Okay Gals, not that I actually know every item that you would put on your Christmas List, but I took a chance that you and I probably like many of the same kitchen goodies and came up with a list for you to give to your husband or anyone else who might be desperate to buy you something. To make sure he sees this post, conveniently leave it up on the screen and put your laptop in his favorite chair. Or you can just print out the post and circle your favorite choices in bright red lipstick. I’m sorry that I am not at all into bling or fru-fru, so if you want any of those things, you’ll have to tell him yourself. However, if you’re looking to bake or cook or watch wheat turn into flour, I’ve got you covered…
Dear Heavenly Homemakers Husbands,
I’m glad you are so eager to make your wife happy on Christmas morning. I’m pretty sure she would love many of these great items to make her cooking and baking experience wonderful. Now of course, you know that if she has some of these great gadgets, you will benefit. Not that you’re buying her these gifts because of selfish reasons. But hey, there is likely to be a chocolate cake or some homemade bread or even a pie in it for you (quite often I would imagine), so I’d say it’s a win-win.
I know you guys aren’t so much into words and details so I’ll work hard to simply state the facts. (Food…good…nice gifts…yah)
First, let’s start with Stoneware. I love stoneware and feel that baking in them creates the best bread and brownies ever. Here are some stone baking pans of choice: Round Pizza Stone; Rectangle Baking Stone Set; Stone Bread Pan. Did you want to see the bread and brownies she can make you with these stones? Yes I thought you did: Bread…Brownies (food…good).
Next, let’s look at some Cast Iron. I like having a big Cast Iron Skillet. Your wife can scramble some mean eggs in a skillet like this, or fry up some good burgers or steaks.
Third, I will show you Stainless Steel Bakeware and Stainless Steel Cookware. Both are among the best quality for your wife to cook with and while they may look a little bit expensive, you should know that they last a million (give or take) times longer than their cheap non-stick counterparts. Plus they’re much safer to cook with and I’m not trying to tug on your heart strings or anything, but I know you do so cherish the health of your beloved.
I can’t leave out Pyrex Dishes. Pyrex Dishes will make your wife’s job of cooking and freezing and reheating leftovers oh so much easier. They are not expensive and they have nice lids that come with them. I like this set and this set and this set and this set. You don’t have to buy them all, but well…you sure could if you wanted to because your wife would find a great use for every single piece.
Don’t get all panicky on me now, but I absolutely have to mention the Grain Mill. I’ve already written you a letter about why you should buy a Grain Mill for your wife, so just head right on over and read all about it. Long story short: good bread, save money, be healthy without knowing it. Oh and also, your wife will flip with joy when she sees it.
Last but not least, I will mention that your wife might enjoy some of our Hand Crocheted Items, which of course you will be willing to use often as you help her clean and wash dishes. Hey, pick out some things that are the same color as your favorite sports team and you’re all set.
Happy Eating Shopping,
Wives, what have I forgotten here? What’s on your Christmas list?