Maybe you couldn’t make up your mind about what to get her for Valentine’s Day (even though you’ve spent weeks thinking and stressing about it) and that’s why you’re in panic buying mode. Or maybe you just forgot (Valentine’s Day does fall on a Thursday this year). Whatever the reason, your Amazon Prime account is here to save you.
If you’re in last-minute-buying mode, we here at Chowhound say turning to the classics—both the old and the new—is a good idea in this situation. A vintage-style crystal napkin holder, a flame-red Dutch oven, or the new cooking bible (Hi, Samin!) will go a long way with your girlfriend, wife, best friend, or, well, mom. Below, the gifts you can still get your hands thanks to the Internet age and your Prime account.
Any fan of Memphis design will go wild for these eccentric decanters from Adler’s wildly new popular Amazon home collection, Now House.Buy Now
If it wasn’t obvious already, we’re all in love with Alison Roman and her approachable take on food. Her newest cooking bible, with a focus on never-fussy but always-fabulous party food, is sure to warm up any kitchen (plus you can use this too). Or shop for a cookbook by personality type.Buy Now
This is one of those simple gifts that gets you extra points for its whimsical design.Buy Now
A Le Creuset Dutch oven is the star of any kitchen and a must-have for home cooks who also happen to be design addicts.Buy Now
This vintage-looking napkin stand will be an instant favorite on modern and traditional tables alike.Buy Now
This special art book, which reflects on the intimacy of the kitchen, is sure to elevate any coffee table.Buy Now
The simple details on this plate set will add a subtle elegance to your next dinner party.Buy Now
Visit our Valentine’s Day Gift Guide headquarters for more great ideas (many of which are also available through Prime).
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