Wayfair: Best Deals on Kitchen Appliances, From Cuisinart to Keurig

Kitchen appliances are designed to make everyday tasks like making coffee and re-heating dinner convenient. And this Black Friday, Wayfair is offering steep discounts on kitchen appliances so that you not only save time but also money! From Cuisinart to Keurig, we unveil some of the retailer’s best deals on kitchen appliances, ahead. WAYFAIR Cuisinart 6-Quart Electric Pressure Cooker Every kitchen needs a pressure cooker. And, this one from Cuisinart has over 4.5 stars from 700 customers. This 6-quart cooker has three settings and a tempered glass lid so you…

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Putting kitchen gadgets to the test to see which really work

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — A way to save time and money in the kitchen is something we’d all love. There are entire stores dedicated to gadgets that promise to get it done. There are literally dozens of options to choose from. Most are under $10 and all claim to make cooking quick and easy. Eyewitness News Consumer Reporter Patricia Lopez went to the kitchen to see if any actually live up to their claims. She started with the Vibe by Chef’n Strawberry Huller sold by Target. The simple to use…

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Kitchen gadgets review: Food Sniffer – ‘It smells fishy to me’

What? The Food Sniffer (£105, myfoodsniffer.com): organic chemical sensors housed in a plastic baton. Detects molecular decomposition in meat and fish. Why? What the nose knows isn’t good enough. Well? Oh, what’s that old joke? “My dog’s got no nose.” “How does he smell other dogs’ anuses?” “He obviously can’t, you insensitive arsehole.” (I may have misremembered the details.) It’s not just tragic, hypothetical dogs that will benefit from this device, a portable electronic nose that does your sniffing for you. Pointed at a piece of meat, it sends a…

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Kitchen gadgets review: Banana Surprise Yumstation – an insult to God

What? Banana Surprise Yum Station (coolshop.co.uk, £18.99). Fruit secured in a cradle is hollowed by an annular cannula, with fillings injected via pipette. Why? Bananas aren’t stupid enough.   Well? This week, a machine that lets you impregnate a banana – and this sentence is the least worst thing about it. To clarify, it burrows a hole through one, so you can pump it full of bespoke filling like you’ve always wanted. Mmmm. As with the best products, I can’t figure out its name: Banana Surprise? Banana Yumstation? They’re both…

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We throw away £700 of food each year – here are six ways to avoid waste in your kitchen

British families needlessly throw away £700 worth of food every year, new research has revealed. Over a third of households don’t reuse leftovers and admit to dumping perfectly edible food. Each year 7 million tonnes are thrown away with over half of it being chucked due to overbuying, confusion over expiry dates and cooking more than needed. The figures come from a survey of more than 5,000 people commisioned by supermarket Sainsbury . Now the chain is set to give away one million thermometres to ensure fridges are set at…

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