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9to5Toys Last Call: Daydream View VR Headset $15, Best Buy 3-Day Sale, V-MODA Crossfade Wireless Headphones $99, more

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You’ll also find our daily coverage of the coolest new gear and gadgets from across the internet along with our New Toy of the Day, product reviews, giveaways and app sales. Head below for today’s top deals and most interesting new products in the world of tech and beyond…


Last Call Updates:

Google’s Home Hub + two Home Minis are priced at less than Black Friday: $129 (Reg. up to $250)

The Google Daydream View VR Headset makes for a fun Christmas gift: $15 shipped (Reg. $50)

Best Buy’s new 3-day sale has last minute Apple, Sonos and Philips Hue gifts

V-MODA Crossfade Wireless Over-Ear Headphones hit all-time low at $99 (Reg. $150+)

9to5Toys Gift Guide: Patrick’s must-have gaming essentials

9to5Toys Gift Guide: Alison’s favorite beauty buys for under $20

9to5Toys Gift Guide: Ali’s Top Fitness Apparel Accessories

9to5Toys Gift Guide: Justin’s favorite gifts for musicians

9to5Toys Gift Guide: Trevor’s favorite low-cost tech essentials

9to5Toys Gift Guide: Blair’s favorite smart home must-haves

9to5Toys Gift Guide: Simon’s favoritetech gifts for banishing clutter


Score a Ring Video Doorbell Pro plus Chime Pro and 3rd Gen. Echo Dot for $180 ($330 value)


Amazon Echo Link arrives today delivering Alexa to your audio system, amplified version in 2019

Synology’s latest DS1819+ NAS is expandable to 18-bays, offers up to 32GB RAM, more

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The Carnegie will kick off the holiday season on Saturday with one-of-kind artisan market – User

On Saturday, The Carnegie is once again kicking off the holiday season with its one-of-a-kind artisan market.
Open from noon–5 p.m., The Carnegie’s Holiday Artisan Market will feature an array of activities for the whole family including children’s crafts, and holiday movies playing in the Otto M. Budig Theatre. Those looking to pick up gifts for loved ones can feel good supporting independent artmakers while purchasing unique items from area artists in the Ohio National Financial Services Main Gallery.


“The Artisan Market is one of our favorite events of the year,” said Maggie Perrino, Theatre Director at The Carnegie.

“It gives us a chance to share our beautiful building, support artists, and offer the public a unique shopping experience that gives back to the community. It’s really what the holiday season is all about.”
Among the artists participating in the Holiday Artisan Market include:
· Barbara Baxter – Pastel and watercolor art pieces as well as unique and vintage art objects
· Mary Effler – Handmade jewelry and ceramic ware
· Marian Paolo – Holiday décor and ornaments
· Deb Obermeyer – Hats, gloves, scarves, and other apparel made from Alpaca fiber derived from the alpacas on her farm
· Tami Seurkamp – Handmade greetings cards, jewelry, magnets, and keychains
· Holla Prochaska, The Glorious Ladies of Preservation – Paper goods such as wrapping paper and journals made from repurposed, marbled paper
· Ken Page – Cow paintings and cutouts
· Jennifer Monceaux – Handmade ceramics, silk scarves, stained glass, and jewelry
· Connie Nuxoll – Novelty earrings, picture bracelets, croqueted kitchen accessories, and stuffed animals sewed by hand
· Ali Armstrong, Curious Concoctions – Handmade personal care items like artisan soaps, salt soaks, beard and facial oil, lip balm, and aromatherapy body and linen mists

Admission to The Carnegie’s Holiday Artisan Market is $5, $15 for families of four. Tickets are available in advance at or by calling The Carnegie Box office at (859) 957-1940 Tuesday – Friday noon-5 p.m.
The Carnegie is located at 1028 Scott Boulevard in Covington. Gallery hours are Wednesday – Saturday, noon – 5 p.m. during exhibitions. For more information, call (859) 491-2030 or visit The Carnegie’s website.

