Whether they’re a baker, chef, or amateur cook, we all know someone who loves to make (and eat) food. But what do you buy this foodie in your life that’s not food itself? Here are some ideas of gifts for foodies.
Large Mango Wood Cheese Board – Whether you’re a foodie, a cheese lover, or someone who hosts parties a lot, this cheese board would make a lovely gift. It comes in two shades — the blonde (shown here) and ebony. You can use this to not only cut cheese on, but display bread, charcuterie boards, and more.
Glass Sushi Christmas Tree Ornament – Any food-themed ornament would make a nice gift for your foodie friend, but I’m partial to this adorable sushi one from Target brand Wondershop.
Williams Sonoma Infused Olive Oil Gift Set – One way anyone can improve their food game is by using infused oils, like these olive oils from William Sonoma. I’m no foodie, but I use olive oil almost everyday when cooking, and this would be a nice gift that I could use year-round. I’m dying to know what blood orange olive oil would taste like!
Brooklyn Brew Shop FarmSteady Fresh Cheese Making Kit – This isn’t just a gift, it’s also an experience for whoever receives it! It would make for a fun activity for a date night, girl’s night, or DIY pizza party (bonus points if you make your own dough, too).
Smart Garden 3 Self Watering Indoor Garden – All good cooks use fresh herbs (I say this as I often resort to the dried spices – oops), and this affordable indoor garden lets you do just that without the hassle of gardening and being outside. Directly from the product website, this garden “features a built-in water reservoir that holds a month’s worth of water, an LED lamp arm to provide vital light and three basil starter pods, so you can get growing right away.”
Williams Sonoma Mini Rub Set, Potlatch – Similar to my statement on the infused olive oils above, fancy rubs, salts, and seasonings are always a great gift that will actually get used.
Williams Sonoma Infused Olive Oil, White Truffle – People love anything with truffle. Enough said.
Le Creuset Stoneware Mini Round Cocotte – If you’re a really good friend (read: you’re rolling in dough), you might gift for foodie friend or family member one of the standard sized Le Creuset pots or pans, but for the rest of us, this mini version is more up our alley. Use it for personal pot pies, servings of mac and cheese, and more.