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30 Christmas Gifts For Your Friend Who Loves Cooking ???

So you are after a gift for that friend/family member/lover who loves to cook. Here are 30 awesome gifts they are sure to love.

#1 Chemex Classic Series, Pour-Over Glass Coffeemaker

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If a glass decanter and a standard pour over had a baby, it’d be a Chemex. The lovely design piece to keep on your counter. A thicker filter to accentuate the fruity and citrus acidity on lighter roasted coffees. The brewing method most of the leading craft coffee shops use for drip coffee. 

Contributor: Austin Alvarez from Building Our Rez

    #2 Giusto Sapore Ultimate Culinary Survival Kit

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    Giusto Sapore has an Ultimate Culinary Survival Kit that would be perfect for your roundup! Priced at just $40 (it's a $70 value so a great steal!)

    the kit includes:

    • Extra Virgin Olive Oil (1L)
    • Gnocchi Spinach
    • Gnocchi Tomato
    • Passata
    • Sicilian Blend Seasoning

    Contributor: Justin Comparetto from Giusto Sapore

    #3 Emoji Cookie Cutters

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    What better way to express your love to someone during the holiday season than by giving them a chance to express themselves through baking? With these emoji cookie cutters, a person can experiment with heart-eye, smiley and kissy-face yummy treats. They’re a fun way to shake things up for the next holiday party. 

    Contributor: Caleb Backe from Maple Holistics

    #11 Gordon Ramsay’s Ultimate Home Cooking

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    Gordon Ramsay's Ultimate Home Cooking is a collection of over 120 delicious new recipes that are infused with Gordon's expertise and skill gleamed from his years in professional kitchens. Divided into chapters to see you through the whole day from weekday breakfasts to Saturday night dinners, this book is all about the pleasure of cooking and sharing the very best home-cooked food with family and friends.

    Contributor: Allied Global Marketing

    #12 The Fire of Peru: Recipes and Stories from My Peruvian Kitchen

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    Debuting in October 2015, Zarate published a cookbook with the hopes of guiding consumers through an exploration of the wealth of flavors and dishes of his home country, dedicating the book to “Peruvian home cooks,” including his mother, “who we should all be thankful for.”

    Contributor: Allied Global Marketing

    #13 Gochujang Korean Chili Sauce

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    This unique version of the Korean staple is gluten-free, vegan, and corn syrup-free. The convenient squeeze bottle is an easy way to give recipes a spicy and rich flavor, with a hint of sweetness. Hailed as the next sriracha, Gochujang Korean Chili Sauce is the new Asian hot sauce taking the throne.

    Contributor: Chung Jung One from Gochujang Sauce

    #14 Dinner Déjà Vu: Southern Tonight, French Tomorrow

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    Southern-born, Jennifer Hill Booker traveled to Paris to study French cooking at Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts only to discover that rustic French and Southern dishes use many of the same ingredients. Using this as the basis for culinary exploration in her second cookbook, Dinner Déjà Vu: Southern Tonight, French Tomorrow, the author of Field Peas to Foie Gras: Southern Recipes with a French Accent, uses one list of fresh ingredients to create two meals, one Southern and one French. 

    Combined grocery lists provide time-saving tools for recipes from cocktails to desserts and everything in between, drawing on the strengths of both regions makes recipes like Southern Sweet Tea Cocktail, Pecan Bread Pudding with Crème Anglaise, and Pimento Cheese Stuffed Potatoes both approachable and delicious. A charming personality, she is also a single mother of two who knows exactly what it takes to create enticing meals with limited time and ingredients. 

    Contributor: Mary Eva from The Butin Group

    #15 Reusable Produce Bags Organic Keeper

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    Did you realize that there IS an alternative to pulling those awful plastic bags off of the roll in the produce department?

    Earth Junky Reusable Produce Bags make your grocery shopping experience way more enjoyable and are SO NEEDED for our environment. They also happen to make an extremely thoughtful and lovely gift for about $20.

    Contributor: Samantha Elkin from Earth Junky

    #17 Mason Jar Kitchen Canister Set

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    Mason Jar Kitchen Canister Set is the perfect gift for those who love cooking. It's designed to evoke the look and feel of times past. This unique antique farm house looks in a STUNNING POWDER BLUE, shabby-chic color is the perfect accent to your kitchen countertop. It's not just functional storage, but the BEAUTIFUL GLAZE is a focal piece and eye-catching addition to your kitchen.

    Contributor: Josephine Mabute from Sparrow Decor

    #18 Premium Instant Pot Accessories Set

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    The instant pot/pressure cooker accessories set by aayu is a complete set of accessories you will need to make the maximum out of your wonderful little kitchen appliance. We at aayu always believe that we should give the best value and quality to our customers. Therefore we have selected premium quality materials in the manufacturing process to ensure accurate functionality and durability. 

    Contributor: Rajith from Aayu World

    #19 Premium Air Fryer Accessories Set

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    This air fryer accessories set by aayu is a complete set of accessories you will need to make the maximum out of your wonderful little kitchen appliance. We at aayu always believe that we should give the best value and quality to our customers. Therefore we have selected premium quality materials in the manufacturing process to ensure accurate functionality and durability. 

    Contributor: Rajith from Aayu World

    #24 Large French Press Coffee Maker

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    The upscale version. Stainless steel because EVERYONE their first glass french press. Broke my first beaker on Christmas day (Merry Christmas, ya filthy animal). Double wall insulated so the outer steel doesn’t get hot and the inner steel keeps the coffee steaming for an hour or more. The 4 minute steep time fully extracts every flavor component into your cup, along with a little rustic grit at the bottom. Perfect for travel or camping. 

    Contributor: Austin Alvarez from Building Our Rez

    #25 Hario Next 5-Cup Glass Syphon Coffee Maker with Silicone Handle

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    The chemistry set gone coffee maker. Like the Chemex, it’s countertop art. It’s the conversation piece. The water heats in the bottom glass container, builds up pressure and pushes to the top glass container. 

    Add coffee, stir and remove from heat to witness science. As the temp drops in the bottom, the pressure drops and sucks the coffee from top to bottom through a cloth filter. Extremely difficult to master. Extremely easy show off. 

    Contributor: Austin Alvarez from Building Our Rez

    #28 Hario Skerton Ceramic Coffee Mill

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    For the DIY coffee makers who value romance above convenience. Completely manual coffee grinder likely invented before electricity was discovered and harnessed. A burr grinder – where the coffee goes through a set of burrs to yield a much more even grind than a blade grinder. It has a screwable piece to adjust the grind setting from coarse all the way to espresso-fine. Easy to travel with. 

    Contributor: Austin Alvarez from Building Our Rez

    #29 Hario V60 Buono Stainless Steel Gooseneck Coffee Kettle

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    The gooseneck enables the coffee lover to brew a pour over with the utmost precision. Instead of the classic “dump all the hot water at one time,” the extraction rate is much more even. Control is the name of the game. Not necessary for non-pour-over methods. 

    Contributor: Austin Alvarez from Building Our Rez

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    Written by Ben Skute