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There's nothing like a bowl of hot soup and warm bread on a cold winter's afternoon. Instead of ordering in (because who really wants to venture out into the January streets), why not try out a new recipe or two. Missing a few tools of the trade from your kitchen aresenal? You're in luck, for we have five kitchenware deals — on cookware, appliances, knives, and more — that will make for some excellent meals to come.
Is It Worth It?: For the price of one take out dinner for two, you could be the proud owner of this Editors' Choice cookware set. That's because it's the least expensive 12-piece stainless steel cookware set we've ever seen without rebate hassles. A 1.5-quart saucepan, 1.5-quart sauce pot, 2-quart sauce pot, 3-quart Dutch oven, 5.5-quart Dutch oven, and 10" fry pan, all with matching lids, are kitchen essentials.
Is It Worth It?: While the cookware set mentioned above is perfect for preparing multi-course dinners, this set is better suited for casual gatherings. This small aluminum set (which includes a 2-quart saucepan with lid, 12-quart frying pan, and 8" frying pan) in Purple is funky and functional. Also available in Red or Blue, this set is nonstick and dishwasher safe.
Is It Worth It?: "Not enough time in the morning" isn't valid reason to skip breakfast anymore, now that a nutritious meal can be prepared as you shower with this easy toast and egg maker. Toast an English muffin while the egg poaches, and put it all together with a slice of cheese as you head out the door. In a matter of 10 days, your Egg McMuffin habit could have paid for this appliance, which also features a cancel button, automatic shutoff, removable crumb tray, measuring cup, and more.
Is It Worth It?: A countertop convection oven, this appliance also utilizes infrared light to cook rotisserie style. So you can prepare succulent main dishes like Wolfgang Puck without spending a wing and a thigh to do so. This dual functioning cooker features a timer, preheat indicator, warming tray, baking rack, drip pan, two rotisserie forks, and more.
Of note, this item is new but might not be sent in retail packaging.
Is It Worth It?: Steak knife, serrated knife, butcher knife, oh my! This set solves the problem of not having the proper knife for a cooking task: Too small a knife, and you'll be chopping forever; too large a knife, and you'll never chop again — because your fingers will be gone. This knife block set comes in gray, black, or brown and includes 7", 5", and 3" knives.
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