Win an Anova Precision Cooker for the Holidays

We're offering you the chance to nab a sweet piece of smart-cooking tech to help you through the holidays (or to give as a great gift). The prize is crafted by Anova, a leader in the growing trend of sous vide. A sous-vide cooker handles the guesswork and skill you need to cook your food evenly throughout, from edge to edge.

Once you set the device to the desired temperature, you can forget about your steak, ham, seafood, poultry, potatoes, and vegetables. Your food is safe, sealed in a plastic bag and submerged in circulating hot water kept at that precise temperature until you're ready for dinner. Repeat: Until you're ready for dinner.

That's why Chowhound and CNET are joining forces this Thanksgiving to give away five Anova Precision Cookers, worth $167 each. Yep, that's right.

To learn more about how a sous-vide cooker can keep you sane while you cook holiday meals, read our article with tips, product comparisons, and sous-vide holiday recipes. To read more about the Anova Precision Cooker + Bluetooth Wifi specifically, read CNET's review.

This is what you need to do to win one of these bad boys:

  • Enter by 11:59 p.m. Pacific Time Dec. 1 (2:59 a.m. Eastern Time, Dec. 2).
  • Read and agree to our rules, terms, and conditions.
  • Be a legal resident of the US, Puerto Rico, or Canada.
  • Accept subscriptions to our newsletters: CNET Insider, CNET Smart Home & Appliances, How-To, and Chowhound. (You can unsubscribe at any time.)

That is it! Now all you have to do is fill out the form below:

Remember: You can increase your chances of winning with each friend who enters this sweepstakes by using your unique link.

 

Amy Sowder is a NYC-based food and fitness writer as well as the assistant editor for Chowhound. She loves cheesy things, especially toasties and puns. She's trying to like mushrooms. Her running habit is the excuse for her never-ending ice cream pursuits. Follow her on Instagram, Twitter, and her blog, What Do I Eat Now. Learn more at AmySowder.com.

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