The Food Network star known for her savory dishes straight from her Oklahoma kitchen partnered with Walmart years ago to exclusively sell her own line of kitchenware products from cups, pots, pans, dishes, and more. While the line has received high praises for its colorful designs, RadarOnline.com has discovered the line isn't as appealing to customers once they start putting the items to use!
In fact, some users are claiming the products aren't safe. One Facebook user demanded Drummond stop labeling her plates as microwave safe because they're actually the opposite.
"If I can't put it in the microwave for more than two minutes without it breaking, or feeling like I pulled it out of Hell's fire, it is not microwave safe," said the concerned fan.
Another displeased customer responded to the complaint, admitting that the dishes "literally explode!"
Many disgruntled fans have actually called out Drummond on social media after their cooking utensils have broken.
"So, my flat whisk broke the very first time I used it," one fan revealed.
Another fan admitted it was a "sad morning" back in January when he was using a measuring cup from the line and "the handle snapped."
A disgruntled Twitter user even tagged the TV chef in a tweet to ensure Drummond would see the complaint. He complained that a two-week old cutting board he gifted his girlfriend was "already warped and splitting apart." The upset customer shared a picture of the board appearing crooked on a countertop.
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The Oklahoma native sells a range of cookware sets. One in particular is named the Vintage Speckle 10-Piece Non-Stick Pre-Seasoned set sells for $99 – and a lot of reviewers claim the pans are ruining their meals!
"The first time I used it, pieces of the black glaze from the pot was in the food," a "disappointed" review states. "The food I made was literally all black."
Another user echoed that statement, but the chipping began when she was cleaning the dish.
"I noticed the inside is peeling/chipping away!" the customer wrote on Walmart.com. "What am I supposed to do with this!? Feed my family some extra ingredients that came directly from the pot!!??"
RadarOnline.com discovered Drummond has responded to her fans who have reached out with complaints on Twitter and directed them to the line's customer service email.
Most recently Drummond was under fire for an action that didn't have to do with cooking. RadarOnline.com exclusively revealed the food blogger was accused of supporting mass horse slaughter.
Before that, Drummond shocked fans when revealing that her TV persona is a fraud in her book, The Pioneer Woman: Black Heels to Tractor Wheels.
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