Gift Guide for the Cook

Gift Guide for the Cook

It’s that time of year again. You’re decorating your Christmas Trees, making a mess of the kitchen baking up a storm, and stringing twinkling lights on, well everything. It is also that time of year that we are hunting for the perfect gifts for our friends and family. Which is why we have brought to you a Gift Guide for the Cook.

This is a gift guide for the person in your life that loves to cook. Every item is practical but also looks great in any kitchen, matching everyones decor. The items range in price from as inexpensive as $20 and up. Some of these items make great stocking stuffers while others are truly luxury items.

Gift giving is one of my favourite things in the world. Finding the perfect gift for each person on your list is something I always look at as a challenge. For me, the best moment is the person’s face when they open their gift. It is the best feeling when you know they love the item that you picked out, especially when you have put a lot of thought and time into picking it out.

 

Gift Guide for The Cook

 

1. Pizza Stone | 2. Mini Oven Mitts | 3. Eat What You Love Cookbook | 4. Candy Thermometer | 5. KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer | 6. Always Pan | 7. Salt and Pepper Mills | 8. Spoon Rest | 9. Charcuterie Board | 10. Apron

Our Favourite Gift Guide Items

Some of the items are included in this gift guide for the cook are Gluten Free Treats and Eats topped used items in our kitchen. We love having spoon rests accessible while we are cooking, and this marble and wood one is functional while being trendy. Oven mitts are so so important was cooking and baking, and these mini oven mitts are great to keep in arms reach. My favourite part about the mini style are that they fit my smaller hands perfectly, without being too bulky and risking dropping heavy or hot items.

Our most used cookbook in our kitchen is Danielle Walker’s Eat What You Love Cookbook. This cookbook is completely grain free and also has dairy, egg, and nut free options. Whoever you gift this cookbook to is bound to find some recipes they love and will come back to again and again. The last item that we use constantly in our kitchen is a good quality charcuterie board. We absolutely love making meat and cheese spreads, or even dessert spreads. Having a couple of different sizes of charcuterie boards in your kitchen is great, so you can pick the size based on the number of people you are entertaining. Charcuterie boards are so versatile and a great item to gift to anyone who loves to cook and entertain.

Gift Guide for the Cook 2020

We hope you love this gift guide for the cook as much as we do. We feel confident that any item you purchase off this gift guide for the cook in your life, they will love it. If you’re looking for more gift ideas, check out a mother’s day gift guide we created in the spring. As well as keep an eye out for up coming holiday gift guides.



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