More and more older Baby Boomers are thinking about cooking for the first time in their lives. Because, well, there might not be somebody else to feed them. Right now. Or in the imaginable future. This isn't a downer. It's deep. If the kitchen is uncharted territory for you like it was for me, please click.
Pizza. The big cooking revelation. Watching flour and water become pizza dough. Watching pizza dough become a pizza crust. In your own oven. If I can do this, you and everyone you know can, too. And you probably don't know anybody who doesn't love pizza. It's Thoughtful Thursday, the first day of the always thoughtful BCS Gift Guide.
Wonderful bread. From your own oven. Makes you wonder why you never did this before. The no-kneading, easier-than-pie bake-your-own-bread kit. Perfect for anyone who never bakes but still has a sense of wonder. Or who just loves great bread.
Time to eat Slower. Because you made dinner faster. Some kitchen tools that save me time. Time and again. Anyone who spends time in the kitchen would like to find one of these under their tree or in their stocking.
From people who really know. How to cook. Six great cookbooks for six very different reasons. For six very different people on your gift list.
If you like corn and rustic bread, there's nothing better than a fresh, just-made corn tortilla. If you eat gluten-free, the BCS Tortilla Kit is the best culinary gift you can receive. I made fresh ones 3 Ways. Click for the results - and the stuff you need to do it yourself.
Exotic aromas. Exotic flavors. Excited tongues. Delighted taste buds. These spice blends are godsends for anyone who wants to eat more fruits and vegetables. $24'll get you three blends that breathe new life and fire into anything you cook.