9/20/12


Who doesn't love a home cooked meal? As Canadians we live in a world with a rich culinary heritage - traditional plates from around the world feeding our hungry bellies. As delicious as home made mac and cheese, creme brulee or risotto is, the clean up is the part we loathe.

Cooked on particles left over on the dishes need soaking and scrubbing - with a one sink kitchen like mine with no counter space, having dishes sitting around waiting is not ideal. Cooked on messes can deter even the most seasoned home chef!

Cascade and Dawn can help you in the kitchen! You can prepare the meals and desserts you love without having to worry about the baked-on clean up afterward anymore! 


For those like me who wash dishes by hand there's Dawn Power Lift, formulated with enzymes that help break down starches and tackle stuck-on food like pasta or rice, providing the amazing power of an overnight soak in just five minutes! 

I find the dish soap to be very effective, not only is it great for those bigger dishes of cooked on food but also for smaller every day jobs. The kids often leave food which dries and becomes a pain to try and scrub off. It was easy with new Dawn Power Lift, no waiting or scrubbing involved.  

Here's an example of how Dawn Power Lift worked on baked on grease after cooking a chicken dinner. This dish did sit over night dirty as is, no soaking. I just washed it normally and it came clean no problem! 


For those lucky enough to have a dishwasher, Cascade All-in-1 ActionPacs contain the same starch-fighting enzyme as Dawn Power Lift, as well as an additional enzyme to help break down proteins. Together, they make clean-up easier so more time can be used to enjoy that meal instead of worrying about cleaning up after it.  

Canadian television personality and cook book author David Rocco doesn't shy away from creating the most delectable dishes in his kitchen! With Cascade and Dawn in hand, clean up is as easy as he makes cooking the meal look! David's latest cook book, Made in Italy is filled with delectable recipes that could definitely put Cascade and Dawn to the ultimate test.

Learn more about Cascade and Dawn by visiting http://www.cascadeclean.com and http://www.dawn-dish.com. Also,Don't forget to like Cascade and Dawn on Facebook for the latest news, updates and promotions!



Disclosure: Posted by AME on behalf of Cascade and Dawn. We received complimentary product for review purposes. Comments and opinions in this feature are those of the author. Giveaway prize provided by representatives of Cascade and Dawn.

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28 comments:

  1. We do a mix of dishwashering and hand washing. Depends on how busy the day is! Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  2. Sometimes I wash by hand and other times I use the dishwasher (especially when I have guests over!)

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  3. I do both , I wash my pots and pans
    thanks

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  4. The dishwasher does all the work in this house :)

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  5. Both! It depends on the dishes I am washing!

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  6. Almost always the dishwasher.
    (entered as Jennifer)

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  7. I'm a 1/2 & 1/2....anything glass + utensils goes in the dishwasher. All the plastics & my pots I wash by hand.

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  8. I do both. If I am busy, I throw them in the dishwasher, if not, I will wash them by hands

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  9. I wash most in the dishwasher but there are still some (like pots and pans) that I wash by hand.
    weezi_k (at) hotmail (dot) com
    rafflecopter name: Lisa K

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  11. Both, because some things are too delicate, or have decals, etc...

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  12. I do a mix of both. My dishwasher has seen better days so there's some things that just won't get clean in it. I keep putting off getting a new one but I think the day is coming soon.

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  13. I actually wash dishes by hand and in the dishwasher , it depends on how many there are, or if I'm baking I may need to use the same bowl twice.

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  14. A bit of both - I tend to pre wash then throw it in and hope for the best. I really hate washing dishes! Maybe this prize pack will help! Thanks,

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  15. A bit of both - I tend to pre wash then throw it in and hope for the best. I really hate washing dishes! Maybe this prize pack will help! Thanks,Kathryn

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  16. I do most in the dishwasher and pots, pans and oversized items in by hand

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  17. I wash dishes by hand!

    breej23 at hotmail dot com

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  18. I do both, I wash the pots by hand or anything I use daily like certain knives, and the cutting boards.

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  19. Dishwasher all the way. I used to handwash them all and then cam to my senses :)

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  20. I washes my dishes both ways depending on the dish!

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