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Joanna Gaines Reveals Her Favorite Pieces from the Third Installment of Her Target Collection

Spring has sprung at Target!

Chip and Joanna Gaines have given their Hearth and Hand with Magnolia line an Easter-inspired refresh for the third installment of their Target collaboraiton. Their first collection for the store included stockings, ornaments, and other giftable goodies for the holidays, while their second focused on bright décor to spruce up your home during winter. It’s only appropriate that this time the Fixer Upper stars are releasing a bevy of bunny dishes, jade glassware and white serving platters perfect for hosting a spring brunch.

Although each piece incorporates Joanna’s — who is pregnant with her and Chip’s fifth child — signature farmhouse style, they’re also just whimsical enough to delight the little ones as well. But which picks does the famous designer have her eye on? See below for her favorite pieces.

1. Jade Glassware

“These jade bowls give your table some color and make an all-white dinnerware set feel sophisticated and special,” says Joanna.
Buy it! Appetizer Plate, $5.99; Pedestal Dessert Bowl, $5.99; Salt and Pepper Set, $9.99

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2. Beaded Serveware

“It’s all in the details,” she notes. “Beaded edges are just the thing to take these serving pieces up a notch.”
Buy it! Egg Tray, $14.99; Stoneware Baking Dish, $22.99; Stoneware Loaf Pan, $16.99; Serving Platter, $29.99

3. Detailed Glassware

“The goblet-inspired silhouette and subtle details complete the table and draw just enough attention to themselves,” Joanna says.
 Buy it! Fluted Tumbler, $3.99

4. Serveware

“Good serving dishes should be just as practical as they are beautiful,” she says. “This two-tiered server is great because it maximizes vertical space, and I love the mix of the galvanized metal and wood.”
Buy it! Two-Tier Wood and Metal Cake Stand, $32.99; Wood and Metal Covered Cake Stand, $34.99

5. Easter Elements

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“Easter is a special moment to gather with family and friends,” says Joanna, “and these pieces add a fun nod to the season while still feeling polished.”
Buy it! Bunny Serve Bowl, $24.99; Stoneware Pedestal Serve Bowl, $24.99

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Today’s best deals are on products we love (Photo: KitchenAid / Reviewed)

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Monday doesn‘t have to be a total drag this week. There are some really great products on sale for fantastic prices this week, and they‘re all things we‘ve tested right here in our labs (and in our homes).

1. For bakers: A KitchenAid stand mixer at its lowest price in over a year

This is the best price for this stand mixer we’ve seen in 15 months. (Photo: KitchenAid)

KitchenAid‘s stand mixer is one of those things that‘s always at the top of wedding registries and birthday/holiday gift wishlists. The Artisan and Elite are we‘ve ever tested, and right now their sibling, the Professional, is on sale for the lowest price we‘ve seen since November 2016 for $10 less than today‘s price. While we haven‘t tested this exact model, we‘re confident it‘ll deliver the same quality performance KitchenAid is known for. Considering it typically sells for around $400, this discount is one you won‘t want to miss.

2. For clean-freaks: The best affordable robot vacuum

Clean your house without lifting a finger. (Photo: iLife)

A robot vacuum can be a great help for anyone with a busy lifestyle that maybe can‘t vacuum as often as they‘d like. The iLife A4S is we‘ve ever tested, picking up dirt as well as more expensive models, and you can schedule it to clean your home while you‘re out. It‘s been on sale for $200 for a while now, but there‘s a coupon for $20 off you can select on the product page to get it for $180.

3. For audiophiles: Our favorite over-ear headphones 

Upgrade your commute with the best over-ear headphones. (Photo: Reviewed)

Earbuds have their place in your life—commuting and workouts are made for in-ear headphones. But sometimes you want to immerse yourself in your favorite music, and those little speakers just won‘t cut it. So why not treat yourself to a pair of the best over-ear headphones we‘ve ever tested? They‘re currently on sale for the lowest price we‘ve seen since last year.

