Philips Soup Maker puréeing machine pouring soup OTOTO Mark-Eat silicone basting brush with jam The Gadget Flow Daily Digest highlights and explores the latest intech trends to keep you informed. Want it straight to your inbox?Subscribe ➜ – Advertisement – KitchenAid Cordless 5 Cup Food Chopper in black on a counter The FinaMill electric spice grinder on a table THAWTHAT! DELUXE Thawing TrayEven with the best of intentions, you might forget to start thawing early enough on Thanksgiving day. That’s no problem with the THAWTHAT! DELUXE Thawing Tray, which thaws meat, ensuring your meal maintains its flavors thanks to its thermal liquid that’s sealed inside. Furthermore, with non-slip silicone feet, it won’t move around. And its built-in drip tray won’t let liquid reach your countertop. OTOTO Mark-Eat Silicone Basting BrushYou won’t need to buy a baster for your turkey when you have the OTOTO Mark-Eat Silicone Basting Brush. This brush looks like a yellow highlighter, but it comes with a useful pump for simple basting. The brush helps you distribute cooking liquids evenly. Heat-Resistant Silicone Cooking Utensils with a cracked egg Philips Smoke-less Grill with Rotisserie Attachment indoor BBQ on a kitchen counter Philips Soup Maker Puréeing MachineWhip up a delicious batch of pumpkin bisque with the Philips Soup Maker Puréeing Machine. This gadget helps you make soups in just 18 minutes and comes with six preset programs. It even makes compotes and milk-based soups. The Saki Automatic Pot Stirrer really gives you an extra hand in the kitchen. This cool product on our list of kitchen gadgets for Thanksgiving stirs your soups, stews, gravies, sauces, and more so you don’t have to. It prevents burnt pots and leaves you free to work on other things.FinaMill Electric Spice GrinderYou want to make sure your Thanksgiving meal is as fresh as possible, and the FinaMill Electric Spice Grinder lets you do just that. This battery-operated spice grinder uses interchangeable pods that you can switch around and even store your spices in. THAWTHAT! DELUXE thawing tray on a wood table June Oven intelligent countertop oven in a kitchen – Advertisement – Heat-Resistant Silicone Cooking UtensilsThe Heat-Resistant Silicone Cooking Utensils add a bit of style to your kitchen. And since they feature durable silicone, these tools can withstand heat from your frying pan and oven. With their ergonomic shape, each one is comfortable to hold. Best Thanksgiving AccessoriesNiNJA Novel Kitchen KnifeThe NiNJA Novel Kitchen Knife is another great item on our roundup of kitchen gadgets for Thanksgiving. This kitchen knife can cut through pretty much anything and is great for chopping the raw veggies you need for that casserole. Each of the knives in this series has a double-edged blade with a titanium coating. NiNJA novel kitchen knife with lemons KitchenAid Cordless 5 Cup Food Chopper Vegetable DicerThere’s just not enough time to chop everything you need to chop on Thanksgiving day. That’s where the KitchenAid Cordless 5 Cup Food Chopper Vegetable Dicer comes in. Rechargeable, it can chop up to 40 onions. If it runs low on battery, use the 10-minute quick-charge feature that gives you enough battery to chop up to 11 onions or enough ingredients for a single large meal. It can even mix, purée, and whip a variety of different ingredients for hearty dishes. Finalizing your Thanksgiving day menu? Don’t forget about your kitchen gadgets. Having the right tools at your disposal can help immensely with your cooking prep. Check out these gadgets for ways you can be ahead of the game this Thanksgiving.Making Thanksgiving dinner is a marathon. To make it to the finish line with your sanity intact, it’s key to prepare some of your food ahead of time. Stuffing, sweet potato casseroles, and pumpkin pie can all be made in advance. So, to help you in your efforts, we’re presenting you with some of our favorite kitchen gadgets to streamline your Thanksgiving prep.Related: 14 Tech-free never-seen-before products to enhance your kitchen- Advertisement – Small gadgets like this butter twister can make all the difference in shaving minutes off your cooking time. You could also splurge and treat yourself to a high-quality stand mixer with enough capacity to mix up to 13 dozen cookies in a single batch! If you’re looking for a way to fast-track your Thanksgiving dinner preparation, check out the gadgets below.Best Thanksgiving GadgetsKitchenAid Pro 600 Series 6-Quart Bowl Lift Stand MixerA good stand mixer is an essential gadget in any kitchen, and the KitchenAid Pro 600 Series 6-Quart Bowl Lift Stand Mixer is an excellent one. It’s bowl can mix enough dough for 13-dozen cookies. It easily mixes light and dense mixtures alike.June Oven Intelligent Countertop OvenThe June Oven Intelligent Countertop Oven is another of our favorite kitchen gadgets for Thanksgiving. This gadget gives you an extra oven, toaster, dehydrator, broiler, and warming drawer. It also comes with over 100 professionally developed programs for automated cooking. Butter Twist all-in-one butter tool on a cutting board Philips