Kitchen indulgencePublished on December 13, 2016

  • Bradley Smoker

  • Muckleston & Brockwell Market Butchery
    Photo by: Mark Holleron

  • Savvy Cool Curds

  • The Unrefined Olive
    Photo by: Mark Holleron

  • Knifewear

  • Equator Coffee Roasters
    Photo by: Mark Holleron

Please the cooks in your life this holiday season. Check out these thoughtful, practical suggestions that are sure to make your gift-giving a delicious success.

Bradley Smoker
Up your grilling game with the Bradley Bluetooth-enabled, digital smoker. $649.99 at Canadian Tire.

Muckleston & Brockwell Market Butchery
Custom-crafted wooden spoons are as functional as they are beautiful. Handmade locally by Carcass Pyrography. $60 at Muckleston & Brockwell Market Butchery, 
127 Beechwood Avenue.

Savvy Cool Curds
Put a cheese sommelier to work, curating deliveries of delicious artisanal cheese from Canada’s best cheesemakers. Subscriptions $55 - $60 per month, plus shipping.

The Unrefined Olive
Stand this gorgeous, little stainless-steel fusti on your kitchen counter for easy access to your favourite specialty olive oil. $75 at The Unrefined Olive, 151A Second Avenue and  499 Terry Fox Drive.

The 210-mm long Haruyuki Gyuto is an attractive, versatile knife that will make quick work of any slicing job in the kitchen. $185 at Knifewear, 800 Bank Street.

Equator Coffee Roasters
Treat your java-loving tastebuds to the magic 
of a sturdy Bonavita Brewer. $240 at Equator Coffee Roasters; $13.75 for fair-trade coffee beans, 
412 Churchill Avenue North

Paula Roy

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