Holiday Gift Guide: For the Entertainer & Chef

Gift Ideas for the Hostess and Chef


Happy Thanksgiving Eve! The day before a holiday is almost as exciting as the holiday itself. Everyone is in a festive mood already. If you’re hitting the road or skies this weekend, travel safe.


one: how fun & festive are these cheers coasters? they’d make a great stocking stuffer too!

two: the le creuset dutch oven is a repeat pick on my gift guide for a good reason. if i had to choose only one item to have in my kitchen, this would be it. i use it more than any other gadget or cookware item. and in this french gray? be still my grey heart.

three: we eat a lot of avocados in this house. anyone else think getting the core out can be a slippery and dangerous mess? enter the 3-in-1 avocado slicer. it makes splitting, pitting and slicing avocados a breeze.

four: i never used to be a huge fan of breakfast, but somewhere in my 30’s i hopped on board. there are days i have breakfast for every meal. on those days, i need the breakfast cookbook to ensure i’m not eating cereal for every meal.

five: for the cutting edge wine aficionado, the coravin model two would be a great gift. you can drink a glass of wine from any bottle without uncorking it. crazy huh?!

six: pair this cheers decor with the coasters and a bottle of champagne to make a cute hostess gift!

seven: can a serving tray be beautiful? i think this copper handled tray is. i picture it displayed on a bar cart…

eight: the tiny tim cocktail mix tastes like christmas in a bottle. a mix of herbs and all-natural juices, just add some rum for a tasty treat. here in phoenix, you can find them at urbAna too. i’ve already picked up a few of these for holiday gifts.

nine: moscow mules are my favorite summer drink and it goes without saying they must be served in a copper mug.

ten: i’ve loved the anthropologie latte bowls for years and finally added them to my wish list. this set of 6 comes in 4 colors.


check out my other gift guides for more ideas for your girl’s night gals ($50 and under), the kids, the adventurer, and the bookworm & music lover

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