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Handpicked by the editors of Martha Stewart Living, we have curated the best gifts for the cook, chef, or culinary connoisseur in your life. Think: an aluminum pasta maker, a sparkling new set of cheese knives, or copper nesting bowls with brilliant shine.
Be a good egg and give Farmhouse Pottery’s solid-ash egg board — it's a pretty way to serve a hard-boiled breakfast to houseguests.
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Small Victories Cookbook
Treat them to dinner all year long with Small Victories (Chronicle Books, 2016), the first solo effort from Julia Turshen, who has written cookbooks with Mario Batali.
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Cozy up with this gingham-print porcelain mug, which is large enough for morning joe and sweet enough for after-dinner ice cream.
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Sweet-talk them. These bars from family-run Woodblock Chocolate Manufactory, in Portland, Oregon, are delicious stocking stuffers — or thank-yous for teachers and sitters.
$4 each, themeadow.com
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Press here for a present that will make them think of you every morning: Yield Design's French press brews coffee in the traditional way but looks incredibly modern while doing so.
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Use your noodle to come up with something they’ll love but might not buy for themselves: Atlas's 150 Aluminum pasta maker.
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Say cheese to this handsome set of marble and copper knives.
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Copper Nesting Bowls
Give the glow of copper without altering the taste or color of the food you put in it: Martha Stewart Collection's nesting bowls are stainless steel inside.
$58 for a set of 3, macys.com
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Tickle their taste buds with pickles made at Shed, the James Beard Award–winning restaurant and market in Healdsburg, California.
$12 each, healdsburgshed.com
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