Foodie GiftsPublished on November 30, 2018

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  • Available at Le Creuset, starting at $200

  • Find it at Home Hardware, $129.97

  • Available at Chef’s Paradise for $399.95

  • Find the latest design—the Urban lamp ($56)—along with others plus a range of home fragrance refills at Grace in the Kitchen

  • Available at The Bay, St. Laurent, $72

  • Bowl by Ginger McCoy, $32

  • Made by renowned Swedish company Sagaform, find it at The Modern Shop, $41

  • Available at The Unrefined Olive, $37.50

From gourmet food products to the latest gadgets to pretty things for the table, Ottawa stores are brimming with gift ideas for foodies.

Braising beauty

Le Creuset’s newest hue—Blueberry—is a beautiful addition to their range of kitchen-to-table cookware. This enamelled cast iron braiser—available in three sizes and eight other colours—is perfect for searing then slow cooking.

Available at Le Creuset, starting at $200

Dive into flavour

The Kuraidori Precision Cooker is a must-have item for home cooks eager to embrace the superior results of sous vide cooking. Easy to use, it maintains an even temperature, delivering restaurant-quality food every time.

Find it at Home Hardware, $129.97

Tastier than takeout

The Ooni/Uuni-3 outdoor oven is revolutionizing pizza-making at home. It heats up to 932°F in just 10 minutes, cooking an authentic wood-fired pizza in just 60 seconds. It’s portable and great for other quick-cooking foods such as meat, seafood or vegetables.

Available at Chef’s Paradise for $399.95

Breathe deeply

Maison Berger lamps, popular for 120 years, are stylish and functional, purifying the air through diffusion, destroying molecules responsible for lingering cooking or pet odours.

Find the latest design—the Urban lamp ($56)—along with others plus a range of home fragrance refills at Grace in the Kitchen

Culinary canvases

From the Kate Spade All In Good Taste collection, this set of four stoneware plates is fun and functional, offering loads of presentation possibilities as side plates or for serving up hors d’oeuvres, sandwiches, pizza or more.

Available at The Bay, St. Laurent, $72

Practical art

Quality handmade pottery can do double-duty as an objet d’art and a serving piece. Commission a special item or choose from a big selection of plates, teapots, mugs, bowls and more—at the Hintonburg Pottery Shop.

Bowl by Ginger McCoy, $32

Kitchen grateness

This oak and stainless steel cheese grater—complete with a drawer to hold the grated cheese—is sure to bring years of enjoyment both as a functional tool and a stylish serving piece at the table.

Made by renowned Swedish company Sagaform, find it at The Modern Shop, $41

Rewarding reading

The gorgeous Olive Oil & Vinegar Lover’s Cookbook by Canadian expert Emily Lycopolus, offers a wealth of information and recipes for using the many great oils and vinegars available today. Pair it with a taster pack of some new flavours for the perfect gift.

Available at The Unrefined Olive, $37.50


Paula Roy

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