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Get it or regret it: Ridiculous prices on kitchen must-haves at Walmart’s Black Friday sale

Walmart has literally thousands of truly insane deals today. To help you navigate the choices — and get your kitchen in gear for the holidays — we’ve hand-picked the 10 best buys. And with most of these deals, you get free 2-day shipping so you don’t even need to trek to the store. From fun gadgets like Nostalgia’s electric quesadilla-maker, for just $11, to countertop workhorses like Ninja’s ridiculously powerful smoothie machine/food processor, for a whopping 50 percent off, you’ll be stocked up for the season and then some!

Farberware Nonstick Round Copper Waffle Maker

Get a handle on that waffle obsession with this stainless steel gadget featuring a non-stick copper coating for easy cleanup (and no precious waffle bits left behind). An indicator light lets you know when it’s time to indulge.

Shop it: $10 (was $40),


Magic Bullet 7-piece set

If you haven’t yet boarded the Magic Bullet train, here’s your chance at 70 bucks off. This trusty unit uses stainless steel cross blades to chop and blend fruits and veggies into ultracreamy and nutrient-packed smoothies in a ready-to-go cup. Includes a short cup for goodies like salsa and guac too.

Shop it: $20 (was $90),

FoodSaver FM2000 manual vacuum sealing system and starter bundle

An awesome deal at $64 off! This literal food saver vacuum-seals bags to minimize freezer burn and spoilage. Great for those bulk-shopping trips and for storing seasonal food long-term. Bonus: This set comes with two 11 x 16 vacuum-seal rolls.

Shop it: $56 (was $120),


Nostalgia EQM200 electric quesadilla maker

A unique gift for the cooking-gadget-obsessed person who has just about everything else. This quesadilla maker creates six perfect little triangles in minutes and has a latch to accommodate thick-stuffed creations.

Shop it: $11 (was $25),

Aerolatte Mooo Milk Frother with travel case, cow print

This adorable handheld gizmo froths any type of milk (including almond, soy and rice) in 20 seconds or less. Sure, it’s great for cappuccino and hot cocoa, but it’s also amazing for omelets, custard, soup, dressings and meringue. Two AA batteries included.

Shop it: $12 (was $32), 

Cuisinart Cool Creations ice cream and yogurt maker

Ideal for the frozen-treat junkie on your list: This makes two quarts of ice cream, gelato or sorbet in 20 minutes flat! All you need to do is add ingredients and press a button. Reviewers raved about its ease of use and the tasty recipes included.

Shop it: $90 (was $119),


Galanz 25-bottle premium wine cooler 

Free up space in the fridge while keeping bottles at the perfect temperature, ready for pouring, with this sleek unit complete with a stainless door to match appliances. Two adjustable feet accommodates uneven floors.

Shop it: $90 (was $137),

The Pioneer Woman 5-quart slow cooker in Fiona Floral by Hamilton Beach

With this gorgeous slow cooker designed by blogger and TV personality Ree Drummond, who needs blooms on the countertop? This beauty is big enough to hold two 2-pound roasts or a 4.5-pound chicken. The glass lid lets you check in on dinner without losing heat.

Shop it: $15 (was $45),

Ninja Supra Kitchen blender system with food processor

This 1,200-watt powerhouse with super-sharp blades rips through ice without missing a beat, resulting in incredibly fast smoothies. The included food processor bowl is great for making dough or mashed potatoes. Reviewers absolutely loved this machine.

Shop it: $85 (was $170),

Farberware single-serve brewer

For the price of two cappuccinos you can have an entire K-cup coffeemaker! This personal machine brews one cup at a time and also holds a 20-ounce travel mug. Great for family members who get up at different times and need that instant coffee fix (who doesn’t?).

Shop it: $10 (was $60),


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The best gift ideas for the chef in your life, starting at $4

From the amateur determined to nail Julia Child’s bouillabaisse to seasoned pros on their way to executive chef status, we all have a cook in our lives.

This holiday season, surprise these chefs with a kitchen gift they’ll love, no matter what your budget. From a high-tech sous-vide cooker to an understated salt cellar, we’re certain these picks will be welcome additions to any chef’s kitchen. There’s even a top-rated $4 stocking stuffer that anyone who spends time in the kitchen will appreciate.

Ahead, 11 incredible kitchen gifts the cook in your life will use over and over again.

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You need this pink Christmas tree in your life: Shop the best and brightest holiday accessories

Sure, we all know the holidays are merry and bright. But why not push the envelope this year and make them super-bright?

