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What's that cookin'? Why, it's five Editors' Choice kitchenware deals! Spice things up with a Cuisinart fajita skillet for just $10, indulge in your favorite coffeehouse creations at home with over $500 in savings, and mix up your whole grains routine with a $44 price low on a dry blade blender.
Is It Worth It?: Bring some sizzle to your table with the Cuisinart Cast Iron Grilled Fajita set. The pre-seasoned cast iron skillet features slots that let excess grease drip away while your fajitas cook, and the wooden serving tray and handle holder let you take your creation directly from the grill to the table. Shop Your Way Max members will bag free shipping, yielding a $13 savings on this innovative cooking set.
Is It Worth It?: Shop Your Way Max members can bag another $10 bargain with this T-Fal griddle. At 18" long, this griddle is big enough to span two stovetop burners and its Teflon coating will make quick work of cleaning up. It's $20 off list price, too, so you'll have plenty of money left over for groceries.
Is It Worth It?: Some people will always prefer their coffee dispensed from a traditional coffeepot. But if that all sounds a little mundane, then upgrade your morning brew with the refurbished Philips Saeco Syntia automatic cappuccino/espresso machine. Although it'll run you $500, it's a $549 less than the cost of a new one, and is jam-packed with features like ceramic grinders, a quick-heat boiler, an integrated automatic milk function, customizable coffee settings, autoclean and descaling functions, and more.
Note: No warranty information is provided.
Is It Worth It?: Once you've plugged in the shiny cappuccino maker listed above, the rest of your kitchen might start to look a little passé, including that humble trash can of yours. Most stores charge $140 or more for this 10-gallon rectangular trash can by simplehuman, which has all the bells and whistles you never knew your old bin was lacking. It sports a solid steel pedal, an inside lip (to ensure bag edges never show on the outside of the can), and air suspension shocks to control the lid's descent.
Is It Worth It?: Healthy cooks looking to integrate more whole grains into their diet will adore the Vitamix 32-oz. dry blade blending container, which grinds grains, beans, or rice and even kneads dough. If the only grains you're familiar with come out of a box of Cocoa Krispies, no worries! You'll also get a Vitamix whole grains recipe book to help you get the hang of healthy baking. At $58 shipped, it's also a healthy $44 savings.