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2014 Gift Guide

2014 Gift Guide
First off, sorry about no post on Monday. On Sunday I contracted a horrible cold, complete with sore throat, runny/clogged nose, weakness and headache. And it lasted for 3 days. But on to more pleasant things, like Christmas.
I did the shopping for you!

I have compiled for you a list of gifts that I’m sure would please the cooking enthusiast in your life. I either own and cherish or desperately want need these things (hint hint Reuben).

I have arranged these from most to least expensive. Items marked with an * are ones that I own and love.

2014 Gift Guide, Set 1
Copper Pitcher ($88) – Who wouldn’t want a copper pitcher?!
Frieling Stainless French Press ($79.95) – Make your coffee in style.

Copper Dutch Oven ($76.99) – I’m a bit obsessed with copper. 
Berry Colander ($48) – I’ve been eyeing this one for a long time.
Mignon Kitchen Goodies Box ($40) – A sampling of things from the lovely Mignon Kitchen.
*Olive Wood Cutting Board ($39) – I have the smallest size, which is sold out.
Donna Hay New Classics Cookbook ($37.87) – I love all things Donna Hay.
*AeroPress Coffee Maker ($30.20) – Best cup of coffee I’ve ever made. 
Wooden Cookbook Stand ($30) – Keep your cookbook/tablet upright in style. 
Ittala Bowl ($28) – Another that I’ve been eyeing for a long time. I love the design!
*Fino Pour Over Kettle ($26.70) – This is the best kettle I’ve ever used. It’s small, but it’s all I need.

2014 Gift Guide, Set 2

Letterpress Recipe Cards Set ($25) – I love letterpress. 
Global Salt Trio ($25) – For someone with a refined palette. 
*Chef’s Torch ($24.97) – Every cook needs a torch. Amen.
*Weck Jar Set ($18) – These are some of my most loved items.
Wooden Measuring Spoons ($17.99) – These are just adorable.
*Garlic Twist ($17.50) – This makes mincing garlic so easy. Helen likes to do it for me.
The Nourished Kitchen Cookbook ($16.76) – Reuben’s mom has this. It’s definitely for someone that’s more adventurous in the kitchen, but it’s lovely. 
Boulder Mug ($16) – I own a more squat version of these and them to DEATH.
Fugi Blossom Rice Bowls ($15.96) – Does a girl need an excuse to own more bowls? No.
The Einkorn Cookbook ($15.76) – I really want to read this one.

2014 Gift Guide, Set 3
Chopstick Noodle Bowl ($14) – I’ve always wanted a chopstick noodle bowl.
Printed Enamel Mug ($14) – For the blogger in your life. 
*Silpat Baking Mat ($13.89) – This is just so classy.
No Filter Mug ($12.99) – For the Instagram lover in your life.
Stainless Steel Smoothie Straws ($11.97) – I have some similar to these, and I love them. 
Stainless Steel Lunch Box ($9.99) – Pack your lunch with flair. 
Paper Cheese Bags ($9.64) – Another one I really want to try. It kinda hurts to store cheese in plastic bags.
Bamboo Sushi Set ($7.98) – For the sushi enthusiast. 
*Chocolove Almond and Sea Salt Bar ($7.50 – much cheaper in stores) – This flavor is heavenly.
Mini Spatulas ($6.50) – Because you always need more of these.
Bamboo Storage Bowl ($5.99) – So retro. 
Mosaic Tea Tins, set of 2 ($5.98) – These would look so cute sitting on the counter.

What’s on YOUR Christmas List?

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