20 Fun and Unusual Stocking Stuffers for Cooks!

20 Fun and Unusual Stocking Stuffers for Cooks!

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Dana Velden
Dec 3, 2010
It's usually pretty easy to find things for a cook's holiday stocking. The culinary world is full of little bits of kitchen gadgetry and smartly packaged foodstuffs. But if you're searching for something beyond a clutch of vegetable peelers and Trader Joe's Gift Cards*, then take a look at this roundup of fun and unusual little gifts for the cook. *not that I wouldn't want these, too! First RowEgg Cozies, $18 for set of two • Recipe Cards, $10 for 16 • Winter Citrus Soap, $8.00 • Linen Origami Food Sacks $22 for two • Long Handled Spoon, $32.49 Second RowRed Mini-Cleaver, $13.95 • Mulling Spices, $6.00 makes 3 gallons • Antler Tea Towel, $36.00 AUS • Baker's Twine, $2.25 for 30 yards • Handmade Pot Holders, $16 for two Third RowKewpie Mayonaise, $4.95 • Horse Head Bottle Opener, $14.95 • Cake Flags, $25 for bundle of 10 • Rancho Gordo Bumpersticker, $1.00 and • Christmas Lima Beans, $4.95 Fourth Row • Unusual spices such as malab, pink peppercorns and grains of paradiseDouble-Layer Red Stripe Dish Cloths, $5.95 • Vegetable Garden Seeds, $1.50 - $3.50 per pack • All-In-One Spatula, $5.95 • Handmade Anchor Pocket Knife, $39.70 Do you have any favorite stocking stuffers? What do you like to slip into a cook's Christmas stocking? Related: Stocking Stuffer Idea: Mini Bags of Coffee
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