Friday, December 3, 2010
Stockings Stuffers For The Cooks In Your Life
Christmas is fast approaching and I am sure that most people still need to buy just a few more items or need to do the stocking stuffer shopping. I always love shopping for stocking stuffers keeping in mind the people that I am doing stockings for. Incase anyone is at a loss as to what to buy for those stockings I have some gift ideas for the cook in your life.
For The Cook That You Are Buying For
Cuisine Mentor Gourmet Spice Blends. Six spice blends that have vegetarian options. No preservatives or MSG added to these spices and they come with easy recipes.
Every cook loves to make recipes using fresh herbs. This year let them grow their own with this assortment of twelve culinary herb seeds that include parsley, chives, sage, mustard, garlic chives, basil, dill and more. These herbs can be grown indoors or outdoors.
An Akro-Mills stack a pot would make an excellent gift to go along with these seeds.
To help keep drips off the stove there is a Trudeau Pot Clip Spoon Rest that would make a nice addition to anyone’s kitchen. Heat resistant up to 600 degrees and is dishwasher safe. Many people that like this item should check out the Trudeau Silicon Pot Lid Rest. So many times myself I take the lid off the pot and think where do I put this. The great thing about this tool is that it sits on the inner rim of the pot or on the counter top.
Every cook should have one of these Olive Oil Sprayers. People that own these cannot live without them. Will hold 4.8 ounces and you can use any type of cooking oil in them that you prefer. Very attractive satin finish aluminum will look great on your countertop.
Know someone that is always burning them selves when taking food out of the oven then here is the perfect gift for them. Jazz Innovations Oven Rack Guard snaps onto your oven rack to protect skin incase you happen to brush up against the rack. This gadget is safe up to 500 degrees and is machine washable.
These cute strainer whisk earrings would put a smile on any cooks face.
Posted by Susan Zutautas at 11:23 AM