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Tuesday Deals of the Day – Five at Five


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Mondays through Thursdays at 5:00 PM EST, we will showcase the best food / kitchen deals of the day. We hope you find them useful. We present to you today’s round up of deals from across the web including pots and pans, Ginsu knives and a deep fryer.

Kosher Kouponz: $61.75 for LARGE Shalach Manos platter (reg. $95) from Munchkin Treatz. There’s the shalach manos that gets tossed, the shalach manos that gets recycled at the office… and the shalach manos they keep for themselves. Give the platter that they won’t share. Munchkin Treatz candies and confections are made fresh daily – no stale taste or unsightly bloom. And their attentiveness to quality is unmatched. Starting with 100% pure luxury Belgian chocolate, imported directly to their Creations Studio in New Jersey, Munchkin Treatz crafts artisanal delights that are almost too good to eat. And when you taste them, you’ll taste the quality difference – no waxy texture or sugary aftertaste. This gorgeous PARVE Purim platter features double stuffed sandwich cookies dipped and decorated in dark and white chocolate, a large gourmet assortment of unusually decorated dark and white chocolate dipped pretzels, fancifully decorated dark and white dipped tea biscuits, decorated and chocolate dipped marshmallow pops, chocolate dipped hamantashen or nut/fruit clusters, decorated and white and dark chocolate dipped graham crackers, as well as a fruit and nut assortment including jumbo cashews, pistachios, slow roasted almonds and dipped dried fruit. Handcrafted Parve chocolate platters usually cost $120 and more for this sized platter. Munchkin Treatz is a locally based business that makes tasteful treats affordable ranging from the small to deluxe creations and platters. But now, in a limited time offer for this $95 deluxe platter, give this high quality gift they’ll remember for only $61.75 – a SAVINGS of $35% !

Macy’s: Anolon Advanced Bronze Cookware Set, 11 Piece Hard Anodized Nonstick. Reg. $349.99 Reduced to $299.99!! Every well-equipped kitchen starts with the basics. Seasoned chefs back the long-lasting, superior durability of Anolon’s nonstick performance. The sophisticated tulip shape with attractive bronze finish contrasts beautifully with the dark hard-anodized interior, which heats food up fast and evenly. Lifetime limited warranty.
•Includes: 1.5 qt. covered saucepan, 3 qt. covered saucepan, 8 qt. covered stockpot, 8″ open skillet, 10″ open skillet, 3 qt. covered sauté pan and 12″ shallow grill pan
•Dupont Autograph® 2 nonstick stands up to the rigors of professional kitchen use
•Hard-anodized construction is twice as hard as stainless steel
•Aluminum core reduces “hot spots” that can burn food
•Ergonomic SureGrip® handles combine stainless steel and silicone
•Dual riveted and oven safe to 400°F
•Break-resistant glass lids
•Hand wash recommended

DailyMemories: Magnetic Spice Rack. Reduced from $29.99 to $19.99! Deal Ends Midnight tonight EST. Always have your favorite spices right at hand for flavorful cooking! Stainless steel rack looks sleek on your countertop or wall; roomy magnetic jars feature see-through lids and adjustable shaker holes. Weight 1.4 lbs. Stainless steel. Spices not included. Set: 9″ x 6″ x 2″ high; Each container: 2 1/2″ diameter x 1 3/4″ high.

PERFECT FOR PASSOVER. Amazon: Ginsu 04817 International Traditions 14-Piece Knife Set with Block, Natural. Reduced from $49.99 to $29.99. Many associate Ginsu knives with the product’s kitschy infomercial from the ‘70s that begins with a karate kick to a watermelon and proceeds with a demo of these knives cutting through just about anything in the house. Like the original product, Ginsu’s International Traditions is designed for the home cook who is not attuned to the maintenance required of a more high-end knife. However, this line is an improvement on the original, offering the weight, balance, and style of a commercial-quality knife, while meeting current design trends and performance expectations. This 14-piece set stocks a kitchen with most cutlery needs, and packs all knives in a contemporary black hardwood storage block. The set includes: an 8-inch chef’s knife, an 8-inch slicer, a 7-inch santoku knife, a 5-1/2-inch boning knife, a 5-inch utility knife, a 3-1/2-inch paring knife, and six 4-1/2-inch steak knives, plus a pair of shears. Ginsu blades are constructed from stainless steel and feature a two-dimensional serrated edge that is symmetrically cut on either side for more accurate slicing and for either right- or left-handed use. Edges are still as low-maintenance as ever and never require sharpening. The blades have full tangs that extend through lightweight bakelite handles and are triple-riveted for strength. Ginsu covers these International Traditions knives under a limited, lifetime warranty and recommends manual cleaning with hot, soapy water to keep them in top shape.

Kitchen Myth: 6-Cup Stainless Steel Electric Family Home Deep Fryer. Reduced from $49.99 to $36.99! The E-ware 6-Cup / 1.5-liter deep fryer features stainless steel housing including cool-touch handles for easily movement around your kitchen, the unit fries food faster with its powerful immersion element that heats up quickly and uses far less oil than conventional fryers. The deep fryer includes an adjustable timer of 30 minutes as well as a release lid button.


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About Hadassah Sabo Milner


HaDassah Sabo Milner is a Welsh Jew who lives in Monsey NY. She is a writer and a blogger and a lifelong foodie. She's married with four sons who provide her with much fodder for her writing projects. HaDassah is also a social media rockstar who can update multiple platforms simultaneously whilst cooking Shabbat dinner for 70. You can find her on Facebook, Twitter Twittr , and read her blog In The Pink .

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