It feels warm and fuzzy to break out the same decorations year after year, but it’s also fun to add a little pop to your repertoire now and then. We gathered 10 bold holiday accessories for all around the house, including a hot pink Christmas tree, a sequin throw pillow and a candy cane bath mat. All will make this holiday the most unforgettable one yet!

Color-Changing LED Tea Lights




White tea lights look pure as the driven snow, but these get the party started. The set of 12 LED lights gives off a festive color-changing glow.

Shop it: Color-Changing Battery Operated LED Tea Lights, $9,

Led String Lights TechRise

Wrap this flexible copper wire around house plants, furniture, wreaths or the front door — it’s waterproof, so you can use it indoors or outside. You can even leave it coiled inside a glass jar.

Shop it: Led String Lights TechRise, $8 for 10 meters,

Reversible Sequin Plush Christmas Tree

Toss this sparkly pillow on the sofa and guests will be mesmerized flipping the sequins from red to green — and back again.

Shop it: Reversible Sequin Plush Christmas Tree, $13 (was $16),

Colorful Peacock Faux Linen Tree Skirt

This peacock-inspired tree skirt would be the ultimate base for jewel-colored (think turquoise, emerald, sapphire) ornaments.

Shop it: Colorful Peacock Faux Linen Tree Skirt, $52 (with code TOPPICKSZAZZ),


Decomantra Green Tree LED Neon Light

This funky neon light would look cool as a centerpiece or on an entryway console as a wild welcome when you walk in. Takes 3 AAA batteries (not included).

Shop it: Decomantra Green Tree LED Neon Light, $17,

Candy Cane Pattern Bath Mat

Stepping out of the shower will feel more refreshing than ever thanks to this cushy microfiber bath mat. A great shot of color for an all-white bathroom.

Shop it: Candy Cane Pattern Bath Mat, $24 (was $29),

Festive without being kitschy, this cotton pillow feels minimalist and artsy. Use it on an armchair that needs a little TLC.

Shop it: Nothing Like Christmas Throw Pillow, $48 (was $70),

Hot Pink Artificial Christmas Tree

Hot pink branches plus 70 pink LED lights equal a blast of fun holiday spirit. Go heavy on the silver, white and turquoise ornaments for a snazzy colorway. At 3 feet high, this is perfect as a second tree — perhaps in a bedroom or den?

Shop itHot Pink Artificial Christmas Tree, $88,

Shatterproof Ornament Wreath

Hang this on your front door and no other exterior decorations are needed. Best part: no shedding!

Shop it: Shatterproof Ornament Wreath, $20,

Candy Cane Tea Towel

You decorate other rooms, why not the kitchen? These candy cane tea towels trimmed with pompoms will sweeten up that utilitarian space.

Shop it: Candy Cane Tea Towel, $20 for two,

Read more from Yahoo Lifestyle:

• Walmart’s 20 Days of Deals is here: Shop insane deals on TVs, kitchen appliances and more  
• Merry and bright: Add some sparkle to your home for the holidays
• 9 fantastical gifts for that unicorn-obsessed kid in your life

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Top KitchenAid Black Friday & Cyber Monday Deals for 2018: The Consumer Post Compares the Best KitchenAid Artisan Mixer & Appliance Deals

BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Deals specialists at The Consumer Post have researched the best
KitchenAid Classic Plus, Artisan series mixer Black Friday Cyber
Monday deals available to shoppers in 2018. Here’s their top choices:

The best KitchenAid mixer deals:

Note: Black Friday Cyber Monday sales run for a limited time. Check
the Amazon
Black Friday Cyber Monday page
for their full range of
live deals.

Holiday sales specialists at The Consumer Post round up the best online
deals on a wide range of products during the holiday shopping season.
They are updating their website throughout the holiday season with their list
of the top Black Friday Cyber Monday deals for 2018

KitchenAid produce a range of high quality kitchen products including
blenders and stand mixers. The Artistan Tilt-Head and Classic series of
stand mixers are commended for their powerful motors, adjustable speed
and variety of add-on accessories.

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Say cheese: cooking in the age of Instagram

You know the feeling: you have been an age in the kitchen, your stomach hasn’t stopped rumbling and you are starting to go dizzy with hunger. Clearly, it’s time. Time to take a photograph, that is.

