The season of ‘oh no, you don’t have to get me anything’ is here, cue the gift shopping confusion. With a list of loved ones so long it could make Santa jealous, it’s hard to know what to get everyone to suit their type and taste. As the Christmas markets roll into town and that one house lights up their decorations far too early, the pressure to get shopping is on, so we’re here to calm the situation. For everyone that’s every wondered ‘what Christmas present should I get for..?‘, we’ve got you covered. Grab a mulled wine and browse with ease as we bring you our buyer’s guide for every Christmas character.
The Master Chef
You might not be allowed in the kitchen on Christmas day, but you can get them a gift that is. Is there any Christmas present unwrapped and used as quickly as a helpful piece of kitchenware, set to revolutionise their roast potato making or turkey presentation? For the Masterchef, a Le Creuset casserole dish isn’t just a dish, oh no. It’s years of new recipes, of get-well-soon stews, of boozy Christmas cakes as they try to perfect their grandma’s old recipe, of Sunday roasts shared with the whole family. A gift of kitchenware and cookware is a gift of togetherness as cooking a meal for someone and sharing food is proven to improve social relationships and encourage emotional openness. So whether it be a kitchen aid to help them whip up birthday cakes, a new recipe book to give them inspiration, or simply some fresh plates, give them something that will boost their skills and bring people together all year round.