Holiday Gift Guide 2015 ~ For The Chef In Your Life

for the chef in your lifeHoliday Gift Guide 2015

ONE: Rejuvenation Vermont Farm Table Oversize Rolling Pin $79

Isn’t this farm house rolling pin absolutely wonderful?  I would keep this sitting out on my counter all the time! (Hint, Hint Family)

TWO: Jacobsen Salt Co. Six Vial Gift Set $29.95

If you have never tried difference salts, you should.  They really do change the taste of the food depending on what type of salt you are cooking with or finishing your dish with!

THREE: KitchenAid Professional Bowl-Lift Stand Mixer Satin Copper  $899.99

Just perfection!  There is nothing more I can say about this appliance that doubles as a piece of art for the kitchen counter!  The copper is stunning.

FOUR: Crosby & Taylor Vineyard Measuring Cups $79.00

Measure with style while using these Crosby and Taylor measuring cups!

FIVE: Food Network Chopped Cutting Board $40.00

Any fan of the Food Network Show Chopped, needs to have this chopping board in their very own kitchen!  How fun would it be to imitate the show and have your very own Chopped show showdown in your kitchen?

Until Next Time…

Happy Shopping!



  1. Addie says:

    THAT MIXER IS BEAUTIFUL!!! Oh, my goodness. And I love the darker wood color of the rolling pin. I need to give this list as a hint to the people that want to get me presents hahaha! =)

  2. Justine Y @ Little Dove Creations says:

    I love these items! I was just telling my husband the other day that I needed a new rolling pin. And that copper Kitchen Aid?? Swoon! IF I ever have to get a new one I think I want that one, it’s SO pretty! And I totally agree with you on the different flavored salts, makes such a difference!

  3. Roz Warren says:

    This is a PERFECT post for a gift-giver like me who doesn’t cook (at all!) but who is looking for the perfect gift for a good friend who does. Thanks for this timely and useful advice.

  4. Roxy says:

    I love how affordable these gifts are (clearly not the mixer). My mom and her boyfriend have recently gotten into trying new recipes from Pinterest. I’m almost certain she would love this stuff, especially the salts set!


  5. Leslie says:

    I used to have my grandmother’s mixer which was that mint color that was popular for kitchens in the 50s. I’m too thrifty to buy a standup one myself but that copper is gorgeous!!

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