The 12 Cheesiest Gifts for Cheese Lovers
Know any cheese lovers? Of course you do! You'll want to get your hands on our best gifts for cheese lovers. These cheese gifts are practical, fun and just a little bit cheesy (but in the best way!).
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Keeping your cheese fresh can be a challenge (if it ever lasts more than a few days!). But if you find yourself with a refrigerator shelf full of half-eaten blocks and wedges, you just might want to consolidate with a silicone cheese vault ($35). The vault won’t lock your cheese away with a combination, but it does lock in flavor and freshness. Really! We tested it! It’s well worth the investment to save every last morsel of gouda, cheddar and chevre.
Whether you’re indulging in a nice Manchego or a soft brie, you’re going to need a good set of knives to serve those cheeses up. These goldtone knives are an elegant yet modern option to go along with your cheese board. Get some ideas on how to assemble your perfect cheese spread here.
Cheese making kit
Know a friend that’s serious about cheese? Maybe that friend is you? Well, why not try your hand at making some yourself! This cheese making kit ($25) walks you through how to make mozzarella, ricotta, cream cheese and more. This is the cheese gift that keeps on giving!
A book about cheese trays (and more!)
Undoubtedly the cheese tray is the purest way to enjoy a good cheese—just grab a slice and enjoy (I won’t tell if you don’t even grab a crostini). If you love assembling these beautiful spreads, why not take your tray to the next level. This beautiful book ($25) shows you how.
Cheese grater kit
We all know that freshly grated cheese is best (don’t know why?—check out our top three reasons). Get the cheese you want—sliced, finely shredded and more—with this seven-piece grater set from OXO Goodgrips ($30). Best of all, this kit comes with a plastic container that helps you measure and store your cheeses. Nice!