4. For homeowners: The best water leak detector

Honeywell’s water leak detector performs best. (Photo: Reviewed / Jackson Ruckar)

Water damage can be devastating to your home and your wallet. And while you can‘t 100% prevent things like leaks, pipe bursts, or flooding, you can mitigate some of the damage with a leak detector. Honeywell makes out there, and right now it‘s back down to its lowest price ever. All you do is stick the sensors in high-risk areas, and if they sense any water you‘ll get an alert on your phone. So even if you‘re out of town, you can take action to fix whatever problem crops up.

5. For everyone: The best tax software

Avoid that mid-April stress and get your taxes done now. (Photo: TurboTax)

Don‘t put your taxes off until the last minute like you always do. Pick up  at a deep discount now instead of filing online and finding out there are a bunch of hidden fees to file. This is the best price you‘ll find on TurboTax software, beating out out Intuit‘s own site, but you‘ll end up paying more if you opt for the digital download over the disc, so choose wisely.

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Denny’s vying for a ‘grand slam’ with Fall River diners – Herald News

FALL RIVER – Three words: the Grand Slam.

If you’re not yet familiar with Denny’s signature hefty breakfasts, now’s the time to dive in.

Denny’s, Fall River’s newest restaurant, is open for business 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year. And that’s good news for those who like breakfast later in the day or a hearty meal in the morning. “The entire menu is available all day,” said District Manager Phil Zavist. “You can sleep in and still have breakfast.”

Though Denny’s may be better known for its breakfasts, the menu offers an array of options from burgers and sandwiches (clubs and melts) to sizzling skillet meals and classic dinners such as T-bone steak and shrimp; country fried steak; slow-cooked pot roast; chicken strips; and Brooklyn spaghetti and meatballs. Prices for those meals start at just over $10 and top off at $18.29 for the T-bone and shrimp, making it a value dinner for anyone – families or seniors on a budget, said Zavist.

Skillet meals, served in a sizzling cast iron skillet, are all priced at less than $12. The selection includes Bourbon Chicken Skillet; Smoky Gouda Chicken and Broccoli; Wild Alaska Salmon, Steak Skewer and Eggs; Santa Fe; and a Crazy Spicy Skillet with chourizo sausage, veggies and potatoes topped with a grilled chicken breast and cheese.

The menu is updated about three times a year to keep up with current food trends, said Zavitz. Some of the recent additions are in the pancake realm where the creative and mouth-watering new additions include Peanut Butter Cream Pancakes; Salted Caramel and Banana Cream; and Dulce de Leche Crunch Pancakes, a buttermilk pancake topped with a cinnamon crunch served with a dulce de leche-inspired caramel sauce.

The Grand Slam breakfasts comes in a variety of combos: All American (eggs, bacon, sausage, hash browns and bread); Lumberjack (buttermilk pancakes, grilled ham, bacon, sausage, eggs, hash browns and bread); Fit Slam (with egg whites) and build-it-yourself options.

In addition to the Grand Slams, Zavitz said some of the other customer favorites include the Moons Over My Hammy, a ham and scrambled egg sandwich; the Bourbon Bacon Burger; and The Super Bird sandwich with turkey, bacon, swiss cheese and tomato on grilled sourdough.

The new Denny’s in Fall River, in a brand-new building at 243 William S. Canning Blvd., (next to the CVS) seats 149 with counter seating for 11. Part of the national Denny’s brand, the site in Fall River is one of 19 Denny’s owned by the Connecticut-based CL Management Group of Denny’s franchises.

A Denny’s on Milliken Boulevard in Fall River’s downtown closed more than 15 years ago.

As 70 new employees in training role-played greeting customers and took turns placing orders and playing diners last week, Zavitz said the franchise group found the city an appealing place to locate, especially with the new SouthCoast Marketplace across the street and the casino that will be opening later this year across the state line in Tiverton. “The city seems to be turning around,” added Zavitz.

Email Linda Murphy at lmurphy@heraldnews.com.

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New French Cookware Allows Outstanding Control

French cookware manufacturer Cristel has launched a new range of professional level saucepans, stew pots, large cooking pots, shallow sauté pans and frying pans.

Designed in collaboration with some of France’s best known chefs, the Castel’Pro range provides an outstanding level of response, giving chefs accurate control on any cooking surface or in any oven.

Castel’Pro cookware features five ply fabrication, produced using a layered combination of 18/10 stainless steel, aluminium and induction stainless steel. This patented process has resulted in the most lightweight five ply cookware available on the market.

The cookware’s thermo-diffusing properties allow heat to transfer rapidly and evenly without the formation of any hot spots. When removed from the heat source, cooling is equally fast.

Other features common to Castel’Pro include:

  • Wide, accurate pouring rims preventing drips or spillages that could result in burning and oxidisation
  • Cast, stainless steel handles that stay cool and are ergonomically shaped for a comfortable grip
  • Handles that are riveted and welded for maximum durability and are able to withstand the most intense use
  • Rounded pans that allow easy access to every part, even with a whisk, meaning that the most delicate sauces and mixtures can be made in them
  • Durable fabrication that will hold its shape in the most demanding conditions

Castel’Pro is available for next day delivery exclusively from KitchenLab UK.





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Today’s best deal: KitchenAid mixers for $230 – Mashable

Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable’s commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission.

Calling all home bakers and wanna be Top Chefs: This KitchenAid mixer is on sale for 44% off, which means you’ll never have to stir anything by hand again.

The power hub can fit over 15 different attachments, but the mixer itself comes with a spiral dough hook, flat beater, and a wire whip to get you started. The included 6-quart bowl can help make large batches of cookies or mashed potatoes at once, and will make literally any recipe easier. There’s a reason these countertop mainstays have been around for so long. 

The KitchenAid Mixer is usually $412.39, but you can get it today on sale for just $230 — a deal that rivals Black Friday pricing. Act fast though. This is an Amazon daily deal and will expire.


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New French Cookware Allows Outstanding Control

French cookware manufacturer Cristel has launched a new range of professional level saucepans, stew pots, large cooking pots, shallow sauté pans and frying pans.

Designed in collaboration with some of France’s best known chefs, the Castel’Pro range provides an outstanding level of response, giving chefs accurate control on any cooking surface or in any oven.

Castel’Pro cookware features five ply fabrication, produced using a layered combination of 18/10 stainless steel, aluminium and induction stainless steel. This patented process has resulted in the most lightweight five ply cookware available on the market.

The cookware’s thermo-diffusing properties allow heat to transfer rapidly and evenly without the formation of any hot spots. When removed from the heat source, cooling is equally fast.

Other features common to Castel’Pro include:

  • Wide, accurate pouring rims preventing drips or spillages that could result in burning and oxidisation
  • Cast, stainless steel handles that stay cool and are ergonomically shaped for a comfortable grip
  • Handles that are riveted and welded for maximum durability and are able to withstand the most intense use
  • Rounded pans that allow easy access to every part, even with a whisk, meaning that the most delicate sauces and mixtures can be made in them
  • Durable fabrication that will hold its shape in the most demanding conditions

Castel’Pro is available for next day delivery exclusively from KitchenLab UK.





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Today’s best deal: KitchenAid mixers for $230 – Mashable

Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable’s commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission.

Calling all home bakers and wanna be Top Chefs: This KitchenAid mixer is on sale for 44% off, which means you’ll never have to stir anything by hand again.

The power hub can fit over 15 different attachments, but the mixer itself comes with a spiral dough hook, flat beater, and a wire whip to get you started. The included 6-quart bowl can help make large batches of cookies or mashed potatoes at once, and will make literally any recipe easier. There’s a reason these countertop mainstays have been around for so long. 

The KitchenAid Mixer is usually $412.39, but you can get it today on sale for just $230 — a deal that rivals Black Friday pricing. Act fast though. This is an Amazon daily deal and will expire.


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