Broma’s 2018 Holiday Gift Guide: For the Foodie

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December 8, 2018
Lifestyle + Gift Guides
December 8, 2018

Broma’s 2018 Holiday Gift Guide: For the Foodie

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Broma’s 2018 Holiday Gift Guide: For the Foodie

The 2018 Holiday Gift Guide: For the Foodie is for the food lover in your life, filled with goodies from cookbooks to kitchen gadgets, and more!

Part 3 of the Holiday Gift Guide is HERE. I’m super stoked for this foodie gift guide. If you haven’t already, check out Part 1: For the BFF and Part 2: For the Man in Your Life now! 

There are SO MANY gadgets that can be used in the kitchen. So to simplify that for you I made a list of stuff that I love and use. Any of these things are perfect for the foodie in your life.

Sister Pie Cookbook $25 – Sister Pie is an unassuming bakery in Detroit’s West Village that’s a Southeast Michigan institution. If you visit Detroit, you stop at Sister Pie. And now with their newly released cookbook, you don’t have to go anywhere to have their critically acclaimed, Salted Maple Pie 🙂

Vitamix Professional Grade $470 – With 10 variable speeds and a super cute look, this is the gift of a century for the foodie in your life!

Reusable Beeswax Wrap $18 – A sustainable, natural alternative to plastic wrap? Count me in.

Staub Cast Iron $150 – Every foodie needs a good cast iron to cook in. I love the vintage look of this Staub one. Plus, Staub is a brand very close to my heart- I have never had a caste iron pan I loved more!

Crate and Barrel Vintage Teapot $50 – I love the vintage look of this teapot. We have it on our stove at all times half so I can drink more tea and half  because it’s just so darn cute.

Nordic Ware Baking Trays $17 – These are MY FAVORITE BAKING SHEETS EVER. They bake things so evenly, are lightweight, and get a great patina when you put them through the dishwasher (hello, food photography props!)

Hedley & Bennett Denver Crossback Apron $90-Hedley & Bennett makes the best aprons in the game. Plus, who doesn’t love looking cute in the kitchen?

Instant Pot $95 – This year’s kitchen gadget trend is the Instant Pot, and I’m into it. This pot does everything and in record time. It doubles as a pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, yogurt maker, cake maker, egg cooker, steamer, warmer, and sterilizer, and for just $95 you can’t beat it!

Knife Sharpener $16 – Give the gift of the most underrated kitchen accessory to the foodie in your life. Maybe not super sexy, but the mostest useful!

Sur la Table Cooking Class $75-$199 – Into gifting experiences? SAME. A Sur la Table cooking class should do the trick! Available at Sur la Table’s all over the country.

Annual Stumptown Coffee Subscription $192 – $600 – Coffee=Life. But seriously though.

KitchenAid Mixer $280 – I mean, do I even have to explain this gift? It’s like the gold standard of baking appliances.

Hand Blown Wine Decanter $43 – This decanter is amazing because the shape allows an entire bottle of wine to breathe at one time. And it takes any bar cart to the next level!

Eco-Friendly Straws $8 – Metal straws are a great eco-friendly alternative to single-use plastic straws. This would make a great stocking stuffer for the iced coffee fanatic in your life!

Custom Apolis Farmer’s Market Tote $68 – I LOVE THE LOOK OF THIS BAG. And it’s not just cute and customizable, it’s made to last 8 years and carry over 100 lbs.

Stainless Steel Bartender Kit $40- A solid bartender set is an absolutely must in any foodie’s home! Make great cocktails at home and save money by not going out. It’s cold outside anyway 🙂

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