I love getting new utensils...spatulas, serving spoons, etc.. If you want something nicer, how about a stand up mixer. I use mine all the time!
I have a small food processor that I used when I don't want to use the larger one--and I love it. I also love little gadgets and things that make cooking a meal easier and fun. Whether she loves cooking or not--a great set of knifes. Most people have their "good china" , but a really pretty set of everyday dishes is wonderful. I like tea and someone gave me a wonderful set of cups with sauces---they are beautiful and I love drinking coffer, tea or hot chocolate in those cups. A pretty vase for the table where can have fresh flowers. This is just a beginning... I know others will have great ideas.
How about a counter top composting bin? These are easy to find at kitchen stores or Bed, Bath & Beyond. Or else a kitchen herb growing kit?
Try the Mezzaluna - I did a hub on it - something different and great for anyone who loves cooking. Check it out and see what you think. PeggyW has some great cookwear and book hubs too
A smoothie maker? She can make yummy fruit drinks that are healthy, or use it to make fancy drinks with alcohol if friends are visiting.
First I would find out what theme or color scheme the woman has going in her kitchen. One really cute idea that you can customize is to find a basket and make a little personalized gift set. You can spend as little or as much as you want to on the gift.
To save money I would go to thrift stores or yard sales and find a cute used basket that you can use to put the items in. Then I would visit a store that sells kitchen items. You can either go to a high end department store like Gottschalks, an everyday store like Target or Walmart, or if you are on a budget you can even find items at your local Dollar Tree or 99 Cent stores. My three favorite places to buy items to make gift baskets are the Dollar Tree, Ross, and Michaels. If I was making a kitchen basket I would pick up things like pot holders, kitchen utensils, kitchen towels, timers, small little gagdets to make cooking easier (egg seperator, flour sifter, apple corer, etc.) and anything that might go with that person's kitchen theme. For example if they had a cow themed kitchen I might try to find a cute little cow magnet or figurine.
Making a gift basket is such a great idea because you can completely customize the gift for your friend and by doing this your friend will feel very appreciated. Your friend will also enjoy looking through and using all of the little things that you picked out for her.
Cookbooks, good pan, margarita maker, cappuccino maker, nice serving platters.
A breadmaker or A beautiful apron or Luxury soap with some matching luxury handcream.
I think the real question is that does she really want kitchen ware as gifts?
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As per my opinion you should gift her Emma Bridgewater pottery for kitchen. And it should be purchased from Algram.co.uk
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