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If the temperatures are supposed to be record high where you live this weekend, might we suggest staying inside and shopping some online sales? We found a few of our favorite kitchen products at a discount. Check them out below:
Set of 3 All-Clad Nonstick Skillets
While these skillets didn't win our product test of the best nonstick pans, All-Clad is a brand Epicurious has trusted for years—and these are the nonstick skillets our editorial director uses in his home kitchen. Since the primary reason we didn't choose them as our winner was their comparatively high price, now is a good time to snag them at a lower price: This set of three skillets is on sale for less than the normal price of one.
BUY IT: Set of 3 All-Clad Nonstick Skillets, 8", 10", and 12," $130 (originally $225) at Sur La Table
Peak Ice Cube Trays
Our writer Kendra Vaculin recently made a case for big ice cubes. These silicone molds will give you four large squares, which, due to their larger surface area, won't melt and dilute your drink quite as fast. It can feel difficult to justify big spending on ice cube trays and these are usually around $14. Luckily, you can snag them for just ten bucks right now.
Cuisinart Prep 11 cup Food Processor
BUY IT: Cuisinart Prep 11 Plus 11 cup Food Processor, $100 (originally $200) at Bed, Bath, and Beyond
KitchenAid K400 Blender with Tamper
This blender was one of the original winners of our product test. It's on the bulky side, but it can compete with the best of the high-powered machines for a much lower price—especially on sale.
Corkcicle Insulated Stemless Wine Glass
Your patio dining days are far from over—you've got a solid two months (or more) left of heat. Pour your chilled light red in this insulated outdoor wine glass and it'll stay cool for your entire socially-distanced outdoor dinner party, even if it's a miserable 100 degrees and 5,000-percent humidity.
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