With one more full week left of Christmas shopping I am sharing my last round up of my favorite things and Holiday Gift Guide ideas.
You still have time to get your favorite person some of these wonderful gifts that are must haves under the Christmas tree.
I’ve created a list of my favorite cooking essentials and are a must for the cooking lover in your life!
Kyocera’s handy six-piece set equips you with everything you need for a variety of slicing and grating tasks.
This is the perfect kitchen gadget, it doesn’t take up a lot of space and it has multifunctional use.
Frieling created The Ultimate Cooking Surface – A world’s first: Black Cube™ combines all the benefits of stainless steel and nonstick cookware.
I love these pans and Baby Girl the omelet maker informed me that they allow her to make the perfect breakfast omelet.
The CDN Waterproof Pocket Thermometer is for home cooks who want a highly practical cooking thermometer, the long stem provides accurate temperature readings with a fast 6-second response.
KitchenIQ makes easy-to-use electric and manual knife sharpeners as well as wonderful graters, zesters, and specialized veggie tools.
Welcome Home Brands created the free-standing, disposable bakeware eliminates the need for metal bakeware, offering a whole new way to bake, serve, store, and give all in one unit. It’s oven safe to 400°F and freezer safe.
You must try my Banana Nut Bread which I made to test out these wonderful disposable bakeware.
Swiss Diamond International offers the finest nonstick cookware in the world, featuring our revolutionary (patented) surface coating reinforced with real diamond crystals, which received the GOLD MEDAL at the 1999 International Exhibition of Inventors in Geneva, Switzerland.
I love these pots and I can’t wait to add to my collection.
A home cook can never have enough pots!
Peugeot Annecy Cheese Mill exclusive mechanism grates hard and semi-hard cheeses effortlessly; chocolate, walnuts, almonds, hazelnuts and more.
You know I always say the more cheese the better and I have a block of Parmigiano Reggiano waiting to be grated!