UncommonGoods is one of those online stores where you can spend hours just browsing all the wonderful and eclectic items they have for sale. I know I can always get lost in the multitude of wonderful gag gift options and cool trinkets!
I can totally see myself purchasing a how to make cheese or how to grow your own mushroom kit. I mean how fun are those right? They would make an awesome gift for the foodie in your life!
Another great foodie gift is the cookbook stand, which I got to review. This thing is so super cool. It holds up your cookbook or even your iPad or tablet and protects them from spills and splatters! I don’t know how many cookbooks I have ruined because of splatter and spillage. This cookbook stand is a life saver!
The kitchen is a dangerous place for cookbooks and e-readers. An open recipe faces countless obstacles, from hot grease splashes to saucy splatters resulting from over-enthusiastic stirring. Neither hot stoves nor cluttered counters and tables make good surfaces to rest your gastronomic guide.
But don’t despair, there’s no need to reach in the freezer and fall back on your old instant meals, Joseph Joseph’s compact folding bookstand caters to experimental cooks of all ages by preventing messy pages and screens by coming at the cookbook from a different angle. The bookrest, page holders and back foot automatically fold out; simply adjust the arms to hold your heaviest hardcover open or to keep your slim Kindle, Nook or iPad steady. Since it opens and closes just like a book, this innovative design can join the rest of your cookbooks on the shelf where it’ll be waiting for you when it’s time to satisfy your next hankering for something extraordinary.
So make sure you check out UncommonGoods next time you’re looking for that perfect gift. From jewelry, bird feeders and even a guitar pick punch, UncommonGoods has a gift to suit any occasion!
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I was given one of the products listed in the post above to facilitate my review. All opinions are 100% my own.