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Gadget mad BIL & SIL

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5Foot5 Sun 22-Nov-15 23:26:56

Don't know what to get them. They have just had a new kitchen, though I wouldn't exactly describe them as foodies. They like gadgets - especially BIL. Last year they got us a kitchen gadget we really like and use almost daily so want to get them something good. Budget up to about £50. They are not big drinkers any more.

Any ideas?

TheHouseOnTheLane Mon 23-Nov-15 00:29:52

Pasta maker?

32ndfloorandabitdizzy Mon 23-Nov-15 00:37:12

pasta make must be gadget most likely to be at a car boot sale or charity shop unused.

TheHouseOnTheLane Mon 23-Nov-15 04:39:42

Well you're not coming up with anything better dizzy hmm I love my pasta maker.

mysteryfairy Mon 23-Nov-15 06:54:49

We use a nutri bullet almost daily

5Foot5 Mon 23-Nov-15 13:23:55

Nutribullet is an interesting ideas.

I don't think the pasta maker would fly. We are foodies and we only ever used ours twice.

Carpaccio Mon 23-Nov-15 15:44:28

A good knife sharpener, maybe electric?

katienana Mon 23-Nov-15 15:51:16

As many Oxo good grips utensils as you can get for £50. My veg peeler and garlic press are ace.

macnab Mon 23-Nov-15 16:05:10

Nutribullet would take you waaaay over your budget though shock and I believe cheaper alternatives are a waste of money

What about a new radio for the new kitchen? Depending on style of kitchen you can get retro looking ones or very sleek clean-lined ones.

Does it have to be a gadget? What about a nice set of mugs? Maybe a set of one of these

milaforni Mon 23-Nov-15 16:36:00

I love my olive wood spoons and utensils. They are pretty and last forever. I bought mine in Bethlehem, but I'm sure the have them online at cook shops or Amazon sites.
Also a really nice salt and pepper mill would be nice for their new kitchen.
Look on some of the kitchen sites and I'm sure you will get loads of inspiration.

RosaBee Mon 23-Nov-15 16:54:15

Le creuset mugs or other accessories?

Canofpeas Mon 23-Nov-15 20:29:52

If they have a bean to cup coffee maker you can get a bean subscription. Think hasbean is very good (not sure if I've got the name right).

BerylStreep Mon 23-Nov-15 20:31:36


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