Summer 2007 Gift Guide

CHOW’s 2007 Summer Gift Guide


Tuna Canoodling

Your new nester will use this pan for a lifetime of casseroles.
Le Creuset Roaster Pan, $170

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Pop Art

Alessi even gives toast a stylish treatment.
Alessi Toaster with Bread Warmer, $198

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Tea Twofer

This tea set is the perfect gift for a dexterous tea-loving couple: The teapot has two spouts that pour into the accompanying cups at the same time.
Two for Two Tea Service, $110

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Risotto-a-Go-Go

Zojirushi is known for making top-notch rice cookers. We really liked the way this one looked, and when we found out you can use it to cook risotto we were hooked.
Zojirushi Rizo Micom Rice Cooker, $184.99

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Message in a Bowl

Printed on each bowl is an etiquette lesson that will ensure that family and friends know their table manners.
Etiquette Bowls, $100

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Aix Marks the Spot

Can’t send your loved ones to Provence? Zingerman’s brings Provence to them.
Zingerman’s Markets of Provence Gift Basket, $140

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Tailgate-Ready

Take your grilling on the road with this portable cast iron wonder.
Logic Sportsmans Grill, $114.95

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Home Plate

Delicate yet hardy, just like you. These ceramics are safe in the freezer, oven, and microwave.
Juliska Dinnerware Set, $140 for the set shown here

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For Sake’s Sake

Beautiful and simple; the thick oak tray makes serving easy.
Kotori Sake Serving Set, $195

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Here’s to You

Produced in limited quantities, this pale pink bubbly is dry, with complex layers of fruit and toastiness.
Krug Rosé, $189.99 for 375 milliliters

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