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32 kitchen gifts from Williams Sonoma for the cook and foodie in your life
Every cook and foodie who wanders through a Williams Sonoma store emerges with an armful of high-tech kitchen appliances, beautiful dinnerware, and gourmet snacks. Its wide selection of brands and products makes it one of the best places to find a home, kitchen, or food gift at any price level. Our favorite finds at Williams Sonoma include a viral rainbow cake set, a mini home bar beer station, and a beautifully unique cheese board. There are 32 gift options in total. Looking for more gift ideas? Check out all of Insider Picks’ holiday gift guides. Specialty store Williams Sonoma is one of the biggest online retailers in the US. It’s also one of the best places to find anything you need for your kitchen. It’s impossible not to find a good gift for the cook and foodie in your life from Williams Sonoma because it carries cookware, kitchen appliances, cutlery, small tools, bakeware, and barware. Your recipient’s favorite high-quality kitchen brands all live at Williams Sonoma – from legacies like KitchenAid, Le Creuset, All-Clad, and Mauviel to modern classics like Instant Pot and GreenPan. Drawing from decades of experience in the culinary world, the company also designs and sells its own collection of kitchen products, which are often a little more affordable. Williams Sonoma doesn’t only sell the products that help your recipient make food. It offers delicious gourmet food gifts that you’ll be tempted to keep for yourself too. As you shop for gifts at Williams Sonoma, keep an eye out for sitewide sales, exclusive products you can’t find anywhere else, and limited-edition collaborations. They’ll help you save money and find a unique, memorable gift. We combed through the site’s vast offerings and found the best 32 kitchen and food gifts. Find them all below. A gadget that keeps their wine freshFoto: sourceWilliams SonomaCoravin Model Two Elite Pro Wine Preservation System, $399.95 Coravin’s patented wine system preserves the quality and taste of wine, so your recipient can enjoy a taste or glass without ruining the entire bottle. It works by penetrating the cork with a thin needle to let them pour out the wine. Then, as they pour, it fills the interior of the bottle with argon gas to protect the wine from oxidizing.An herb wandFoto: sourceWilliams SonomaChef’n Herb Wand, $14.36 The two-in-one tool has a removable brush head that lets them slather the flavor of fresh herbs on roasted or grilled food.An electric salt and pepper millFoto: sourceWilliams SonomaTrudeau Graviti Electric Salt & Pepper Mills, $39.95-$79.95 They’ve already worked hard enough preparing the bulk of their meal. With these battery-operated mills, they can dispense the finishing touch of ground-up salt and pepper with just one hand. They come pre-filled with salt crystals and whole peppercorns.A beautiful Dutch ovenFoto: sourceWilliams SonomaLe Creuset Signature Cast-Iron Fleur Round Dutch Oven, $300 The iconic cast iron Dutch oven, which shines in slow cooking recipes, has a pretty floral design circling the lid.A Santoku knifeFoto: sourceWilliams SonomaShun Classic Hollow-Ground Santoku Knife, $89.95-$149.95 The Santoku knife is the unsung hero of the kitchen. Like a chef’s knife, it’s excellent for slicing and dicing, but it’s also great for chopping. This Japanese-crafted knife features 34 ultra-thin layers of stainless steel on each side of the blade, and there are indentations along the bottom to prevent sticking.An illustrated, monogrammed mugFoto: sourceWilliams SonomaRory Dobner Monogram Mug, $12.95 Monogrammed mugs are easy and affordable gifts to give to anyone in your life. We love the intricate illustrations by British designer Rory Dobner.Old-fashioned glasses hand-painted with 24-karat goldFoto: sourceWilliams SonomaSchumacher Chiang Mai Dragon Double Old-Fashioned Glasses, $79.95 Enjoy an Old Fashioned in style with these artistic glasses created in collaboration with American design house Schumacher.A