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SHAPE Magazine's 2010 Eat Right Gift Guide

Best Gift: Rachael Ray EVOO-Dispensing Bottle

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Lighten up her kitchen with this stylishly mod olive oil dispenser. Its bright design not only adds a pop of color to the countertop but also ensures a light hand for the perfect pour each time—no matter how short she is on time. Great paired with this olive oil and balsamic vinegar duo. $15,

Best Gift: Harry & David Taste of the Valley Basket

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Once this Harry & David Taste of the Valley basket—filled with fresh pears, Havarti, and blue cheese—is empty, it flattens into a handy trivet. 

Best Gift: Rösle colander

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For streamlined storage, this stainless steel Rösle colander collapses to the width of a dinner plate.

Best Gift: Dagoba Organic Drinking Chocolates

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When the weather outside is frightful, Dagoba Drinking Chocolate is delightful. $12 each,

Best Gift: Sur La Table Veggie Ornaments

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Have a pal who’s trying to eat healthier? Encourage her with your Christmas gift of these Sur La Table veggie ornaments. $6 each,

Best Gift: Williams-Sonoma Microplane Herb Mill

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Make quick work of mincing with this handy new gadget from Williams-Sonoma. Whether she needs finely chopped cilantro for a guacamole or minced rosemary, thyme, and tarragon for a marinade, this Christmas gift will save her some prep time. $20,

Core Bamboo Large Bucket Bowl

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The Core Bamboo large bucket bowl ($50) and servers ($13; both at are stronger and lighter than wooden versions.

Best Gift: Vosges Mini Candy Bar Library

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Make portion control a no–brainer with the half-ounce Vosges mini candy bar library. $25 for 9,

Best Gift: Kuhn Rikon Flexi Spatula Knife

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The Kuhn Rikon Flexi spatula knife has a blade on one side for dicing and another for scraping food directly into a pan or pot. $18,


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