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Jade No-Burn Cookware Leaves HOT Impression on QVC!

Davison News, Product News

Were you “In the Kitchen with David” on Sunday, March 30? QVC’s popular kitchen show featured the Jade No-Burn Pan that was designed at Inventionland for the Love Cooking Company and the revolutionary new cooking product did not disappoint!

QVC host David Venable, along with Culinary Professional and Jade No-Burn Pan spokesman Chef Tony Notaro showcased the many capabilities of the seven-in-one pan.

At one point in the piece, Chef Tony referred to the pan’s kitchen capabilities saying, “It’s absolutely mind-blowing!”

To prove just how much the Jade No-Burn Pan can do, the dynamic kitchen duo demonstrated several dishes, including everything from grilled chicken and sausage to sauteed rice and macaroni and cheese.

After only seven minutes on the air, Venable let viewers know that 1,000 pans had already been purchased and that the phone lines continued to ring off the hook!

Speaking of phones ringing, Chef Tony gave an awesome everyday example of just why the Jade No-Burn Pan can benefit anyone who cooks with it.

“If you get a phone call or the kids call you and you get distracted, you don’t have to worry about the food burning,” said Chef Tony.

Sound unbelievable? Chef Tony thought so, too… until he cooked with the pan.

“When they first told me about this pan… I didn’t believe it, till I cooked with it. Now, I’m sold,” said Chef Tony.

While the secret is not in the sauce, it  IS inside of the pan! Part of Sunday’s demonstration included showing off the revolutionary jade technology that allows the pan to heat up to medium heat and maintain that temperature, making it impossible to burn your food.

“It is an amazing little piece of technology…,” said Venable. “It regulates the perfect medium heat.”

The Jade No-Burn Pan is now available in black, platinum, copper and red varieties. Venable suggested that there may be even more options for the pan in the future.

“This is just the first of more to come, if you guys tell us you like it,” said Venable.

That sounds “D-lightful!” Stay tuned for more news and reviews of Love Cooking Company’s Jade No-Burn Pan that we designed at Inventionland!

For now, check out the Jade No-Burn Pan on QVC!

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This product was developed at Inventionland for a corporate client.

QVC’s Sunday Line-Up to Include World’s First, and Inventionland’s Own, No-Burn Pan!

Davison News

For the third month in a row, the world’s leading video and ecommerce retailer is scheduled to feature a product that was designed at Inventionland!

This time, it’s the Jade No-Burn Pan. It’s a 7-in-1 pan with revolutionary technology to prevent food from burning.

If you think there’s no way it can be done, tune in to QVC’s “In the Kitchen with David” this Sunday from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. to see Culinary Professional Chef Tony prove it!

You see, with the Jade No-Burn Pan, we’re talking about cooking up more than just your standard scrambled eggs or grilled cheese sandwich. According to the product’s packaging, which was also designed at Inventionland, the Jade No-Burn Pan allows users to slow cook, make sauce, deep fry, sear, stove-top bake, sauté or stew food without burning it.

That’s seven incredible features in just one pan!

If you want to see the Jade No-Burn Pan in action, don’t forget to tune in to QVC’s “In the Kitchen with David” on Sunday from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.!

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This product was developed at Inventionland for a corporate client.

No Split Decision: The Half N Half Cupcake Pan on QVC was a Huge Success!

Product News

With the recent success of the Miracle Loaf stuffed meatloaf pan on QVC, news of Davison-designed products making a big splash on the world’s leading video and ecommerce retailer seems like everyday news here. So, when we announced last week that the Mrs. Fields Half N Half Cupcake Pan also was slated to appear on QVC, it may not have come as a huge surprise.

Today, we’re excited to share that the Half N Half Cake Pan, which was licensed by Love Cooking Company, not only appeared on QVC’s “Kitchen Unlimited with Carolyn” last Wednesday, but it has also received rave reviews from viewers who purchased the innovative bakeware!

If you missed the show, you can see long-time QVC kitchen product specialist Marie Louise Ludwig showcasing the Half N Half Cupcake Pan here:

Ludwig introduces the Half N Half Cupcake Pan as a “fun twist on an old favorite,” showing off adorable Easter chick cupcakes, pink and blue cupcakes that are perfect for a baby’s gender-reveal party and a scrumptious peanut butter cookie and brownie combination cupcake.

Obviously captivated by true inventor spirit, Ludwig says, “The sky’s the limit as far as creativity is concerned!”

We couldn’t agree more and neither could a couple customers, who instantly ranked the Half N Half Cupcake Pan with five out of five stars.

One user, whose review calls the pan “genius and time saving,” also said, “I got excited when I saw this so I told myself I gotta have it. It’ll make my baking fun, faster and easier. Genius!”

