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24 Sep 2017


By Gracie Carroll

What To Gift The Foodie In Your Life This Holiday

By Blair Stutz

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The most wonderful time of year is back! If you’re gifting-obsessed and can’t wait to do all of your holiday shopping, then you’ve come to the right place. Since we’ve all spent maybe a bit too much time at home and in our kitchens, it’s about damn time to spruce it up, and the only thing better than updating your own kitchen? Giving someone else the gift of updating theirs, of course! Whether it’s a brand new pot on the stove, a baking cookbook, or even a chic water bottle, we’ve got the perfect gift for any foodie in this gift guide!

Looking for the perfect gift to the foodie in your life? Don’t sweat it! This gift guide has everything your foodie loved one would want! 

Staub 3.7L Cast Iron Braiser

Staub ($350)

It’s a classic for a reason. Make and serve your fave dishes in this braiser that’s stunning, easy to clean, and will have pride of place on your countertop.

KitchenAid Cordless Food Chopper

foodie gift guide - KitchenAid food chopper

KitchenAid ($180)

Running out of room for large appliances? Opt for this smaller, but just as mighty, cordless chopper from KitchenAid. Blend pesto, dips, spreads, and more with just the hit of a button — all without plugging anything in!

Our Place Perfect Pot Set

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Nordstrom ($220)

Meet the younger sister of the Our Place Always Pan. This pot replaces 16 (yes, 16!) other cookware items in your kitchen. So if you or someone you’re shopping for is short on space, this is perfect. 

Earth To Table Bakes Recipe Book

Get into baking when you crack open the new Earth To Table Bakes cookbook. Coming to you from local Ontario pastry chefs Bettina Schormann and Erin Schiestel, you’ll be in great hands. No matter if you’re a total novice or a mini chef, you’ll be whipping up treats in no time. 

June Home Supply Cookbook Holder

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June Home Supply ($48.25)

Speaking of cookbooks, if you’re cooking up a storm in the kitchen, the last thing you want is to keep losing your page. Enter this cookbook holder that’s going to be a lifesaver in every cook’s kitchen.

Goop Home 10-Piece Cookware Set

goop ($398)

No surprise here, but over here at EditSeven, we’re goop-obsessed. In case you missed the memo, the brand just launched its own cookware. And in addition to it being absolutely stunning, it’s also made with upcycled stainless steel that’s totally non-stick and non-toxic, as it’s derived from sand.  

Zwilling Pro 8-inch Chef’s Knife

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Zwilling ($200)

Every cook needs a chef’s knife and the best on the market, in my opinion, is Zwilling. This is the most user-friendly knife on the market because it can chop anything with incredible control. It’s made from no-stain stainless steel, and the blade is designed to stay sharper for longer. 

Lund London Skittle Stainless Steel Bottle

foodie gift guide - stainless steel bottle

Nordstrom ($45.50)

Bored of all your water bottles looking the same? Me too. This water bottle looks more like a glass art piece than anything, but its stainless steel means it’ll keep your bevvy cold for a long time. Plus, it won’t shatter!

Fable Glassware Set

foodie gift guide - glassware set

Fable ($125)

If someone you know only has mismatched glasses, why not give them the gift of a glassware set like this one from Fable? The Canadian brand also makes gorgeous plates, cutlery, and other dining essentials but these glasses are scratch-resistant, and they’ll look just as good on the table as they will on the shelf.



(Story by Contributing Editor, Blair Stutz)

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