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12 Websites You Need for Easy (and Awesome) Holiday Shopping

Skip the mall this holiday season—search for deals on fun kitchen giftables from the comfort of your home! Whether you're shopping for a loved one or for yourself (because, let's be real...), this list of links will make any home cook happy.

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Crackers arranged in an infinity sign on a cutting board with cheesePhoto: Uncommon Goods

1) Uncommon Goods

We love this website because it’s quirky, unique and has a little of everything! Serve cheese and crackers in style or don a bow tie pasta necklace when you’re feeling fancy.

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Five different floral patterned bowlsPhoto: Fishs Eddy

2) Fishs Eddy

Shopping for someone who’s fun, cute and maybe cut from a different mold? Check out the urban goods at Fishs Eddy, where you can find anything from hilarious dishtowels to vintage-inspired bowls. And if you happen to be in New York City, make it a point to check out their brick and mortar store. Paradise!

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TOH special delivery boxesPhoto: Taste of Home

3) Shop Taste of Home

Cookbooks, subscription boxes, tickets to a Taste of Home LIVE event near you… Find it all—and more!—on (Yup, it’s ours.) Bonus: If you spend $20 on an order from Nov. 21 through Dec. 11, 2017, you’ll get free shipping. Online win!

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Personalized spoon beside a scoop of vanilla ice creamPhoto: ScoutMob

4) ScoutMob

Love personalized handmade items? Head here. ScoutMob is curated with artisan goods from makers across the country. If you see something you like, act fast!

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Amazon logo on a billboardPhoto: Michel spingler/AP/REX

5) Amazon

Sure, you’ve shopped at Amazon, but have you shopped here on Cyber Monday? Their deals are second to none on the Monday after Thanksgiving.

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Made In starter kit of metal potsPhoto: Made In

6) Made In

New to the cookware community, this website walks you through building a complete set of pots and pans, all made in the U.S. of A.

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Leif shop containerPhoto: Leif

7) Leif

This shop has really gorgeous tabletop items from napkins to kitchen storage (like these beautiful jars). We practically drool all over our computer screens whenever we’re on their site.

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Employees at Groupon pose in silhouette with the company logo in the lobby of the online coupon company's Chicago offices.Photo: Shutterstock / Charles Rex Arbogast/AP/REX

8) Groupon

In case you didn’t know: This popular deal website has an entire section dedicated to kitchen and dining specials near you. Get ready to go out on the town with your savings.

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Cast-iron skilletPhoto: Lodge Cast Iron

9) Lodge Cast Iron

Cast-iron cooking is the big food buzz right now, and this website makes it easy to stock up versatile cast-iron products.

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labeled butter containers side-by-sidePhoto: Etsy

10) Etsy

If you like supporting small businesses while stocking up on adorable vintage or handmade goods (like these beautiful butter crocks from claylicious), look no further than Etsy. Many sellers offer sales or discounts during the holiday shopping season, too.

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Food truck carrying bagPhoto: Always Fits

11) Always Fits

When you need a gift for someone sassy, here’s the perfect spot to start. As the name suggests, the site has something for everyone—who wouldn’t want to sport this taco truck lunch tote? Grab something fun for yourself before you check out (we won’t judge).

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Teal cups, plates and bowls laying flat on a kitchen tablePhoto: Zak Designs

12) Zak Designs

Surf this way for serveware, prep tools and kitchen gadgets you never knew you (or your kids) needed but totally do as soon as you set eyes on them. Go nuts mixing and matching their versatile dinnerware patterns.

Rachel Seis
As senior editor for Taste of Home magazine, Rachel has her hand in everything you see from cover to cover, from writing and editing articles to taste-testing recipes to ensuring every issue is packed with fun and fabulous content. She'll roll up her sleeves to try any new recipe in the kitchen—from spicy Thai dishes (her favorite!) to classic Southern comfort food (OK...also her favorite). When she's not busy thinking of her next meal, Rachel can be found practicing yoga, going for a run, exploring National Parks and traveling to new-to-her cities across the country.
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