When we moved overseas, I got rid of everything in my kitchen except some things I had when I first got married. It was kind of sad on one hand but on the other, restocking my kitchen with items that I now love to use has been one of the best things after moving back.
So today, I rounded up 5 gift ideas for the homeschool mom who needs a cooking reboot.
Also, I’m a firm believer that if I can have something that is not only useful but swoon worthy, it’s just that much better.
I don’t believe you have to throw all of your kitchen stuff out for a fresh start, but I think you’ll love one or two items in this list.
One// I have swooned over anything by French Bull. And if I need knives, they can sure be pretty too. This is one of the pretties knife sets I have ever owned.
It is a French Bull 5 Piece Universal Knife Block Set and Stainless Steel Knife and I’m just in love with it. Beautiful and practical.
Two// Then I love any type of lazy susan and use them all over my house. Right now I have my new one just sitting on the counter because I love the design so much that I’ve just been swooning over it.
I think you’ll love this French Bull – Lazy Susan Turntable – Melamine Lazy Susan – for Table and Countertop.
I bought it for my dining room table, but may change my mind because it is so gorgeous.
THREE// Next on my list is a mandoline slicer.
As much as I have cooked through the years, I have never pulled the triggered and purchased one. But with all the freezer cooking I do, I know it will save preparation time.
FOUR// This hand blender is another one on my list to purchase and well I love the fact that you can get it in key lime pie color.
FIVE// Then since moving back from South America, one thing we have missed terribly is the homemade ice cream at every corner in Cuenca, Ecuador.
We have started making easy homemade no churn ice cream and next on our list to purchase are some glide-a-scoop ice cream tubs .
Look at this recipe for a no churn ice cream that we have been making. So easy and delicious and the perfect recipe for busy homeschooling moms.
These are just a few of the things I have on my list to collect to help me with my cooking reboot .
Also, since I have been more determined to share how I organize my cooking and menu planning with you, be sure to grab 31 dinner ideas for each month this year.
We have one more month to go, which is December and then you’ll have a year’s worth of dinner ideas.
Grab the different months here:
January dinner ideas along with an editable menu planner
February dinner ideas
March dinner ideas
April dinner ideas
May dinner ideas
June dinner ideas
July dinner ideas
August dinner ideas
September dinner ideas
October dinner ideas
November dinner ideas
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