Fill their cups (and bellies) with cheer this holiday season. Here, FOFoodies share 10 scrumptious gift ideas.
Plus, enter to WIN the Cookies for Grown-Ups cookbook or Corkcicle Wine Chiller by answering this question in the comments below: Which would you most like to win?
1. Corkcicle Wine Chiller, $25
“Keep white wine at perfect pouring temperature.” -Lovey Dash
2. Cookies for Grown-Ups cookbook by FOF Kelly Cooper, $16.31
“Cookies for Grown-ups offers 95 new cookie recipes deliciously suited for the discerning palate and paired with drinks ranging from cocktails to beer and wine to tea. I’m an FOF and also the author of the book. Try: ‘Dark Desire’ with bittersweet chocolate and fresh thyme or ‘Mediterranean’ with feta cheese, dill, sun-dried tomato and lemon.” –FOF Kelly Cooper
3. Rabbit Wine Aerating Pourer, $30
“With this nifty little gadget, no need to wait while your bottle breathes. It’s a wonderful hostess gift or smart tool for any home bar.”–FOF Celeste Crago
4. The Table Comes First, $10.85
“Longtime writer for The New Yorker, Adam Gopnik’s latest book, “The Table Comes First” has just come out in paperback, an ideal gift for the true foodie in your life. From the first restaurant in—where else–-France, to famous names in gastronomy through the ages, to current day food trends, localism, organic farming, sustainable living, you name it, Gopnick explores it all. Call it a conversation with the reader about the meaning of food.”–FOF Annette Gallagher Weisman
5. Breakfast Cookies by Morning Sunshine, $29 for a bucket of 12
“These breakfast cookies taste great, are made with healthful ingredients and some are even gluten-free. They make a satisfying, easy breakfast and you can freeze them, too.” –FOF Vicki Dunn
6. The New York Times Book of Wine, $14.91
“Kick lack of knowledge and pretension to the curb, and buy yourself (or any wannabe wino in your life) “The New York Times Book of Wine.” Encompassing 30 years of vintage writing by Eric Asimov, Frank J. Prial, Florence Fabricant, Frank Bruni, and many more, all in the capable hands of esteemed editor Howard G. Goldberg, this book is a treasure chest filled with opinions about wine.”–FOF Annette Gallagher Weisman
7. Perl Girl Rugelach, $25+
“The best I have had, ever. I usually buy mine at the grocery store where they are pretty hard; not these. These were chewy and incredibly yummy!” –FOF Michele W.
8. Pine Street Market Meat of the Month Club, $120+
“Smoked in house from locally-sourced pigs all their meats are to die for. But, the bacon is the showstopper!” -FOF Mary Holland
9. Neilsen-Massey Mexican Vanilla Extract, $21.95 for 8 fl. oz.
“Any FOFoodie would love to have a bottle. It is cited as the best vanilla in the world. Very flavorful.” –FOF Patricia Bell
10. Caramels from Eclat Chocolate, $26.50 for a 12-piece box
“Won’t they be surprised when they chomp into this delicious chocolate and find that it oozes with luscious dripping caramel! An experience that is unexpected and simply outrageous!”–JoJami Tyler and Deborah Boland
Answer this question in the comments below for a chance to win the Cookies for Grown-Ups cookbook or Corkcicle Wine Chiller: Which would you most like to win?
Two FOFs will win. (See all our past winners, here.) (See official rules, here.) Contest closes December 20th, 2012 at midnight E.S.T. Contest limited to residents of the continental U.S.