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Beats and Eats

Mix music and cooking with today’s cool gift idea – a subscription service from Turntable Kitchen.

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In A Stew

What’s that you spy lurking in the deep, dark depths of your soup or stew? Why it’s a Loch Ness Monster ladle – also today’s fun gift pick.

Pasta Perfetto

Whip up some kitchen magic in mere minutes with the Philips Avance Pasta Maker.

Knife Life

The most precious gift you could ever give someone is time. Learn how today’s gift idea unexpectedly does just that.

Multi Culti Cuisine

Bring the flavours of the world into your kitchen with this delightful international cookbook collection.

Hot & Bothered

Baby if it’s cold outside you’ll want to check out this super hot gift idea – two Sriracha-focused cookbooks featuring everyone’s favourite spicy condiment.

To You & Your Kin

CONTEST ALERT! I’m giving away a kickin’ prize package valued at over $430 that’s filled with universally appealing gift ideas for the in-laws…but really, for everyone on your list.

What’s Cooking?

CONTEST ALERT! Ramp up your skills in the kitchen in the time it takes to unpack one of today’s featured kitchen appliance innovations from Cedarlane Culinary. Plus, you could win a $699 Bellini Kitchen Master 8-in-1 appliance that is pretty much like working in the Jetsons’ kitchen.

Foodie Fridays: Chloe’s Vegan Italian Kitchen

CONTEST ALERT! Hey good looking! Guess what’s cooking? Amazing Italian food reinvented by my fave vegan chef, Chloe Coscarelli! Plus I’ve got a copy of this tasty cookbook to give away.

10 for $10: Feeling Thankful Edition

With Thanksgiving just a few short days away, I’ve rounded up some awesome, affordable gifts you can gift to any gracious host.

Counter Topper

Get cooking more cleanly with these clever elevated spoons from Joseph Joseph.

In The Zone

I like to call today’s featured retailer a bit of a serendipitous match – awhile ago I spotted a unique gift idea via Kickstarter, but one that was woefully under-available in Canada. When I was contacted by the owner of Quebec-based Opuszone, Marlus, it seemed like fate – not only did they carry the gift … Continue reading