We all have that one friend who makes Ina Garten look like an underachiever. For your friend who can whip up perfectly baked bread from scratch, maintain the perfect herb garden, or even just knows her way around a cheese plate. Our Foodie Gift Guide is the perfect opportunity to give her a gift that caters to her excellent taste(buds). Italian designer Seletti makes interesting, funny pieces at an affordable price point. Their pieces are perfect conversation starters to anyone who entertains frequently, like this Hybrid Serving Platter with two different china patterns. For the eco-conscious among us, the Seletti glass water bottles are the perfect stylish alternative to plastics.
If your friend is into wine (and who isn’t), there’s no better gift than Fferone’s stunning Margot goblets. They’re so pretty that they can display them as pieces of art when you’re not throwing back pinot noir with them. Or, if you want to bring them a bottle, slip it into this canvas monogrammed wine carrier. This cake stand is so well-designed it looks like an actual piece of furniture.
Everybody in the food world is talking about Allison Roman, so get your friend into the conversation with the newest cookbook from the NY Times and Bon Appetit recipe developer. Nothing Fancy is all about effortless, fun entertaining. And the plus side? You get to eat all the delicious recipes.Any foodie would be absolutely thrilled to get this giant, three-pound bucket of Maldon salt. They could finish every dish for the next year with this flaky French gourmet salt. You could even throw in a beautiful wood salt cellar, so they can keep the tub under the sink or in the pantry.
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