Black Friday used to be the day that crowds lined up outside of big-box department stores, ready to maul each other in their quest for discounted TVs and toys. No more. Thanks in part to the COVID-19, coupled with the dominance of online shopping, Black Friday is more of a concept than a specific date. This year, it started after Halloween, as Amazon and other retailers listed their best Black Friday deals on everything from speakers to AirPods to car seats. These are the best Black Friday deals on kitchen gear, including knives, Instant Pots, and blenders.
This $250 set includes six pots and pans and has a two-layer nonstick layer and is made from hard-anodized aluminum.
Normally $670, this 12-piece set has cool grip handles and is safe at temps up to 550 degrees Fahrenheit.
This set includes a sauce pan, a fry pan, a sauté pan, and a Dutch oven. The cookware is ceramic-coated and made without PFOA, PTFE, other PFAs, lead, cadmium, nickel, or toxic metals. The set also includes a canvas lid holder and magnetic pan racks. Caraway will offer 20 percent off the entire site from November 23 to 30.
Normally $170, this grill pan gives you grill marks when you use it to cook steak or chicken or seafood. The interior surface is black satin enamel that you don't need to pre-season it. You can use it at high temps up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit.
This 6 3/4 quart Dutch Oven, which is normally $380, can be used to make anything, from soups to stews to pasta to chicken. It has a wide base for searing and browning meat and vegetables. It's oven-safe up to 500 degrees.
This $100 set of ceramic non-stick frying pans has a durable nonstick coating.
You can use this insanely handy pan to steam, roast, saute, fry, and boil anything you want; it's normally $145. It even works if you're making pasta. Use the code SUPERSALE.
Make dinner seriously easier and get this dinner bundle, which is normally $290. You get hand-painted, porcelain plates, four nesting bowls, and four very nice-looking glasses. Oh and the pan of course, in a color you choose.
This is $100 appliance is seven in one. And it has a microprocessor that monitors pressure, temperature, keeps time, and adjusts heating intensity.
This $150 Instant Pot is wifi-enabled and works with Alexa; you get access to 1,000+ pre-programmed recipes and can monitor cooking progress.
Regularly $345, this 15-piece knife set is full tang, meaning that the blade is full length and extends through the grip-portion of a handle. Full tang knives are stronger and thus superior to their cheaper counterparts.
The Dash 3.5 quart mixer is down from its regular price of $80. It lets you easily mix, beat, cream, or whip something up.
The $200 six quart Instant Pot has a touch-screen for easy control of what you're cooking, and even has a sous vide cooking function.
This $350 blender has a handy pulse feature, so you can layer coarse chops over smooth purées. It's great for salsas or soups.
Normally $129, this sous vide lets you monitor what you're making from your phone, so you wind up with perfect meals every time.
Small but powerful, the $500 smart oven is tiny enough to take up minimal space, but spacious enough that you can roast a whole chicken in it. It lets you toast, broil, bake, roast, warm, air-fry, dehydrate, and reheat anything you want.
This $480 juicer is a low-heat masticating juicer, meaning you get the most nutrients from your fruits and veggies. And it automatically gets rid of pulp.
This $239.95 espresso maker lets you press a button and make flawless java. You can choose between 5 oz., 8 oz. and 14 oz. cups and either a single or double espresso.
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