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Thanksgiving is getting close and I am sure you are thinking about all the delicious food you are going to make, but have you thought about your kitchen products that will make your life easier this holiday? From prep to cooking to cleanup, here are just some of the amazing products you need in your kitchen...

All-Clad Stainless Steel Large Roaster with Rack, $129.95

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Wusthof Classic 2-Piece Hollow Edge Carving Knife Set, $99.95

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Boos Maple Edge Grain Cutting Board with Groove, $128.95

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OXO 4 Cup Trigger Fat Separator, $24.95

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Nordic Ware Pie Pan with Domed Lid, $22.50

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Staub Ceramic Two Piece Gratin Dish Set, $49.95

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FusionBrands CoverBlubber Set of Four, $19.95

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For more ideas, check out our Thanksgiving Category. Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

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