Another user, who called the pan “cupcake fun for everyone,” said “It takes a little patience to make things turn out perfectly, but I have given this set as a gift on a few occasions, and my friends and family love it as much as I do. Happy baking…”

Both reviewers also said that the Half N Half Cupcake Pan is the perfect gift for families, so if you haven’t picked your up yet, grab one for yourself and a family member or friend!

Congratulations to our client, Richard, and everyone who has worked on making the Half N Half Cupcake Pan such a success!

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Set Your DVR: Davison’s Half N Half Cupcake Pan to be on QVC between 1- 2 p.m. Tomorrow!

Product News

It seems like mere weeks ago when we told that you the Davison-designed Miracle Loaf was to be featured on QVC’s “In the Kitchen with David.” Days later, we shared the exciting news that the Miracle Loaf had SOLD OUT on QVC in less than 10 minutes!

Today, we’ve got more exciting news to share regarding the world’s leading video and ecommerce retailer.

Another Davison-designed product, the Half N Half Cupcake Pan, is scheduled to appear on QVC between 1- 2 p.m. tomorrow!

For Davison and our inventors, that’s TWO products appearing on QVC in less than one month’s time!

This incredible news from QVC comes on the heels of Half N Half Cupcake Pan excitement that has been building for months. Just before the holidays, the Chicago Food Blogger’s 2013 Holiday Gift Guide featured the pan, calling it a “fun way to create creative cupcake flavor combinations – all in one cupcake!”

Most recently, Mr. Davison and our client, Richard, had the pleasure of seeing the Half N Half Cupcake Pan live on the store shelves at a local Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft store.

The pan, which was licensed and is sold by the Love Cooking Company under their Mrs. Fields Bakeware Innovations line, allows users to make delicious cupcakes and muffins that are equally split between two flavors! It comes with an easy-to-use-and-clean divider that separates the cupcakes into two halves.

So, combining chocolate, vanilla, strawberry, blueberry or any other mouth-watering flavor is no problem with the Half N Half Cupcake Pan!

As you know, the professionals at QVC are always cooking up delicious combinations, so we can’t wait to see what they create with the Half N Half Cupcake Pan!

Don’t forget to record QVC between 1- 2 p.m. tomorrow – and, tell your family, friends, clients and anyone else you know to tune in, too!

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A typical client project is not licensed, sold in stores or profitable. The inventor of the Half N Half Cupcake Pan has not realized a net profit on the product.

QVC Sells Out of Davison’s Miracle Loaf in Mere Minutes!

Product News

What happens when you take 5,500 available Davison-designed Miracle Loaf stuffed meatloaf pans and showcase them on QVC’s “In the Kitchen with David,” showing off irresistible options like turkey cheese broccoli meatloaf, pizza meatloaf, Greek-stuffed chicken meatloaf and manicotti-stuffed meatloaf?

The Davison-designed Miracle Loaf sells out in less than 10 minutes!

That’s right, our client-inspired Miracle Loaf stuffed meatloaf pan that was licensed by the Love Cooking Company appeared on QVC last Wednesday night and SOLD OUT of 5,500 units in less than 10 minutes!

Culinary Professional Chef Tony brought so much life and love to the pan by showcasing several of his own amazing recipes, which came included with each purchase. QVC customers who acted quickly were also able to customize their Miracle Loaf by selecting red, black or blue cavity and seal presses to accompany their gunmetal pan and drip tray.

Further showcasing the miracle-working power of the Davison-designed baking product, Chef Tony highlighted the drip tray in action, draining greases, fats and oils from his delightful Miracle Loaf creations on the air!

Now, we can’t say that “In the Kitchen with David” host David Venable did not warn consumers to hurry and take action on the Miracle Loaf. Not even seven minutes into the delicious presentation, he said, “We’ve already taken orders for well over 3,000 of these!” Venable also let customers know that over 2,000 others currently were “jammed on the phone lines.”

The Davison-designed Miracle Loaf sold out so fast that Venable had to abruptly end the segment with one last sentiment about the pan.

Simply, “Mmm!”

Now, you can order your very own Miracle Loaf stuffed meatloaf pan by signing up for QVC’s waitlist! Check out the Miracle Loaf’s all-star appearance on QVC’s “In the Kitchen with David” below:

Congratulations to our client, Love Cooking Company and everyone else who had a hand in making the incredibly innovative Miracle Loaf pan a reality!

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The client has not made a net profit on this product.  A typical client project is not licensed, sold in stores or profitable.

Davison Gets Back “In the Kitchen with David” on QVC – TONIGHT!

Davison News

It pretty much goes without saying that we are always thrilled when we see a new Davison-designed product on store shelves; but, when those “store shelves” happen to be QVC… well, we just can’t quit talking about it!

