By Lori Bosworth
It’s great to know a foodie. Because they enjoy cooking, you’ll enjoy great meals at their place. But what do you get foodies for Christmas? We’ve compiled a list of inexpensive gift ideas for foodies to impress your foodie family member or friend.
This gorgeous Maple, Cherry and Walnut Serving Board, $65, by Emerson Pringle will be a welcome addition to any foodie’s kitchen. Foodies will take pride serving gourmet cheeses, artisan breads and appetizers on this handmade serving board.
Buy Maple, Cherry and Walnut Serving Board at Etsy (CA)
This Three-Piece Bake, Broil and Grill Pan Set, $32.99, from Granite Ware replaces three cooking pans in your foodie’s kitchen. This versatile pan set is easy to clean and great for broiling and roasting vegetables, fish and chicken.
175 Essential Slow Cooker Classics Cookbook by Judith Finlayson offers a wide range of recipes that can be made using a slow cooker. Foodies will be able to find new ways to use their slow cookers.
Pure Birch Syrup, $18.95, by Forbes Wild Foods makes a great Christmas gift for foodies because Pure Birch Syrup is not as sweet as Pure Maple Syrup and has a darker and richer taste, which some describe as similar to caramel and molasses. Your foodie friend or family member can experiment with Pure Birch Syrup for sweet and savoury recipes.
The Jamie Oliver Garlic Slice N Press, $44, will make life easier for your foodie friend because it both peels and slices garlic. The gadget has a large enough bowl for different garlic bulb sizes. Remove garlic skin and slice garlic in seconds. The Jamie Oliver Garlic Slice N Press is designed by dkb household and Celebrity Chef Jamie Oliver.
Buy Jamie Oliver Garlic Slice N Press on Amazon
These sound like some awesome ideas, I am definitely going to have to keep them in mind for birthdays. x
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