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Introducing Our Holiday Gift Guides

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Remember that feeling of panic when Christmas is days away and you have no gifts wrapped? Not this year! We're introducing our 2014 holiday gift guides -- with ideas for everyone on your list, arranged by personality and price.

Today: Today we're featuring four gift guides with ideas to match everyone's passions -- we've got perfect presents for the baker, the cook who has everything, the gardener, and the new cook. Visit the shop for all the guides!

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For the Baker

As bakers ourselves, we can tell you there is nothing quite as thrilling as a new pie plate or a well-shaped rolling pin. Bakers appreciate tools with utility: a high-quality serrated knife, a ceramic egg separator, and beeswax bread wrap. We also like to give flat-out beautiful presents, like a handmade copper cookie cutters or a scalloped ceramic brioche dish

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 For the Cook Who Has Everything

If you have cooks on your list who seem to have every kitchen tool possible, don't stress! We spend a lot (trust us, a lot!) of our time scouring the country for cool, unique products that make top-notch gifts. Wrap up a stack of iconic cookbooks, or a piece of shiny copper cookware, or a set of gold flatware

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For the Gardener

What do you get for someone with a green thumb? A brass flower pot to showcase their prettiest blooms, heirloom seeds to grow hard-to-find plants like kaleidoscope carrots and edible marigolds, and a walnut countertop compost bin to give their crops a second life. 

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For the New Cook

Starting out in the kitchen should be a great, glorious, delicious adventure. Maybe you can't help a new cook avoid their first broken sauce or burnt batch of cookies, but you can make the learning curve easier by making sure they have the essentials they need: tea towels, aprons, enamel pots, and oven mitts -- all chosen for their style and smart design. Because if you're going to make a mess in kitchen, you should look good doing it. 

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See all the 17 gift guides here -- arranged by personality and price.

Photos by Mark Weinberg

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