Smoke-less Grill with Rotisserie Attachment Indoor BBQIf you want to get a bit more creative with this year’s Thanksgiving meal, try the Philips Smoke-less Grill with Rotisserie Attachment Indoor BBQ. It provides a smokeless cooking experience right from your countertop. Using advanced infrared heating technology, this tabletop grill produces up to 80% less smoke than a traditional grill. And it can heat up in as little as one minute. Butter Twist All-in-One Butter ToolKeep your kitchen tidy while you’re baking with the Butter Twist All-in-One Butter Tool. This gadget holds your butter so you don’t have to, keeping your hands free of grease. The integrated steel cutter slices precisely when you rotate it. It even has markings for each tablespoon, so you get the exact amount of butter you need. Are you ready to blast through your Thanksgiving recipes this year? With the help of these kitchen gadgets for Thanksgiving, you’ll make it to T-day relaxed and ready. What kitchen gadgets do you find indispensable for the big day? Tell us about them in the comments.Want more tech news, reviews, and guides from Gadget Flow? Follow us on Google News, Feedly, and Flipboard. If you’re using Flipboard, you should definitely check out our Curated Stories. We publish three new stories every day, so make sure to follow us to stay updated! Lauren has been writing and editing since 2008. She loves working with text and helping writers find their voice. When she’s not typing away at her computer, she cooks and travels with her husband and two daughters. Saki Automatic Pot Stirrer- Advertisement –
By Joe ChapmanTOP ranked clubs in their respective associations, Georgetown’s Colts and Victory Valley Royals of Linden started their campaign ominously when the 6th Brushes Classic invitational championship began with the Colts recording a comfortable 71-56 win over Pepsi Sonics, while Victory Valley Royals dominated Retrieve Raiders with a 96-56 blowout, Saturday night at the Mackenzie Sports Club hard court.Among those to witness these opening matches were President of the Guyana Amateur Basketball Federation, Nigel Hinds, along with Monty ‘Tanner’ Profitt, the tournament’s major sponsor; former senior national standouts, James and Mike Brusche and Auric Tappin, all of whom now reside in the United States and are home specifically for this sixth biennial tournament which has at stake $300,000 for the winners, $200,000 for the losing finalists, and $100,000 for third place, along with several other trophies and prizes.Nigel Hinds Financial Services are also on board as a sponsor of this year’s Brusches Classic. .Colts and Royals disposed of their opponents to move smoothly into the semifinals which will be played on Friday at the tournament venue–the MSC hard court.In their opening game it was the Sonics who took an early lead when the first quarter closed out with them ahead 17-14, but the response by Colts, the reigning National Club Champions was a 22-15 performance-run which pushed them into the lead at half time 36-32.Pressing on their familiar run at opponents resulted with the third quarter looking familiar for the Colts who maintained control 55-42 before the final scores reflected some solid performances as the Colts won 71-52. This was behind a top score of 16 points from Dennis Niles, who also collected seven rebounds and two steals, Timothy Thompson contributed 14 points while Shelroy Thomas and Shane Webster added 13 and 12 points, respectively.M. Richards and D. Lewis each had 13 points for the Sonics.In the other game Royals showed early form to dispatch Retrieve Raiders by a 40-point gap, winning 96-56 after leading 17-13 when the first quarter ended and doubling their opponents’ second quarter showing 28-14 to take command at half time, 45-27.By the end of the third period it was 68-37 and they accelerated to a final score, 96-56 in the end to breeze past their opponents.Their captain Chris Williams showed them the way with 20 points, five rebounds and two steals, while the returning Alwyn Rodney netted 19 points, Harold Adams got 17 points, five steals, five assists and two blocks while Trevor Profitt added 13 points in the process.Only a 16-point game from Omally Sampson, Alexander Rose with 14 and Duel Montrose with 13 points, four rebounds and three steals made an impression for the losers.
Black Stars defender Jerry Akaminko has completed his switch from Turkish lower division side Manisaspor to top-flight club Eskisehirspor in a 3-year deal worth €1.35mThe 24-year-old centre-back signed a three-year deal with the top-flight side from relegated Manisaspor.Reports in Turkey claim Eskisehirspor paid 1.35 million Euros for his services.Akaminko’s sterling performance earned him 28 appearances for Manisaspor in last season’s Turkish Super Lig but the club were relegated at the end of the season.Akaminko has spent four seasons in Turkey with his first club being Orduspor in the Turkish second-tier.In June, he scored on his Ghana debut in the 7-0 win over Lesotho at the Baba Yara Stadium in a 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifier.