5 Last-Minute Gifts for Foodies

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True to form, I’m still finishing my Christmas shopping. One of these years, I’ll get ahead of myself.

Here are some great markdowns I found this morning, that can still be shipped in time for Christmas if ordered from Amazon today.

All of these are eligible for one-day shipping, which looks like it works out to be $16.99 or less. Not super cheap, but not bad for one day.

Here’s Amazon’s shipping chart for today/tomorrow:

(You’ll pardon me if I refrain from saying who’s getting what.)

Prices and timing are accurate as of 8:30 a.m. EST, but are subject to change. Please double check your purchases and orders to make sure they�re what you expect.

1. KitchenAid Gourmet Essentials 12-Piece Hard-Anodized Cookware Set�$129
Not a bad set of non-stick pans, by one of my favorite makers. This would make a great gift for newleyweds or recent college grads. Lists for $523, marked down to $129. Not sure I’d normally buy a whole set of pans, but this kind of deal is hard to argue with.

2. Pinzon Contemporary 8-Cup Coffee Press�$19.99
We drink a lot of coffee here at the Mouse House. This originally lists for $50, and is marked down to $19.99.

3. Pinzon Stainless-Steel Mandoline�$39.15
When you need to do a lot of prep quickly, a mandoline can be invaluable. I don’t use mine often, but when I do drag it out, I’m always so glad I have it. This lists for $79.99, and is marked down to $39.15.

4. Furi Rachael Ray Gusto-Grip 3-Piece Antimicrobial Set�$59.95
What a great gift set! This includes a 5-inch and 7-inch “east/west” knife, which look like santokus from here. I’m loving the bamboo box. Lists for $125, marked down to $59.95.

5. Furi Rachael Ray Gusto-Grip 8-Piece Birchwood Knife Block Set�$132.11
This looks like a really nice knife set at a steep discount. It lists for $249.99, and is marked down to $132.11.

Cheers and happy shopping!

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Jessie Cross is a cookbook author and creator of The Hungry Mouse, a monster online food blog w/500+ recipes. When she's not shopping for cheese or baking pies, Jessie works as an advertising copywriter in Boston. She lives in Salem, Massachusetts with her husband and two small, fluffy wolves.

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