Holiday Gift Guide: The Foodie
Welcome to #GiftGuide week, where we bring you carefully curated picks for everyone on your holiday shopping list with a New York City twist. If you live in or around New York, you’ve got tons of foodies in your life — and we’d assume you’re probably one of them. Foodies are obsessed with food (duh), whether they’re always on top of the hottest restaurant openings, constantly testing out new recipes or always consuming food (and food knowledge). Most of all, you can count on discovering mouth-watering #foodporn pics on their Instagram. Here are our favorite finds for the foodie in your life.
Latte Bowls, $30 for 6: You can never have too many bowls, especially when they look like this.
Cooking Classes, prices vary: Learn lifelong cooking skills in one of the best food cities in the world. Some of our favorite NYC venues include Eataly, Haven’s Kitchen, The Brooklyn Kitchen and Natural Gourmet.
The Forest Feast Cookbook, $21: Home cooks will swoon over this beautifully illustrated vegetarian cookbook that’s so lovely, it’ll make you forget all about meat.
DIY Mason Jar Herb Kit, $26: Create your own herb garden from scratch with this adorable little mason jar kit.
Shibori Indigo Dyed Kitchen Towels, $18 each: These lovely dish towels add just the right amount of color to your kitchen.
25-Year Barrel Aged Balsamic Vinegar, $30: Hands down, this is the best balsamic vinegar on the market. The syrup-like consistency will make you savor every last drop.
Moscow Mule Mugs, $20 each: Just in time for the holidays, these copper mugs will make the perfect vessel for winter cocktails.
Fare Trade Subscription, $468 for 12 months: A subscription is a great gift because it lasts all year. The Fare Trade box is curated by all-star influencers in the food world. Each month, unique food products from across America are delivered straight to your door along with tutorials and exclusive recipes from top chefs.
Cuisinart Immersion Hand Blender, $34: One of our favorite kitchen gadgets is a hand blender because it means easy soup-making all winter long.
PGB Hot Sauce, $6: The chef of the East Village gem Brindle Room makes a killer hot sauce that’s as unique as it is tasty.
Marble Cheese Board, $98: Displaying the goods for your wine & cheese night just got easier with this gorgeous marble board.