EAT: For the amateur cook, the chef, or someone just beginning a healthier lifestyle.
Eating for nutrition is not about taking from yourself. It’s about giving to yourself. In the short and long run, it is more fun to love your food when it loves you back.
Falcon Enamelware five-piece enamelware bake set is made in the UK. A classic cookware set that will become a family tradition. $82.
Chelsea Miller kitchen and cheese knives, $200-800, are an investment for the chef in your life who would not make this splurge on themselves.
Paderno 3-Blade Spiralizer and Spiralizer Cookbook ($43.92 – current sale price) You can make long ribbons of cucumber, carrots and radishes for salads, or apple spirals for apple slaw. (Try making zucchini noodles for this Lemony Chicken Soup.)
Modernist Tiki Bottle Opener ($45) is made of solid brass and will look stunning on the best friend’s bar cart during her next soiree.
Cheshire Garden Old-Fashion Preserves from New Hampshire. Connect with your friends, while having a nice tea, with gorgeous jams and jellies (and delicious infused mustards, if you’re more a savory crowd!) Gift packs $18-75.
Bee Raw Wildflower Honey Flight ($40) includes four hand-corked 1 oz. vials that are sealed in bees wax and packaged with a beautiful American Oak block, in a ribbon-enclosed gift box.
Matcha Maiden Birthday Pack ($55) includes a Matcha Latte Milk Frother, Matcha Measuring Spoon, Matcha Melting Hot Choc Spoon, Matcha Mask and Matcha Family Recipe E-Book. This is the perfect bundle for your matcha loving friends! (If you love matcha, try this Matcha Chia Pudding)
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