Chickadee Says: Holiday Gift Guide for Foodies

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Holiday Gift Guide for Foodies

Hello Darlings!

As a self-proclaimed ‘foodie’ I have a running list of things that I would love to add to my kitchen and entertaining collection. From kitchen gadgets, to silly little whimsical touches, the list is constantly evolving- mostly being added to because, quite frankly, I don’t have self-control when it comes to buying toys for cooking! The items on this gift guide are favorites of mine that I am sure will please any food lover on your list!

1. Hippo Salt and Pepper Shakers from Pottery Barn

I have a thing for salt and pepper shakers. A whole collection, actually. These little cuties are the next ones on my to-buy list. I love the heft of this series of shakers, I have the pigs already and they are always a hit when decorating the dinner table!

2. Olive Wood Mortar and Pestle from Crate and Barrel

No kitchen is complete without a great mortar and pestle. I this version for its gorgeous grain that is made from sustainable wood as well as how smooth it is, perfect for grinding herbs and spices like rosemary (because who wants a stick in their soup?!)

3. Customized Cutting Board by Etsy Shop The Cutting Board Shop

Any home chef will have a slew of cutting boards at their disposal, but most likely very few that they want to show off. Having a customized board is such a fun addition to the kitchen that also doubles as a serving platter or cheese board for when company comes over!

4. Gourmet Flavored Sea Salt from Etsy Shop Trio3

I can think of at least five different types of salt in my kitchen at the current moment. Different kinds of salt can make or break a dish. Giving a fun trio of gourmet flavored salt is a fun indulgence any chef would love!
5. Musée de Thé Glass Teapot from Teavana

A beautiful glass teapot is a welcome addition to any kitchen. From showcasing beautiful herbal teas and flowering teas, to decorating a table you cant go wrong with a glass teapot with artistic lines.

6. A Spiralizer

With gluten-free, paleo, and carb-free eating having gained traction in the culinary world as of late more and more veggie ‘pastas’ have become the norm. And this pasta is not just a diet food. It is delicious, and fun, not to mention a great way to get kids to eat their vegetables. I loved using my mom’s spiralizer to make my Butternut Squash and Zucchini Pasta with Dilled Vinaigrette, and I’m sure the foodie on your list would love one too! 

What is on your foodie holiday list? Let me know in the comments below!

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