Gifts for cooking lovers who have everything are fun to shop for. Cooking gifts for dads, moms, friends, there’s something here for everyone!
Gifts for cooking lovers are sometimes hard to find when you’re shopping for someone who you think has everything. I’m hoping this awesome, curated list inspires you, as it’s full of cooking gifts for dads, moms, and friends — there’s something unusual and interesting here for everyone!
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.
They have some of the best, unusual cooking and foodie finds out there. You can find all sorts of Christmas gifts, including awesome stocking stuffers. It’s my favorite go-to shopping site for family gifts.
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These picks vary is price, and are super unique and fun.
Let’s get started . . . .
Gifts For Cooking Lovers Who Have Everything
1. Quarterly Spice Kits from Raw Spice Bar — $26/quarterly | $88/year
A really fun and delicious gift that keeps on giving! Raw Spice Bar will deliver freshly ground and expertly toasted flavors, with globally inspired recipes, every 3 months.
3. Hot and Cold Handheld Bowls (2) from UncommonGoods — $60
How handsome is this soapstone bowl set!? They can keep ice cream cold while protecting hands from freezer burn. Or, you can bake the soapstone in the oven to keep hot items warm — while your hands stay cool on the wood. 4. Smood from Dreamfarm — $24.95
This is hands down the best potato masher/smasher I’ve ever tried. I love it. And it looks so cool! 5. Ravioli Making Gift Box from The Grommet — $135
Beautiful and functional, this ravioli rolling pin is handmade in the U.S. from sustainable hardwood. The box also includes a ravioli cutter, semolina flour, and olive oil to get started making perfect ravioli.
6. Olivewood Salt Keeper
Handcrafted, beautiful and practical, this olivewood box keeps salt within close reach. It has a swiveling lid for easy one-handed access and each box has its own unique grain pattern.
7. Copper River Knife from UncommonGoods — $65
This gorgeous, traditional knife is hand-froged and made for the modern kitchen. It’s a perfect chopping tool — the versatile blade is valued for its utility and ease of use.
8. Uuni Pro Multi-Fueled Outdoor Pizza Oven — $599
This is a spectacular, extravagant gift for someone who loves wood-fired pizzas, and would love having this cool looking oven in their backyard! And it’s not just for pizza; you can cook flatbreads, fish, vegetables, steaks or really anything with short cooking times. 9. 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.10. Long Handle Wooden Tasting Spoons (Set of 4) — $68
These tasting spoons are beautifully crafted and come in an assortment of woods. They are made with ethically sourced, sustainable, and all-natural materials.11. Soapstone Pots with Copper Handles from UncommonGoods — $110 – $115
These cool pots can go directly from the oven to the table.12. Countries Monthly Gift Box from Try The World — $29 – $39/month, depending on how many months are given.
A curated selection of ingredients, drinks, and snacks—from a new country every month. 13. BeldiNest Hand Carved 6 Piece Olive Wood Nesting Bowls Set — $68
These gorgeous bowls come from a Tunisian wood-working studio that is a saving grace to young Tunisian artisans affected by a flailing economy. 14. Instnbul and Beyond: Exploring the Diverse Cuisines of Turkey (hardcover)— $22
“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.”15. 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.16. Steampunk Coffee Grinder from UncommonGoods — $65
How about starting you day with this piece of art!? 17. Roost Vine Handle Boards (set of 2) from Mod-ish — $97
Unique cutting/serving boards made from reclaimed wood and natural vines.18. 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.
19. Flour Shaker Rolling Pin — $19.99
the hollow ceramic design incorporates a flour shaker and ruler to make rolling out dough quick and simple.20. Lodge Heat-Treated Cast Iron 14 Ounce Round Mini Server, Set of 4 — $75
Seasoned cast iron servers and a fun to cook in and serve in. From oven to table. 21. Peacock Blue Reactive Glaze Terracotta Open Baker from World Market — $10
Handcrafted by Spanish artisans of terracotta with an eye-catching reactive glaze finish, our exclusive blue baker is ideal for oven-to-table serving.22. Mini Soul Box from Penzys–– $12.95
(Contains: 1/4 cup jars of Cajun Seasoning, 33rd & Galena, and Penzeys Cinnamon, soul brochure, tip cards, Soul pin.)23. All in One Grill Cleaner and Seasoning Tool from UncommonGoods — $18
An onion half will adds a savory layer to the grill and it can help prevent sticking. This tool also has great uses for lemons and potatoes!
24. Rigoni Di Asiago Nocciolata Organic Hazelnut & Cocoa Spread — $10 ea.
As delicious as Nutella but with healthier ingredients!
25. M-Cuisine Popcorn Makers Set from Joseph Joseph — $15 (2 single-serve)
20. Specialty-Sourced White Popcorn Kernels in Delectable Flavors from Women’s Bean Project — $6.50
Perhaps to go with the popcorn makers? This popcorn comes in a variety of savory and sweet blends representing different cultures. Read about the Women’s Bean Project here.
Please note that the prices for all of the above items might change over time.