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What's the best holiday gift for food lovers?


A batch of homemade cookies
24% (124 votes)
A cookbook
31% (159 votes)
Donation to a food charity
8% (42 votes)
Kitchen gadgets
30% (155 votes)
Other, I'll explain in the comments
7% (35 votes)
Total votes: 515
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31 comments

 
Jon Sticklen wrote 1 year 27 weeks ago

Every year, I make homemade

Every year, I make homemade breads to give to colleagues, family & friends. I ave a repertoire of several flavors: chocolate-orange-sliced almonds; banana-black walnuts; orange with dried cherries; lemon-blueberry & vanilla-pecan. This year, I made a total of 34! But people appreciate the homemade expression and the expression of my love.

 
Hollie_13 wrote 1 year 27 weeks ago

Olive Oil!

Olive Oil!

Anonymous wrote 1 year 28 weeks ago

I like the gadgets!

I like the gadgets!

Anonymous wrote 1 year 28 weeks ago

Dried herbs like thyme in a

Dried herbs like thyme in a small Ball canning jar with the message: Something you never have enough of.

Anonymous wrote 1 year 28 weeks ago

Sauvignon Blanc Wine Jelly--A

Sauvignon Blanc Wine Jelly--A lady made & delivered this to everyone on the block. What a wonderful surprise!

Anonymous wrote 1 year 28 weeks ago

I love the galas "apples".

I love the galas "apples".

Anonymous wrote 1 year 28 weeks ago

le creuset

le creuset

Anonymous wrote 1 year 28 weeks ago

a cook book is the best gift

a cook book is the best gift i think

Anonymous wrote 1 year 29 weeks ago

More food: a gift certificate

More food: a gift certificate to a gourmet food shop!

 
Joan_180 wrote 1 year 29 weeks ago

A fresh black Perigord

A fresh black Perigord truffle

Anonymous wrote 1 year 29 weeks ago

the best ft for my lover is a

the best ft for my lover is a cupon to wendy's with a lil frosty

Anonymous wrote 1 year 29 weeks ago

Organic spices from a spice

Organic spices from a spice shop!

Anonymous wrote 1 year 29 weeks ago

A healthy gift box, tin, bag,

A healthy gift box, tin, bag, whatever of assorted nuts either non-salted, or lightly sea salted. They're good for your heart!

Anonymous wrote 1 year 29 weeks ago

a specialty cooking class -

a specialty cooking class - take it together.

Anonymous wrote 1 year 29 weeks ago

A helper! ...and a

A helper! ...and a dishwasher....

Anonymous wrote 1 year 30 weeks ago

donation to a food bank!

donation to a food bank!

Anonymous wrote 1 year 30 weeks ago

A healthy home cooked meal

A healthy home cooked meal

Anonymous wrote 1 year 31 weeks ago

I LIKE TO GIVE HERB PLANTS I

I LIKE TO GIVE HERB PLANTS I MAKE FROM THE GARDEN BEFORE THE WEATHER GETS TOO COLD....THEY CAN WATCH THEM GROW, USE THEM,,,,AND REPLANT WHEN SPRING COMES!! WIN-WIN!

Anonymous wrote 1 year 31 weeks ago

two favorites...a package

two favorites...a package with all the fixings for an Irish breakfast or a gift certificate to a local eatery that serves breakfast all day long...they can sleep in and not miss breakfast.

Anonymous wrote 1 year 31 weeks ago

Alpo or Gravy Train

Alpo or Gravy Train

Anonymous wrote 1 year 31 weeks ago

A gift basket filled with

A gift basket filled with hard to find condiments!

 
Carol_407 wrote 1 year 31 weeks ago

Food one they could not

Food one they could not normally afford. Steak or Lobster or even a gift ceriticate to a gracery store.

Anonymous wrote 1 year 31 weeks ago

A HOMEMADE SPECIALTY OF

A HOMEMADE SPECIALTY OF YOURS.

Anonymous wrote 1 year 31 weeks ago

Best gift for a foodie?

Best gift for a foodie? Finishing salts or infused vinegars fresh from my kitchen. Finishing salts because, well, it's salt and salt makes everything better and/or vinegars from my kitchen because it's something conveying that personal touch we all love!

Anonymous wrote 1 year 31 weeks ago

A Scale!

A Scale!

Anonymous wrote 1 year 31 weeks ago

Wine

Wine

Anonymous wrote 1 year 31 weeks ago

A water filter, it reduces

A water filter, it reduces the pollutants in the foods you cook and eat raw.
You are less dehydrated because your water tasts good instead that funny taste you get when you drink the water. Senior should drink lots of water but they do not because of the taste of their drinking water. They can not afford a case of bottled water. A water filter that you change every 3 months or ever 40 gallons is the best. Charcoal is really great for filtering water. We need it in so many things I think people who have apartment houses should also filter their water. Some of the water from of their pipes is terrible tasting. Is that to much to ask. A person can drink filtered water better than what comes out of our pipes. That would be the best gift to give a senior living in an apartment house with other seniors, And anyone else that lives in an area were their water is not good. Lets not make the bottled water companies richer, lets let the filter manufactures who make this in America get richer that is were our money should go. And good charcoal made in America should also be used. Drinking water is drinking half the ounces your body weight is in ounces. Your arthritis will get better, your heart will be better, your skin will be better your diabetis will get better because you are not dehydrated. You will fill up your stomach and you will not want to eat as much.. It will help your lympth gland excrete better the toxins in your body, you will help your liver also. My point is that having good tasting water and a good filter to filter the water is the best present for someone who like to eat.

Anonymous wrote 1 year 31 weeks ago

The best gift for a foodie

The best gift for a foodie during the holidays, is a gift certificate to my favorite Alaskan seafood supplier: J-Dock Seafood Co.

Anonymous wrote 1 year 32 weeks ago

a gift certificate to a

a gift certificate to a cooking class or a new restaurant

Anonymous wrote 1 year 32 weeks ago

Gift certificate to their

Gift certificate to their favorite butcher or fish-monger...you have to be able to afford something good to cook.

Anonymous wrote 1 year 32 weeks ago

Gift certificate to a great

Gift certificate to a great restaurant

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