood Collection, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, date of birth and postcode. Entries close 5pm September 16, and all successful applicants will be notified via email before September 23, 2016. Please note, only Australian residents currently residing in Australia are eligible for entry.