Some grads may soon move into their first college dorm room. Some college graduates may soon be living in their first apartment. And others may be moving right back in with their parents (not that there’s anything wrong with that). Regardless of what the next step entails, we’ve rounded up a batch of gifts — ranging from practical to traditional to trendy — that most grads will appreciate.  The complete culinary starter kit for living on your own. Mark Bittman’s foundational text does exactly what it says, providing instructions on how to make everything from hummus to chicken salad to brownies. It’s authoritative, well-written and comprehensive information every kitchen novice needs. The hardcover book looks cool — but the $10 app offers lots of information, too.  Another critical kitchen tool for the student who’s moving into new quarters. With an enthusiastic fanbase, this beloved pressure cooker makes it easy and fast to prepare a remarkably wide variety of meals. This model, the six-quart Instant Pot Lux 6-in-1 V3, is both versatile and affordable at $70. Weighted blankets, which are all the rage these days, may smooth your gr...