We are excited to announce that the Davison-designed Miracle Loaf stuffed meatloaf pan is slated to be on QVC’s “In the Kitchen with David” at 8:00 p.m. tonight!

The Miracle Loaf is an innovative pan that came from the mind of one of our clients, who wanted a convenient way to add favorite “sides” like mashed potatoes, stuffing or macaroni and cheese to the main course, a meatloaf!

So, we designed the Miracle Loaf stuffed meatloaf pan, which includes a non-stick baking pan, removable drip tray and cavity and seal press. Users simply press one layer of meatloaf into the bottom of the pan, press down to create a convenient cavity, fill with their favorite “stuffer,” add the second layer of meatloaf, press to seal and bake!

It didn’t take long for Love Cooking Company to take an interest in the Miracle Loaf and the cutting-edge cookware and bakeware company quickly licensed the perfect meal-making product.

Tonight, QVC is to showcase the Miracle Loaf on their popular cooking show, “In the Kitchen with David.” You may recall that another innovate Davison-designed Love Cooking Company product, the Cool Bake, was featured on “In the Kitchen with David” last September!

See what creations QVC comes up with using the Miracle Loaf tonight!

Tune in to “In the Kitchen with David” on QVC at 8:00 p.m. to see the Davison-designed Miracle Loaf stuffed meatloaf pan in action!

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The client has not earned a net profit on this product

In Case you Missed It: The Cool Bake was on QVC!

Davison News, Product News, Uncategorized

 

Add another “W” to the win column for the Davison-design team! On Sunday, September 29, our Davison-designed ‘Cool Bake’ was featured on QVC’s “In the Kitchen with David”!

The Mrs. Fields Bakeware Innovation did not disappoint while on the show. Let it be known that the ‘Cool Bake’ isn’t just limited to cooling cookies. QVC host David Venable demonstrated just how useful the ‘Cool Bake’ really is!

During the segment, David showed viewers the versatility of our Davison-designed product! He showed delicious cookies, nachos, pizza, croissants, pigs in a blanket, French fries, cinnamon rolls, chicken tenders and other mouth-watering treats can be made with the ‘Cook Bake’.

Venable even went on to say that “not a one of these are going to stick and break your heart..” and we couldn’t agree more!

If that wasn’t enough, long-time QVC kitchen product specialist, Marie Louise Ludwig, joined in on the conversation and had nothing but great things to say about the Davison-designed product, too.

“It’s the best out there right now..” says Ludwig, as she pointed out the Cool Bake’s 600 tiny holes and the “little feet” that allow it to easily become a cooling rack.

If you missed the Cool Bake’s appearance on QVC last Sunday, click on the video tab here to see it now!

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Sources:

http://www.qvc.com/Mrs.-Fields-Cool-Bake-All-in-One-Baking-Sheet-Search-Results.product.K39695.html?sc=K39695-SRCH&cm_sp=VIEWPOSITION-_-1-_-K39695&catentryImage=http://images-p.qvc.com/is/image/k/95/k39695.001?$uslarge$


 

“Dare to Invent” Pours Over the Creation of the Brownie Bowl

Dare to Invent, Inventor Stories, Videos

dare to invent brownie bowl

Grab a half cup of flour, one cup of water, 2 eggs and lots of creativity!  This week’s all-new “Dare to Invent” episode hits the kitchen to whip up some exciting baking innovation.

dare to invent brownie bowl 2Tonight’s webisode is the twelfth in our 13-episode series and features Christine Walker, inventor of the Brownie Bowl – a delicious dessert solution that enables bakers and chefs to create fill-able brownie, cookie, cake, and bread bowls.

Christine came up with her Brownie Bowl idea in high school, when she witnessed her boyfriend at the time sloppily soaking the cafeteria cookies in milk.

“I was horrified and thought, ‘I need to put a stop to this,’” Walker says about her boyfriend’s dessert habits. “I thought, ‘Wouldn’t it be better in the shape of a bowl?’  That would solve the mess, but still be delicious.”

dare to invent brownie bowl christineChristine shared the idea with her mom, but it wasn’t until she moved to New York City to attend performing arts school that she decided to take action!

Around 2008, Christine, a self-proclaimed obsessive baker, had baked a batch of cookies for her personal trainer.  She told him about her “dunked cookie” idea, not realizing that he already had a connection that just might help her out.

“He said, ‘You have to pursue this!’ He had a friend, who had worked with Davison; [so], I was actually referred… and I took his advice,” said Christine.

With the help of the Creationeers at Davison, Walker’s solution for sloppy sweets is now being sold nationally and on QVC.com. Silicone Brownie Bowl Forms were created by Walker to turn already delectable treats into self-contained snack traps.

dare to invent inventioland george davison brownie bowlThe bowls’ silicone design means the forms are able to cook at pretty much any temperature with any recipe, are dishwasher safe and can cook cakes, breads, brownies, muffins, and, of course, cookies evenly every time.

