Gift Guide For The Foodie

Spend A Little More (Under $100)

Maybe you’re one of the lucky few who has a little more to spend this year. Instead of gifting a pound of coffee, extend that caffeine addiction into the year. Fair Trade also offers subscriptions that bring a new brew to a giftee’s doorstep each month.

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Photo Credit: Penzeys Spices

Penzeys Spices will inspire both the novice and accomplished chef to experiment in the kitchen. Everything is incredibly fresh, and many are all-natural and even kosher. A selection of international spices will put them on the path culinary delight.

For the whimsical child in all of us or actual families with children, Mrs. Prindables chocolate and candy-coated apples are delicious fun. They’re not the healthiest of gifts, though there is fruit in there. And that’s something.

Of course, it is the holidays. Treating that special someone extra special is okay. Black Star Chocolates serves up decadent assortments of chocolates, truffles and caramels in interesting flavors like basil lemon, jasmine and pomegranate raspberry rose. The La Grande Collection gathers together their whole product line into one splendid gift.

Coffee-of-the-Month Subscription (half-year) – The Fair Trade Coffee Company ($99.00)

International Spices Gift Box – Penzys Spices ($43.95)

Signature 12 Apple Basket – Mrs. Prindable’s ($99.95)

La Grande Collection – Black Star Chocolates ($65.00)

  • Dana A. Romero

    Great article. I would like to add a website that actually has over 30 different gourmet gift clubs ranging from salsa, tea, olive oil and BBQ sauce of the month clubs to clubs like soda of the month and Ketchup of the Month. Take a look at to get a true look at a of the Month club website.

  • Edith

    It’d MAYBE be worth the price if it was no more than $15 but almost $40!?!? No way. That was a isputd purchase on my behalf. The largest box on the bottom is the size of my hand and, obviously, it gets smaller as it goes to the top. And, because of the box sizes, there wasn’t much in the plastic bags inside each one. They stuff some of the boxes with shredded tissue to make it look like there’s more too. The pro’s about it are that it’s definitely asthetically pleasing with the gold boxes and red bow, and the treats inside were very good, though very few. My suggestion would be to skip this product and find something that isn’t such a huge rip-off.

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