I love to give gifts that encourage healthy habits while also being a perfect match for their interests. This gift list is great for anyone on your list that might be looking to spend more time in the kitchen experimenting and having fun!
Antique Carving Set
Go for luxury and lavish by splurging on a perfect carving set. Sure, they are only used a few times a year, but they add a special theatric to meals, elevating a roast to the next level without adding more work for the cook. Make sure to get a sharpening stone to help your cook keep their carving set in top-notch condition.
Find It: Browse your local antique shop, or scroll around on Etsy, eBay or EBTH for something out of the ordinary.
Square ladles are the best for getting into the corners of your pot, scraping up those last little bits. Bonus: square ladles make it easy to pour and serve! But they are hard to find, making this gift extra thoughtful without breaking the bank!
Small Wire Whisk
These handy little whisks are perfect for all sorts of jobs around the kitchen, especially those that seem too small for a big balloon whisk. Great for gravies, or whipping up a sauce for dinner, or making scrambled eggs.
Find It: Flea markets and garage sales, or on Amazon ($4.99)
Immersion blenders are one of those appliances that most home cooks believe they can live without. But they are great for making creamy soups, mayonnaise and just about anything. It’s great for all those tasks that seem too small or too much work for a countertop blender.
Find It: Look for the Breville BSB510XL ($90 on Amazon)