Sharing a gift with someone is often a defining moment between the lives of the giver and the gift receiver. However, most individuals are often stranded, not knowing what to give out. Below we are going to have a look at ten quirky gifts you should give out to people who love to cook.
A pressure cooker
A pressure cooker is one of the essential items in the kitchen. You must have heard a pressure cooker, especially if you’ve been to the kitchen; however, if not, then a pressure cooker is the modern-day fast cooker. To sum things up, a pressure cooker implements the use of pressure technology in preparing dishes, hence the name pressure cooker.
A digital scale
Next for consideration, is a digital scale. A digital scale is a measuring tool that is used to determine either the mass or the weight of ingredients. With a digital scale, the receiver is saved from the old traditional means of measuring that used bowls and plates. In other words, a digital scale is a must-have tool, especially if you are looking to give a more modern gift that suits a modern kitchen.
A lemon squeezer
Alessi’s iconic Juicy Salif lemon squeezer by Philippe Starck is the ultimate quirky, stylish and practical gift for anyone who loves to cook but doesn’t want to compromise on style. In fact Alessi continues to be the market leader for unusual gifts for people who love to cook because they choose to design with both style and practicality in mind.
A cookbook stand
The cookbook stand is an ultimate present for messy chefs and characters who like using cookbooks. The stands work by holding the recipe book in a slightly tilted angle that can be read, thus saving you from the chore of having to wash your hand to open the book. Further, the stand also keeps the book safe and away from any accidents that may occur due to spills.
A butter dish
A classic butter dish is a gift to present if you are looking to impress. A butter dish is known to keep butter in its room temperature while still preserving it. Further, the dish is quite helpful for both cooks and bakers who use butter as part of their recipe. So how about you save your receiver the time and frustration of having to wait for the butter soften and surprise them with a butter dish.
A set of pans
Pans are one of the most expensive items in the kitchen that are super essential. As a result, this makes the pan a gift that anyone would appreciate. An ideal gift should have a saute pan, a frying pan, and a lid. Other items that are worth considering include a cheese board for cutting cheese, prep bowls for storage — a small pizza oven for baking pizza, and an apron for both hygiene and keeping clean.
The bottom line
As seen above the above guide should ease your search for a kitchen gift. Also, the above guide should come in hand, especially if you are new around the kitchen.