How's your pantry looking post-holiday smorgasbord? Missing a few Tupperware, huh? With today's kitchen deals you can finally get that pasta maker you were hoping for and save a bundle on mixing bowls and new cookware. What's more, a $20 credit to Overstock.com should fill in any gaps in your kitchen gadget arsenal. If you're looking for something specific not listed here, check our our daily kitchen deals section as well.
Anchor Hocking 10-Piece Mixing Bowl Set
Price: $17.79 via coupon code "FS11" with $6.50 s&h
Lowest By: $28
Is It Worth It?: Mixing bowls are an endlessly useful component of any kitchen. Pick up this 10-piece mixing bowl set specially designed to handle everything from mashed potatoes to ice cream. They're made of durable tempered glass, which means they're microwavable, and freezer and dishwasher safe.
Circulon Anodized Nonstick 10-Piece Cookware Set
Price: $187.49 via coupon code "circle2" with $8.99 s&h
Lowest By: $54
Is It Worth It?: Ask any cook, and she'll tell you that it's worthwhile to invest in a great set of pots and pans. They'll last you a lifetime. Look no further than Circulon's Infinite Hard Anodized Nonstick 10-Piece Cookware Set, complete with two covered saucepans, two open skillets, a 3-quart covered sauté pan, and an 8-quart covered stockpot. These pots and pans are made of hard-anodized aluminum for exceptional strength and cooking performance, with a spiffy nonstick exterior for easy cleaning.
ZeroWater 10-Cup Filtration Pitcher
Price: $15 with $4.99 s&h
Lowest By: $22
Expires: January 18
Is It Worth It?: Let's face it: tap water is a risky proposition. Pipes are made of aluminum, lead, zinc, nitrate, or who knows what else, and it's a good idea to remove those impurities with a high-quality water filter; that'll help protect the health of you and your loved ones and, incidentally, improve the taste too. Groupon is currently offering the ZeroWater 10-Cup Filtration Pitcher for a mere $15. It comes with a five-stage filtration system, back spigot, one filter, water testing meter, and more. It uses ion exchange, so you just know it's good.
Norpro Meat Grinder, Mincer, and Pasta Maker
Price: $22.99 with free shipping via Prime
Lowest By: $9
Is It Worth It?: The German word for "meat grinder" is "fleischwolf," which is a little odd because in the wild, wolves are not especially adept at preparing ground chuck for barbeques. We're a little unclear as to what the wolves in Europe have been up to lately, but whatever. The Norpro Meat Grinder, Mincer, and Pasta Maker is a multi-use item that goes way beyond meat: You can make pasta with it and even blend baby food. It's also capable of preparing smoothies or grinding nuts and beans.
$20 Overstock.com Credit
Price: $10 with $2.95 s&h
Expires: January 20
Is It Worth It?: For just $10 (plus $2.95 for shipping, which isn't include in the credit) you can splurge on $20 worth of Overstock.com goodies. From housewares to appliances, indulge your culinary skills in a new stand mixer, ice cream maker, or even a juicer. The possibilities are almost endless, making this a no-brainer for anyone looking to enhance their kitchen and home.
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