The foodie already has a stocked pantry and a collection of good kitchen equipment. They’ve already been to the best restaurants and sampled the finest beverages. So what’s a gift giver to do? Well, lucky for you, we’ve assembled some of our favorite gifts that they’d appreciate more than a gift card to what you think is a restaurant they haven’t tried.


Cantilever Flatware

Everyone knows the annoyance of countertop messes and placemat stains courtesy of resting silverware. Well, Cantilever Flatware solves that common nuisance. The cleverly designed silverware rests off tables, countertops, or wherever you’re chowing down.


Master Pan

Yes, they probably already have a large collection of non-stick pans. But they don’t have a non-stick pan designed to cook their entire meal—side dishes and all. The Master Pan is a skillet with compartments for heating every part of their breakfast, lunch or dinner.


Lucky Peach

Lucky Peach is one of our favorite magazines. The quarterly publication digs into entertaining food topics (New York’s most iconic candy store; the best snacks at Trader Joe’s; bizarre hot dog toppings) and does so with killer illustrations. Plus, they probably already have a subscription to Food and Wine.


Molecule-R Aroma Forks

From Molecule-R, the company bringing molecular gastronomy into home kitchens, come these nose-pleasing forks. Each accepts a variety of liquid scents (included) that help change the perception of the food being consumed.


Gunpowder Finishing Salt

The foodie who truly understands flavor will always have cooking salt and finishing salt. For a finishing salt option that will elevate their next ribeye, consider giving them Gunpowder Finishing Salt. The blend of Hawaiian volcanic salt, chipotle, garlic, and more will bring a smoky, bold taste to any slab of grilled meat.


MAG Knife Stickers

Kitchen storage space is always at a premium for the foodie. Instead of a bulky, countertop-filling knife block, give them a set of these clever stickers. The magnetic vinyl stickers allow them to store their knives wherever they like.


Olympia Provisions: Cured Meats and Tales from an American Charcuterie

Oregon’s first USDA-certified salumeria, Olympia Provisions, has just released the best book on charcuterie we’ve ever read. Not only will it help the foodie cure meats like a pro, but the cookbook is actually enjoyable to read, which is a rarity in the cookbook world.



Not only are these pots crafted by a family-owned company that’s been making cookware since the 1500s, but they’re also a bit smarter than they average enamel pot. Each has a lid that doubles as a temporary ingredient bowl or a trivet.

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Unzip your coat and have some mulled wine on the house—you’ve arrived at your final gifting destination: The Holiday Gift Guide. It’s like your friendly neighborhood one-stop holiday shop, except instead of balsa wood ornaments, ours is packed with thoughtful gifts for everyone on your list. Future heirlooms, small-but-significant stocking stuffers, and gear for getting out there (or staying in)—are all right here. There’s no music playing in the background though, so you’ll just have to hum Bing Crosby while you click around instead.

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