Tasty Holiday Gift Ideas
Feast on this: O's favorite edible gifts.
O, The Oprah Magazine |
October 29, 2010
Courtesy of Murray's, a lovely assortment of artisanal American-made crackers, cheese, and fig jam complements these ridiculously excellent cured Creminelli meats.
$80 | MurraysCheese.com
This electric baker produces coffee-shop-quality mini-doughnuts—and happy houseguests—in minutes, without oil or deep-frying.
$40 | StonewallKitchen.com
These foil-wrapped Belgian-chocolate delicacies were inspired by the
ornaments brought back to Russia from Europe by Peter the Great in the
17th century. Hang them on your Christmas "yölka."
$16 each | YolkaChocolates.com
With flavors like Chile Mango and Golden Raisin Curry, this is no ordinary peanut butter.
$124 | SpreadTheRestaurant.com
Courtesy of a talented career-changing mom in Maryland, these creamy caramel cups with dark chocolate and sea salt are made with all-natural kosher ingredients.
$22 for nine | thevelvetchocolatier.com
If you happen to be in Kimmswick, Missouri, stop by the Blue Owl for their famous nine-inch-high caramel apple pecan pie. If not, have one sent to your doorstep.
$39 | theblueowl.com
These chocolates hail from sunny Napa Valley—handmade from local cream,
they stand up to ten inches tall—but if you ask us, they look ready for
hot cocoa and a sled.
Starting at $12 each | WoodhouseChocolate.com
If you're looking for a truly exquisite gift, Oprah will tell you there's no better sipping tequila on Earth than the smooth, peppery Casa Dragones. For cocktails or the occasional shot, the more affordable Siete Leguas Blanco is pretty heavenly, too.
Casa Dragones: $275 | WallyWine.com
Siete Leguas Blanco: $40 | Binnys.com
From spinach-artichoke to horseradish-bacon, these four delicious dips and spreads make us want to ditch the chips and grab a giant spoon!
$65 | korsdoeuvres.com
If the world had a pause button, we'd use it to prolong the bliss of eating these handcrafted Anna Shea Chocolates; flavors include white peach ganache and cranberry cosmopolitan.
$52 | annasheachocolates.com
Halfway between a cookbook and a food magazine, Canal House, a gorgeous, unpretentious new periodical, arrives every four months filled with just enough irresistible seasonal recipes to keep you cooking until the next issue turns up.
$19.95 per issue, or $49.95 for one year subscription | canalhousecooking.com
The only thing better than a cup of coffee brewed from freshly ground beans? Coffee brewed from beans ground in a gadget that looks so cool on the counter.
$120 | bodumusa.com
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