Some of us love to cook, some of us like to heat up food in the microwave, and others like to eat out every day. However, we all know someone in our lives who love to cook, but do they look like they could use a few simple upgrades to their kitchen?
There are plenty of ideas for cooking gifts for the special chef in your life, it can be overwhelming to try to figure out what to get. Fortunately for you, we’ve put together a list of ideas of gifts for people who love to cook.
There’s nothing more frustrating than trying to sort knives in an old-school knife block. Which knife goes where? It’s like a grown-up game of trying to fit different shapes into holes. Fortunately, a magnetic knife block takes away the guessing by having a fast and easy way to place and remove knives.
The last thing anyone wants to do is fall asleep at the cutting board with a knife in their hands. You don’t want to risk the special chef in your life to risk a kitchen-injury due to a boring cutting board. Having three different-colored cutting boards to choose from means the chef in your life can change it up when they’re feeling extra spontaneous.
Imagine waking up in the morning, rummaging for a small pot, waiting for the water, then wasting most of the water trying to pour hot water into a small mug? It’s not a very fun process. Having an electric tea kettle takes away all the thinking. Just press one button, boil, and pour easily. It’s the safest way to make tea without running the risk of burning themselves.
You love the chef in your life but you don’t love how unorganized their sink is. Who just puts the sponge directly in the sink, or worse, right onto the counter? It’s a travesty to look at sometimes. You can forgive them because they make mouth-watering food but it’s time to help them organize their sink.
The minimalist chef in your life will enjoy these salt and pepper shakers. They’re great if there’s a certain aesthetic they’re going for in their kitchen. There’s nothing like trying to have a lighter modern kitchen and having wooden salt and pepper shakers being imposing in the background. That’s all anyone will look at during dinner parties. Time to take the distraction away with minimalist salt and pepper shakers.
Everyone loves to have oil and vinegar handy. They’re great for salads, marinating, or cooking. However, they’re a bit imposing on the counter. They come in two different brands with two different and sometimes large bottles. With these matching oil and vinegar bottles, it’s easy to tuck them away in their kitchen’s aesthetic. Just make sure they’re front-facing so they don’t accidentally grab vinegar when they meant to grab oil.
There’s nothing more painful than watching your food get stuck to the bottom of a pan. That’s half of the food wasted. Instead of going into your mouth, you’re spending unnecessary energy scrubbing pans after you’re done cooking. Imagine a nonstick pan where the egg slides off inside of having to scrape it off? That no longer has to be the dream with these ceramic pans.
We don’t know about you, but there’s nothing more annoying than trying to find the spice you want in your cabinet and having some fall out to their freedom as you’re shuffling around in there. Having an organized spice rack saves a lot of time and heartache. Instead of watching your food burn while you’re desperately searching for basil, you can grab it from the rack. What an innovation!
Have you noticed the chef in your life is using soup bowls for mixing? That’s not the ideal situation, more stuff gets thrown around onto the stove and countertops instead of getting served. Having different-sized mixing bowls is ideal for mixing and serving depending on what’s needed. They’re very versatile. No more using small soup bowls to try and make pancakes.
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