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Happy Friday! I have a fun roundup of favorites for you today – five things in my kitchen that I’m loving. They decrease in price as you go through the post, starting with a big appliance and ending with a sweet treat!
#1 New Range
I am not one to do research or really spend any time analyzing details for things like this. I just knew I wanted a flat top stove with quick boil and some kind of self clean feature for the oven. This one checked all the boxes!
I really like the quick boil feature – it’s just on one burner but it’s perfect for impatient people like me! I’m using it any time I want a pan or pot to get hot quickly. Which is like all the time.
The toaster we received almost 11 years ago as a shower gift had served us well and needed to be replaced. I really can’t believe it lasted that long – we eat a lot of toast! I replaced it with this stainless steel toaster from Walmart.
My favorite feature about this one is the “frozen bread” setting. I store a lot of our bread in the freezer so I can just pull out a slice or two at a time. It does a great job evenly toasting frozen bread in just a couple of minutes.
I am in love with this skillet! It’s nice and deep, which reduces splatter on the stove top – but I think it’s the color that I love the most. 🙂
Instagram’s targeted marketing got me on this one! The angle of the bowls is supposed to reduce neck strain and keep them from getting sick after eating. So far I haven’t seen a huge improvement in the sickness but I do think it’s better for them overall.
I love how sleek and modern they look. Plus how cute are the little kitty silhouette shadows on the wall?
#5 A Nostalgic Treat!
I heard months ago that my local grocery store was going to start selling Clearly Canadian, and they finally came in stock! Back in the 90’s I used to order these at Olive Garden. The taste is pure nostalgia – and a pretty delicious one at that!
At my store you can purchase them individually, which is perfect. But I think you can get them in larger quantities at some World Market stores or maybe Walmart.
I hope you had a great week! Thanks for stopping by the blog today – I’ll see you back here on Monday!