If the entire point of eating these days is to accrue social media likes, then pasta company La Famiglia Rana looks set to capitalise. It has released a luxury fresh pasta kit specifically geared towards Instagrammers, with prices starting at £10 and proceeds going to the charity FoodCycle. Along with your pasta, inside each box is a plate, a wooden spoon, a set of fresh ingredients and a guide by the chef Skye Gyngell on how to make this all look beautiful on your plate. Also included is a photograph of two attractive people completely ignoring their food (and each other) while they point their phones at their meal, which I assume is meant to be aspirational but has the unfortunate side-effect of making you despair for the human race.

Antonella Rana, who helped put the kit together, says it is her way of bringing quality ingredients to an increasingly visual medium. “We are in an age where people prefer to give everything to the eyes,” she says. “We wanted to create something that was easy to make so that nobody had to decide at the crossroads – eyes or stomach. We could be the bridge between both.”

I get to test the kit, and you can’t argue with the quality. Fragrant bunches of marjoram, slabs of pecorino romano, a paper bag of fresh girolles – it feels like opening something luxurious, if a little overblown for what is essentially a meal of fresh pasta. There’s also something confusing about the kit – it has a plate for one, a recipe for two and enough ingredients for about four. This is more a posh recipe box than a serious social media dweller’s toolkit. Gyngell’s instructions are brief, and largely focus on things you probably knew already: don’t overcrowd your plate, save some fresh herbs for decoration at the end.

Still, I find it useful when it comes to suggesting accessories to make my meal look pretty – a line of walnut shells by the plate, for instance, or a plump bulb of garlic – and it doesn’t take all that long to take a decent picture before I tuck into mushroom and ricotta tortelloni with walnuts and chilli.

The food tastes good. But do kits such as this not risk us focusing on the visuals at the expense of the eating? “There is a risk,” acknowledges Rana. “But Italians can help here, because we love food so much that we can never accept that a picture could destroy it. My suggestion is three, four seconds for taking the picture … and then with the rest of the time to eat.”


It will probably take more than a pasta kit for you to master the art of photogenic food. For more inspiration, here are the Guardian food team’s best Instafood follows of the year.

German pastry artist, cook and photographer Karin Pfeiff-Boschek posts shots of lattice-topped pies with stunningly intricate geometric designs. From now on, your bake will never look ambitious enough if it doesn’t feature scalpel-cut seasonal leaves and flowers.

Graphic, showstopper cakes with an 80s Memphis-movement style, by London fashion accessories buyer-turned-cakemaker Alison Dunlop. They taste amazing, too.

British-Iraqi baker, stylist, writer and photographer Safia Shakarchi was inspired by baking kleicha (cookies) with her grandmother, as well as time spent in Madrid and Melbourne. Travel and food meet in a carefully composed feed with a Kinfolk-style palette.

Skye McAlpine’s enviable Venetian kitchen, with its Insta-famous pink wall and market-fresh northern Italian ingredients, produces food we want to cook – and a life we want to live – time and again.

Author and blogger Ed Smith can always be relied on for great captions and restaurant recommendations, not to mention the cooking of British seasonal side dishes (his forte). Well worth following his newsletter for inspiration galore.

A London-based food photographer and one-time chef, Joe Woodhouse is a go-to for those after seasonal, vegetarian cooking ideas and beautiful styling. He’s also quite the natural wine buff, if you’re into all that.

Follow Georgina Hayden, once a recipe developer for Jamie Oliver, now a stylist in her own right and the author of Stirring Slowly, for dreamy kitchen interiors and brightly coloured bowlfuls you always want to eat.

Hands in the air, the filling’s all there. A man on a mission to eat and review everything sandwiched between bread or bun, whether it’s from a high-street chain or the latest street-food phenomenon.

Culinary polymath Anja Dunk – author of Strudel, Noodles and Dumplings, preserver and even printmaker – is our feed of choice for family food stories and the shabby chic kitchen shelves of dreams.

Every breakfast and brunch, from waffles to shakshuka, tasted in spots all around the UK and abroad. Philosophy: breakfast is so much more than smashed avo on sourdough.

Cake by Alison Dunlop. Photograph: @ard_bakery

Skye McAlpine’s kitchen table. Photograph: Instagram/@skyemcalpine
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