Friday, December 11, 2015

RDtipoftheday's Gift Guide for Your Chef, Baker, and Foodie Friends: Under $30

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!

Serving Ware
Do you have a friend that loves to entertain? Give them something to entertain with. I love this wooden cake stand from Target. You could also use a marble board, cheese plate, or piece of slate as a gorgeous backdrop to your food.

Cutting Boards
Cutting board come in a variety of materials including wood, plastic, butcher block, or bamboo. They come in many shapes and sizes. They are super practice and can also be used to serve foods.

Cast Iron Pans
I love cast iron pans. They hold heat well and are pretty enough to display. It's great to get a great sear on meat or cook cornbread. Bonus: Cast iron pans actually add iron content to your food.

Image via Wikipedia

Salt and Pepper Sets
For the hostess or chef that seems to have everything, salt and pepper sets are a great buy. They come in a variety of shapes and materials; check out this one with copper. They can be fancy or kitschy.

Images via Google images

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

Does your favorite chef, baker, or foodie have a role model? I love watching the Food Network. If you know your friend's favorite chef or baker, consider getting them a cookbook authored by their role model.

Images  on left via Wikipedia

Recipe Box
Give your favorite foodie a place to keep their recipes. Here's a wooden one from Crate & Barrel. Rifle Paper company has cute, metal recipe tins.

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