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HGTV addicts, rejoice: We’re going to a home and housewares show

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The International Home + Housewares Show is a chance to see what’s hot in kitchen technology, home design and more.

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Get your Pinterest page ready. This weekend, we’ll bring you coverage of the International Home + Housewares Show, an exhibition of the latest in kitchen appliances, cooking gadgets, home design and all the other accessories you’ll want to save to your “Dream Home” Pinterest board (don’t act like you don’t have one).

More than 2,100 exhibitors from across the housewares industry will attend the sold-out show, which begins Saturday in Chicago. We’ll be at the show covering anything that catches our eye. Here are some of the things we’ve already heard about that you might think about the next you’re in the market for a small appliance:

The Instant Pot effect


Gourmia says its 11-in-1 Cool-Cooker can cook food and keep it cold. 


This year, it’ll be hard to ignore the effect of the Instant Pot‘s wild popularity. We expect that plenty of companies, both large and small, will have their answer to the electric pressure cooker on display. That means multiple products that will mimic the basic functionality of the Instant Pot. For example, Black and Decker will have their own version of the electric pressure cooker. It’s a play that veteran kitchen appliance maker Crock-Pot also made recently.

Some manufacturers are already trying to out-innovate the Instant Pot. Case in point: the 11-in-1 Cool-Cooker from Gourmia, a small-appliance manufacturer. The company says the multicooker handles Instant Pot staples such as steaming, roasting, baking, plus cooking slowly or quickly with pressure. What makes the Cool-Cooker stand out is that it can allegedly keep food cold, too. It can allegedly store items at food-safe temps, then kick into cook mode without you having to lift a finger, Gourmia says.

The elephant in the room is Instant Pot itself. Rumor has it the company is close to unveiling a revamped Instant Pot appliance called the Instant Pot Max. The new model will feature a sleek touchscreen control panel, a motorized stirring arm, and a canning function, The Kitchn website reported. The Max should offer new automatic ways to release internal pressure as well. They might take the form of fast, slow and pulse (perhaps moderately fast).

Coffee makers

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Gourmia’s new coffee makers will have integration with the voice assistants Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and Microsoft Cortana, the company says.


Things are always bubbling in the world of home coffee, but this year a number of brands are due for a product line refresh. For example, Oxo just added a Compact Cold Brew Coffee Maker to its kitchen lineup. They’ll likely have other new coffee products on display at the show.

Gourmia will also push the technology envelope in the realm of drip coffee. The company will showcase its recently announced Pour Over Coffee Maker, which the Gourmia said will support Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and Microsoft Cortana voice-activated assistants. 


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Bartesian, the company that makes the single-serve cocktail machine of the same name, announced ahead of IHHS that small-appliance manufacturer Hamilton Beach will distribute its products.

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Companies also have adult beverages in mind for products they’ll bring to IHHS. Coravin, a company that makes wine bottle openers that are also supposed to keep your wine fresh, will bring a Wi-Fi enabled opener to IHHS. The app that works with the opener is designed to educate you about what you are about to drink and let you keep a catalog of all the bottles you’ve had (some of us might be a little embarrassed with such a record on our phones). Another wine-centric company called iFavine will have a line of decanters that aerates your wine with purified oxygen and connects to an app via Wi-Fi.

Bartesian, a countertop machine that makes single-servings of mixed drinks, has attended IHHS before, but this year the company will return with the backing of small-appliance company Hamilton Beach. The companies say the Bartesian will make it onto shelves by the end of the year. 



“Bird of Paradise” is KitchenAid’s 2018 “Color of the Year.” Some of the company’s countertop products, including its popular stand mixer, will be available in this color.


It’s not all about the tech at IHHS. Product makers also show off updates that are all about the aesthetics. Take KitchenAid, maker of the ubiquitous stand mixer. The company has taken a cue from Pantone and selected a “Color of the Year” for its countertop products. This year, it’s “Bird of Paradise” (pictured above).

Check CNET throughout the weekend and next week for more coverage of this year’s IHHS.

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Thermomix Head of Product Talks Community, Kitchen Gadgets, & Broccoli Salad

If there was ever such thing as an all-in-one kitchen gadget, Thermomix would be it. Over the last few years, it has attracted a cult-like following with its promise to replace over 12 kitchen appliances. From mixing and kneading to chopping, weighing, and steaming, the device lets users create restaurant-quality meals in a fraction of the time it would take with the usual arsenal of kitchen tools. Its German parent company Vorwerk is edging further into the smart home space by adding connected recipes and guided cooking accessories for step-by-step kitchen assistance.

We recently chatted with Dr. Stefan Hilgers, Vice President of International Product Management at Thermomix, to learn more about the appliance’s secret to success, its struggle to enter the U.S. market, and his favorite dish to whip up in his Thermomix at home.

Head over to the Smart Kitchen Summit Europe blog to read the full QA with Dr. Hilgers. 

If you want to hear him speak in person about what Thermomix is doing to further the future of food and cooking, make sure to get your tickets for SKSEurope in Dublin June 11-12th!

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Save Some Serious Cash by Shopping These 15 Home and Furniture Sales This Weekend

March is finally here!

