Still can’t decide what to get for your “very-specific-tastes” aunt? Finding the perfect gift for your father-in-law have you stumped? Here’s a hint. Everybody has a kitchen, and everybody uses it. Whether you’re shopping for a five-star chef or the queen of Chinese takeout, here are some last-minute kitchen gifts to consider.
1. For those just starting out… an heirloom tea towel
Grandma’s handwritten lasagna recipe has been passed down for generations. The card is frayed at the edges and bears innumerable stains. But let’s be real. For the twenty-something college grad armed with Google, it’s tough to keep up with that old recipe card. But what does every first apartment need? Towels. Nostalgia meets practicality.
2. For the budding gardener… an herb planter
What home chef hasn’t watched Ina Garden breeze out to her backyard for a few handfuls of basil and wished they could do the same? Turns out that getting a garden started can be an intimidating and time-consuming task. Help your favorite home chef start their herb garden with this adorable (and non-threatening) planter.
3. For the space-saving chef… a magnetic knife rack
4. For the non-cook… a microwave pasta maker
We all have that friend or relative who can’t turn on the stove or work a toaster. That person needs a microwave pasta maker for the one time a year they may want to cook spaghetti for their special someone. Make them look good without making them work hard!
The kitchen holds a wealth of great gift ideas. From the Steel Design Solutions kitchen to yours, we wish you a Merry Christmas and a happy gift-giving!