What to Buy Now: Holiday Gift Guide ~ it’s that time of year again, and I bet some of you are stumped for ideas. Here are some fun last minute prezzies for those fellow foodies on your list…
It’s no secret I love edible flowers! Spread the joy of eating beautiful blossoms (and maybe even inspire a new hobby) with this lovely kit from Williams-Sonoma. The seeds grow inside or out.
I love a practical gift, and these sturdy linen cloths are a beautiful way to replace paper towels in the kitchen. They come in a rainbow of colors.
It’s tradition in our family to make waffles on Christmas morning ~ I love that this little waffle maker goes right on the stove-top!
For that super-organized person, or the one who’s
hoarded collected all those precious family recipes!
This gorgeous mixing bowl would be great for the baker in your life. It’s made by Mason Cash, a British pottery company with roots going back to 1800.
These impeccably well made aprons wear like iron ~ for the cook, grill master, or chief bottle washer on your list. Hedley & Bennett were featured in one of my American Artisans posts, if you want to know more about them.
This candle-in-a-mug is the epitome of campfire-chic. For those long winter nights ahead, we could all use a cozy candle or two (or three).
For the barbeque enthusiast who might be short on space, this smoker box can be placed on a grill to infuse food with flavor from aromatic wood chips or even herbs.
These festive screen-printed linen napkins would be perfect for the host or hostess with the most-ess.
For the cheese connoisseur, aspiring bee-keeper, or maybe the person you just don’t know what to get for, this unique collection of raw honey is a pretty sweet gift!
I love the pretty etched pattern in these glasses ~ I think they’d make your nightly Manhattan or your morning oj feel extra special.
Add a fresh potted herb plant and you’ve got the cutest kitchen gift to keep someone company through those dark winter days!
These cookie stamps impress beautiful designs into dough so the bakers on your list can put their own unique ‘stamp’ on their homemade holiday treats.
The irresistibly pretty colors of these linen napkins (and the cute contrast stitched edges) are a perfect pick-me-up in the depths of winter.
I think any do-it-yourself-er would love this! They’ll harness the power of healthy microbes for kimchi, pickles, kombucha and more. You might want one for yourself.
For the camping enthusiast, or perhaps the person who thinks that opening a can or a bottle counts as ‘cooking’.
These gorgeous collectable votives come in a vast assortment of colors, and the company gives part of the proceeds from every single sale to a worthy cause. They add a beautiful glow to any table.
Lab glass infusion bottle plus accessories to create custom infused spirits in less than 6 hours, plus cocktail recipe booklet.
I have all of Yotam Ottolenghi’s cookbooks except this one, I can’t wait!
I love to give quality copper cookie cutters as gifts, and if I’m feeling extra generous I’ll bake up a batch of GINGERBREAD COOKIES to give along with it.
I’m obsessed with tote bags, and this is my latest love ~ the striped fabric is indestructible. You can fit the whole farmers market in this roomy bag!
Think outside the chocolate box ~ give macarons, they’re from Paris!
This gingerbread house bundt pan will be taken out every holiday season for years to come! If there are kids or grand-kids around, this is a must.
A gorgeous gift that keeps on giving ~ the bay leaves in this beautiful wreath can be used in cooking all year long.
I have one of these on my desk every day. They’re healthy, eco-friendly, fun to hold, and just smart. They come in lots of colors, too. Give up plastics in ’18!
A splurge but they’ll use it all the time, and think of you! Mine sits out on my stove 24/7 cause it’s so darned pretty.
This farm to table recipe delivery is the ultimate gift. The ingredients are super fresh, the meals are quick and fun to prepare, and making dinner becomes a pleasure not a chore. It’s what I asked my husband for this year (even food bloggers needs a little help now and then)…crossed fingers!
Don’t forget to pin this awesome Holiday Gift Guide!