Lifestyle & Parenting

Kiss the Cook: A Culinary Holiday Gift Guide

December 14, 2012

Budding and expert chefs alike will adore these contributions to their
culinary collection.

Have fresh herbs handy all the time with this windowsill-friendly
planter ($39.95,,
complete with built-in reservoir so your plants are never thirsty.

Create tasty cocktail experiments with a pack of Scrappy’s Bitters
($26.95, BYOB) in four
sample-size flavours; pair with a bottle of our favourite Victoria
(750 mL, $49.95).

The Spice Trader’s Ottolenghi spice box ($50,
is geared at fans of the London chef’s latest cookbook, Jerusalem,
and includes eight spices, including less-common sumac, baharat and

Giftees with a homemade juicing or latte habit will adore the Cuppow
which turns Mason jars into spill-free cups. Buy on its own or as a bundle
($21), complete with a knitted insulator and jar.

For perfectly sliced produce to up the aesthetic appeal of our salads
and garnishes, we’re lusting after this mandolin ($34.99, Kitchen
Stuff Plus

You can never go wrong with Le Creuset; to secure your invitation for a
bowl of homemade soup come cold weather, this gorgeous stock pot ($150, The
) is a safe bet.

Kat Tancock


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