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Picture it: a lazy Sunday afternoon, accompanied by a home cooked meal and something cold and sweet to sip on. The key words here being lazy and home-cooked, with a focus on the implied greatness of it all. We wish you many happy outdoor afternoons, and in that vein we've found deals on outdoor wares for entertaining, from a wine chiller to a grill, and more.
Is It Worth It?: An Editors' Choice deal, this 12.68-quart oven is perfect for making that Sunday roast without slaving in the kitchen. It features a plastic lid, heat-resistant glass bowl, and temperature controls. Just make sure you subscribe to the newegg newsletter in order to redeem the coupon.
Is It Worth It?: For easy-to-prepare meals, not many products beat the Bon Appétit 7-Quart Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker. Available in Red, Black, and Blue this slow cooker not only offers monetary savings at $39.95 (and is the lowest price 7-quart pressure cooker we've ever seen) but it's a time-saver in the kitchen. This 900-watt programmable pressure cooker features a removable non-stick pot, lid, steaming rack, rice spoon, ladle, thermostat, digital timer, and more.
Is It Worth It?: "Taste the meat, not the heat!" Just search for "642130" at Home Depot and you'll find the Brinkmann 48,000-BTU 4-Burner Gas Grill for the low price of $169 — $35 less than any comparable 4-burner gas grill we could find. It features a side burner, total cooking surface of 634 square inches, four stainless-steel tube burners with 12,000 BTUs each, porcelain-coated cast iron cooking grates, porcelain-coated wire warming rack, and more.
Is It Worth It?: An ice maker is a cocktail drinker's best friend. And this portable ice maker is just the ticket for an evening of outdoor entertaining. It can produce up to 26 lbs. of ice a day in three different cube sizes, and can store up to 2.2 lbs. of ice in its removable basket. What's more, it features a digital display, ice scoop, flip-up lid, and auto-shut off.
Is It Worth It?: Speaking of spirits, whether you are a seasoned oenophile (fancy talk for wine expert) or can't tell a Malbec from a Merlot, this wine cellar is perfect for chilling your bottles and can store up to six bottles. Features include double-pane insulated glass door with silver trim/black cabinet, adjustable manual thermostat control with LED temperature read-out, ultra-quiet thermoelectric cooling, and more.
Front page photo credit: Improvements Catalog