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Autumn is here, and if your mind gravitates towards savory stews, apple pies, cups of hot cocoa, and cozy dinners with family and friends, you're not alone. There's something about the season that brings out the gourmet in us all. So here we come, with kitchen deals on products from Wolfgang Puck, DeLonghi, Pfaltzgraff, and more.
Is It Worth It?: With this Editors' Choice deal, you're getting not one, but two discounts that stack on top of sale items, excluding clearance merchandise. The 25% off coupon works on items marked with a green dollar sign, including the pictured Kamenstein Butterfly Wine Rack for $17.99 after the discounts. This dark brown wooden rack looks great on the bar or buffet table, and holds eight wine bottles at the proper angle. Check out these other great Pfaltzgraff items.
Is It Worth It?: If you're wondering why the perky Rachael Ray is smiling all the time, bargains like this could be the reason. This 14-piece non-stick cookware set features glass lids, dripless pouring, stainless steel and silicone handles, and more. Mmm, the possibilities.
Is It Worth It?: Here's a coffeemaker that is perfect for the cooler days when waiting for an entire pot to brew seems like an eternity. This single-serve coffeemaker comes in Black, and uses Nescafe Dolce Gusto capsules to make coffee, cappuccino, espresso, lattes, hot cocoa, tea, and more.
Is It Worth It?: Tied with our June mention, the signature 6-quart slow cooker from Wolfgang Puck can be yours for a mere $40. This family-size slow cooker features a removable nonstick aluminum cooking pot, dual heat elements, tempered glass lid, plastic storage lid, wire rack, plastic divider, and more.
Is It Worth It?: Keep your culinary creations warming on the countertop with this heat lamp. It features an adjustable arm, collapsible design for storage, and more. Unfortunately, the yummy-looking pizza is not included.