Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Last Minute Gift Guide: For a Foodie

1.) Le Creuset Trivet- Link here. Trivets are one of those things you don't know you need until you're hosting and take something out of the oven to serve and boom- you don't have anything to put it on! These elevate the experience for serving appetizers or a buffet-style dinner party. Also, how could you even choose from these beautiful color options?!

2.) Nespresso Vertuo Coffee and Espresso Machine- Link here. This machine is an affordable luxury for any coffee drinker. It makes coffee, lattes, espresso, cappuccino, etc. It's sleek and cranks out really good coffee. If you know someone who frequents coffee shops or appreciates the diversity of options this yields- this if for them!

3.) Williams Sonoma Striped Towels- Link here. I have been using these towels for years and they hold up nicely and look timeless with the stripe details. Giving a set of kitchen towels with color coordinating oven mitts or apron is always a fun gift to give.

4.) Epicurean Cutting Board- Link here. This is an excellent board and a practical upgrade for worn out plastic ones some cooks just can't bring themselves to replace. There are a variety of sizes which make it nice to gift a set from small to large. Alternatively, just one board with a recipe card attached (of one of your favorites) would add a nice touch.

5.) John Boos Reversible Cutting Board- Link here. The best boards I've ever worked with. Lasts a lifetime if you take care of it properly and looks stunning to keep on your counter. Most cooks will recognize this board and be over the moon to receive one!

6.) Recipe Cards- Link here. Shameless plug. I cherish family recipes and flipping through my mom's recipe binder with her handwriting and notes scribbled throughout provides so much nostalgia for me. Yes, in a world of digital recipes and Pinterest, these seem outdated but gosh these are special. With a variety of prints to choose from you are sure to find a beautiful option to gift or use as a stocking stuffer.

7.) Lodge Cast Iron Skillet- Link here. There is no less expensive but durable cookware than cast iron. It goes from stovetop to oven to table and can be used for sweet or savory dishes. You can't go wrong with this skillet! Include a little tag on the handle with proper care and maintenance instructions.

8.) Nielsen Massey Vanilla Bean Paste- Link here. This is just one of those gifts that are so fun to receive! It's definitely a luxury to have good quality vanilla and if you're gifting for someone who loves to bake, they will appreciate this. I much prefer the paste for the beautiful flecks it contains in baked goods.

None of these are sponsored in any way. Some of the links are affiliate which means I earn a commission on purchased items.

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