Today only, at World Market, all cookware, ceramic bakeware, platters, cutting boards, prep gadgets and more are 50% off! Plus all table linens are 20% off if you are hosting over the holidays. I went over this morning and got a ton of stuff for only $58! Below is what I got, plus some stuff I saw and really liked!
AND here is a 10% off coupon you can use to save even more on your purchase! Clicking the link, will automatically take 10% off your cart!
I love the deep sides on this, and that it comes with a lid. This is something I really needed, and it’s a good size.
This is my favorite! You can bake in this, and then use the lid as a trivet when it comes out of the oven. Or maybe you are taking something to a holiday pitch-in, just bake in here, and place the lid on. Perfect for traveling.
Mine were just in bad shape, so I stocked up!
$8.49: I have a great apple crisp recipe coming soon, that I’m going to bake in this.
$8.99: Had to have this because…gold! And I don’t have many mixing bowls. It’s so pretty you could even serve chips, a salad, etc. in it.
$6.99: I actually picked these up to put with a host gift.
$3.99: I have one of these, and it’s always dirty, so I picked up another. Can’t beat the price, and mine has held up for years and in the dishwasher.
$14.99: This is huge, and I am going to use it for a charcuterie or cheese board. I love making these, and this is perfect for that. Would also be a great gift!
$9.99: I already have this, it’s huge, and a great platter! Plus I love white platters for serving food. It really allows the food to shine : )
$12.49: I saw this in store, and it’s a great size, and perfect for serving your turkey, or ham this holiday season.
$7.99: This is so fun for hosting, plus make a great host gift!
$17.49: This is another fun gift and it makes great popcorn.
$22.36 for a set of 4.
$19.99 – $24.99: These aren’t on sale, but still a great price. I have two sets of each, and they are perfect for hosting. I hate using paper plates, so these are my go-to. Plus I can store on a shelf in the basement year round and bring up when we need them.