Do you know someone that loves to cook and need some unique gift ideas? I pulled together a list of tools, ingredients and classes to inspire your culinary gift giving.
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Everyone needs nifty cooking gadgets like this 5-in-1 Uni-Tool. It is a slotted spoon, a solid spoon, a spatula, a turner and has a cutting edge.
This may not be unique, but it is definitely useful. A sharp quality knife is actually safer than a cheap dull one. Knives and knife sharpeners can make thoughtful gifts for the foodie on your list.
Another not so unique, but very useful item is cookware. These quality aluminum pans are made in the USA with no harmful chemical coatings and are built to last for generations.
Silicone baking mats like these keep your baked goods from sticking and make clean up a breeze. And they are reusable so they are good for the eco-friendly folks in your life as well. Add in a good spatula and cooling racks to please any cookie baker
Give them a gift of gourmet Pizza Nights with a pizza stone (pictured below), pizza peel and pizza cutter.
An apron can be a fun choice.
Cooking is messy, help them clean it up with some fun kitchen towels like these extra large chalkboard cotton towels.
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Foodies know fresh, quality spices and spice blends can be critical to a dish's success. Make a little gift basket with several blends from SpicesforLess. (try the Berbere or Chaat blends for something exotic, or classic Italian or Creole blends). Add some spice jars like these for attractive storage and easy access.
Treat them to a gourmet dine at home meal with this Wild Alaskan Salmon Dinner for Two. Or have some smoked salmon sent their way for the to prepare as they see fit.
Buy them a pre-packaged DIY kit like this tasty Risotto Kit
For the BBQ lover, consider a BBQ Box subscription with a monthly delivery of barbecue sauce, rub, wood chips and snack chosen by Myron Mixon (of BBQ Pit Masters fame). They also have one time purchases of sauces, rubs and wood chips.
Do you know anyone who would love cooking classes from Gordon Ramsey?
This Masterclass features 20 videos of Gordon Ramsay teaching everything from basic knife skills and kitchen layout to making pasta and the classic Beef Wellington. And you can upload videos to get feedback from the class (and maybe Ramsay himself!).
I hope you find some ideas for your loved ones. Or maybe some things to add to your own wishlist.
I need that 5-in-1 Uni Tool! This is a great list of items to help in the kitchen. Thanks for sharing at the Ultimate Pinterest Party last week. Can't wait to see what you link up this Friday!