Thursday, December 10, 2015

RDtipoftheday's Gift Guide for your Chef, Baker, or Foodie Friends: Under $10

The Christmas season can be hurried and rushed. Sometimes, we lose focus on what's important. This season should be a time to be thankful and remember our foundation for hope.

If you are like me, I sometimes take on too much, get too busy, and miss the importance of this season. What I'd like to do is help free up some of your time. Be a helping hand. Over the next few days, I'm sharing some gift guides for your favorite chef, baker, or foodie friend. My hope is that these gift lists will be a time saver. You can find great gifts for your family and friends. And, have more time to focus on the season. Merry Christmas!


Cooking Tools 

These make a great gift. You can choose from siliconewood, or nonstick. Some of my favorites come from William Sonoma and Crate & Barrel.

Kitchen Towels

I LOVE kitchen towels. It seems like you can never have too many. I love the size and absorbency of the towels I recently got from Crate & Barrel. They make a great gift and really cute gift wrap.

I love this steamer basket from World Market.  It is stainless steel and turns any pot into a steamer. It works great steaming vegetables. This is a great gift for someone working on eating healthier or someone with a small kitchen. This steamer is compact and under $5!  

Measuring Spoons

Every chef and baker needs measuring cups and spoons. Why not get cute ones? Anthropologie has really cute sets of cups and spoons. I also love my stainless steel measuring spoons from William Sonoma.


Special Ingredients
Some spices and herbs are expensive, but they can make a great gift. I like gifting pure vanilla extract or vanilla beans, homemade spice blends, or herb plants make great gifts. Considering gifting a rosemary, basil, lavender, or thyme plant for your favorite foodie.

4 ounces Vanilla Extract; Image via Wikepedia

Please note this is not a sponsored post. I'm simply wanted to share some of my favorite tools and products with you to save you time and focus on having a Merry Christmas.

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