The 10 best Christmas culinary gifts
From cruets to burger presses, we have a fine selection of gift ideas for the foodies and keen cooks in your life
Neela Debnath is a member of the Independent's online editorial team. She has an MA in Journalism (NCTJ accredited) from Brunel University. She is interested in current affairs, media and dipping into other areas of journalism.
Tuesday 03 December 2013
This beautiful glazed ceramic cruet with its vintage look is great for pouring oil, it also comes in olive and white.
£19.99, The Oak Room
If you're short of table space, use this cake stand to carry a little bit extra this Christmas. It's 12" and is great for holding all sorts of delights - not just the baked variety.
Yes, it's not strictly speaking for the kitchen but this cute little clutch bag has kitsch design for a fun night out or a quirky casual look.
Stop your cookbooks from getting mucky while you create culinary masterpieces in the kitchen with this sturdy stand.
£50, Roullier White
Okay, this isn't exactly going to help you whip up a treat but we like this brooch and we're sure foodies who are passionate about their cuisine will appreciate this charming accessory.
£40, The Conran Shop
Get your mincemeat ready with this burger press which tightly and evenly compresses meat into the perfect patty.
£16, Roullier White
This fun apron is more for Halloween but the quirky design is certainly unique, made from cotton it is machine washable and just thing for a keen cook.
This elegant pair of bottles are a nice addition to any kitchen with their unusual design that balances light glass with heavy wood. They hold around 300ml of liquid.
£23.50, The Travelling Souk
Sink your chops into this tasty piece of meat which has been cured for four years to give it a deep and rich flavour.
This is a great piece of kitchenware for any budding baker, with a splash guard and an attachment to keep your bowl locked into place, you will have all your cake ingredients mixed up in minutes.
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