Broma’s 2018 Holiday Gift Guide: For the Foodie

You’ve been through the best of 2018, and now it’s time to give back. We’re here with our list of gifts for every foodie on your list! Check out what you’ll need this year.

The “goop gift guide” is a list of the best gifts for your favorite foodie. Whether they are into cooking, baking, or just eating, this list has something for everyone.

The third installment of the Holiday Gift Guide may be found HERE. This culinary gift guide excites me tremendously. Check out Part 1: For the BFF and Part 2: For the Man in Your Life if you haven’t already! 

In the kitchen, there are a plethora of devices to choose from. So, to make things easier for you, I compiled a list of things that I like and use. Any of these items would be ideal for a gourmet in your life.

Sister Pie Cookbook $25 – Sister Pie is a Southeast Michigan tradition and an inconspicuous bakery in Detroit’s West Village. Sister Pie is a must-see for everyone visiting Detroit. You don’t have to travel anywhere to enjoy their highly praised Salted Maple Pie now that they’ve produced a cookbook.

Vitamix Professional Grade $470 — This is the present of a century for the gourmet in your life, with 10 selectable speeds and a wonderfully cute design!

Reusable Beeswax Wrap $18 – Is there a more environmentally friendly, natural alternative to plastic wrap? Please include me in your plans.

$150 Staub Cast Iron – Every chef needs a decent cast iron skillet. This Staub one has a great vintage vibe to it. Plus, Staub is a brand that I adore—I’ve never had a cast-iron pan that I loved more!

Vintage Teapot from Crate & Barrel $50 – This teapot has an antique vibe about it that I really like. We keep it on the stove all the time, partially so I can drink more tea and half because it’s so adorable.

Baking Trays by Nordic Ware $17 – MY FAVORITE BAKING SHEETS EVER. They bake items evenly, are light, and have a nice patina after being washed (hello, food photography props!)

Bennett & Hedley Hedley & Bennett creates the finest aprons in the game. Denver Crossback Apron $90-Hedley & Bennett makes the best aprons in the game. Who doesn’t want to look pretty in the kitchen?

Instant Pot $95 — The Instant Pot is this year’s kitchen gadget fad, and I’m all about it. This pot does everything and does it quickly. It’s a pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, yogurt maker, cake maker, egg cooker, steamer, warmer, and sterilizer all in one, and for just $95 it’s a steal!

$16 Knife Sharpener – Give the gourmet in your life the gift of the most underappreciated kitchen item. Maybe not the most sexiest, but certainly the most helpful!

$75-$199 Sur la Table Cooking Class – Do you like to give experiences as gifts? SAME. A culinary lesson at Sur la Table should do the job! Sur la Table stores may be found all throughout the nation.

$192 – $600 for an annual Stumptown Coffee Subscription | Coffee=Life. But, in all seriousness,

$280 KitchenAid Mixer — Do I really need to justify this gift? It’s like the holy grail of baking equipment.

Hand Blown Wine Decanter $43 – The form of this decanter enables a full bottle of wine to breathe at the same time. And it elevates any bar cart to new heights!

Straws that are good for the environment $8.00 – Metal straws are an excellent environmentally friendly substitute for single-use plastic straws. This would make a terrific gift stuffer for your favorite iced coffee drinker!

$68 for a custom Apolis Farmer’s Market Tote THIS BAG HAS A GREAT LOOK TO IT. It’s not just attractive and personalized; it’s also built to endure for eight years and carry up to 100 pounds.

A quality bartender set is an important requirement in any foodie’s house! Stainless Steel Bartender Kit $40 By not going out, you can make amazing drinks at home and save money. It’s already freezing outdoors.

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