The Best Gifts For Foodies
November 22, 2022 | Courtney Dabney | PaperCity
The holidays bring family and friends together, for lazy brunches, fabulous parties, and recreating those cherished family recipes that make the season so special. Edible gifts are always in style, and you can rest assured they’ll never be regifted. Here’s a collection of top gifts for foodies, including some special kitchen and entertaining luxuries as well as experiential gifts we love.
White Orchid Measuring Cup Set, $185
The organic designs of Michael Aram are among the most coveted. One of the newest in his White Orchid collection. These stainless steel measuring cups are meant to be displayed on your countertop, dangling from the nickel-plated stem on a black marble base.
Pitmaster’s Secret Rub Recipes, $65
Matt Pittman’s Meat Church rub set makes anyone a grill master. Armed with these special rubs, Pittman and his crew have racked up cook-off trophies, now you can up your grilling game too. The Ocho (set of eight) seasoning blends are suited for all your grilling needs from fajitas to steaks and every cut in between.
Tickets To A Top Foodie Event, $55 to $1500
Gift Fort Worth Food & Wine Festival tickets to individual events or give them an all-access pass. With six signature events, Fort Worth’s foodie wonderland is scheduled for March 30 through April 2, 2023. Ticket prices range from$55 to $199, or gift the bargain Weekender Pass for $649, or the Connoisseur Membership which is $1,500, $750 of which is a tax-deductible donation.
Rare Grand Marnier In Baccarat Crystal, $3500
Grand Marnier’s Grand Cuvee Quintessence is a bar top showstopper, in a drop-shaped Baccarat crystal decanter, this is for the high roller on your list. Blended from the oldest of Grand Marnier’s reserves this Cuvee is truly unforgettable.
Pepper-Crusted Perini Ranch Tenderloin, $155
Be a holiday-hosting hero with a gift from Perini Ranch. Their mesquite-smoked pepper-crusted beef tenderloin is a party waiting to happen ― serving eight as a main course, or served as hors d’oeuvres for 12 to 15 people. One of the most delicious and easiest gifts to give.
Ralph Lauren’s Coraline Champagne Coupes, $125 each
Classy cocktails of all kinds are being served in a coupe glass these days. Ralph Lauren’s Coraline Coupes are hand-cut crystal with vintage elegance and an octagonal foot. This is a gift that will be cherished for years to come.
Brazos Bottom Pecan Pie from Goode Company, $59 including shipping
A Houston-based go-to, the Goode Company’s Brazos Bottom Pecan Pie is chockfull of fresh Texas pecans. It has been the centerpiece of many holiday celebrations, and they ship all over the country for easy gifting.
Texas Hill Country Olive Company, $138
The best olive oil doesn’t only come from the Mediterranean. These award-winning extra virgin Texas olive oils are made with varieties of olives that are grown on-site at Texas Hill Country’s olive orchard located in Dripping Springs. The True Texan Keepsake Box is a fun collection to sample.
Pittman & Davis Ruby Reds, $44.99
Nothing says holiday like Texas citrus. Send a case of Texas Ruby Red grapefruit to your nearest and dearest. Pittman & Davis selects the most pristine grapefruits, boxes them, and ships one dozen extra-large ruby red grapefruits directly to your entire Christmas list.
Holiday High Tea at The Adolphus, $65 per person plus tax & service charge (caviar service extra)
Invite your guests to make memories together in The French Room. Reservations are a must for this beloved holiday tradition. Get your pinkies up and enjoy savories, scones, and tea cakes alongside a proper pot of tea.