No need to flip out, but we have some exciting news from Our Place.
Introducing the Flipping Platter ($50) — here to turn your cooking game 180 degrees. The ceramic platter is made for any dish that needs to be flipped upside-down, which can be a nightmare when it comes to slipping and spilling.
“The perfect flipping platter didn’t exist, so we created it. Meet the world’s first platter designed for flipping tahdig, maqluba, concón, and every other delicious recipe that calls for a 180 degrees,” reads the product description. “It nests easily onto your Always Pan or Perfect Pot and is a must-have add-on to up your cooking game.”
You can also use the platter for baked goods like a pineapple upside-down cake or even things like pancakes, crepes or Dutch babies, the options are really endless. The Flipping Platter currently comes in two colors to match the pot and pan — Spice pink and a new beige Chickpea color that was sold out at time of publication.
The celebration doesn’t stop here, though, as Our Place wants to help celebrate the upcoming Lunar New Year, which is the Year of the Tiger. In line with the traditions of many Asian cultures that celebrate the Lunar New Year, Our Place is giving away a free set of lucky red envelopes to anyone who purchases an Always Pan and Perfect Pot. They are designed with a tiger on the front and used to give money to loved ones and relatives for a lucky and prosperous New Year.
“It’s tradition during Lunar New Year to gift loved ones with little red envelopes full of money as a symbol of good luck and fortune. In honor of this custom, Our Place will tuck a set of 6 limited-edition lucky red envelope — beautifully designed for us by Chinese artist Vanilla Chi, with a nod to the Year of the Tiger — into each Always Pan or Perfect Pot order, for free,” reads the press release.
This promotion will only last as long as the envelopes are still in stock, so the time to shop is now. Plus, then you can use the Always Pan and the Spruce Steamer Basket for perfect dumplings and Fat Goh (Chinese steamed brown sugar cakes) for your Lunar New Year feast.
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