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Lottie + Doof Gift Guide 2009

Hanukkah is here! Christmas and the New Year are right around the corner! Here are some suggestions for kitchen-related things you might like to give or receive! 10 things I love. I hope you do too! Check in later today for the 11th cookie!

These salt & pepper shakers [1] from Heath Ceramics are one of my favorite things—beautiful and really nice to use. They have a good weight to them.

Fennel pollen! [2] Peggy Knickerbocker wrote, “If angels sprinkled a spice from their wings, this would be it.”

I love this towel [3]! Conversions and a ruler printed right on it. Almost too pretty to use. (But I am still using it)

Canal House Cooking [4] is a self-published cookbook series by Christopher Hirsheimer and Melissa Hamilton. Three beautiful cookbooks a year. What more could you ask for? The first two have been wonderful, can’t wait to see what the future holds!

The Diner Journal [5] is such a beautiful publication and was a lovely gift to receive. (Also, you have this magazine to thank for the Chocolate Caramel Tart [6])

This is my favorite candle [7]. Smells like a wood burning fireplace. Perfect for those of us without one. I don’t know what this has to do with food.

These beautiful straws [8] at Brook Farm General Store would be a fun gift. Brook Farm General Store [9] is one of those places where I honestly want everything they sell. Amazing place.

If anyone is looking for something for me, how about 10 pounds of frozen tart cherries [10] from Friske Farms? I can’t imagine a better treat in the middle of winter. FYI- shipping is more than the actual cherries. But still!

Everyone needs a good kitchen clock and this one [11] is particularly beautiful. It swings!

Tekla towels [12] from IKEA are great, and at 49 cents each you can afford to get them for everyone! They make great gift wrap.

Happy Hanukkah everyone!!! See you later for a cookie!