Christmas Gift Guide: Gadgets

By
Eve O'Sullivan
Added
25 November, 2016

Kitchen gifts for friends or family who like to cook.

For the word nerd


There are hours of fun to be had with these clever cookie cutters - personalise it even further by including a recipe card of your favourite shortbread biscuits. And if you're after a shortbread recipe to use these cutters on, try Fiona Cairns' classic shortbread.

£9.99, Lakeland


For the practical cook


Ok, it’s not exactly a luxury item, but trust us, this gravy separator will soon become indispensable to the cook in your life. Would make a great stocking filler.  

£8-12, John Lewis


For the spice lover


Cooked author Anjum Anand gave us the invaluable advice of storing whole spices then grinding as and when you need them to ensure the most vibrant flavours possible in your curries. This spice grinder is sleek, efficient and, most importantly, easy to clean.

£50, Cuisinart


For the keen baker


You can use this on fondant icing, shortbread or even savoury crackers for a simple but stunning finish. Our tip is to pick one up for yourself and use to make edible gifts. 

£24, Not on the Highstreet


For the design lover


Ok, we know this garlic press and storage jar doesn’t come cheap, but if you need a gift to make an impact for the food lover who has everything, then look no further. As striking as it is efficient.

£60, John Lewis




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