Gift Ideas for that Real Foodie in Your Life

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Along with being a Real Foodie, comes a few necessities — well actually, lots of necessities in the form of kitchen appliances, tools, gadgets and high quality ingredients. I love to receive a new tool or gadget that will help make my job in the kitchen a little easier. I also really appreciate food items that pass the test of being real food and are from reputable sources. Here are a few of my favorites to give and to get.

Food Items That Makes Great Gifts

Selina Makai Pure sea salt Under $400.00

Under $249.00

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31Qj99BM4UL._SY300_ Under $50.00

4108CNR5XGL._SY355_ Under $30.00

41ZGP670F9L._SY355_ Have wonderful holidays. I hope you give and receive everything you wish for and more!

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  • Kristie December 13, 2013, 3:51 pm

    I was interested in knowing how you clean your le creuset cookware. I have a Lodge pot (no Le Creuset yet!) and it gets stained. I don’t want to mess up the finish,but I am unsure how to make sure it is really clean How do you clean yours?

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    • Jill December 13, 2013, 4:01 pm

      Hi Kristie,
      For the enamel coated, I simply wipe out any oil left in the pan with a paper towel and then give a quick wash with warm water and soap. But if you have seasoned cast iron with no coating I think you just wipe out the left over oil and keep it in a dry place. Cast iron is different.

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  • Kristie December 13, 2013, 3:57 pm

    How did you choose the stock pot you have listed? I have done some research, but still trying to figure out how to choose safe stainless steel. Thank you!

    Reply
    • Jill December 13, 2013, 4:03 pm

      Kristie,
      I think this is a good brand. Most stainless steel has an aluminum core, but that does not touch the food. I am happy with mine.

      Reply
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