Holiday Gift Guide for the Foodie
Pretty packaging and cookies. What could be better? This cookie mix by Sister's Gourmet is sold at Terrain (from the Anthropologie family). All of the dry ingredients come layered in this container to make some yummy oatmeal chocolate chip cookies (ps..aren't oatmeal chocolate chip cookies soo much better than oatmeal raisin?!)
When I came across this set at Terrain, I thought it'd be a perfect gift. Even though I grew up using olive oil and vinegar as dressing instead of traditional bottled dressing, I never realized that there was an art to pairing the two until I was at a farmer's market a few years ago. The right flavor pairings are a serious game changer! This set comes with herbes de Provence olive oil and red apple balsamic vinegar.
If you haven't tried cooking with truffle salt, you might be thinking this is silly for a gift. If you have, then you know how awesome it is. The first time I tried truffle salt was when it came in on of my Pop Sugar Box (which makes another great gift btw). I don't really like to load up my food with salt, but just a tiny bit of truffle salt is AMAZING.
How cute is this honey flight?! This gift is perfect for someone with a sweet tooth or a cheese lover. Why a cheese lover? Because these honeys are ready for you to perfectly pair with cheese. As a bonus, proceeds go to support and save endangered bees. Bet you didn't know bees are endangered (I didn't).
One of my favorite things to gift people coffee that comes from a city they don't live in or a city they love to visit. It's a fun way to "travel" to the place through a cup of coffee. Intelligentsia got its start in Chicago, but it's one of my Los Angeles coffee shop faves.
It wouldn't be a foodie gift guide without the classic Neiman Marcus cookies. These are a classic holiday staple and it won't disappoint the fashionista in your life.