Gifts for cookbook lovers

gift baskets

These gifts would be a delight for any food or cookbook lover to unwrap. If you know of any sites that we've missed, let us know in the comments and we'll add them to the post. 

UK

Yotam Ottolenghi - Gift hampers and kits (more items on the main page)
Nigella Lawson - Stationery and gift wrap
Fuchsia Dunlop - Authentic Chinese Cooking Set with a copy of Every Grain of Rice
Claire Ptak - The Violet Bakery Christmas Menu 2016
River Cottage - Knives, shirt, towels, and of course cookbooks
Three Sisters Bake - Brownie boxes, vouchers, and a cookbook!
ScandiKitchen - All types of Scandinavian treats (hurry, many are starting to sell out)
Spice Kitchen - gift hampers built around cookbooks and spice collections
Sous Chef - additional gift hampers built around cookbooks including several cocktail sets

AUSTRALIA

Maggie Beer - Christmas hampers built around cookbooks
Donna Hay - These hampers include tools and tableware along with cookbooks
Cornersmith - Hampers featuring pickled products + cookbooks
Sarah Wilson - Books and Ebooks, meal plans, and totebags
Pamper Hampers - gift hampers built around cookbooks

NEW ZEALAND

Annabel Langbein - Kitchen tools, seed packs, cookbooks, and more 

USA

Eataly (Mario Batali and Lidia Bastianich) - food gift baskets, many for specific Italian regions
Thomas Keller - Tools, clothing, food products, and books
Food52 - An enormous collection of products from A (apples) to Z (Zwilling knives)
Rick Bayless - Frontera Kitchen food sets
Matt & Ted Lee - Essential Southern foods, signed cookbooks, and more
Maureen Abood - Lebanese ingredients and tools to love
Maggie Battista - Aprons, signed copies of Food Gift Love
Ming Tsai - Tools, cookbooks, food & spices 
Alton Brown - Alton's favorite foodie gifts, including his latest cookbook

1 Comment

  • Lmeyers520  on  12/6/2016 at 3:27 PM

    I would like to know what the gift is with all the jars that is pictured and where to get it.

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