All of the following suggestions can be adapted as to the amount that you wish to give:
1. Specific gift card to favorite or new restaurant
2. Certificate to cooking class
3. Find out if the person prefers coffee or hot tea, then tailor gift by giving a gift certificate to one of the beverage establishments and include a special cup.
- cjh, San Diego
11/30/2011 - 9:31pm
12/02/2011 - 2:29am
12/03/2011 - 3:47pm
Send a free subscription to EatingWell magazine. Or, refer them to healthyweb.com in a gift card to their favorite grocery store.
12/03/2011 - 5:53pm
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12/03/2011 - 5:56pm
Sharing a meal that you work on together.
12/06/2011 - 11:10am
depends on the particular kind of "food lover" you're shopping for - if I know of a kitchen gadget that I personally love - I might give it - but only to someone I'm pretty sure will use and appreciate it - some people love cookbooks - some love to improvise and don't care for cookbooks - some love following food trends and exciting restaurants - so I try to get something specific to that person's loves. (a gift certificate to their favorite supermarket - cheese store - butcher etc is another great food gift - especially for younger people who love to cook, but don't have big food shopping budgets.
12/06/2011 - 1:27pm
Gourmet quality olive oil. Nutritious, delicious, versatile. Every bit as good as a bottle of wine.
12/06/2011 - 11:33pm
1) Anything homemade.
2) A custom-made basket of goodies (pick the stuff yourself so you know it's good and will be enjoyed).
3) Restaurant gift cards.
12/07/2011 - 5:44pm
specialty ingredients, like good olive oil or interesting vinegars, or salts -- higher priced items that are fun to experiment with that someone might not be willing to splurge on themselves for!