26 November 2013

What to Buy: A Foodie

Gizzi's Kitchen Magic Cook Book | Gok Cooks Chinese Cook Book | Cole & Mason 16 Jar Spice Carousel | Cath Kidston Santa Double Oven Gloves | Vintage by Wayne Hemmingway Carnival Cake Storage | Next Set of Four Platinum Glimmer Wine Glasses | Joseph Joseph Elevate Knives Carousel Set | Emma Bridgewater Biscuit Tin | Cath Kidston Daisy Rose Flour Shaker | Cath Kidston Provence Rose Bowls | John Lewis Polly's Pantry Measuring Cups

I often think the foodies are the easiest to buy for because there are so, so many options out there. You only have to walk into the kitchen section of John Lewis to flooded with ideas, and don't forget Lakeland plus all the homeware sections of the High Street, like Next and Cath Kidston.

If they love trying new things then cook books make for a love gift. I've given a lot of cook book gifts in my time, and they've always been well received especially if you pick a famous chef or one of the pretty books then they could be displayed or proudly shelved with their favourite books.

Are they a baker? Perhaps they love to bake cakes, cookies, brownies and goodness knows what else then maybe a selection of cake tins would be the perfect gift. Or maybe the famous Emma Bridgewater biscuit tin would brighten up a kitchen. I absolutely love this Cath Kidston flour shaker too. This would make for a beautiful addition to any kitchen.

I personally think that if you know the friend loves cooking then a spice rack is a lovely gift. I think that these can really add to any kitchen, and i think they're a really homely touch. You can buy these in loads of different ways, for example: the one above is a turnstile one that swivels around, which are my personal favourite, and it comes with refillable jars so you can choose what you want to add. You can also buy the turnstile racks with actual spice jars, like the ones you buy from the supermarket, and they just click into place.


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