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Gourmet gifts for foodies

Andrew Zimmern of Bizarre Food shares the handiest holiday gifts for aspiring chefs or entertainers.

Gourmet gifts for foodies

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Jamie Bissonnette can take ordinary food, even odd bits, and make angels weep. That’s real cooking. And it’s why this book belongs stained and used in the kitchen of every human being who owns a cutting board.

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If you’ve never been inspired to make pasta from scratch in your own kitchen, one look at this cookbook–with step-by-step photo instructions and dreamy pasta dishes–and you’ll suddenly find yourself dusting off your pasta machine.

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So you think that very special coffee geek in your life is a little nutty. But does he like his coffee nutty? Perhaps a little citrusy? And, most importantly, where to shop for him? Well, consulting our handy coffee-themed gift compilation is certainly not a bad place to start this holiday season.

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Be the ultimate campsite chef with a complete, lightweight set of dishes & cookware.

The stunning simplicity of these Blunt Roll aprons is a timeless style that performs well, cleans up beautifully and looks cool in the kitchen.

Win a copy of the brand new Gluten-Free Artisan Bread in 5 Minutes a Day by Zoe Francois here!

Constructed with a flat bottom and enameled cast iron, this wok heats evenly on any cooktop, allowing me to stir-fry, braise (it's oven safe!), and sauté with ease.

Listed as one of the top 10 best-selling cookbooks of all time by the New York Times, Moosewood Coookbook was rather revolutionary when it was first published in 1974, with a focus on healthy plant-based cooking. Still as relevant as ever, Katzen’s cookbook should be a mainstay in your collection.

Plenty More by Yotam Ottolenghi, amazing recipes and beautiful photographs of creative vegetable cooking.

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This enameled cast-iron wok is a home chef's dream, with the versatility to brown, braise, saute, sear, fry and boil.

French Roots is an intimate guide to living the good life, with stories of France and the Bay Area in the 70s, and recipes highlighting old world French dishes alongside simple California cuisine inspired by the kitchen at Chez Panisse.

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    This is a cookbook not a book.

Mexico: The Cookbook includes recipes from all regions in #Mexico – from street food, soups and meats to dessert. It's a must for anyone interested in tackling Mexican cuisine in the kitchen.

Everyone needs a beautiful ceramic garlic and shallot vessel to keep their alliums cool, with air circulating around them.

This two piece olive wood utensil set is so awesome, you’ll want to stock up for future housewarming gifts.