Okay, here we go with this week’s list- my favorite foodie gifts under $100!
Lodge 6-quart Dutch Oven – If money wasn’t an issue, I’d have a Le Creuset dutch oven in every single size and color. I’ve been wanting a dutch oven FOREVER, so when I was in the mood to buy one, I searched for something of similar quality that wouldn’t break the bank. Enter this awesome dutch oven! It got amazing reviews from the likes of Cooks Illustrated/America’s Test Kitchen, so I deemed it a winner in my book and bought one. I absolutely love it! I always used a Le Creuset at work, so I have lots of experience with them, and this one lives up to its more expensive counterpart at a quarter of the price. It’s available in a ton of colors to match every kitchen (price varies by color) and a few different sizes to fit all your needs.
Boos Maple Cutting Board – If you’re looking to invest in a quality cutting board that’s easy on your knives, look no further than Boos. These boards are made of a nice, soft wood that won’t wreak havoc on your good knives. There is a size to fit every kitchen, too, which is a win!
Cuisinart Ice Cream Maker – My ice cream maker is one of my favorite kitchen electronics. There are makers that are crazy expensive, but honestly, this one does everything you need an ice cream maker to do. It makes 1.5 quarts which is a perfect size and doesn’t take up a ton of room in your freezer or your cupboard. A tip from me: always have the freezer bowl in the freezer. That way you’re ready to make a delicious homemade ice cream whenever your heart desires!
Cuisinart 6.5-quart Slow Cooker – I’d never used a slow cooker until I got this one as a wedding present. I used it the same night it came in the mail and I’ve never looked back. I LOVE my slow cooker and have used it to make stews/chilis/soups for me and my husband, tender chicken for Cecilia, apple butter as Christmas gifts for my family and even dessert for a friend’s party! This one has a high and low temperature option and a warming feature that keeps your dish hot after the set cooking time is done. It’s a great size to make a meal for a crowd and has a nice, sleek design.
Gift Certificate for a Cooking Class – Does your favorite food lover/home cook have all the kitchen gadgets they need? Then give them the gift of a cooking class! No matter their level of expertise, they could always learn a new technique, shortcut or dish at a cooking class. They’ll have a wonderful experience and maybe even cook you a lovely meal as a thank you!
Well, there you go, my third gift guide for the food lover/home cook extraordinaire on your gift list! I hope these help you pick the perfect gift!
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