O's Favorite Things: 2011 Gift Guide
Looking for the perfect present? See our annual favorite things from Oprah
November 09, 2011
Send in a picture of your beloved pet; get back an heirloom. I'm going to cherish seeing Sadie on my tree forever.—Oprah
$70 | WaggingTailPortraits.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
"You'll love the soft, chewy
texture of Australian licorice, which has finally arrived Stateside. I
enjoy eating way too many of these mango, apple, and strawberry bites."—Peter Walsh
$34 | OliveAndCocoa.com
"These Italian leather and Japanese cotton canvas satchels have plenty of
pockets—and sure beat piling papers on the backseat of my car." —Martha Beck
$525 | SeventyEightPercent.com
"Is there a more charming way to green the Earth—and replace the oxygen we breathe—than to give a loved one this baby magnolia tree?" —Martha Beck
$44 | SeedsOfLife.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
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
"I don't like a candle that overpowers, and these scents are so delicate. The botanical design is a pretty way to bring some nature indoors."—Oprah
$47 each | EarthSaversOnline.com
"These dishwasher-safe melamine plates featuring iconic portraits from the National Gallery in London are fun for a dinner party—look great grouped together on the wall." —Adam Glassman
Starting at $11 each | W2Products.com
"Did I mention I love to entertain? At a recent dinner party, I drank from someone else's lipstick-stained glass—and it wasn't really my color. These wine charms keep guests' drinks straight."—Peter Walsh
$10 for one topper and six charms | umbra.com
"I never understood how shiny objects came to represent peace on Earth and goodwill toward men—until I saw these gorgeous handblown recycled-glass globes, which are festive and filled with good juju." —Martha Beck
$45 | UncommonGoods.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
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