Here we are at day 3 of my holiday gift guides! Are there any cooks or entertainers on your shopping list this year? If so, I’ve found some of the hottest gifts around!
I’m in love with the natural beauty of the Kiva Platters by RabLabs New York. Natural stone polished to perfection with precious metals contoured to the natural edges. $375/$420
Cooking is fun with this much color! Le Creuset’s Mini Cocottes Set is available in the smashing aqua color “Caribbean.” Seven other colors available. It even comes with a cookbook of recipes to prepare in these little stoneware beauties. $80
Got a grill master on your list? Why not try the Washugyu Filet Mignon, Set of 2 from Williams-Sonoma! Kobe-style beef raised in Oregon. $80
I’ve been a huge fan of the cake stands from Fishs Eddy for quite some time. The Elizabeth Blue 10″ Square Cake Stand is a new favorite! $100
This is the perfect, inexpensive stocking stuffer! Handy Food Storage Labels from The Pampered Chef. $5
I love the versatility of the lidded Classic Batter Bowl from The Pampered Chef. Mix, measure, store, reheat and even bake in this must-have. $16
Give someone the gift of healthier cooking! The Cuisinart CPC-600 Pressure Cooker seals in flavor, nutrients and moisture for amazing meals.
Written by my good friend Kathryn Greeley, The Collected Tabletop is filled with inspiration for the entertainer in your life.
Here’s a fun way to groom the future entertainers in your family! The Perfect Setting Placemats available through Tobi Fairley Home are great for teaching children how to set the table. They’re also just fun for casual everyday dining. Comes in a pad of 50 sheets. $22
The Ravenscroft Double Blind Black Tasting Glass comes in a set of 4. Have a fun game of “name that wine” with friends! The dark color of the glass disquises the color of the wine inside. Cheers! $43
Here’s a great stocking stuffer from Big Kitchen, the Stainless Steel Push Button Wine Bottle Stopper. $8
A subscription to Wine Spectator would be the perfect gift for the wine enthusiast on your list. An entire year of great reading would surely be appreciated! $50
Head over to the Red Stitch Wine website and get on their mailing list now! You just might get to purchase a coveted bottle of their highly sought after supply for yourself.
Help your wine afficionado keep track of it all! This Wine Journal from organize.com even includes 25 label removers. $19
A great accompaniment to wine, the Beehive Cheese & Creminelli Salami Collection from Williams-Sonoma contains artisan cheese from Utah and premium salami from Italy. A tasty holiday treat! $50
The wine cellar of the Capital Hotel in Little Rock is available for private tastings and dinners. Contact Ashley’s Restaurant for details.
I’ll be back tomorrow with a few more gift guides! Tobi