Join us tonight (on davison.com and youtube.com) to find out how Christine’s idea morphed from an answer to her ex-boyfriend’s sloppy snacking to a delightful QVC product and baking-blog darling.

 

 

Enjoy the photo gallery below from the Brownie Bowl episode!

 

A typical project does not get a royalty agreement, sell in stores or generate a profit.

“Dare to Invent” Journeys to the Center of an Idea (and Dessert!)

Dare to Invent, Davison News, Featured Invention

davison surprise pan dare to invent

Tonight’s “Dare to Invent” webisode takes viewers on a journey from the moist, cakey outside of an invention’s concept all the way to the delicious molten chocolate core of the finished product. Join us tonight (on davison.com and youtube.com) for episode 11(!) of our 13-part series and get inside the minds of the Creationeers behind the Surprise Pan.

Pete is an Inventionland employee who usually focuses on bringing other people’s ideas to life. His curiosity and adventurous nature lead to a lot of tearing things apart and a great amount of blowing stuff up. So when Pete proposed an idea for a cupcake pan, more than a few heads turned at Inventionland.

davison dare to inventDuring a brainstorm session for a product that would use a nail to cook a potato from the inside out, Pete came up with an idea for a better cupcake pan. “Why don’t we just push nails right through a muffin pan? Then we’d be able to put something right on that nail; [a] marshmallow or a Snickers bar,” said Pete, which would create a treat with a surprise at its core.

The pan, which has standard-sized cupcake cavities allows you to bake sweet treats into your desserts’ true center. One of the great benefits of the pan is its ability to keep your surprise ingredient in the center of the cupcake, creating a balanced bite. Now, even heavy add-ins stay in the middle of cupcakes thanks to the pan’s snack-securing center spike.

davison surprise pan product innovationSound too complicated? It isn’t. Place your favorite filling on the center spike of each cupcake mold, fill with batter and bake! The center spike will support any treat you dare to bake into your cupcake: cherries, Swedish fish, chocolate, caramels, truffles (chocolate or fungi), pineapple, cookie dough or a piece of strawberry. If you really want to be adventurous, use the center spike as a skewer and shish kabob a variety of the aforementioned add-ins. The possibilities really are endless, but the length of spike isn’t, so choose wisely.

The Surprise Pan, which is sure to satisfy any sweet craving, is just another example of a successful Davison-designed product that is showing the power of teamwork!

Join us to see how this sweet idea came out of Inventionland to end up on the shelves of Bed Bath & Beyond, on QVC, Amazon.com and Sur la Table to the surprise of many baking enthusiasts.

Watch as the Davison Inventing Method is used to invent Pete’s Surprise Pan!

And, check out images from the Surprise Pan episode!

 

 

A typical project does not get a royalty agreement, sell in stores or generate a profit.

The Brownie Bowl – High School Cookie Mess to QVC “D”essert Success!

Inventor Stories, Product News

Davison InventorsIt is often said that the everyday can become extraordinary when seen through the eyes of a visionary.  When Pennsylvania native Christine Walker watched her high school boyfriend and his teammates make messes on their cafeteria trays with gigantic cookies soaked in milk, she knew that’s just not the way the cookie should crumble.  Christine had a vision.

“I was horrified and thought, ‘I need to put a stop to this,’” Christine said.  “I thought, ‘Wouldn’t it be better in the shape of a bowl?’  That would solve the mess, but still be delicious.”

Although the self-proclaimed obsessive baker waited several years to take her vision to the next level, Christine eventually found the motivation to move forward with her delicious idea after baking a batch of cookies and sharing her idea with, of all people, her personal trainer.

“He said, ‘You have to pursue this!’  He had a friend, who had worked with Davison; [so], I was actually referred… and I took his advice,” said Christine.

Needless to say, his advice and Christine’s delectable design are paying off!

With the help of Davison’s creative team, Christine’s Cookie Bowl has been licensed by Xtraordinary Home Products under their Chicago Metallic brand and is now selling as the Brownie Bowl on QVC – on TV and online!

Cookies, brownies… and, oh, so much more!

 Brownie Bowl

Thanks to its sleek, silicone design, the Brownie Bowl can cook at any temperature, with any recipe.  So, users can bake cookies, Baking Innovationcakes, breads, brownies, cereal treats, muffins… nearly anything… and they bake up evenly every time.  The Brownie Bowl is even dishwasher safe for easy clean up!

We highly suggest you check out the video on QVC.com, but with fair warning… you’ll probably leave hungry and with some new silicone bakeware!

But, Christine Dared to Invent… Dare to Watch

The client has not made a net profit on this product. A typical project does not get a royalty agreement, sell in stores or generate a profit.

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