A Gift for the Foodie Who Has Everything

November 10, 2011    |    By +
Pin It

Here at Gifts.com, we’re all about thinking out of the box when it comes to tracking down the coolest gifts. Especially when it’s a gift for a person with a specific hobby or interest.  Tasty gourmet gifts can usually be appreciated by anybody but it takes a special something to impress a foodie. That’s why we’re loving the DIY element of these kits by Urban Cheesecraft.

Better than giving your typical cheese plate or bottle of wine, these innovative kits are as much fun to make as they are to eat.  It’s like having a cooking class at home. Each kit includes an instruction booklet, fine cheesecloth, citric acid, and cheese salt. All you have to do is add milk.

And each kit makes 10 batches (one batch is almost 2 lbs!) of cheese so you have plenty of supplies to experiment with. After all, not everyone is an instant cheese master.

You can choose from different cheese varieties: Paneer & Queso, Mozzarella & Ricotta, and Goat Cheese. Kits range from under $20 to $29, featuring additional cooking tools.

It’s a great gift for couples or any foodie who likes to get hands-on. Want to learn more? Check out this behind-the scenes video on how Urban Cheesecraft was born.



You May Also Like:

Posted in Trend Alert!    

Comments

Follow Me on Pinterest

Meet the Gurus


Kathryn D.W.
Kathryn Drury Wagner is the senior manager of content at Gifts.com. She was formerly the executive editor at Honolulu Magazine, and is the author of The Ultimate Guide to Shopping on Oahu. Her career has included staff positions at Country Living Gardener and Power & Motoryacht. Her latest book is "Hawaii's Strangest, Ickiest, Wildest Book Ever!"

Gwen P.
Gwen is the Editorial Curator at Gifts.com. In addition to writing blogs, she creates gift guides, curates the site, and produces content for our social media channels. As a freelance writer, she created blogs on fashion, art, travel, health and lifestyle. A talented jewelry designer, she's also a yogi and a hospital volunteer with her therapy dog, Lilo, a Pomeranian.