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9 Gift Ideas for Foodies

Gift Guide: 9 Gift Ideas for #Foodies | www.paperplatesblog.com

It's gift guide time! The holidays are a nice excuse to gather gift ideas that you can draw on all year long. Here are some goods that will surely delight the foodies in your life. Bonus: They're all $100 or less!

Check back in the coming weeks for gift ideas for bookworms and writers, plus a guide to DIY gifts for those of you who prefer to give your gifts a personal touch.


Top Row

- Sriracha2Go, $7 – Give the gift of portable heat with a clip-on dispenser that will put an end to bland meals forever. (Sriracha2Go)

- Produce Candles, $25 — Soy candles that emit the fresh scents of your favorite fruits, veggies and herbs. (Amazon)

- Contigo AUTOSEAL Travel Mug, $19 — The mug I swear by. Sleek and matte, and nary a drip even if you flip it over. (Amazon)


MIDDLE ROW

- Sushi Love Case, $35 — If Jiro has an iPhone, I hope this is his case. (Society6)

- I Woke Up Like This Mug, $10 — This mug would be a #FLAWLESS stocking stuffer or co-worker gift. (Urban Outfitters)

- Brass-Tipped Serving Set, $38 — For the host or hostess who likes minimalism with a side of glam. (Anthropologie)


BOTTOM ROW

- Smoked Chocolate Chips, $15 - The ideal ingredient for the sophisticated cook or baker. (Getyourhotcakes.com)

- Drop Kitchen Scale & Recipe App, $100 — For the perfectionist baker looking to infuse some technology into the kitchen. (Provisions by Food52)

- Canvas Tote, $60 — A stylish carry-all for trips to the grocery store or — even better — farmers market.  (Provisions by Food52)


But wait, there's more!

Get 15% off your purchase from Food52's gorgeous online shop, Provisions, with the code PAPERPLATES15. Good 11/30 through 12/10. Maximum one use per customer. Take my advice and spend it on the Drop Scale and Canvas Tote.

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