Cooking Tool Investment Items to give to Teens? or anything else to invest in for their future hous

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Cooking Tool Investment Items to give to Teens? or anything else to invest in for their future hous
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Sun, 12-05-2010 - 6:15pm

Ok, so THANK YOU to everyone for putting out the First Turkey, etc at 44 advice -----
I am still going thru it -

IN the meantime - a new topic = perhaps one not yet thrown out here.

My girls are 12 & 15 this year, for Xmas.

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Registered: 02-27-1999

This is kinda hard, until they have their own place to cook and store tools.

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Registered: 02-27-1999

duhhh....I don't know why I did not think of this earlier...

A recipe book, that they can collect their own favorites in.

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Registered: 01-18-2006
Great ideas! oh - and we did just last week get my youngest a cookie press! She's already used it abt 3 times!!!!!
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Registered: 02-27-1999
That is so cool about the cookie press; I gave my DD a ton of cookie cutters last year, too. She loves that sort of stuff, bakes a lot. Another idea? Classic shaped cake pans. Find a Wilton distributor or go online, I think I made Mickey Mouse about 20 times.
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I was thinking of some really nice measuring spoons? ---
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Registered: 05-25-1999

I know this won't be for a while but my favorite gifts at my bridal showers were the laundry basket, that was stuffed with kitchen stuff.... I know this is for later but things like a paring knife, potato peeler, veg.brush, dish cloths, spices, salt and pepper, maybe a pepper mill, spatulas it is limitless.....I had

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Registered: 02-27-1999
Good idea!
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That IS great for a shower, that stuff will nickle and dime you to DEATH buying it

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