From a beautiful ceramic rice cooker, to cool, wooden tasting spoons — here are 12 amazing gifts for the cook who you think has everything. Now that you have my 2017 guide of 20 Cool Gifts for Foodies and Cooks for Under $20, I’m sharing my fabulous 2017 list of gifts for the cook who you think has everything. These unique picks vary in cost.
I’m featuring a handful of things from UncommonGoods, among other places. They never disappoint when it comes to fun, rare items. So I am thrilled they’ve sponsored me again this year.
UncommonGoods features gorgeous designs and handcrafted items made 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.
Let’s take a look . . .
1. Flameware Stovetop Saucepan from UncommonGoods — $75
This beautiful clay pan can go on a gas or electric burner, move from the stove top to the oven, and you can serve with it too.
- Roost Long Handle Tasting Spoons (set of 6) from Mod-ish — $45
These spoons are handcrafted with different beautiful woods, with a food-safe vegetable oil finish.3. Soapstone Pots with Copper Handles from UncommonGoods — $110 – $115
These cool pots can go directly from the oven to the table.4. Countries Monthly Gift Box from Try The World — $29 – $39/month, depending on how many months are gifted.
A curated selection of ingredients, drinks, and snacks—from a new country every month. 5. Olive Wood Nesting Bowls (set of 6) from Globe In — $89
These gorgeous bowls come from a Tunisian wood-working studio that is a saving grace to young Tunisian artisans affected by a flailing economy.
6. Instnbul and Beyond: Exploring the Diverse Cuisines of Turkey (hardcover) at Amazon— $23.79
“From village home cooks, community bakers, café chefs, farmers, and fishermen, they have assembled a broad, one-of-a-kind collection of authentic, easy-to-follow recipes.”7. Stoneware Rice Cooker and Steamer from UncommonGoods — $98
This pretty pot was modeled after those used in China’s Yunnan province, and it’s highlighted by a speckled glaze and carved details. 8. Citrus Gift Crate from Melissa’s Produce — $32.79
I don’t know a chef who doesn’t love cooking with citrus!9. Steampunk Coffee Grinder from UncommonGoods — $65
How about starting you day with this piece of art!? 10. Roost Vine Handle Boards (set of 2) from Mod-ish — $97
Unique cutting/serving boards made from reclaimed wood and natural vines.11. Flameware Grill Basket from UncommonGoods — $100
This grill is made from a special high-fired clay that can withstand the direct heat of a burner or fire, and you can serve in it too. 12. Bamboo Cutting Board and Tray from Fab — $35
Spacious cutting surface with an attached, sliding tray to collect and transfer prepped ingredients.
There you have it! 12 superb Gifts For the Cook Who You Think Has Everything!
Please note that prices for the above items are current as of December 5, 2017 — they will likely change over time.