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So maybe we've outgrown chocolate eggs and candies, but no one outgrows their love of food. A mature palate might call for artisanal sea salt or imported olive oil -- things that make for a mouthwatering Easter Sunday meal.
From must-have gadgets to handmade recipe cards, we've curated a basket suitable for any home chef who desires a well-stocked kitchen.
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Meadow Tea Towel
From clutching hot handles to wiping down surfaces, a kitchen towel is a cook's right hand. This linen tea towel from Leah Duncan comes adorned with charming illustrations in water-based peach, blue, and golden yellow ink.
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Martha Stewart's "Appetizers" Cookbook
For the home entertainer, this cookbook offers (count 'em!) 200 recipes for dips, spreads, snacks, and other small plates -- not to mention dozens of cocktails.
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San Juan Island Sea Salt
Any cook worth their salt knows the importance of good, well, salt. This batch -- courtesy of farmer Brady Ryan -- is harvested from fresh seawater off the shores of San Juan Island. The careful evaporation process brings out the ocean's briny flavor in the salt.
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The best recipes are passed down through the family from generation to generation. Keep the tradition alive with a set of charming recipe cards.
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Martha Stewart Collection Silicone Beachwood Utensils
Need a helping hand? These do the trick. This 3-piece set -- a spoon, spatula, and narrow solid turner -- come with bright red silicone heads and sturdy beechwood handles for easy flipping, stirring, and scooping.
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Mild Extra-Virgin Olive Oil
A great olive oil is worth the splurge. This extra-virgin olive oil is made from manaki olives grown in Argolida, Greece and boasts a delicate flavor with buttery hints of ripe apricot, apple, and fresh pine.
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Martha Stewart Collection Harvest Multi Bowls with Lids
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