10 Gifts for the Cheese-Obsessed Cook

updated May 1, 2019
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Do you know a curd nerd? Or someone who loves cheese whey too much? It’s okay if that person is you! No matter who you’re shopping for, consider giving some of these cheese-themed gifts. You’ll be hard-pressed to find anything better!

Here are 10 delightful gifts for the cheese-obsessed.

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  1. Fresh Cheese Making Kit, $25 at Farm Steady: This kit comes with everything (but the milk) to make mozzarella, burrata, ricotta, and mascarpone.
  2. Cheese Stone, from $75 at Farmhouse Pottery: Because it’s stoneware, a quick stint in the oven allows this board to warm up soft cheeses on the table. Or it can go in the freezer to keep other cheesy treats cool during a party.
  3. Geometric Bee’s Wrap, $19 at Bee’s Wrap: Made of beeswax, organic cotton, organic jojoba oil, and tree resin, this is the natural way to wrap up cheese. And it now comes in this fun pattern.
  4. Cheese 101 at Home, $120 at Murray’s: If your fellow cheesehead doesn’t live near this famous cheese shop, she can still take a class. Murray’s now offers classes online and, before the session, they’ll ship a giant box of five tasty cheeses.
  5. Cheese Grotto, $350 at Cheese Grotto: Serious cheese lovers know that, sometimes, their refrigerator can work against a good wedge. This sturdy box with ventilation ducts, removable wooden shelves, and a clay slab in the bottom fits in the fridge and will keep cheeses at their best.
  6. Enamel + Ash Cheese Dome, $58 at Schoolhouse Electric: For anyone who likes a dramatic unveiling, this enamelware dome will help.
  7. Cheese Doormat, $43 at Houzz: In case there’s any confusion over what sort of people live down the block from you.
  8. Gold Arrow Cheese Markers, $20 at Woodwaves: Is there a better way to point out a cheese plate?
  9. Bark Cheese Knives, $70 at Vanillawood: Everyone’s gonna want to get a handle on these stainless steel knives with hand-carved wood-grain texture.
  10. Art Print, from $33 at Society6: Because no kitchen is complete without a cheese print!
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