So, they already own every KitchenAid appliance known to man, and their kitchen rivals a Williams-Sonoma store. Here are some local options for your apron-clad foodie who’s heart is in their stomach.
:: A gift card to Mason’s Restaurant and Grocery: Their Nashville hot chicken will have your culinary enthusiast begging chef Brian for his recipe. Drool over the menu.
:: A sarcastic oven mitt from Flowland: This one pairs perfectly with their “your opinion wasn’t in the recipe” apron. Get your mitts on one.
:: A gift card to Clean Juice: If superfoods is their personality trait, they’ll love the chance to fuel up with the vitamin-rich greens or a slice of avocado toast from Clean Juice. Keep it clean.
:: Cutting boards from Sam and Sea Artistry: Maybe these pieces of resin and alcohol ink art are too pretty to use, but they are functional and will brighten up any kitchen backsplash. See what’s in stock.
:: Dinner at Pinehurt Resort: Give the gift of a meal with the ultimate view with a gift card to Pinehurst Resort. Cards can be used at any of their eateries, including Ryder Cup Lounge and The Deuce. Ooo la la.
:: Kitchen towels from Linda Marie Handmade: Help them make cleaning up the kitchen a little less “blah” with these handmade dish towels from Linda Marie Handmade. Only $9.
:: Treat them to lunch that’s a hole-in-one at The Caddy Shack: Once they try the Brussels sprouts from this local food truck, there’s no going back. Read more about The Caddy Shack.