8 Kitchen Gifts On Sale This Week

Christmas is coming, so you better treat the foodie in your life

There are only two and a half weeks left until Christmas, which means we're doing one of two things:

Trying not to cry while watching Love Actually.

Finally thinking about which gifts to buy.

Though we can't necessarily help you on the former, we're here with more gift ideas for the food lover in your life. Here are some incredible deals on kitchen gear that caught our eye this week.

Secura Stainless Steel Electric Wine Bottle Opener for $27

Get 46 percent off this tool required for the laziest of wine drinkers among us. (Meaning, all of us.)

Cuisinart 12-Bottle Dual Zone Wine Cellar for $300

For the serious wino in your life, Cuisinart's wine cellar keeps whites, reds and bubblies at their perfect temperatures all at the same time.

J.K. Adams Co. French Rolling Pin for $12

Though it's not technically on sale, this French-style rolling pin available at Crate & Barrel is an excellent buy and an easy stocking stuffer. Plus, you can adopt your best Julia Child accent and use it to whack the bejesus out of a block of butter.

Cuisinart Multiclad Pro 12-Piece Cookware Set for $225

You might not need an entirely new set of professional-quality cookware that will last a lifetime, but bragging about how you saved $445 is the best justification you'll ever get.

Le Creuset Sauteuse for $170

You finally have the opportunity to save $90 on a coveted Le Creuset Dutch oven, otherwise known as the holy grail of upper-middle-class kitchens that have Barefoot Contessa episodes on repeat.

Hedley & Bennett Dearborne Ave Apron for $75

We're huge fans of Hedley & Bennett's apron designs, and the denim stripes on this classic French number will never go out of style.

Williams-Sonoma Enameled Bar Tool Set for $30

Save $20 on this six-piece cocktail set for a chic addition to any at-home-bar enthusiast's setup. Plus, the next time its recipient hosts a party, you're likely guaranteed the first drink.

Williams-Sonoma Highball Ice Molds for $6

The nifty cylindrical ice cubes that come out of these molds evenly cool your cocktails and melt slowly—perfect to keep your drink from diluting while you argue politics with your uncle.