100 Gifts for Food Lovers

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December 01, 2018
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Bottlebrush Tree Napkin Ring, $3

A set of napkin rings makes a perfect gift for a holiday host.


Holiday Sip Cup, $10

Every party drink will taste better out of this ornament-shaped tumbler.


Ombre Glasses, $10

These candy-colored 12-ounce glasses look delicate but they’re dishwasher-safe.

For one, MoMA; comingsoonnewyork.com

Pizza My Heart Enamel Pin, $10

Buy eight of your friends a pin— together they form a cute enamel pie!


Foragers Playing Cards, $10

This illustrated deck will help nature lovers track down edible (and inedible) plants.


Stainless Steel Drinking Straws, $10

Every eco-friendly family needs some reusable metal straws.

For eight, Joyeco; amazon.com

Feline Frenzy Sushi Cat Toys, $11

Cats will love playing with faux fish on rice; these toys are filled with organic catnip.

For three; lovethybeast.com

Wham Bam Ham, $12

Pets can get in on the holiday feast with this plush ham-hock squeaker toy.


Lime Bottle Opener, $12

Give someone a collection of old-fashioned sodas along with this stylish opener.


Ice Cream Planter, $12

These pots make an even better gift when you fill them with succulents.

$12–$35; easytigerco.com

Gold Pineapple Trivet, $14

The pineapple is a symbol of hospitality, and it makes a great table protector, too.

Be Home; accompanyus.com

Cactus Cookie Cutters, $14

Bakers can create a whole desert of desserts that are fun to decorate.

For five; merimeri.com

Gold Steamer Basket, $15

This basket looks like woven bamboo but it’s made of gold-plated earthenware.


Little Puzzle Thing Birthday Cake, $15

With more than 70 pieces, this jigsaw puzzle is fun but no piece of cake.


Walnut Candle, $16

Everyone will want to crack this nut: There’s a scented soy candle inside.


Marie Antoinette Salt & Pepper Set, $18

This gift is a Ree Drummond favorite. To season a dish, it’s off with the queen’s head.


Tiny Chef's Knife Earrings, $18

These earrings are made of acrylic— and they sure look sharp.


Banana LED Light, $18

This 4" x 6" porcelain piece works as a desk lamp or a nightlight.


Geo Glass Tumblers, $20

Terrariums inspired these geometric drinking glasses with metallic edges.

For two, Root7; amazon.com

Metallic Twist Napkin Rings, $20

These intricately woven iron rings are like jewelry for the table.

For four, Food Network; kohls.com

Watercolor Stripe Utensil Caddy, $23

This ceramic vessel is perfect for corralling spoons and spatulas—or flowers.


Floatie Flamingo Pool Float Bowl, $24

This eight-inch ceramic float isn’t exactly seaworthy, but it’s just right for chips or nuts.


Color Map Mug, $24

Frequent fliers can color the places they’ve visited, then bake the mug to make it last.


Sunny Side Up "8x10" Print, $25

This fun letterpress print is the ideal morning view for a breakfast lover.

For unframed; honeyandbloom.com

Crystal Stir Sticks, $25

Stirring a cocktail is even more fun when you use one of these enamel gems.

For four; helloblush.com

Where To Drink Beer, $30

Help a beer lover find the best brews on earth with this 480-page guide.


Tasseled Black & White Napkin Rings, $30

These goods are handcrafted by women in Rwanda, and sales help alleviate poverty.

For four; kazigoods.com

Swirl Marbleized Ceramic Platter, $30

Each of these 16-inch porcelain boards has a unique swirled pattern.


Box of Sweets Cards, $30

What a treat: These blank note cards are covered in cookies, doughnuts and macarons.

For 12, Bonnefetti; brika.com

Farmers Market Tote, $30

This canvas tote is built to last tons of trips to the market; the straps are vegan leather.


Coupe Marbleized Serving-Bowl, $30

This 13-inch bowl is a scene-stealer.

Artisanal Kitchen Supply; bedbathandbeyond.com

Sorbet Collection Mini Ramekins, $30

With these four-inch multicolored ramekins, you can serve personalized desserts!

For six; lecreuset.com

Timber Trivet, $30

It’s a puzzle! Connect the three oak pieces to build this rustic trivet.

