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Walmart deal: Save more than $200 on this KitchenAid’s Juicer

Why spend so much money on expensive juices at the grocery store, when you can make your own juice for a fraction of the price? 

The KitchenAid Easy Clean Juicer can handle all of your juicing needs and it’s now on sale for only $99, which is more than $200 off its retail price. (!!!) The juicer features a 3-in-1 adjustable pulp screen and its unique feed chute requires less prep work because it’s big enough to take in an entire apple. This means less chopping and peeling before you even start. 

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The juicer also features multiple speeds for harder, tough-to-blend fruits and veggies, as well as settings for softer ones like mangoes and berries. It’s drip spout was also specially designed to capture all the juice in a pitcher or glass instead of the counter.

Walmart customer Madihabib writes: 

“I’m glad I bought this juicer. It’s quite, feels and looks very awesome, very well made, very user friendly, very easy to clean but, it’s too big to sit on my kitchen counter or fit in the cabinets… so every time I need to use it I just take it out of my pantry but I’m not complaining… it’s awesome…. will recommend it to family and friends.”

Normally, the KitchenAid Easy Clean Juicer retails for $299.99, but now Walmart slashed its price to only $99. That’s a huge $200.99 off, so you could use those savings to buy as many fruits and vegetables as you’d like!

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Good Land Wing Co. coming to old Cold Stone Creamery on Oakland and Locust

Today in “Well, it’s kind of an ugly day but some ice cream would be good anyway, so let’s drive over to Cold Stone Cream…wait…it’s closed?!” news, the Cold Stone Creamery on Oakland and Locust (2907 N. Oakland Ave.) is closed. According to signs plastered all over the joint that we somehow missed until today, it’s set to be replaced this fall by Good Land Wing Co.

So what’s the deal with Good Land Wing Co.? According to its website, the upcoming spot is “a new type of wing restaurant with healthy eats.” Also, “Guilt free wings!” and “No fryers allowed!” seem to be things. The menu includes classic wings, boneless wings, “naked boneless,” skillets and popcorn chicken, plenty of appetizers and sides (Mac Cheese Wedges!), and lots of chicken-based salads and wraps. Oh, and there’s a trailer!

In other recent Oak Loc news (note: no one ever calls the area Oak Loc), Blaze Pizza opened last December, Black Rose Irish Pub closed in May, and that beat-up Cousins Subs is going to become a big apartment complex. Oakland Gyros still rules, and so does Thai Kitchen.

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11 Essentials for Dining Outdoors All Summer Long

Corynne Pless, original photo on Houzz

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$25000 fireworks show to highlight July Fourth Extravaganza

You can always park in a shopping center across Interstate 40 from the Mohave County Fairgrounds and watch fireworks on the cheap, but to save $5, you’re missing out on a carload of fun at the July Fourth Extravaganza starting at noon.

Like the ladies’ frying pan toss where women will be hurling 8-inch cast iron skillets for accuracy and distance. Drunken husbands are optional as targets, joked Tim Woods, general manager of Mohave County Fair Association.

There’s a horseshoe tournament and barbecue cook-off, Fourth of July staples in Oklahoma where Woods was raised. Other fun events include a cornhole tournament, Kingman Fire Department tug-of-war, water slides, dunking booths, watermelon-eating contest, games for the children and beer garden for the adults, all for $5 a carload (contest entry fees and water slide wristbands are an additional $5).

“Everybody paid $3 to park last year for half an hour and then they leave,” the fairgrounds manager said. “You pay $5 a carload to get in like you did at the drive-in movies, and just have fun. You’re going to get dirty and sweaty if you’re tossing horseshoes or playing cornhole.”

Chillin’ on Beale Street is bringing 35-40 classic cars and trucks for display inside the Exposition Building, an opportunity for folks to take a break from the heat in an air-conditioned facility.

Fireworks are going off between 9:15 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., said Keith Eaton, assistant chief of Kingman Fire Department, which is overseeing the pyrotechnics. It’s going to be a great show, Eaton promised, with $25,000 in fireworks to be launched into the dark desert sky.

