Oprah's Favorite Things Through the Years
See a selection of Favorite Things featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show
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November 17, 2011
' 'With more than a pound of moist, top-quality, free-range, cage-free chicken, this all-meat Chicken Pie is unlike any other pie you've ever tasted. Each pie is made from a secret recipe and baked inside a light, flaky crust with a delicious, creamy gravy (extra gravy is included). A portion of the proceeds goes to Cape Abilities, a nonprofit organization supporting people with disabilities in Cape Cod.
$27.50 | CentervillePies.com
"I'm happy to say that we're introducing the O, The Oprah Magazine app.
It's a sampling of our issue—including a behind-the-scenes video of Tyler Perry and me before our interview."
"I love my iPad so much, I never leave home without it. I've got pictures, music, the news, and, of course, books."
O, The Oprah Magazine app free, plus $1.99 per issue (or $19.99 for a year's subscription) | apple.com
From $499 for iPad | apple.com
"When you get your very first Le Creuset pot, it feels like you've made it to the big leagues. I use mine to make my mother's famous chili. Just seeing it on my stove reminds me that becoming a great chef is still possible."' ' —Sheri Salata, Executive Producer
$599 | LeCreuset.com
"I'm famous at Harpo for my 'homemade' brownies, which I give as gifts or bring to the office just because. In the spirit of Favorite Things, I decided to share my secret: a sensational Baker's Edge pan that gives every brownie crispy edges. We showed it to Oprah last year, and she went crazy for it. In fact, to this day she has not stopped talking about this pan."' ' —Ally Poll, Assistant to Supervising Producer
$50 | BakersEdge.com
It's the device Oprah calls "the ultimate camera from the ultimate camera-makers." The Nikon D3100 has all the bells and whistles a camera pro would want—including hi-def video—but it can also be a simple point-and-shoot.
"I was on Oprah and Gayle's cross-country road trip in 2006, and at some point Oprah said she liked panini. What can I say—in 11 days, you cover a lot of topics. When I saw this panini press, I thought of her. Soon the whole office was lining up for my sandwiches."' ' —Brian Piotrowicz, Coproducer
$120 | Williams-Sonoma.com
"I win the record for most cupcakes given in a single year. If you're sick I send them, if you're well I send them. If you lose a job I send them, if you get a new job I send them. If you have a baby—if you want a baby—whatever's going on, the cupcakes are coming!" - Oprah
Starting at $55 for 9 cupcakes
"A dermatologist we had on the show sent this to me, and I loved it. It's like an electric toothbrush for your face. Oprah loved it, too, but someone neglected to charge the brush before airtime, so when she went to demonstrate it, the thing didn't work! Errrrr!"' ' —Lisa Morin, Senior Supervising Producer
Starting at $119 | Clarisonic.com
"The only jams I have in my house are Sarabeth's. I love every flavor she makes, but the orange-apricot marmalade is the one I reach for first."' '—Oprah
$35 | Sarabeth.com
Rich, shimmering corals and golds give your complexion a glow, while
brilliant aquas and greens make eyes sparkle. The true beauty, though,
is in creating more than just a pretty face: Five percent of proceeds go
to the TRAFFIC.org, which works to ensure that trade in wild plants and
animals is not a threat to the conservation of nature.
$78 each | chantecaille.com
The Nike Free Run+ is the latest version of Nike free-running footwear. It is designed as a training tool to mimic the foot’s natural motion while delivering cushioning, traction and protection from the elements.
"It's the next best thing to being barefoot. It weighs next to nothing."
Starting at $85 for running shoes
"Anyone who knows me will tell you I love soap. These great big giant bars have the most beautiful Art Deco packaging, and they smell fantastic. They've been staff favorites for years."' ' —Jill Barancik, Senior Supervising Producer
$18 each, $33 for a box of three bars | lafco.com
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