It may not feel like it (especially for the cities that were hit with another winter storm this week) but spring is just around the corner. Daylight saving time kicks off Sunday, March 11, meaning the sunny days spent outside are quickly approaching. It’s always good to give your spaces a deep clean this time of year, but it also doesn’t hurt to give your decor a refresh as well. Whether that means tossing your navy rug into storage in favor of a brighter buy, or finally opting for new patio furniture, these home and furniture brands are here to back up your seasonal spruce — at a serious discount. Here, the best spots to shop this weekend:

ABC Home: Spring Custom Event: Up to 25% off special order upholstery, custom carpet rugs, 10% off all in-stock upholstery; up to 50% off lighting; Transformation Sale: Up to 70% off all sale rugs, up to 50% off furniture.

Bloomingdale’s: Save 20% – 55% on select furniture and mattresses through 3/11.

Container Store: Kitchen Pantry sale: Save 25% off select items.

RELATED: Decor That Does More! Shop These 6 Home Buys That Give Back in Honor of International Women’s Day

Crate Barrel: save up to 20% off outdoor furniture.

Hayneedle: Outdoor Pre-Season Sale: Save on outdoor furniture, fire pits, décor more through 3/25; Stylish Finds Under $199: Save on coffee tables, accent chairs, bar stools more through 3/18; Bathroom Refresh Sale: Save on vanities, storage, medicine cabinets more through 3/18; Kids Bedroom Sale: Save on beds, dressers, desks more through 3/11.

Home Depot: Save up to 25% off with appliance special buys; buy 10 semi-custom cabinets get 20% off.

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Macy’s: Spring Sale: Save on select home, bed bath, kitchen through 3/11; save 30% – 40% kitchen essentials.

Pier 1: Save $15 off purchases of $100+, $40 off purchases of $200+, $100 off purchases of $400 plus with code GETMORE; save 20% off doormats, 25% off wall clocks; Spring Dining Easter Sale: Save 20% off all dinnerware, 30% off indoor dining furniture, 30% off all Easter.

Pottery Barn: Buy More, Save More: Save 15% off $100+, 20% off $500+, 25% off $1,000+, 30% off $3,000+, plus free shipping using code SAVEMORE; save up to 75% off clearance.

Pottery Barn Kids: Buy More, Save More: Save 15% off $100+, 20% off $250+, 25% off $1,000+, using code SAVEMORE; save 20% – 40% off Easter, 20% off beach towels, 20% – 40% off backpacks.

PBteen: Buy More, Save More: Save 15% off $100+, 20% off $250+, 25% off $1,000+, using code SAVEMORE.

Sur La Table: Daylight Savings Event: Save up to 65% off select cookware, entertaining, baking, knives boards, small appliances, cook’s tools, housewares. Save 20% off Breville Fast Slow Cooker, up to 35% off Aerogarden, $50 off Vitamix Explorian, 50% off Francesca Dinnerware.

RELATED: 7 Spring Decorations Under $25 That Will Totally Transform Your Home

West Elm: The Bedroom Wake-Up Sale: Save up to 25% off bedroom furniture; save up to 30% off furniture, 20% – 40% off rugs, up to 60% off markdowns; save 25% off one item + free shipping with code YESWAY.

Williams Sonoma Home: Save 20% off your order using code HOME.

World Market: Our Biggest Dining Sale: Save up to 60% off all dining; save up to 50% off all rugs.

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KitchenAid Artisan® Mini Design Series Stand Mixer Makes a Big …

“The mini stand mixer exemplifies the KitchenAid commitment to making time in the kitchen as enjoyable as possible through convenience and efficiency,” said Nikki Lockett, U.S. Marketing Leader for KitchenAid® Small Appliances. “The space-saving and lighter weight design is ideal for more compact kitchen spaces, and the glass bowl allows passionate makers to keep an eye on their ingredients as they create their culinary masterpieces.”

Twenty percent smaller and 25 percent lighter, the Artisan Mini Design Stand Mixer (KSM3306X, KSM35GB) packs the same performance as the brand’s full-size KitchenAid Tilt-Head Stand Mixer and features an elegant, 3.5-quart glass bowl, which yields five dozen cookies or an entire loaf of bread. Mix, knead and whip with the included accessories.

Most exciting, the Artisan Mini Design Series Stand Mixer is the pinnacle of versatility in both design and functionality. With more than 10 available attachments (sold separately), passionate makers can turn their mixer into the culinary center of the kitchen and make everything from fresh pasta to burgers, veggie noodles and more.

The mixer MSRP is $449.99, available in July 2018, and will be offered in premium, high-gloss finishes including Candy Apple Red, Sea Shimmer, Stellar Night, Sugar Pearl Silver and Frost Pearl White.

KitchenAid is the number one mixer brand in the world.*

*Source: Euromonitor International Limited; Consumer Appliances 2018 edition, retail volume sales, 2012 – 2017 Mixer Category data (includes stand mixers hand mixers).

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MSRP is manufacturer’s suggested retail price. Dealer alone determines actual retail and advertised prices.

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Since the introduction of its iconic stand mixer in 1919 and first dishwasher in 1949, KitchenAid has built a complete line of products designed for those with a passion to make. Today, the KitchenAid® brand offers virtually every essential for the well-equipped kitchen with a collection that includes everything from countertop appliances to cookware, ranges to refrigerators, and whisks to wine cellars. To learn more, visit or join us at and

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