It is the Holiday Season and we all need a few ideas of what to give to our friends, family and loved ones. My lists are always related to Food and Kitchen. Everything on my list(s) are things I truly like and can see myself getting.
Here are my top 10 gifts for Him & Her, something for everyone in every price range.
- Miss Amy’s Preserves – $7 – Miss Amy’s Preserves are made and packaged exclusively by hand every week. They only use the highest quality fruits and vegetables and pure and natural ingredients. Great gift that one can enjoy every morning for breakfast.
- Salted Caramels from Jon Boy – $8.99. – These Seattle made caramels are amazing. They are made with local cream, organic sugar, fleur de sel and organic brown-rice syrup by former local Whole Foods employee Jonathan Sue and business partner Jason Alm, these little boxes of 15 or so caramels pack in a whole lot of happiness. Today they are only selling these locally in Seattle, but you can get them online, and let me tell you, you will not be disappointed.
- Italian Glass Bottles – $14 – I love these bottles. They are useful for any liquid. Sever your water in it or your summer lemonade. Or even use them for oil, countertop dish soap, an unexpected vase.
- Mini Holiday Spatulas – $16 – Everyone loves the spatula. Why not have a holiday set as well. Perfect stocking stuffer.
- Sexy Apron starting at $18 – I recently did a whole section on Kitchen Fashion. Here is the best selection for you.
- Recipe T Towel – $19 – Screen-printed tea towel with a favorite winter recipe! Adorable!
- Black Lacy Tracy – $28 – So hip! I love this little server tray. Perfect to serve for your holiday appetizers.
- Recycled Windshield White Wine Decanter – $50 – Toast cool design with this sturdy and stunning white wine decanter featuring an open ice chamber that keeps wine cold without diluting it. And it is recycled!
- Nespresso Aeroccino Plus Milk Frother – $99 – I love m milk frother and use it every day for perfect frothed milk for my lattes.
- KitchenAid Pasta Press Attachment -$179 – You add add it to your KitchenAid stand mixer and make small and large macaroni, bucatini (thick hollow tubes), spaghetti, fusilli (corkscrews) and rigatoni (short ribbed tubes).
- Scotch Candy Bar – $15 – Single Malt Scotch Ganache & Chewy Caramel finished with Maldon Sea Salt. Enrobed in Dark Chocolate. This candy bar is bold enough for Scotch lovers and smooth enough for all chocolate lovers. The combination of Scotch, chocolate, caramel, and salt is unique and delicious.
- Outdoor Wine bottle holder – $15 – Picnics and outdoor parties should be about relaxing. They should not be about “How the heck am I going to get this wine bottle to stay standing up?”
- Recycled Record Coasters – $17.50 – Made of labels cut from the center of classic vinyl records, these hi-fi home furnishings will be a hit with any music lover. The discs are sealed so moisture won’t seep through to the surface. Perfect for the man room.
- All about Bear subscription – $19.95 – All About Beer magazine, which has been voted the “Best Beer Publication” 7 years in a row, entertains and educates beer lovers. Featuring the history and variety of beer. Including methods & traditions of beer making, and the political & social environment that affects the pursuit of beer pleasure.
- YourBars – Starting at $19.99 – Design a custom energy bar perfectly tailored to your personal taste and nutritional needs.
- Recycled Windshield Wine Goblet – $35 – Let your cup bubble over with textured goblets handmade from recycled car windows and windshields. Everyone will be asking about these glasses.
- Salt & Pepper Grinder – $40 – Y have two when one will do? This sleek salt-and-pepper grinder keeps your spices close and handy in a unique dual-chamber design. Very cool and contemporary.
- Cuisinart Electric Rotisserie -$199.95 – By locking in flavor and draining away unwanted fat and grease, this rotisserie provides one of the healthiest – and most delicious – ways to cook poultry, fish, roasts, shish kebabs and more.
- Krups High Performance Deep Fryer – $299.95 – Cooking platters of crispy fried chicken, egg rolls, doughnuts and French fries has never been easier, even for beginners, thanks to the incredible convenience and capacity of this innovative deep fryer. Perfect for family meals, it’s simple and safe to use.
- SousVide – $299.95 – The SousVide Supreme is the world’s first water oven designed to bring the sous vide culinary technique into both home kitchens and smaller restaurants. The term “sous vide” (pronounced soo–veed) is a French term, meaning under vacuum. Vacuum-sealed food is immersed in a water bath and cooked at a very precise, consistent temperature. Great gift for the chef in the house.
Still do not have enough ideas? Here is my previous list from Father’s Day Ideas:
Here is my previous list from Mother’s Day Ideas:
Need more? Here is a link to all my Gift Ideas from pervious posts.
Have other great ideas that are related to Food and Kitchen? I would love to hear about them in the comment section.