February 6, 2013

Valentine’s Day Gift Guide for Foodies

I like to think of Valentine’s Day as a holiday that is meant to be fun and sweet. In our house we try to stick to thoughtful gifts, especially of the homemade variety, that don’t come with high price tags. Here are some of my favorite gift ideas for family and friends. They are all really fun to give and are especially appropriate for foodies! (Stay tuned tomorrow for a fun Valentine’s Day giveaway where you can win gifts for your child’s classroom!)

The Ideal Bookshelf from Food52

This cute cookbook art print from Food52, because any foodie would love this on their wall!

Naptime Chef Valentine's Day

Plan a date with your partner! Wrap up a wedge of his or her favorite stinky cheese and attach a gift certificate for a cheese class. My husband and I took a beginners cheese class at Murray’s a few years ago and had such a blast! (photo: Blue Mountain Gorgonzola from Murray’s Cheese)

Maiden Preserves

A selection of homemade jams from Maiden Preserves would be perfect for Mom, or your generous friend who set up the amazing dinner meal train after your new baby was born. (photo: Maiden Preserves jams)

Ice Milk Aprons

This vintage-style apron would be so pretty monogrammed “Nana” or whatever your children call their grandparents. (photo: IceMilk Aprons)

Custom Ice Cream

A few pints of custom ice cream for your Dad who’s love of ice cream is so legendary people always keep it in their freezer for when he visits.

Anatole by Eve Titus

The Anatole books by Eve Titus for your child who is obsessed with France, cheese, and talking animals. (hint: the mouse works at fromagerie!)

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