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This Cuisinart Cookware Set Is $160 Off, Today Only

Cuisinart is a trusted brand when it comes to cookware. And while I probably would never pay $300 for a bunch of pots and pans, I can certainly see how an 8-piece set (with triple-ply construction) is worth that much. But a deal that offers me 53 percent off makes me WAY more likely to buy it.

Normally $300, this Cuisinart set is 53 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $300, this Cuisinart set is 53 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Cuisinart MCP-8NW MultiClad Pro Set (8-Piece) on sale for 139.99

This set comes with a 2.5-quart saucepan with lid, a 4-quart sauté pan with helper and cover, a 6-quart stock pot with cover, an 8-inch skillet and a 10-inch skillet.

The chef from the movie 'Chef' might have paid too much for his cookware (YouTube Screenshot/Jon Favreau)

The chef from the movie ‘Chef’ might have paid too much for his cookware (YouTube Screenshot/Jon Favreau)

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Remodel versus cosmetic update: Transformations come in all sizes

This cosmetically updated kitchen has a new color scheme, appliances, quartz countertop, and backsplash.

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Cuisinart’s 8-Piece Professional-Grade Stainless Steel Cookware Set Is A Whopping 50% Off

The 8-piece set costs just $139.99. It retails for $300, and you can find it on sale for $200 at other stores, but the Amazon price is the lowest option by far.

The set comes with a 2.5-quart saucepan, a 4-quart sauté pan, a 6-quart stock pot, 10-inch skillet, and an 8-inch skillet. Each piece is oven-safe, so you can start your cooking on the stovetop and then finish off baking in the same pan. An aluminum core heats evenly and quickly, meanwhile the solid stainless steel interior and brushed stainless steel exterior keep flavors intact and provide a super smooth cooking surface.

Plus, while nonstick cookware may seem easier to clean, this set is actually dishwasher-safe. No muss, no fuss.

Any healthy eater needs a reliable set of cookware like this professional-grade one. It eliminates the need for a bunch of random cooking equipment, and as much as we love the Instant Pot, you really still need solid pots and pans for delicious browning and caramelization. This highly-rated, reliable stainless steel cookware is the only set you’ll need.

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Tablescaping brings beauty of the garden to the dining room

  • Above: Gently worn metal pails filled with zinnias give the table a homey, country feel.  Below: Single lilies in vases wrapped in orange paper bring a sophisticated style to the dining room table. / DirectToArchive



Tablescaping is an art form that brings nature into the dining room, providing a feast for the eyes. You can cut your own garden flowers and greenery to make a centerpiece for your table – and then keep on getting creative.

“Adding nature to your table will enliven your guests’ experience as they take their place for a meal,” said designer Tobey Nelson. “A table that is embellished with beautiful natural elements can turn a pleasant dinner into a special occasion.”

“Add a few stems of lovely greenery, such as ferns or hosta, to smaller vases along or around the table,” she suggested. “Place a sprig of an herb, such as rosemary, or a blossom on a napkin or plate to bring your tablescape alive.”

Maybe you have small pots of succulents or herbs on your patio? Incorporate them, too, Nelson said.


“Sometimes, a creative idea for the garden works nicely on a table setting. Think sweet little teacups planted with succulents, or small terra-cotta pots with little herb plants,” she said. “These work well to beautify your table and make cute patio decorations through the summer – or great little gifts for your guests.”

No need to relegate cutting flowers to their own patch in the garden, she continued.

“Weave them into your landscape. Plant a few cosmos (or coreopsis) between shrubs,” she said. “Lots of vines are great in arrangements.”

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Tablescaping with plants from your own garden adds a personal touch to the dining experience.

“A lot of times, you can personalize by using native flowers that emphasize the area in which you live,” said Kaleb Norman James, who owns a wedding and floral design company. “Or something that a bride and bridegroom can display at their wedding dinner that they’re proud of – flowers that tie in to who they are, where they’ve been or what they’ve done.”

Even the smallest details count.

“I love to look into the elements that may be overlooked,” James said. Rarely does he use a plain white napkin, for instance: “Look for color or patterns or some type of decorative element, like a flower.”

Tablescaping is more than a floral centerpiece, he said. “It’s tying in a lot of different pieces. The flatware, glassware, linens, table numbers and place cards that fit a theme.

“Try to add some additional custom things on top of that,” James said. “Fruit or something depicting the season. Little trays with grapes flowing onto the table. Or berries in silver compotes or bowls.”

In winter, add candles, geodes and crystals for a glamorous touch, he said.

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Think Twice Before Cooking Tomatoes In Your Cast Iron Skillet

Of course, there is a little leeway, just like there is with soap on the cast iron. (Because, yes, in a pinch you can wash your cast iron with soap, you will not destroy it.) If you take some precautions, you don’t need to be too worried about ruining your favorite skillet.

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President’s pragmatism shows in Russia visit


Published on Monday, 29 May 2017 01:59

President Duterte’s forging close relations with Russia, which opens the door for improved defense and economic partnership between the two countries, shows he is a pragmatist who would cultivate ties with any country that would help the Philippines, according to political analyst Clarita Carlos.

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