Gallery: Gift Guide: For the Condiments and Sauces Lover

Ketchup and Mustard Pin
Ketchup and Mustard Pin
Need an adorable condiment-inspired stocking stuffer? Look no further than these 1 1/2" button with a loving ketchup and mustard couple. $1 on Etsy
Hot Stuff Stationery
Hot Stuff Stationery
Start your gift off right with a Chinese hot sauce card. Sporting the slogan “Hey Hot Stuff,” these are probably best for that "hottie" in your life rather than Mom and Dad. $8.50 on Etsy
Personalized Heinz Bottles
Personalized Heinz Bottles
The ultimate in personalized condiment gifts, Heinz ketchup or mustard bottles with a unique message or photo. Prices vary by item, on MyHeinz.com
Olivewood Pointed Spoon
Olivewood Pointed Spoon
You can’t have enough wooden spoons when it comes to sauce-making, and this one is specially designed to get in the hard to reach corners of the average saucepan. $11.95 at Sur La Table.
Condiment Prints
Condiment Prints
Spruce up your walls while showing your unending love for condiments with these prints from PeaPress. I’d personally go with the Lea & Perrins, but they also come in Heinz, Dijon, and Vegemite. $16 on Etsy
Food Bank NY Sauce Dishes
Food Bank NY Sauce Dishes
Show your sauces off in style with these dishes from Fishs Eddy. Bonus: 5% of the proceeds go to the Food Bank NYC. $23.80 from Fishs Eddy
Condiment Gun
Condiment Gun
When squeezing condiments out of a bottle is just too dignified, try shooting them out of a gun. $25 on FredFlare.
Sauces: Classical and Contemporary Sauce Making
Sauces: Classical and Contemporary Sauce Making
Is one sauce recipe a week here just not enough? Then this tome of sauces by James Peterson will surely keep you busy with page after page of saucy recipes. $32.97 on Amazon.
Chinois
Chinois
I’m pretty happy with using a fine mesh strainer to strain my sauces, but if someone wanted to get me a proper, fancy-pants chinois, I wouldn’t complain (let me guess, neither would you?). $89 at Williams-Sonoma.