Gift Guide: Fun Foodie Stocking Stuffers

It’s 1 week until Christmas and I just finished my shopping, phew! Need any last minute stocking stuffers? Check out these fun gifts for the foodie in your life:

Gift Guide Layout{ The Southerner’s Handbook | Wind & Willow Mini Bowl Set | Cheese BagsHammonds Cinnamon Candy CoalMuffin Top Bake Cups2-in-1 Chopstick Utensil SetKitchen Relief PrintSubscription to The Local Palate Magazine }

1. The Southerner’s Handbook by Garden & Gun ($16.50 at Barnes and Noble)
Curated by Garden and Gun, John T. Edge gives insight on why Southern food matters along with other fun tidbits throughout.  Not to mention it’s a pretty book to have on your shelf!

2. Wind & Willow Home Over the Hills Mini bowls (set of 4, $30)
No-slip mini wooden bowls dipped in colorful hues. Love anything miniature…if you know me, you know it’s an obsession.

3. Cheese bags from Rodale’s (15 bags, $9)
These PVC/BPA-free bags help extend the life of your beloved cheese…yes please! Cheese is my favorite food group and I’ll never give it up! These little wonders are going to encourage this addiction and I couldn’t be more pleased about it!

4. Hammonds Cinnamon Candy Coal from World Market (2 bags, $5.95)
A “sweet” way to dole out coal for the naughty ones on your list, and they’ll even thank you for it!

5. Muffin Top Bake Cups from Sur la Table (set of 4, $12.95)
For the class clown on your list…these muffins spill over the pants – get it?!

6. 2-in-1 Chopstick Utensil Set from Sur la Table (1 set, $9.95)
My husband is all about practicality so I’m starting to learn what gifts the logical friend on the list may enjoy. How about this 2-in-1 chopstick utensil set? Perfect for the friend with an adventurous (yet practical) palate, who likes to eat on-the-go!

7. Kitchen Utensil Relief Print by Paper and Oats on Etsy (13 x 10 in. print, $25)
The perfect piece to spice up your breakfast nook or kitchen wall! I love block prints and this one takes the cake for any foodie!

8. Subscription to The Local Palate (1 year, $19.97)
Ok, ok! I’m a little biased, but this mag really does have great recipes, the latest in southern food culture, and all around awesome content.

Happy shopping and Merry Christmas!

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