You can find the perfect local gift for the culinary creative in your life without spending a lot of dough.
Pizza Making Kit
A beloved local favorite, Halls Kitchen Pizza has created Take + Make Kits for a few of their favorite pies. Full instructions, including videos on how to make the pizza, can be found on their website.
A Cooking/Baking Class
For those who love to create as much as they love to eat, Belle’s Kitchen offers cooking and baking classes for both kids and adults. Sign up a baking fanatic for a macaron class or schedule a date night cooking class for a partner who values quality time.
Gourmet Charcuterie Board
If you’re shopping for someone that’s a member of the finer things club, Vine and Board will provide the finest wines, imported meats and hard-to-find cheeses. Buy and assemble on your own, or choose from a variety of different charcuterie boxes. They also have nonalcoholic beverage options.
An Embossed Rolling Pin
The International Pantry has a diverse collection of kitchen goods, including this Oklahoma-engraved rolling pin to make baking a little more fun. Its “Made in Oklahoma” products include locally made jams, seasoning blends and soup mixes.
A Cookbook(ish?) from a Local Bookstore
Do you know a foodie that also likes to read? In keeping with the local theme, Chef Andrew Black’s Foraging in Oklahoma can be found at Full Circle Bookstore and contains many of his personal recipes.
Small-Batch Gourmet Confections
Molly Coddled Hashslinger is not your grandma’s purse candy. Along with its small-batch toffee, chocolate and brittle, the confections creators also have organic candy floss and edible glitter bombs to glam up your drink.