Normann Copenhagen; huset-shop.com

Colto Spoons, $32

No need to pick a color: These stainless-steel spoons come as a multihued set.

For four; anthropologie.com

Champagne Fund Bottle, $32

This pretty bottle of bubbly gives the typical piggy bank a run for its money.

For one, Two’s Company; timeyourgift.com

Sweet Treat Dog Collar, $33

This collar can be customized with a gold, silver or black buckle.


Neo Salt and Pepper Shakers, $34

Made of solid marble, these shakers look more like sculptures than kitchen tools.


Club 2.0 Beer Glasses, $35

Gold bases make even cheap beer look luxe!

For two, Sagaform; zola.com

Work It Out Gym Bag, $35

This bag is printed with the best motivation imaginable for going to the gym!


Woodland Bottle Stoppers, $35

Give wine lovers a new way to cork bottles—with a fox, bear, deer or rabbit.

For one; michikoshimada.com

Mango Wood Beckett Serving Stand, $35

A modern take on a tiered tray, this version has a brass-plated handle.


Bauhaus Side Plate Set, $36

These sophisticated eight-inch melamine plates can go indoors or out.

For four, Odeme; burkedecor.com

Pacific: Bamboo Highball Glasses, $36

These gold-plated stainless-steel glasses bring Polynesian style to any table.

For two; viski.com

Breakfast in Bed Cooking Set, $38

These stoneware bakers would make adorable frittatas: The largest is just seven inches!


Vintage Champagne Saucers, $38

Copper-plated stems make these coupes feel extra fancy.

For four, Soirée; shoparteffect.com

Monochrome Whale of a Time Set, $38

These china plates form a whole whale.

For two, plus $16.50 international shipping; yvonneellen.etsy.com

Fauve Coaster Set, $38

These porcelain coasters are so stylish, you might not want to cover them with a drink!

For four, Xenia Taler; burrogoods.com

Ice Cream Truck for Cats, $39

Just a few folds and this cardboard 15" x 17" playhouse is ready for action.


Modern Nutcracker, $39

This figure won’t come to life, but it will crack any nut—and look great on a mantel.

$39–$69; westelm.com

Retro Clock Mixer, $40

Placed on a desk, this clock ensures no one will mix up the time.


Polished Copper Whistling Kettle, $40

Drinking tea can be super chic— this nylon-handled kettle is proof!

Food Network; kohls.com

Charles Lane Indigo Bowls, $40

These hand-painted four-inch bowls fit any style: bohemian, preppy or modern.

For three, Kate Spade; lenox.com

Fallon Platter, $40

This 12-inch stainless-steel piece is eye-catching enough to keep out all year.


Lift Candle Holder, $40

A wood magnet outside this glass column lets you move the votive up and down.

Philippi; jungleeny.com

Fold-by-Number Napkins, $42

Inspired by origami, these napkins have folding guides printed right on the cloth.

For six; store.moma.org

Wicklow Cheese Knives, $45

These are made by an artisan in Ireland out of yew, walnut and sycamore wood.

For two, Hill Picket Studio; the-citizenry.com

Live Edge Walnut Board, $45

This solid walnut live-edge piece can be used for chopping or serving.

$45–$95; vermontfarmtable.com

Scoop Coffee and Tea Canisters, $46

These airtight stainless-steel containers keep goods fresh and come with a scoop.

$46–$55, Stelton; food52.com

Pure Copper Bottle, $48

Drinking from a copper vessel is said to aid healing—and as a bonus, it looks cool, too.

Tamra; urbanoutfitters.com

Festive Popsicle Ring, $48

This treat is better than anything on an ice cream truck: It’s plated in 14-karat gold.


Belmont: Apex Faceted Gold Shaker, $50

This 30-ounce faceted cocktail shaker would look good on any bar cart.


Joanna Etagere, $50

This beechwood and glass tiered stand has a rubberized top for easy gripping.

Philippi; jungleeny.com

Te Quiero, Tequila! Shot Glasses, $54

The arms on these two-ounce gilded cacti make great little handles.

For four; rosannainc.com

Cookie Jar with Walnut Lid, $58

Bakers can keep cookies fresh in this handblown eight-inch-diameter glass vessel.


Negroni Cocktail Tie, $58

This Negroni pattern is subtle enough to wear to work—and then to happy hour.


