Sunday, January 24, 2010
There Are Always Occasions To Give The Cook In Your Life A Gift For The Kitchen
So, I thought I'll look around for suitable gifts for the cook in the house and I came up with three very different ideas, all which will depend on the person you plan the gift for.
1. The very first gift I want to mention is the KitchenAid 5 Speed Blenders with Polycarbonate Jars. I do not think there is a kitchen where a blender will not be welcome. You can do so much more with your KitchenAid 5 Speed Blenders with Polycarbonate Jars than only make smoothies and once you start using it, you think of more and more dishes you can use it for. So, as a gift you cannot go wrong with a KitchenAid 5 Speed Blenders with Polycarbonate Jars.
2. The second gift is only for those that enjoy entertaining or that likes to cook up a storm and freeze! I know many people who do that and for such a cook a Cuisinart Classic Stockpot is just the gift. It is big enough to cook a party amount of pasta and you can also cook a lot of stock and freeze it in smaller portions. For a real lover of the art of cooking, using "real" stock is very important so the Cuisinart Classic Stockpot will make an ideal gift.
3. When we get to the third gift I'm thinking of, you may think it does not belong here, but bear with me and you will see what I mean. The gift is one of the Bodum Mini Ibis Electric Water Kettles. Yes, a kettle! When you are cooking, you very often need only a little hot water for a dish and it is really uneconomical to get a burner started and put the kettle on for only a little hot water. So, the cook can quickly boil a small amount of water in the Bodum Mini Ibis Electric Water Kettles.
There you have it, my choice of three very different kinds of gifts a lover of cooking will enjoy very much. Of course, it is my wish list, you will know the cook and you will know what the cook needs!