Holiday Gift Guide

Tis the season of gift giving! I put together a few items to inspire you this holiday season, and all year round. From the expert chef to the kitchen novice, there is something for everyone. Take a look below for gift ideas from $10 to $100.

  1. Cutting Board // 2. The BEST Granola // 3. Apron // 4. Chalkboard // 5. Salt Pig & Salt // 6. Cast Iron Pans // 7. Farmer’s Market Bag // 8. JBL Portable Speaker // 9. Fancy Hand Soap // 10. Twelve Pack Cooler

Cutting Board – This XL size is life changing. Gone are the days of tiny boards. This one is also top-dog according to America’s Test Kitchen.

Kitchen Composure’s Granola – No introduction needed… perfect as a stocking stuffer, host/hostess gift, or a teacher gift. Everyone love’s our granola! Make it special and pair it with a pound of coffee from your local shop or a bottle of champagne for brunch mimosas.

Apron – Aprons are like, pajamas, I don’t want to buy them for myself. This brand is the best quality and a workhorse in the kitchen.

Chalkboard – I like to map out my weekly dinners. It’s also fun to post special menus and happy birthday notes too :)

Salt Pig w/ Flaky Salt – Keep your #1 kitchen ingredient front and center next to the stovetop with this salt pig. Maldon is like fairy dust, and will elevate any dish to the next level.

Cast Iron Pans – Expert home chefs and campers agree, cast iron is king!

Market Bag – Whether at the grocery store or the farmer’s market, collect your bounty in this chic bag.

Portable Speaker – Listen to music in the kitchen, in the back yard while grilling, or on a picnic.

Fancy Hand Soap – I received it as a gift and now it is the only hand soap I use in the kitchen. It also seems timely in the era of Covid ;)

12 Pack Cooler Bag – This bag goes everywhere with us, no joke! Pat will bring it as carry-on luggage so we have a cooler while we travel. We also bungee it to the back of our bikes for picnics, or pack it in the back seat for road trips.

I wish you joy and happiness this holiday season!

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