set of olive wood cheese knivesFoto: sourceWilliams SonomaAntonini Olivewood Cheese Knives Set, $59.95 A mouth-watering cheese spread deserves equally sleek tools to serve it. There are four knives – curved, semi heart, wide, thin – to slice through a variety of cheese. The handles are carved from a handsome Mediterranean hardwood. A cheese board that stands outFoto: sourceWilliams SonomaAerin Figural Leaf Cheese Board, $39.99 Forget plain marble, slate, or wood. This whimsical board is made from hand-painted earthenware and decorated with touches of wildlife.Everything they need to make a viral rainbow cakeFoto: sourceWilliams SonomaFlour Shop Basics Cake Set, $139.95 Flour Shop is the bakery known for its “Rainbow Explosion Cake,” a colorful six-layer cake with a sprinkle-filled core. If they have a sweet tooth and a penchant for anything rainbow, they’ll love this all-inclusive kit.An assortment of ready-to-bake croissantsFoto: sourceWilliams SonomaLe Marais Assorted Pastry Sampler, $59.95 Flaky, buttery croissants, pain au chocolate, and kouign-amann are the focus of this gift. They come frozen from Le Marais Bakery in San Francisco and will make your recipient’s kitchen smell like a Parisian cafe.Flavorful marinades to enhance grilled and roasted foodsFoto: sourceWilliams SonomaWilliams Sonoma Marinades, $41.95 The three different marinades ensure they’ll never be stuck with a bland piece of meat, seafood, or vegetable. They’re made in small batches with fresh, high-quality ingredients.A French-inspired pie dishFoto: sourceWilliams SonomaEmile Henry Ruffled Pie Dish, $38.99 Burgundian clay is known for distributing and retaining heat evenly, giving them a warm, perfectly browned pie every time. And the ruffled edge makes it look as good it tastes. A crate of rich truffle productsFoto: sourceWilliams SonomaWilliams Sonoma Truffle Pantry Crate, $119.95 With this gift, they can incorporate black or white truffle into every part of their meal, whether they sprinkle it over popcorn to elevate movie night or spread it over crostini for an exciting appetizer. A charming Wookiee apronFoto: sourceWilliams SonomaStar Wars Chewbacca Adult Apron, $31.96 The comfortable apron is charming, too, with its felt appliques and striking resemblance to the lovable copilot. A retro stand mixer celebrating a 100-year-old brandFoto: sourceWilliams SonomaKitchenAid Heritage Artisan 5-Quart Stand Mixer with Ceramic Hobnail Bowl, $499.95 The limited-edition mixer is a slightly smaller version of the commercial-size models, but doesn’t sacrifice power and efficiency. It features 10 mixing speeds that allow them to make a variety of recipes, a beater that scrapes both the sides and middle of the bowl, and most obviously, a vintage-style, textured ceramic bowl. A machine that will make them want to make pasta every nightFoto: sourceWilliams SonomaPhilips Pasta Maker, $299.95 The machine is expensive, but it also does the bulk of the work: mixing, kneading, and shaping. All your recipient needs to do is measure their ingredients and add them to the machine. As they become more comfortable with it, they can experiment with different flavors and recipes. Cookie cutters for your family’s resident “Harry Potter” fanFoto: sourceWilliams SonomaHarry Potter House Crest Cookie Cutters, $16.95 While a Hufflepuff will bake more than enough cookies to feed everyone at the party, a Slytherin might keep them all to themselves, or only relinquish the burned ones. Just be warned that the detailed designs might be challenging to decorate for beginning bakers. A grill-cleaning toolFoto: sourceWilliams SonomaGrand Grill Daddy Grill Cleaning Brush, $69.95 The first step to a successful grilling session is having a clean grill. This brush steams up their grill so they can scrub away all the grease and residue quickly and thoroughly. A wine-chilling toolFoto: sourceWilliams SonomaCorkcicle Wine Chilling Wand, $29.95 In addition to keeping their wine preserved, you can help them keep it chilled at the perfect temperature with Corkcicle’s stainless steel