Woods wants to turn the Fourth of July celebration into what it was 100 years ago in Kingman. About 10,000 people looked at photos he posted on Facebook of celebrations from the 1890s and early 1900s.

“They had a parade and horse races and foot races. The Hualapai Indians came down in their wagons all decorated. They had a rock-drilling contest … just getting more history into the Fourth of July here,” Woods said.

Stockton Hill Feed will have an area for teaching people how to rope, he added.

Not only will people have fun at the July Fourth Extravaganza, they’ll witness the progress Woods has made since taking over as general manager of the Mohave County Fairgrounds in October. He’s cleaned up the landscaping, just finished painting the outside of the Exposition Building and spent the last week fixing up portable ticket booths with insulation, sheetrock and air conditioning.

“That’s just for the comfort of the Soroptimist ladies, so they’re not baking like a turkey,” Woods said of volunteers who staff the booth. “You can’t ask somebody to just sit in there and swelter.”

Big Nick’s and Hooch’s and possibly one other barbecue business will set up at the event, along with snow cones and various other snacks, but Woods said he didn’t want all the vendors that show up at the Mohave County Fair.

“This is a Fourth of July celebration. It’s not a big shopping mall,” he said.

Attendance is expected to be 700 to 1,000, and anyone who pays to attend Cerbat Motosports’ Tuff Trucks, motocross and scramble races at the fairgrounds are admitted to the extravaganza for free.

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I Only Want to Own Tortoiseshell Accessories

Only part of the author’s vast tortoiseshell collection.

Did you know that tortoiseshell cats (called “torties”) are almost exclusively female? Some other little-known tortie facts: They often have hot-tempered personalities (called “tortitude”), and are considered tokens of good luck in Ireland and Scotland.

In a way, you could call me a tortie: I anger easily, have two X chromosomes, and decorate myself more or less entirely with tortoiseshell-patterned accessories.

I always have. I bought a set of tortoiseshell barrettes from J.Crew in elementary school, wore tortoiseshell glasses through high school and college, and have delighted at the recent spate of acrylic tortoiseshell accessories: earrings made by designers like Alexandrine Paris and Jennifer Matchett, a tortoise version of the perennially popular Cult Gaia bag, and tortoiseshell patent-leather slides from Maryam Nassir Zadeh.

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Competitive Intelligence on Ceramic Cookware Global Market with focus on (Residential, Commercial)

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In this report the Ceramic Cookware Market is valued (valuation provided in sample report) million in 2018 and is expected to reach USD (forecast provided in sample report) million by end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of (percentage provided in sample report) annually between 2018 and 2025.

Salient features of the Ceramic Cookware Market Research Report

Geographically the leading manufacturers, exporters, and retailers(if applicable) around the world are analyzed for this research report. Below are the business entities covered in the report:
Le Creuset
GreenLife Cookware
Conair Corporation
Oneida Limited
Healthy Ledgend Cookware

On the basis of product, this report displays the production, revenue, price, market share and growth rate of each type, primarily split into

By Application, the market can be split into

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North America
Southeast Asia

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Global Ceramic Cookware Market Professional Survey Report 2018

Chapter 1: Ceramic Cookware Market Overview
Chapter 2: Ceramic Cookware Competition by Players/Suppliers, Type and Application
Chapter 3: United States Ceramic Cookware Market(Volume, Value and Sales Price)
Chapter 4: China Ceramic Cookware Market(Volume, Value and Sales Price)
Chapter 5: Europe Ceramic Cookware Market(Volume, Value and Sales Price)
Chapter 6: Japan Ceramic Cookware Market(Volume, Value and Sales Price)
Chapter 7: Southeast Asia Ceramic Cookware Market(Volume, Value and Sales Price)
Chapter 8: India Ceramic Cookware Market(Volume, Value and Sales Price)
Chapter 9: Ceramic Cookware Players/Suppliers Profiles and Sales Data
Chapter 10: Ceramic Cookware Manufacturing Cost Analysis
Chapter 11: Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers
Chapter 12: Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders
Chapter 13: Market Effect Factors Analysis
Chapter 14: Ceramic Cookware Market Forecast (2018-2025)
Chapter 15: Research Findings and Conclusion
Chapter 16: Appendix

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