Marbled Enamel Popcorn Popper, $58

All the campers in your life will love this old-school popcorn maker.


The Emily & Merritt Starry Night Decanter, $59

The etched little stars make spirits bright.


Holiday Cheese Set, $60

Gilded hardware adds a bit of holiday style to this acacia wood board and cheese knives.

Sagaform; zola.com

Color Lab Espresso Cups, $60

These hand-dipped porcelain cups are microwave- and dishwasher-safe.

For four, Revol; store.moma.org

Acacia Wood Oil & Vinegar Cruets, $62

These glass jugs come with an acacia wood base and stoppers.


Wire Fruit Bowl, $65

This 15-inch fruit bowl is a serving piece and design statement in one.


Abstract Tray, $68

This 11-inch clay tray with a hand-drawn design is the perfect size for appetizers.


Geode Placecard Holder Set, $70

Each of these unique natural mineral card holders has a gold-leafed bottom.


Travel Knife & Cutting Board Set, $70

An easy-to-carry 10-inch oak board and knife are perfect for a chef on the go.

Primus; food52.com

Thistle Nesting Bowls, $70

Made of biodegradable bamboo fiber, these bowls are colorful—and eco-friendly.

For seven; bamboozlehome.com

Macaron Candle Gift Set, $75

These bakery-inspired candles come in five sweet scents.

For five; voluspa.com

Nordico Saucepan, $89

This cheerful yellow pot is made from extra-thick steel.


Domaine Smoke Glass Punch Bowl, $90

Hosts will love this stylish punch server: It holds six liters!


Cocktail Kit, $95

This set includes a shaker, jigger and two insulated tumblers to keep drinks cold.


Jensen Nesting Trays, $130

These minimalist acacia wood trays come in 12-, 15- and 18-inch sizes.

For three; crateandbarrel.com

Y3.2 Espresso and Coffee Machine, $149

At just four inches wide, this coffeemaker is ideal for small kitchens.


Whiskey Barrel Watch, $279

This timepiece is made of wood from reclaimed Kentucky bourbon barrels.


Food Paint Set, $6

Squeeze a smiley face on nearly anything with these colorful organic fruit purees.

For three; noshiforkids.com

Note: The next 25 gifts are perfects for food-loving kiddos!

Ice Lolly Notes, $8

You’ll find 1,000 sticky notes and a pencil in this clever pop.

Luckies; thetot.com

Chill Baby Snack Cup, $10

This little plastic no-spill cupcake helps kids feed themselves without making a mess.


Uncanny Mini Can, $10

Students can erase mistakes with tiny mandarin orange segments.


Wakey Wakey Domed Ringer Bell, $12

This bell is all about breakfast.


Holiday Candy Melamine Set, $15

Every kid (and plenty of adults!) would love getting a peppermint candy plate set.

For three pieces; crateandbarrel.com

Hipsterkid Lemon Umbrella, $16

It’s hard to be sour when you’re carrying this umbrella.

FCTRY; daytripsociety.com

Mini Donut Original Rainbow Crayons, $20

Coloring just got a hole lot more fun. Each two-inch doughnut is unique.

For four; art2theextreme.com

Paint a Picnic Craft Kit, $20

Kids can decorate 27 wood food shapes, then pack them up in this basket.


Giant Cheeseburger Snow Tube, $25

This inflatable burger gives kids the rare chance to fly down a hill with their buns out.

Big Mouth; dillards.com

Popcorn Babysuit, $34

This cute cotton onesie and kernel cap really pop.


Watermelon Bean Bag Seat, $36

Kick back and chill on this one-in-a-melon cushion.

sunnylife.com; Design Life Kids

Rainbow Stripe Kids Apron, $38

Little chefs can get messy without a care, thanks to this colorful apron.

Kara Weaves; thelittlemarket.com

Ice Cream Pendulum Clock, $49

All hands point to ice cream time!


Craze Crushed Pineapple Skates, $50

All the kids will be pining for these fun fruit-patterned skates.

circlesociety.com; kohls.com

Gingerbread Party House Bag, $55

This sequin- and glitter-coated purse can hold a lot of candy.


Pink Lemonade Helmet, $70

This sweet helmet has a removable visor.


Snack Snack Playhouse, $199

Kids can work at a café or barbecue booth with this reversible stand.


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