DrupalWomenQ-#9191

Hi lovely fofoodies! I’m working on the food section of the Fof gift guide and would love to hear your suggestions for gifts for fofoodies!
If you could give me suggestions under $50 and a sentence on why it’s a great gift I’d be so grateful. Links to products would help, too

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  1. victoria dorney wrote on :

    If you are a Craft Beer Lover-you get get a three bottle gift pack at the Port Jefferson Brewery for $24, Check out Beer Advocate.com for brewers around the USA and you can order and have shipped several great and hard to find beers for that special person. ie: Founders, Russian River, Laguanitas to name a few.
    Wine lovers can go to my favorite Long Island wineries pindarwinery.com, laurellakewinery.com, marthaclara winery.com. They offer several gift packs or you can make your own up and even become a member.

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  2. Mary Holland wrote on :

    Bacon! Smoked in house from locally sourced pigs it is to die for. Link is here http://www.pinestreetmarket.com. Their other products are also excellent but the bacon is the show stopper.

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  3. donnarp1 wrote on :

    Hi Sara, I give my friends and family an assortment of homemade cookies on a nice plate or box. Another great idea which does not take up a lot of time is making homemade granola. I did that last year and it was a big hit. I say anything homemade your friends and family will appreciate

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  4. avonlady wrote on :

    Themed gift baskets wrapped festively!!

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  5. Troye Skipworth wrote on :

    The small hand blenders are the BEST I believe you can find them by many vendors now for under $50. Love them for quick blending up and for use right in the cooking pot.

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  6. Nancy Norris wrote on :

    A WONDERFUL GIFT FOR THE FOODIE IN YOUR LIFE WOULD BE THE WEB SITE :
    Williams -Sonoma where you can buy great Pots de Creme by chef Jamie that will really knock socks off!

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  7. Vicki Dunn wrote on :

    Here’s another great food gift: fantastic sauce that is exceptionally delicious and sugar-free. I’ve loved every single variety. Throw in their excellent artisan pasta and you’ve got a great gift. Plus the company has a great philanthropic program.

    Check out Cucina Antica:
    http://cucina-antica.com/

    Enjoy!!

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  8. Louise Plonowski wrote on :

    An immersion blender – to make those hearty, creamy winter soups!

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  9. KellyCooper wrote on :

    Cookies for Grown-ups is a fun, adventurous, new cookbook that offers 95 new cookies deliciously suited for the discerning palette and are are paired with drinks ranging from cocktails to beer and wine to tea. I’m the author of the book and had a great time creating unique recipes such as “Dark Desire” with bittersweet chocolate and fresh time; “Tini” with lemon, vodka, orange liqueur and sugar and Mediterranean with Feta cheese, dill, sun-dried tomato and lemon. http://www.grownupcookies.com/

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    • Sara Wald wrote on :

      Perfect I’ll be sure to include!

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  10. Vicki Dunn wrote on :

    Hi!

    I adore everything about this breakfast cookie by Morning Sunshine! It tastes great and is filled with good, healthful ingredients. It’s available gluten-free, and in several flavors. You can freeze them, which is great, and they make a satisfying, easy breakfast. I love them with a cup of strong coffee and a bit of plain Greek yogurt. Here’s a link:
    http://www.morningsunshinebreakfastcookie.com/the-pantry/

    Enjoy!!

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    • Sara Wald wrote on :

      Great idea I’ll be sure to include this

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  11. Louise Plonowski wrote on :

    A lovely bottle of aged balsamic vinegar will please every foodie. Spring for the good stuff!

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    • Sara Wald wrote on :

      Great idea do you recommend a specific brand or manufacturer? Would like to be as specific as possible in my story!

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  12. avonlady wrote on :

    Anything that is healthy like healthy trail mixes with the healthy nuts! A gift basket for those foodies who are doing weight watchers with those products in them. maybe a Power Foods cookbook or any of the wt watchers items.

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