Amazon Discounted Kitchen Essentials from Le Creuset, Cuisinart, and Calphalon in Honor of Prime Day
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Because many of us are spending more time at home due to the global pandemic, we’ve all had extra time to experiment with new recipes. And as we approach the holiday season, there’s a good chance we’ll all be spending even more time in the kitchen. That means that there’s no better time than right now to stock up on new gadgets to help make all that cooking and baking even easier. After all, Amazon Prime Day is your best opportunity to invest in top-of-the-line products—so many excellent kitchen essentials are currently available at shockingly low prices.
Prime Day officially started today at midnight and runs until tomorrow at 11:59 p.m. PT. Within the 48-hour time period, Amazon Prime members can shop over one million deals on just about every category on the site. If you’d like to get in on the fun (think exclusive deals and
There’s no better time to go green than Amazon Prime Day.
This year, Stasher has a variety of their awesome products on special, including this starter bundle four-pack, featuring one half-gallon bag, two sandwich bags, and one snack-size bag.
Made of 100% pure non-toxic platinum silicone, this is the world’s first fully-functional, self-sealing, non-plastic bag. No BPA, no PCV, no latex – nothing that could potentially harm you or your food.
And, here’s something else that’s cool about this product – in addition to saving the environment – these bags feature a pinch-loc seal, an innovative air-tight closure that keeps your food fresh. You can even use them for sous vide! They’re even dishwasher safe.
Join the plastic-free movement, and snag yourself one of these awesome reusable bags – or several! Available in a variety of colors, there’s something for everyone kitchen’s aesthetic.
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When it comes to kitchen stools, it’s important to get it right. Shamshiri swears by the popular BassamFellows Tractor bar stools. The Square Guest stool by BDDW is another favorite. “This has become our new go-to stool because the legs don’t splay out,” she says. “Kids have an easier time with this one. It’s very indestructible and it’s more comfortable than it looks.”
Throughout Studio Shamshiri’s kitchens, you’ll see tile being used over and over again, in numerous forms, colors, and applications. In a Manhattan loft, BDDW tiles add a handcrafted touch. Shamshiri is also a big fan of zellige tile—“it’s one of the oldest processes as far as making tiles,” she explains. “There’s something appetizing and yummy about that.”
Floors are another opportunity to create a striking tile moment. One project shows a black terra-cotta tile floor, while another features reclaimed cement tile in a
As Summer is starting to fade like jeans in the sun, and Autumn creeps into the picture, there are some essentials, other than a facemask, that men should consider for the new work-from-home experience. With most of your ‘to-do’ going on at home, getting dressed for work these past few months has been a new endeavor for all of us.
Some maintained dignity, but others (many others) have made little effort to uphold a visual standard for their appearance as a contributing member of society.
We let our hair grow and let our style simplify itself through the natural process of not having to go to a legitimate office or in-person meeting. The same shirt for days or the go-to Zoom