It’s here! The best gift guide for foodies and cooks for under $20! As I do every year, I’m presenting a few of my favorite things . . . I’ve hand picked some really cool and super fun gifts for your foodie and cooking friends and family this year. I’m sure they’ll all be a hit (I either have them or want them!), and they’re all less than $20!
As always, I’m featuring a handful of things from UncommonGoods, among other places. UncommonGoods never disappoints when it comes to cool, unique items. So I am thrilled they’ve sponsored me again this year to include them in my gift guide.
While I’m sharing cooking and foodie related things below, UncommonGoods also offers other fabulous finds in their Christmas gifts collection here and here. And my son found some great things for my husband — he told me they have really awesome “dad stuff.” 🙂 There are examples here and here.
UncommonGoods aims to feature unique designs and handcrafted gifts that are created with thoughtfulness about the environment and without harm to animals or people. Their mission is to support and offer artists and designers a place to share and sell their craft. They also have a Better to Give Program, which allows one to select a non-profit organization to receive a $1 donation from them at checkout. They have donated over $1,000,000 since it was created in 2001. Gotta love that!
There’s something here for everyone from the novice cook to those who are more experienced in the kitchen — and those who are just into food.
Let’s get shopping, shall we?
1. Dessert and Baking Salts from UncommonGoods – $19
This gift box of uniquely spiced salts kicks your favorite desserts up a notch.
2. Stackable Mason Jar Measuring Cups from UncommonGoods — $14.95
This is such a stylish addition to your kitchen accoutrements.
3. Himalayan Salt Vertical Chicken Roaster from World Market — $19.99
A roasting cone that cooks chicken from the inside out while imparting amazing flavor.
4. Hickory Smoked Honey from UncommonGoods — $16
Drizzle this over dishes to add a smoky sweetness that’s over-the-top delicious!
5. Cooking Techniques with Olive Oil from Amazon — $9.75
By Mary Platis & Laura Bashar, this is one of my favorite books! You’ll be cooking with olive oil in ways you would have never thought possible!
6. Clongs from Dreamfarm — $19.95
Clongs are click-lock tongs that open with the push of a click-button, & they have a clever bend in their handle to sit them up off the counter, which can also be used to rest them on the edge of your pan. Brilliant!
7. Gourmet Grilled Sandwich Basket from UncommonGoods — $14.99
Grilled sandwiches with melting cheese! Yes please! Grilling is foolproof with this basket, & it’s perfect for campfires & barbecues alike.
13. Tree Ring Serving Board from Uncommon Goods — $19.95
A beautiful, distinctive serving board made with end grain sections of Robinia wood. It’s so lovely for cheese, fruit, or small appetizers.14. Supoon from Dreamfarm — $11.95
The most amazing spoon ever — it scrapes pans & bowls clean, it has a deep scooping head, it measures teaspoons & tablespoons, & its clever handle design is like having a built-in spoon rest so it can sit up off the counter.
15. Gianni’s Find Foods Vinegars — $12 to $20 ea.
From sweet to savory, barrel-aged vinegars are blended with brilliant flavors to create one-of-a-kind vinaigrettes & marinades. They’re divine tossed in salads, with steak, or drizzled over ice cream! Chipotle-Garlic Balsamic & Strawberry-Blood Orange White Balsamic are just a couple examples.16. Heat Conducting Scoop from UncommonGoods— $19.99
This scoop is the best for ice cream! Even if ice cream is frozen solid, serving with this will make it totally effortless.
Please note that the prices for all of the above items are current as of November 22, 2016, and will likely change over time.
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