They say the best way to someone’s heart is through their stomach. But, what if it’s someone who loves to cook and is most probably way better than you at preparing food? The way, in this case, is obviously not through their stomach.
Gifting someone who loves to cook can be tough. There is a high chance that they already have the basic kitchen tools and probably all ingredients you could ever think of. But, there are new gift items out there that would please even the most discriminating foodie, food geek, chef, culinarian, or whatever they call themselves.
Below, Aprons by Chef Works Australia shares a few ideas you should consider when buying something special for a dear one whose passion is in the kitchen.
Salt is common kitchen need, but anyone who loves to cook would like to have special seasoned salts. Artisan salts are available in different varieties that often come in sets. These special condiments are blended with different types of herbs and rare spices that even chefs would find hard to resist.
Okay, this one is a pretty old gift idea. You need to know, however, that aprons are now available in a wide variety of styles, colours and designs. Give your gift a more personal touch by choosing a piece that best suits the character of the person you’re giving it to. For a style-conscious wife or aunt, for instance, you will never go wrong with crossover aprons.
A salad spinner is an innovative device that makes salad-making as easy as 1-2-3. It’s like a pot, which features a cord that you need to pull to start spinning its contents. The glide-wheel motion allows for easier drying and mixing your greens. It can also double as a serving bowl and storage for your fresh salad.
There are many other interesting, useful ingredients and innovative kitchen devices you can choose from. The key to making a kitchen-buddy loved one feel more special is to find something their kitchen doesn’t have yet or something that will make their work easier.