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The best sites for gift givers

Stonewallkitchen.com offers delicious gifts for the chef-in-training. Ina Garten, author of the cookbook Barefoot Contessa, provides her own recipes for “jams and baking mixes.” Other gifts, such as “the Crepe Grab & Go kit,” include cooking supplies and utensils.

Uncommongoods.com is the place to start if want “something completely original.” You can even search by recipient: Type in “Father” and “you’ll find stuff he never knew he wanted”—a baseball stadium tie, say, or a “decision paperweight.”

Flight001.com provides “great travel gifts” for jet-setters. Purchase goods according to trip by hitting the “Shop for Your Trip” link.

Apothia.com brings the “L.A. shopping mecca Fred Segal” to you. The store’s beauty boutique is now online, so find all the newest products in the “Hot Box.”
Source: Consumer Reports

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