Perfect Gifts for the Cook Who Has Everything

Perfect Gifts for the Cook Who Has Everything

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Nancy Mitchell
Nov 25, 2015
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Gift giving can be tricky. Let's say you have a friend who loves to cook, and you want to get them something you know they'll use. But of course, since they love cooking, they probably already own all the kitchen tools they need. Instead of getting your friend an ice cream maker or a pan shaped like Santa Claus, why not give them a lovely, luxurious version of something they already own? (We wouldn't blame you if you wanted to pick up a few of these things for yourself, too.)

Above: Set of 3 marble pinch pots, $58 from Anthropologie

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Chris Earl rectangle cheese board, $200 from The Dreslyn

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Large brass towel hanger (or pot rail), $102 from Art & Artifice

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Brass 'S' hooks, $24 for a set of 2 from Art & Article

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Natural agate trivet, $128 from Anthropologie

Brass measuring spoons, £52.00 from Couverture & The Garbagestore

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Set of 3 marble prep bowls, $85 from The Dreslyn

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Unglazed ceramic mortar and pestle, $30 from Love Adorned

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Craft salt & pepper mills, $95 from Leif Shop

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Doma serving set, $128 from Anthropologie

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Round marble cutting board, $55 from Leif Shop

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Curly maple cutting board, $195 from Beklina

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Copper plated colander, $58 from Anthropologie

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