Christmas Gift Guide | For the Foodie

If you’re a foodie like me, or if you have friends and family who love spending time in the kitchen, this is a Christmas Gift Guide that you’ll want to check out. From Cookbooks to Kitchen Gadgets I’m sure you’ll find something you’ve been looking for.

The Spice Companion | Food52 $40
The Spice Companion | Food52 $40

If you want to learn more about spices, then a signed copy of The Spice Companion is a must.

Cooking for Jeffrey | Food52 $35
Cooking for Jeffrey | Food52 $35

“The couple that cooks together, stays together.” This book is a perfect selection for your favorite foodie couple.

Four Teas Gift | Harney & Sons $19.99
Four Teas Gift | Harney & Sons $19.99
Harney & Son's Sampler | Harney & Sons $14.95
Harney & Son’s Sampler | Harney & Sons $14.95
Pumpkin Jacquard Kitchen Apron | Sur la Table $17.46
Pumpkin Jacquard Kitchen Apron | Sur la Table $17.46
Checkered Linen Kitchen Apron | Sur la Table $49
Checkered Linen Kitchen Apron | Sur la Table $49
Baker Mini Bowls | Crate & Barrel $2.95ea
Baker Mini Bowls | Crate & Barrel $2.95ea
10 Piece Glass Nesting Bowls | Crate & Barrel $29.95
10 Piece Glass Nesting Bowls | Crate & Barrel $29.95

If your friend or loved one is a foodie who loves to make pictures while they create their dishes, having bowls to photograph both ingredients and the final dish, both glass bowls and colorful ones are the way to go.

Copper Utensils Set of Four | Williams Sonoma $59.95
Copper Utensils Set of Four | Williams Sonoma $59.95

Tools for the serious foodie.

Garlic Press | Williams Sonoma $19.95
Garlic Press | Williams Sonoma $19.95
Afternoon Chocolate Fix | Dean & Deluca $49
Afternoon Chocolate Fix | Dean & Deluca $49
Why not select some goodies from around the world from Try the World's shop, or give a gift subscription.
Why not select some goodies from around the world from Try the World’s shop, or give a gift subscription.

Stay tuned, next Tuesdays Christmas Gift Guide promises to be warm & cozy.

~theavidpen

1 Comment

  • Reply Melinda December 13, 2016 at 10:21 am

    That spice book looks like a good resource!

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