This Hidden Section of Macy’s Site Is Filled with Deals on Le Creuset, Staub, and More Top Brands

published Feb 25, 2022
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It’s no surprise that here at Kitchn, we love a good Macy’s sale. They’re constantly slashing prices on editor-favorite kitchen brands and reader-loved essentials (like their brand new All-In-One Pan that has been practically flying off the virtual shelves!). However, in addition to their amazing sales, their website now has an under-the-radar section full of great deals. The Macy’s Great Home Values page is a new collection of some of the retailer’s best prices. Basically, this should be the first place you visit if you’re in the business of buying new kitchen appliances, tools, cookware, and more. Included are top brands like Cuisinart, Le Creuset, and Ninja, with so many kitchen essentials like air fryers, Dutch ovens, and blenders. 

Because there are hundreds of kitchen items included, we’ve gone ahead and selected some of our favorite picks, like a top-of-the-line espresso machine and one of the most powerful immersion blenders we’ve ever tested from Vitamix. And while you’re at it, you should check out the entire Great Home Values section and see what other deals you can shop for your kitchen!

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Ah, the Le Creuset Dutch oven. You can’t go wrong by investing in one of these classic beauties with its gorgeous enameled cast iron design that’s chip- and crack-resistant. This French-made oven is the ultimate soup, stew, and chili pot, but it also will be great for making roasts and one-pot dinners. You’ll also love the large handles for a sturdy grip, and the smooth interior that’ll clean easily.

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As one of our favorite immersion blenders (not to mention one of the top tools we tested last year!), this Vitamix immersion blender will be your ultimate soup-making tool. After testing, we dubbed it the most powerful immersion blender we'd ever used because we were able to create silky-smooth soup in under one minute, make mayonnaise in a few seconds, and blend a fibrous smoothie with no issue. It’ll be worth every penny because of how versatile and powerful this handy tool will be in your kitchen.

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If you’re a regular toaster user, then you’ll want to upgrade to a model like this Cuisinart toaster. It can accompany regular slices of bread as well as larger artisan slices, thick loaves of banana bread, large bagels, and more. It also has auto-adjusting toasting grids that can detect smaller slices so it won’t burn. And, it will self-center your bread or bagel in order to perfectly toast any shape and size.

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Who doesn’t love a do-it-all appliance? This Ninja air fryer oven does so much more than air fry because it’s also a convection oven and toaster oven in one. You can do everything that a traditional air fryer can do — fry, roast, broil, bake — as well as toast, dehydrate, and keep food warm. When you’re done, it actually flips up so you can store it vertically rather than taking up a ton of counter space.

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We’re obsessed with the Staub covered baking dish, so it’s only natural that we’re in love with this under $35 Staub ceramic rectangular baking dish. It has a beautiful porcelain finish that won’t scratch or stain and is safe in the dishwasher, microwave, and freezer (in addition to the oven of course!). At 1.25-quarts, it’s perfect for cheesy sides or fruit-filled cobblers and is gorgeous enough to be taken straight from the oven to your table.

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Feel like a coffee pro at home with this fancy Breville espresso machine. You can use it to grind beans using the conical burr grinder and then brew an expert shot of espresso using the adjustable temperature options. It also has a hot water outlet for making tea or Americano drinks, and you can use the steam wand to froth milk for lattes, cappuccinos, and flat whites. And don’t even get us started on how pretty it will look on your counter or as part of a DIY at-home coffee station.

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We love that this Cuisinart kettle has all the convenience of an electric kettle with the classic look of a stovetop kettle. It can hold an impressive 1.7 liters and is powered by 1500 watts for quick boiling action. And it couldn’t be easier to use — just fill and press the button!

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Made in France, this traditional cast iron skillet is quite the multitasker. Its enameled, black matte interior allows for impressive searing (sans sticking). Whether browning chicken breasts, frying bacon, or caramelizing onions, this pan does it all. The even heat distribution makes for excellent cooking, while the higher, straighter sides translate to less splatter on your stove.

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Known for their restaurant-quality stainless steel cookware, Demeyere is a name you can trust in your kitchen, especially with this sleek saucepan. Coming in at 4-quarts, it’s a great versatile size for making small batches of soup or delicious homemade pasta sauce. It has amazing heat conduction and retention thanks to the five layers of aluminum. And, it has drip-free rims so you won’t have to worry about making a mess when you pour. Although it’s not cheap, it’s an investment-worthy professional-quality saucepan that you’ll use over and over again.

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It’s no surprise that Vitamix is the brand behind our favorite blender on our yearly Essential Tools list. While there are several models to choose from, this Vitamix A3500 is one that can really do it all. It has a pulse option and five program settings, specifically designed for smoothies, hot soups, dips and spread, frozen desserts, and a self-cleaning mode. It also comes with a range of containers that your blender can self-detect so you can make various batch sizes. These containers are great for serving and then storing without having to dirty another dish.

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Add this absolute powerhouse to your kitchen gadget lineup. The 12-cup Cuisinart food processor has a huge 4-cup bowl, plus several attachments for accomplishing a range of food prep tasks. There’s a stainless steel slicing disc, reversible shredding disc, large and small chopping and mixing blade, dough hook, and a spatula. You’ll be shocked by how much you can do with this small appliance, whether making salsa or pizza dough.