Kitchenware Gifts for the FOODIE

What gifts do you get for that special peep who loves spending time in the kitchen? Who reads cookbooks like novels? Who oohs and aahs over menus and spends hours planning the perfect meal? Here’s what:

Available in classic red and traditional black, the Emile Henry baguette baker recreates the conditions of a traditional bread oven with a high level of carefully controlled humidity. The results are always delicious. See

The Global carving set is hand forged, ice tempered and perfectly balanced. Its lightweight stainless steel handles are seamlessly constructed and textured for grip. See


The Kitchen Grips chef mitt is heat and stain resistant, water repellent, flexible and comfortable to use. It’s also dishwasher safe and its extendable cuff provides added protection. See


The dual sensing probe thermometer helps ensure it’s cooked to perfection. It’s programmable, there’s a temperature guide on the thermometer and there’s also an overtime alert. See


The Nogent oyster knife and fish scaler will help ensure your next seafood feast is a snap to prepare. There’s a lifetime guarantee on these products, which are made in France with high quality stainless steel blades. See


Made of handcrafted olive wood, the Berard double salt keeper features two separate salt compartments and a pivoting lid to keep the sale covered and protected. See


The AdHoc Floatea is a floating tea egg that always floats to the surface. Dishwasher safe, the stainless steel and nylon design includes a stand to collect drips after use. See


The Kitchen Grips deluxe pan handle holder makes cooking safer and easier. Heat and stain resistant, water repellent and flexible, it’s also dishwasher safe. See


* Please note: The website for Browne & Co. is misspelled on pages 19 to 21 in the winter 2014 print issue of Ottawa Family Living Magazine. The website is Browne & Co. is the Canadian distributor of some of the world’s finest kitchenware brands.

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