wand. It also aerates the wine as it’s being poured out. A travel-friendly coffee pressFoto: sourceWilliams SonomaEspro Coffee Travel Press, $34.95-$39.95 For the person who can’t go a day without their coffee, get this portable press. It’ll caffeinate them on the go, and it works as a traditional press or a pour-over press. Their coffee stays hot thanks to the double wall insulation. The secret to perfectly shaped chocolate chip cookiesFoto: sourceWilliams SonomaOxo Cookie Scoop, $13.95-$14.95 The handy scoop dispenses rows and rows of uniform cookie dough balls every single time. Get the small size for 2-inch diameter cookies and the medium size for 2.75-inch diameter cookies. A screen that protects them from hot oil splashesFoto: sourceWilliams SonomaWilliams Sonoma Silicone Splatter Screen, $24.95 The screen protects not only skin but also the nearby walls from stubborn, oily grease. It’s a clever design because it has perforations to allow steam to escape and prevent the food from becoming soggy. A cookbook that revolves around the most important meal of the dayFoto: sourceWilliams SonomaWilliams Sonoma Breakfast Bible Cookbook, $19.95 Make no mistake – these aren’t your basic breakfast recipes. There are more than 100 recipes covering every category of breakfast you can think of: eggs, pastries, smoothie bowls, and more. One morning, they can make huevos rancheros, and the next, a Vietnamese breakfast sandwich. A madeleine pan with more than one use caseFoto: sourceWilliams SonomaNonstick Madeleine Pan, $25 While the nonstick pan is formally designed to make fluffy madeleines, the shape of the molds also works for any other similar type of batter, like corn cake or biscuit. A small device that grinds spices and nutsFoto: sourceWilliams SonomaCuisinart Spice & Nut Grinder, $39.95 The compact tool’s sharp blades and powerful motor grind everything from cinnamon sticks to nuts into a fine dust. Or, if you’d prefer a more chunky texture, press on the lid a fewer number of times. A spiralizer that can turn a vegetable into four different shapesFoto: sourceWilliams SonomaPaderno Spiralizer, $49.95 Angel hair, spiral cut, shoestring, or ribbon – they can pick any of these cuts that will make eating vegetables more interesting. The spiralizer works will all firm fruits and vegetables, including apples, carrots, and zucchini. A set of rustic, woven coastersFoto: sourceWilliams SonomaNito Coasters, $24.95 Nito is a type of fern found abundantly in the Philippines. As it turns out, it also makes for an eye-catching and easy-to-maintain material for drink coasters. A mini beer station that turns their kitchen counter into their favorite neighborhood barFoto: sourceWilliams SonomaVacu Vin Home Bar Beer Station, $29.95 The affordable station includes a beer blade to skim off excess foam and a draining tray that helps keep the counter dry. A cookware staple made from powerful and durable materialsFoto: sourceWilliams SonomaAll-Clad d5 Stainless-Steel 8-inch Fry Pan, $125 Everything in All-Clad’s d5 Stainless Steel line features five layers of stainless steel and aluminum, a construction that’s durable and highly heat conductive. A fry pan may not be the most exciting kitchen gift, but it’ll certainly be one of the most useful. A smoker boxFoto: sourceWilliams SonomaSmoker Box, $49.95 A smoker box is a shortcut to infuse any meat with smoke. It’s not as large as a full smoker (it can fit inside a grill), but it’ll trap and circulate the smoke to give their chicken, fish, and beef an enhanced barbecue taste. A high-tech toaster ovenFoto: sourceWilliams SonomaBreville Mini Smart Toaster Oven, $179.95 The oven gets its “smart” moniker from its internal sensor tech that automatically adjusts power and calculates cooking time. There are eight preset cooking functions to accompany the large nonstick interior and a heat setting that goes up to 450°F. The post 32 kitchen gifts from Williams Sonoma for the cook and foodie in your life appeared first on Business Insider Nederland.
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