For the third installment of our gift guide, we take you into the kitchen.
This holiday season, encourage the people in your life to get in the kitchen and find comfort in the act of cooking and sharing food with close friends with these gifts. Hopefully, you will reap the rewards from their time in the kitchen.
Hedley & Bennet Denver apron is made out of durable duck cloth. Certain to last for many holiday and weeknight dinners.
Cattails Woodwork has a beautiful handcrafted rolling pins. Made from yellow birch, these are as beautiful as they are functional.
These beautiful containers from Kept Goods will look great on your counter while being completely functional.
The FINEX cast iron skillet has a unique octagonal shape. When the lid is on it looks like an umbrella. It looks so good I would leave this utilitarian on the stove as a conversation piece.
Maple with Cherry wood accents, this bread board from Boston HandyWorks will make a beautiful presentation for bread, cured meats or cheese. Plus you will be helping to employee homeless men and women in the Boston area.