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Christmas 2020: Best Gifts for Foodies

Food, glorious food. Some friends just can't get enough of sampling the latest and tastiest dishes. That's why a food-related gift will always be appreciated if you're shopping for their birthday or the holidays. Whether they're a fan of pizza by the slice, glamorous sit-down meals, or exotic take-outs, it’s easy enough to get them a foodie gift that you know they'll love. Select from our list of gifts for foodies, from discounted meals out to tasting sessions – there's something to get taste buds tingling.

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A Fancy Brunch

Mimosas on tap and plenty of avocado make for a brunch to remember. Perfect for filling the spot between breakfast and a midday meal, a fancy brunch is sure to go down well. You could choose a deal at their favorite restaurant or reserve a table somewhere they've always wanted to try. Either way, brunch is a winner.

Beer Tasting

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Beer Tasting

Some of your best memories with friends start by cracking open a couple of cold ones together. Take them on a tour of a local brewery where they can sample the finest and freshest beers, straight from the tap. Some even offer complimentary snacks or a dinner off the menu to soak up all that frothy goodness. Not a fan of beer? Go wine or liquor tasting instead.

Show

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Dinner & Entertainment Experience

One of the best gifts for foodies has to be dinner followed by a show. Tuck into some hearty fare before sitting back and watching acclaimed performers do their thing on stage. Alternatively, you can enjoy an immersive theatre experience with wining and dining options on top. Whichever option you choose, there's a whole new world of entertainment awaiting your foodie friend.

Steak Dinner

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Fine Dining

What are the best gifts for foodies who already have all the kitchen equipment they could ever need? A fine dining experience they'll enjoy and reflect on fondly for years to come. From multiple courses of tiny-but-tasty dishes to the chance to dine like a king at Michelin-starred local restaurants, give them a foodie memory they’ll always remember.

Cooking Class

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Cooking Class

Whether your food-loving friend has a kitchen vibe like Top Chef or Kitchen Nightmares, cooking classes could be their perfect gift this Christmas. They’ll feel like a pro while learning the ropes from masters of their craft. In no time at all, they’ll be throwing pizza dough around like there’s no tomorrow, or sprinkling spices into the mix from a ridiculous height.

CBD Gummies

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CBD Gummies

Believed to help ease anxiety, relieve pain, and improve heart health, CBD gummies are a welcome stocking stuffer for a foodie looking to try something different. We’ve got a wide range of flavors and styles available – from gummy worms to gummy bears – all infused with this natural remedy. For the health-conscious individual, this is candy they're sure to love.

Wine Delivery

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Wine Delivery

There aren’t many treats more pleasant than a chilled glass of wine on a Friday night. What makes it even better is having your favorite pinot delivered to your door. A wine delivery is the ideal gift for any budding sommelier. These boxes contain only the finest wines – so they can sample the sweetness pinot grigio to the deep fruits of shiraz.

Pizza Night

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Pizza Night

If you're really struggling for gift ideas for your foodie friends, you can’t go wrong with pizza night. From deep-dish Chicago-inspired pizzas to authentic crispy crusts just like Grandma used to make, everyone’s got a favorite type of slice. Get great deals at your local pizza joint by reserving a table today. Even the fussiest of foodies will be impressed.

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Mortar & Pestle

Made from volcanic rock, this Mexican version of a mortar, called a molcajete, is ideal for grinding and mixing an array of herbs and spices—but its real showstopper is guacamole. Once you’ve mixed up the avocado-based dip, the mortar doubles as a rustic serving bowl to dig into.

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Teak Salt Keeper

Salt is such an essential part of cooking that chefs always have it on the counter within easy reach. Upgrade any foodie’s kitchen with this natural teak version, which has a swivel top to protect salt from dust and moisture.

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Cookbook

It’s no secret that more people have been baking bread during the pandemic. This cookbook teaches the fundamentals of the craft so your foodie friend can take their bread-making skills to the next level.

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Le Creuset Dutch Oven

Sand-cast and polished by hand, real craftsmanship goes into each and every Le Creuset Dutch oven. The cast iron cookware is also a powerhouse in the kitchen, cooking up everything from chilis and chowders to braised meats and vegetables.

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KitchenAid Stand Mixer

Cooking prep gets a whole lot easier with a KitchenAid Stand Mixer. The 325-watt motor whips up batter and kneads bread with minimal elbow grease, saving your favorite baker time and energy.

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Emile Henry Pie Dish

Fact: Pies look better in an Emile Henry Pie Dish—at least we think so! But this pie dish has much more than looks going for it; the burgundy clay heats evenly, and it has a non-stick surface for easy clean-up.

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All-Clad Sous Vide Immersion Circulator

With low, consistent heat, this All-Clad Sous Vide Immersion Circulator cooks meat and vegetables to perfection. It’s the ideal gift for home cooks looking to bring a little precision to their techniques.

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Salami Sampler

Made using Old World techniques, the salami from Olympia Provisions is not to be missed. This sampler includes four of their most popular varieties: loukanika, chorizo rioja, salami nola, and saucisson sec.