The 6 Best Things to Buy from Sur La Table’s Massive Friends & Family Sale

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With the holidays right around the corner, cooking special dinners, baking tasty treats, and checking off your gift list are probably top of mind right now. Well lucky for us, Sur La Table is running a huge Friends & Family through Nov. 16, offering an additional 20 percent off select items with the code FRIENDS20. But wait, it gets better! The deals happen to include some of our favorite small appliances and kitchen tools. So whether you’re shopping for a new Nespresso to wake your mom up on Christmas or some new baking sheets for those holiday cookies, these editor-loved picks have you covered.

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Rated as one of the best cast iron skillets by our experts, the Lodge 12-Inch Skillet is pre-seasoned, so it’s ready to sear that holiday roast immediately and designed for easy care and cleanup. You get all the benefits of cast iron, like heat distribution and retention, but it’s 15% lighter than the classic model, with larger pour spouts and a longer, ergonomic handle.

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Baking sheets are an essential for everything from fries to roasted veggies and yes, of course, cookies. With so many uses, why not grab two? These Nordic Ware sheet pans were rated in Kitchn’s top five best baking and cookie sheets because they don’t warp thanks to their galvanized steel rims. The heavy-duty aluminum base makes everything cook evenly and prevents rust, so you can continue to use these well into your New Year’s keto meal plan prep.

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Speaking of meal prep, Souper Cubes are the product you didn’t know you needed until you tried them and fell in love. Much like ice cube trays, they are excellent to freeze evenly proportioned liquids, but what makes them so unique is the one-cup portion sizes. Individual servings of soups, chilis, or stocks are held steady by the wire-frame rim, and the dishwasher-safe flexible silicone molds make popping out a portion super simple. No funky fish smell from shoving your minestrone next to the cod in the freezer, either! The lid locks out odors and keeps your favorite foods fresh for months.

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If you haven’t invested in a WFH caffeine machine yet, now’s the time. We picked this Nespresso as our favorite model for its ability to produce a consistent shot of espresso, as good as any of the more expensive models. The space-saving design won’t clutter your kitchen, but it will definitely make your mornings better. In only 25 seconds of preheating time, you get a delicious shot in one of two portion size options. Just pop in a pod, put your cup under the spout, and press a button! It’s that easy to perk yourself up for whatever the day brings.

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“Keep it simple” should be this Cuisinart model’s motto. With two basic buttons — “pulse” and “on” — the number of tasks this large-capacity food processor can do are anything but simple. It’s rated one of the best for being able to chop anything from coarse to fine and even smoothly puree. Its motor won’t burn out from trying to knead bread, but it’s gentle enough to chop a mirepoix without pulverizing it. The machine comes with slicing and shredding discs, so you can avoid throbbing hands from trying to make Thanksgiving slaw.

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We love a good Kitchn Essential, and if you’re in the market for an electric kettle, this is it! Whether you’re a coffee or tea enthusiast (or both!), the Fellow Stagg Kettle gives you the ultimate control. With a turn of the knob, you can select your optimal temperature from a balmy 104°F to a boiling 212°F. The LED screen keeps you updated on the selected temperature, the actual temperature, and the heating progress, so you know exactly what’s happening. A built-in Brew Stopwatch times the flavor extraction, and the spill-free spout will make you wonder why you ever bothered to have a barista do it for you.