Foodie Gift Guide 2019
Start the season out right with the Vosges Haut-Chocolat Cosmic Truffle Collection ($72), featuring 21 edible-crystal-infused handmade chocolates that correspond to different zodiac signs. Woo-woo, yes, but also a fun icebreaker that's freakin' delish.
Whether somebody on your list is a fan of artist Robyn Blair—whose real-candy wall art is a hit with millennials—or they just really love sweets, give a full-on sugar fix with a personalized Off My Case X By Robyn Blair iPhone Case ($78).
Instead of bringing a bottle, give a dozen different wines to taste in the festive Vinebox 12 Nights of Wine Naughty Box ($129 for twelve 3.4-ounce bottles).
We love a good holiday collaboration, and Helen's Wines Fusilli Palace Gift Box ($110) is just that. It includes the ingredients and recipe for spicy fusilli, a cute Heather Taylor Home tea towel, and a wine-pairing suggestion from badass L.A.-based wine-shop owner and sommelier Helen Johannesen.
Like latte art only easier, Godiva Holiday Hot Chocolate Toppers ($13 for six) are a solid hostess gift. Who needs whipped cream when you can top cocoa with a santa or snowman design made out of, you guessed it, more chocolate?
Help your favorite tea drinker master the art of matcha with a Matchaful Kiwami Ritual Set ($99). It has all the tools needed to whisk up an authentic frothy batch and then some.
Headbands are back. And this CJW Candy Crush Headband ($30) takes the trend to an artsy level by featuring illustrator Christina Wang's cute original drawings of snack time staples—from Reese's cups to cans of LaCroix.
For the 30-Minute Meals–obsessed home cook in your circle, wrap up the Rachael Ray Create Delicious Stainless Steel 10 Piece Cookware Set ($105 for 10 pieces). Ultra-even heating and dishwasher-safe? Hate to brag, but Rach kinda nailed it.
The FoodSaver Cordless Handheld Food Vacuum Sealer ($35) can do everything the big machines can, despite being a fraction of their size. Pick one up for the leftovers lover or serious sous-vider on your list.
Right the wrong of a watered-down old-fashioned for your whiskey-loving friend with the Riedel Drink Specific Glassware Collection ($30 for a set of two). A spirits specialist consulted on these six designs, which were created with the ideal ratios of several classic cocktails in mind.
Keurig K-Duo Plus ($230) will up anyone's java game. It makes single cups and full carafes and can keep a pot warm for up to two hours.
Copper Cow Coffee 12 Days of Pour Over ($65) will impress the coffee snob on your list. It has almost two weeks' worth of pour-overs, plus creamers, too.