It’s time for this week’s gift guide! This week I’m focusing on gifts for the foodie! You can check out my gift guides for the homebody, travel gal, and for men here. Let’s just jump right into this week’s, ok?
Bee’s Wrap Assorted 3-Pack – Want a eco-friendly alternative to plastic wrap? This is a sustainable, natural wrap to cover fruit, cheese, bread, and leftovers. This would make an awesome unique gift for the environmentally conscious foodie.
Boska Holland European Beech Wood Cheese Curler – This is a great gift for your fancy friend. This beech wood board, steel pin and curling knife curls extremely thin slices of cheese or chocolate. This is a beautiful gift!
Fortnum & Mason Christmas Cognac Butter – This Christmas Cognac Butter is made with European-style butter, cane sugar and a splash of Fortnum’s premium cognac. This is perfect for Christmas pancakes or on soft biscuits at dinner. Yum!!
Click and Grow Smart Garden – Grow culinary herbs inside all year long! It’s extremely easy to install and has over 40 options of fresh herbs and fruits to grow pesticide free.
Egg Poacher Pan – We got one of these for our wedding and I absolutely love it. Egg’s Benedict are my favorite breakfast food. Stephen made me the most delicious eggs benny with this pan. They were so tasty and this pan is so easy to use.
Ocean Marble Personalized Glass Cutting Board – I think this is such a pretty and unique gift. The marbling on this cutting board is beautiful and I love that you can personalize it. This would be a beautiful gift to give someone you love.
Coravin Wine Preservation System – Ok, put this at the top of my Christmas list too. This system uses a surgical needle to put a teeny-tiny hole in your wine cork. Because it’s so small, your wine always stays fresh even though it’s technically open.
Potato Ricer – This tool makes making mashed potatoes a breeze. It produces fluffy rice-like grains so it’s incredibly easy to mash and add seasoning.
An Avocado a Day – Do you love avocados as much as I do? This book has over 70 recipes centered around avocados including avocado waffles, avocado key lime pie, and more. Please put this at the top of my Christmas list!
Marcato Atlas Pasta Machine – I think a fabulous gift would be this pasta machine and a pasta making class. Stephen and I took a local class in Atlanta and had so much fun. Coupling these two would be a fabulous and fun present for a loved one.
Pulled Pork Shredder Claws – I have seen these all over the internet filled with reviews ranting and raving about them. These bear claws make shredding meat easier. They are perfect for barbecue, brisket, or other meats.
Decorative Pie Crust Impression Mat – Does your recipient like to look fancy without trying super hard? These are pie crust molds to create beautiful crusts without actually having to braid the crust. Brilliant. I like a good life hack.
Funny Kitchen Towels – These are hilarious. I love a good food pun. They say: “I like big bundts and I cannot lie,” “This is my Jam,” “Chop it Like It’s Hot,” “I’m so Knotty,” “Let’s Give Them Something to Taco Bout,” “Don’t go Bacon My Heart,” and “Don’t Make Me Poison You.”
Uni-Tool – This is a 5-in-1 tool. It is a slotted spoon, solid spoon, spatula, turner, and a cutting tool all in one. What else could your recipient need?
Sous Vide Cooker – This is so easy to use—just attach the cooker to any pot, add water, drop in your ingredients in their sealed bag or glass jar, then press start. This cooker heats and circulates water in your pot, evenly cooking food to a precise internal temperature to guarantee perfect results every time. So easy and food will never be over cooked.
Christmas Wooden Rolling Pin Engraved Carved Wood – Do your friends and family do a lot of baking at the holidays? Then this rolling pin is perfect! With one easy roll, you can transform cookies, pie dough, and fondant into baking masterpieces.
Alright, there we go! Another gift guide complete. What’s your favorite food-related present?
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