As I mentioned before, I love giving and getting gifts for the kitchen. I think it’s really personal and gives the recipient the feeling that a lot of time and thought went into it. Whether it be something to read, drink out of or even wear, kitchen gifts can be fun. Here’s a list of 5 more that I love.
Does this happen to you? You have a ton of grocery tote bags but you never remember them? This gift makes fun of that.
1 – I Remembered My Grocery Bag! Tote Bag
– Bag measures 18″ wide x 15″ high x 6″ deep
– Shoulder straps have a 13″ drop
– Made from high-quality, heavyweight canvas with a gusseted bottom
2- Recipe Book
Size – 8 1/2″ x 9 1/2″
I love a special place to keep your recipes especially one so stylish. There is also an accordion file in this one for all those loose recipes.
3- Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Soy Candle, Lemon Verbena, 7.2 Ounce Jar
I love a candle that makes the room smell like clean laundry. This one does just that. And it has a lead-free, cotton wick and is make from vegetable soy wax to help the smell last longer. And the glasses are reusable – how’s that for recycling.
This comes in three scents:
4- Gold Christmas Tree Mug
Right now you can get this nice deal on the Williams-Sonoma website. 10% off $50 or more, 15% off $100 or more, 20% off $200 or more and 25% off $500 or more. Use the code: WSHSAVENOW
This cup is great for Santa on Christmas Eve. Or just use it while drinking a cup of hot chocolate.
Made of sturdy stoneware with gold-tone decorations.
Generously sized and well balanced in sturdy stoneware,
Great for coffee, tea or mulled cider and other hot drinks.
Fill it with treats for a sweet gift.
Microwavable and dishwasher safe.
5- My Paris Kitchen: Recipes and Stories Hardcover by David Lebovitz
Price $24.72 (hardcover)
Anyone who knows me knows I love Paris. Well I also love David Lebovitz’s Paris Blog. I can’t wait to pick this book up — or wait for Santa to bring it.