For the Gourmet

Wednesday, November 20, 2013


Botanik Teak Salt Cellar with Spoon, $39 // Le Crueset 3.5 Quart Round French Oven in Spinach, $230


Perfect for sprucing up your parents' kitchen or outfitting your baby brother's first place, this guide is full of cooking luxuries big and small. Single origin chocolate is a sweet treat for neighbors, teachers and friends, and I'm always delighted to dig into a new cookbook. You can make your favorite gourmet's dreams come true with a classic Le Crueset, but I also love the idea of bringing some local honey and famed clothbound cheddar to kick off a holiday supper!


Still feeling stumped? Try a Fairtrade chocolate Advent calendar, a Whole Foods gift certificate (always much appreciated), a few tins of Harney & Sons tea and a matching mug, or an herb wreath perfect for cooking holiday meals!

11 comments:

  1. great list! im tempted to get h some honey...he loves it on toast with butter! xo jillian - cornflake dreams

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  2. the honey & cheddar gift sounds fab!

    always, koru kate

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  3. great round up. I am sure any foodie would love these gifts. Especially that le creuset - my favorite thing in my kitchen these days.

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  4. I almost put the Julia Child cookbook on one of my gift guides! Also, I have that Le Creuset pot on my own wishlist.

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  5. i am loving these gift guides! please tell me we have many more to look forward to :)

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  6. Ya'll are the sweetest! Ashley, we've still got gifts for the men in your life and goodies to fill a bar cart to come!

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  7. Oh my - this has 'me' written all over it!

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  8. Sara, you and I are kindred souls! This has me written all over it too!!!

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  9. Oooh...I'll take the whole lot!

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