Gift Guide : For Foodies

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When it comes to gifts for foodies, edible presents are obviously quite appropriate. You also can't really go wrong with anything in the entertaining category and helpful gadgets/equipment are usually appreciated as well.

1. Wild and Wolf x Ted Baker London Lunch Stack Box
Bringing your own lunch has never been so stylish with this three compartment lunch box that includes utensils.

2. Vitamix Ascent A2300 Blender
I thought my Kitchenaid was a good blender until I upgraded to this Vitamix recently. It's super powerful and quiet which is good combination when it comes to blenders.

3. Crate and Barrel Copper Wine Rack
This wine rack crafted of slim iron rods will lend a contemporary artful presence to any countertop, wine cabinet or bar.

4. Sugarfina Dark Chocolate Champagne Bears
Anyone is sure to be delighted with these effervescent gummies dipped in luxurious 64% Parisian dark chocolate.

5. Kate Spade Two of a Kind Mask Bottle Opener
This chic bottle opener shaped like a harlequin mask is both functional and sure to be a real conversation piece.

6. Love is Love Mugs
A mug set with heart along with a heartfelt message. The sale of each set benefits The Human Rights Campaign.

7. Primula Flowering Tea and Tea Pot Gift Set
A tea experience that includes a hand-blown borosilicate glass tea pot, a glass tea infuser with glass lid, 6 flowering green tea bulbs and 3 packets of loose tea should be enjoyable for both tea connoisseurs and novices alike.

8. Thirstystone Appetizer Plate Set
These chic appetizer plates are sure to dress up any table/occasion.

9. Agate Platter with Gold Plated Rim
A versatile platter fabricated of natural Brazilian agate that can be used as a cheese board, serving piece or even as a display.

10. Madewell x Milk Bar® Blue(berry) Jeans Cookie Mix
Milk Bar is en extremely popular dessert spot in NYC and this collab makes it possible for those who can't visit to try their treats.

11. Anova Culinary Sous Vide Precision Cooker
This immersion circulator makes it possible to get restaurant quality sous vide results at home. that are impossible to achieve through any other cooking method. I would love to get one of these! The sous vide method always looks so cool on cooking shows and it's healthy since your food is being slow cooked in a water bath.

12. Drinkmate Beverage Carbonation Maker
Give the gift of fizzy drinks anytime with the Drinkmate which is the only carbonated beverage maker that allows the user to carbonate any liquid from juices to wines and cocktails.

13. AeroGarden Harvest Elite
An innovative indoor gardening system that grows garden-fresh herbs, vegetables, salad greens and more all year round. Completely soil free, AeroGarden harnesses the power of more than 100 high-performance LED lights to provide optimal growing conditions in your home. I need to make room for one of these.

14. Macaron Making Set
This kit is perfect for any macaron lover who wants to make their own macarons at home whenever they wish to.

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  1. Great list of items I seen number 11 so skeptical to get I keep wondering if it really works but loving your list doll its so helpful. Have a lovely weekend.

  2. I've also wanted to try out sous vide cooking as well. I have that agate platter and low how how luxurious it is! I've always wanted a Vitamix and can imagine the possibilities with it!

  3. I didn't know Kate Spade offers chic home goods like that! I'm genuinely curious how this will function as an opener, too. ;D

  4. This is such a great gift guide! I love the beautiful agate platter, and the indoor gardening system sounds amazing!

  5. Oooo! Drinkmate sounds brilliant! I do love carbonated drinks and used to drink a can of Pepsi a day but went cold turkey a year ago.

    Shireen⎜Reflection of Sanity

  6. Those mugs are really cute and Sugarfina is on my list to try. I could use that tea pot set. Very nice >.<

  7. Plate Set and agate platter are amazing, I literally need them!

  8. Lovely post dear! Have a great weekend! xx

  9. The mugs are so cute! I also like the lunch box set! These are great gifts Rowena! Have a lovely weekend!

  10. I am a foodie for sure, cooking a pot roast tonight. That wine rack is sooooo cool. Love it!

    Allie of ALLIENYC

  11. I need that pink lunch stack box! :)

    xoxo, rae

  12. Rowena, your lists are winners! I don't know how you come up with these things every year! :) Anyhoo, I want that indoor gardening set for sure, and that lunch stack box is pretty awesome too:D
    Have an awesome weekend:)

  13. Oh these are such good ideas! The stacking lunch box would be appreciated by any office worker too, I'm glad we have shared utensils to use at work but I always have to wash them before I use them as I'm worried about germs, haha!

    Hope you have a wonderful weekend! After a crazy week I'm hoping to do a little bit more for Christmas, getting those last few gifts and doing some more wrapping!

    Away From The Blue Blog

  14. the most useful guide for me! i know tons of foodies but it's hard to get something when you are not

    Inside and Outside Blog

  15. I am a huge tea fan, so the tea set would be highly appreciated. I do think though I´ll refrain from buying glass things until the kids are older.

    Anne - Linda, Libra, Loca

  16. I love the wine rack! I really want one for my house but we dont have anywhere to put one :(

    Corinne x

  17. The gold rim on the Agate Platter is SO special - what a beautiful gift that would make! Your gift suggestions for foodies are all so luxe and chic Rowena!

    Gabrielle | A Glass Of Ice x

  18. These make great gifts indeed! Love the choc bears, dear! xoxo

  19. I've been loving sliced agate as coasters for ages now. I've never seen them as platters but I am as equally in love with them too. I love this guide. Everyone generally considers themselves a foodie these days so this actually makes for a perfect gift idea and I'm guessing completely, wonderfully unexpected too.



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