But in the meantime here's a few things I personally would love to get for christmas and I hope it gives you all some great ideas for what to buy your loved ones, assuming they are foodies like me.
Love these little herb markers on EtsySiléa would show off one's whole leaf teas beautifully but I've not found it in Britain.
Casa Mexico. You can wipe it down, and it will brighten any kitchen.
Subscription to Fire & Knives: Tim Hayward's bespoke food quarterly, elegant writing, fine illustrations.
Toast. I like this bread board made from Mango wood £35 but I also love their jackets(and they do big sizes for piggy cooks like me).
Persephone. They are beautifully designed, reissued classics. Six month subscription 'one book a month' £54. I've already got 'Good Food on the Aga' by Ambrose Heath. Gorgeous.
Cornishware. Cheering seaside colours, sturdy porcelain, simultaneously modern and vintage. Classic.
Sacred Spirits gin and vodka. Hand made in a micro distillery in Highgate. Ticks all the boxes for me.
Anything from The French House. I actually visited 'copper valley' near Carcassone in France and bought the little copper bain marie saucepan featured on their site. I also love their ceramic rise and fall lights.
I love Labour and Wait near Brick Lane. I buy my candles there. I like 'quincaillerie' hardware shops, in France, Labour and Wait approximates their style.
Or how about starting your own truffle farm? Franchi seeds sell starter packs!
A wooden painted beehive compost bin from Wiggly Wigglers £145
Kitchen Maid washing line on a pulley. I like anything on a pulley. Perfect for above the Aga or the bath.