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It's time to spruce up your kitchen! Mega-retailers like Amazon, Walmart and Target have dropped epic early Black Friday sales, so you can start amping up your cooking skills and get a head start on holiday shopping. It pays to snap up the hottest items first, before others do. Kristin McGrath, shopping expert with RetailMeNot, says KitchenAid stand mixers are the products to watch — last year we saw them sell out quickly. Other goodies on our list of the 11 best early Black Friday kitchen gadget deals? A Ninja Foodi indoor grill for $50 off and a No. 1 bestselling Keurig coffee maker marked down to $70. Ready, set, shop!
KitchenAid stand mixers are iconic...but often quite expensive. Amazon to the rescue: The mega-retailer just slashed the price of this beloved appliance that helps you mix, knead, and whip up your favorites. A coated flat beater, a dough hook and a six-wire whip are included, and if you want more attachments, many are on sale ahead of Black Friday as well.
This thing takes the guessing game out of when your eggs are ready. Whether you’re into hard-boiled, soft-boiled, poached, scrambled or omelettes, the Dash Egg Cooker can make your breakfast dreams happen. All you need to do is place your eggs on the tray, add the specified amount of water, then set your preference and the timer. Once your eggs are ready, a buzzer will let you know and the cooker will shut off automatically.
Tea lovers need this in their lives! The top-rated appliance boils up to 1.7-liters of water in just a few minutes. It's clear, so you can see it working; measurement markings on the side let you know exactly how much water you're adding. We love that it automatically shuts off as soon as it's done boiling.
This Amazon bestseller is incredibly simple to use: Just add water, pop in a K-Cup pod, press 'brew' and you’ll get a delicious cup of coffee in just a few minutes. A removable drip tray catches spills and an auto-shutoff feature (it turns on 90 seconds after your last use) helps save energy. On sale in black, red, pink, green, light blue and silver.
This virtually smokeless indoor grill will give you the flavor you crave without forcing you outside in the cold. And...surprise! It's also an air fryer, roaster, baker and dehydrater. Basically, you can cook all your favorite meals with one handy appliance! Included: a grill grate, a 4-quart crisper basket, a 6-quart cooking pot, a cleaning brush and a recipe book.
Double your oven space with this countertop cutie that moonlights as a toaster. Use the LED display to choose from 10 cooking functions and cook up to six slices of bread at a time. You'll also get an oven rack, a 12-by-12-inch baking pan, a 12-by-12-inch broiling rack and 13-inch non-stick pizza pan.
Take breakfast, lunch and dinner to the next level with this countertop griddle that makes light work of pancakes, bacon, burgers, hot dogs, steaks and more. The cooking surface is a roomy 200 square inches, so you can tackle various things at once. A removable drip tray catches excess grease and fat for easy cleanup.
An amazing deal at just $25, this handy appliance has a BPA-free jar and lid that are both dishwasher-safe. Choose from 10 different speed settings as you chop, puree, blend, and crush foods quickly and efficiently.
If you’ve been looking for an excuse to invest in an air fryer, today’s your lucky day! This popular Ninja model is on sale for just $70. In addition to cutting down cook times, it'll help you whip up yummy fried foods without the oily mess and added fat. The digital control panel has multiple preset options so it couldn't be easier to use.
This little machine effortlessly cranks out eight-inch Belgian waffles in mere minutes. Along with non-stick plates that make cleanup easy, the gadget also has adjustable temperature controls that let you customize the crispiness of your waffles — important!
The visit came less than a week since General Asim Munir took charge of Pakistan's powerful military, and were among his strongest public statements on arch-rival India since taking up the role. "Let me make it categorically clear, Pakistan's armed forces are ever ready, not only to defend every inch of our motherland, but to take the fight back to the enemy if ever war is imposed on us," he said, according to a statement from the military's media wing. India's foreign ministry did not immediately respond to Reuters' request for comment.
South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa, embroiled in scandal and under threat of impeachment, has no intention of resigning and will fight both politically and judicially, his spokesman said Saturday.
Three Chinese astronauts safely returned to Earth on Sunday after six months aboard the Tiangong space station, state media quoted the country's space agency as saying, with their mission deemed a "complete success."
Major oil-producing countries led by Saudi Arabia and Russia agreed Sunday to maintain their current output levels in a climate of uncertainty and ahead of fresh sanctions against Moscow coming into force next week.
Authorities in China's financial hub of Shanghai will from Monday scrap some testing requirements in the country's latest relaxing of its strict zero-Covid policy following nationwide protests unseen in decades.
Thousands of villagers living near Indonesia's Mount Semeru were racing for refuge Sunday to the wail of emergency sirens as lava snaked towards their homes under a black sky after the volcano erupted.
On the roads leading to the front in Ukraine's war-torn east, every morning begins with a familiar scene -- soldiers filling up trucks, sipping steaming coffee and catching up between bites of fresh hot dogs.
Softbank-backed Indian hotel aggregator Oyo Hotels and Homes Pvt Ltd said on Saturday it is cutting 600 jobs in its corporate and technology departments. India's IPO-bound Oyo will cut 10% of its 3,700-employee base, while at the same time hiring 250 people, it said in a statement. Oyo Hotels first filed to go public in October 2021 but it has delayed the share sale due to market conditions.