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For those who love to cook: kitchen essentials (and some very beautiful non-essentials) that are perfect for gifting.
Not all home chefs are alike. Some love their appliances, others are cupboard minimalists. Some embrace new tech, others would rather kick it old-school. But this gift guide has it all: from the lastest and greatest kitchen gadgets to traditional (but just as stylish) wares, here’s you’re ultimate inspiration for that special person in your life who loves to cook.
Stylish, compact and quiet, the Ode brew grinder ($420) from Fellow is known for its predictable and precise grinds—because pre-coffee there’s no time for guessing games.
It’s not delivery, it’s a wood-fired outdoor pizza oven ($1,999) from Gozney that’s engineered to help beginners and pro chefs alike whip up a restaurant-worthy pie from the comfort of their homes.
Making pesto never looked so stylish. This Holbox mortar and pestle ($275) is handmade in Mexico by woodworkers from Veracruz and Mérida and stone carvers from Puebla. It’s inspired by the historical roots of the Mexican people and the beauty of the raw materials native to the region.
Sourced from the founder’s family farm in Alberta, this yuzu and berry honey ($17) from Chandler is raw, creamy and eat-by-the-spoonfulable—although we also love it stirred into a G&T.
This Plisse vacuum jug ($156) from Alessi is inspired by fashion and architectural design and features a sculptural surface that appears like pleated fabric. It’s double-insulated so it’s equipped to handle your eggnog or peppermint hot chocolate with ease. shop.vanspecial.com
The Everything pan ($140) from Kilne is non-stick enough to fry eggs oil-free and still far too pretty to hide away in a cupboard. It’s shown here in sage, but minimalists will love it in meringue and peppercorn.
For more 2022 holiday gift ideas, read our Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide.
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