We know the type: The friend who has every pan imaginable—organized in order from largest to smallest—and silicone spatulas that are color-coded by use.
We're here to back up. Here is our most unique selection of kitchen goods—so you can get something new for the cook in your life who (you think) has everything:
1. Marble Board
These marble boards stay about 7º F below room temperature, which means they're useful for countless kitchen tasks like rolling out dough and setting out cheeses.
Hung from a sterling silver chain, this is just the necklace to honor your trustiest kitchen workhorse.
One of the best ways to make a kitchen feel larger? Keep the counter space as free as possible.
The unique right-angle edge of this spoon fits into the corners of pots to help scrape up those beloved browned bits.
This chambray is ultra-durable but soft, and will wear in just like your favorite pair of jeans.
Hold whisks, mixing spoons, and kitchen gadgets all their right place—and do it in style.
Beautiful, stackable tableware for the person in your life who likes everything to fit just so.
A toaster that does all the heavy lifting.
9. Glass Juicer
A bigger, better, prettier juicer.
10. Baking Steel
One-up the pizza stone your friends already have.
Not only does this oven mitt conveniently hang on the oven door, but it protects hands, arms, and cookies.
This handmade wall-mounted basket rescues bulb vegetables from dark pantry corners and puts them on display, without cluttering the counter.
Gift wooden spoons that are charming enough to leave out on the counter.
The unique shape of this board means people can sneak in and snack from all sides of the appetizer table—win, win.
Sure, the chef in your life is great at making roasts. But does he or she have the latest technology?
Cheese fanatics, rejoice! This two-ply paper allows cheese to breathe while maintaining optimal humidity—this means the flavor lasts much longer.
The mortar's interior makes the job an easier one, and the wooden pestle is gentler than most.
This spice cubby should be kept at an arm's distance for easy access to sugars, baking soda, coffee, or herbs.
The cook who has everything definitely doesn't have this. Get them a spatula they'll remember—and really use.
Give this to the frequent host amongst your friends, for bubbly water whenever the time calls.
It may be December, but that doesn't mean a burger pressed to perfection is off our minds. Gift this tool too the grill expert who bundles up in the cold and grills all winter long.
This spice funnel is the tool we never knew we needed—until we used it once.
The nicest (and last) dough scraper you'll ever own.
We'll refrain from puns here. Just get the grater—it'll be the best stocking stuffer you've given in years.
This handcrafted black walnut pizza peel inspires us to make homemade pizza every night. Gift it to someone who will actually make homemade pizza every night.