If you have a guy who likes to cook and spend time in the kitchen on your gift list, then these gifts for Foodie Men are great suggestions.
My brother and I come from a family of foodies. Both our mom and our grandma are world class cooks and bakers. I think it is fair to say that I tend to be more of a traditional cook, while my brother is much more adventurous. He’s the one who dry-ages his own steaks and mixes creative cocktails.
We often share recipes with each other and compare our latest kitchen gadgets and tools.
With that in mind, I turned to my brother recently to ask him what some of his favorite kitchen tools are. So, if you are looking for gifts for the Foodie Guy in your world, I am sure you will find some good ideas here.
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So, without further ado, here’s my brother Eric and his suggestions:
There is nothing worse or more dangerous in the kitchen than a dull knife. This stone will allow you to give even your dullest knives a great sharp edge. (My brother is always a welcome house guest, especially when he brings his sharpening stone and hones my knives!)
For the cook who is willing to try something new, a Sous Vide cooker is a great gift. Never will you eat dry pork chops again!
Of course, if you are going to be carrying around a big hot pan, you are going to need a set of gloves to go with it. Your wife’s floral printed gloves are not going to cut it.
If you love Smoking foods, but don’t have the room for a smoker outside or don’t want to hang out in the cold; this stovetop smoker is just the thing. Big enough for a whole chicken or brisket, this smoker lets you bring that great smoked taste to anything.
For those who are into grilling or smoking, here is a great thermometer with a wireless module so that you don’t have to miss the big game while smoking that brisket.
If I could only live with one pan it would be a 12 in. Cast iron skillet. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Desert can all be accomplished in this most versatile of pans.
A must for your sous vide is a good container. This 12-quart container not only has plenty of room for most of your needs. This lid accommodates the sous vide, while a solid lid is great for marinating or brining.
Everyone knows the cheek, nose, and forehead method of telling meat doneness; if you want to be a bit more specific, nothing is better than an instant-read digital thermometer.
What Gifts for Foodie Men would you add to this list? Both Eric and I would love to add to this list, so we welcome your suggestions.
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