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13 Christmas gifts the at-home chef will love

Treat the culinary genius in your life.

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If you have someone in your life who takes to cooking like Nigella Lawson, why not gift them a Christmas present that'll help them indulge their inner master chef?

The holiday season serves as the perfect opportunity to spoil any kitchen wiz with a present they'll actually use (and love you for).

Here, 13 presents any at-home chef would love to find under the tree.

Google Home Hub and family, from $49

Kitchen living is made easy with the Google Home Hub. With the Google Assistant built-in, and smart-device compatibility, budding chefs will love operating hands-free. Source a new recipe, watch cooking videos, learn new knife skills, play your favourite dinner playlist and even add ingredients to your shopping list simply by giving the Home Hub voice commands, such as "Hey Google, add milk to my shopping list," or "Hey Google, show me how to cut a pineapple." How's that for helpful! The best bit is that with the whole Google Home family (including Google Home, Max and Mini, starting at $49), there's a perfect gift for every person and every budget.*

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Shun electric knife sharpener, $119.95

There's no use owning fantastic knives if you don't keep them sharp and in their best condition. The Shun Kai electric knife sharpener takes all the guesswork out of perfectly sharpening your blades so you can get back to what's really important — cooking!

KitchenAid spice grinder, $99

Bring your spices to life or fill your house with the aroma of freshly-ground coffee beans with the push of a button with an electric spice grinder — the perfect gift for a home-chef in love with flavour.

Williams Sonoma wok, $50

Hammered by hand, this detailed wok stays true to its Chinese tradition; its fast-heating cooking surface making it ideal for stir-frying, steaming and deep-frying. Kung Pao chicken, anyone?

NutriBullet, $99

Surprise your kitchen master with a gadget they'll use daily. The NutriBullet is one of the most powerful blenders on the market and whips up silky smooth soups as fast as it blends delicious smoothies. No at-home chef's collection is complete without one.

Furi Pro knife set, $159

Made from high-quality Japanese stainless steel, gift these knives to a wannabe sushi master and they'll be slicing fish like a sashimi pro in no time.

Emile Henry pizza stone, $65

Homemade pizza is an absolute delight and with the help of a pizza stone, you can recreate the thin crisp bases we adore from stone-baked pizza ovens right at home.

Country Road board, $79.95

Every good chef needs a quality chopping board to match their culinary skill. This solid oak design can also double as a board for lavish cheese plates.

Australian Women's Weekly Food magazine subscription, $84.99

With seasonal dishes, sumptuous desserts and one-dish dinners, the magazine subscription is a collective of the most trusted recipes any at-home chef will love.

Spice Quarter subscription box, $24.95

Give your chef-at-home the gift of inspiration with a subscription box from Spice Quarter. Hand-blended spices from around the world delivered monthly with beautiful recipe cards and free from MSG, fillers and additives.

Williams Sonoma BBQ sauce gift set, $45

For the barbecue-enthusiast: These iconic American barbecue sauces will elevate every steak night and bring good ol' Southern cuisine to the table.

Perigord truffle oil, $18

Combining the heady aromas of white truffles and the earthy richness of black truffles with quality Australian olive oil, a dash of truffle oil is all you need to add a whole other layer of deliciousness to any savoury dish.

Hampers with Bite Gourmet Basket, $80

Give them a night off from cooking and treat them to this gourmet hamper instead. This luxe basket is filled with festive goodies, including fruit cake, crackers, cookies and wine. Just add cheese!

*Google Home requires Wi-Fi and compatible device. Controlling certain devices and features in your home requires a compatible smart device. Subscription(s) may be required. Additional terms, conditions and/or charges may apply.

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