Confession: I feel a little silly writing this post.
My Christmas shopping has been done for a while-we bring Christmas gifts to half our family at Thanksgiving, since we don’t see them at Christmas. Since I’m doing half the shopping pre-Thanksgiving, we usually go ahead and do it all. Plus, I just get really excited about buying people gifts. However, I suspect that there are still people in this world who haven’t finished their shopping. For you, I offer these gift guides from around the web:
The Holiday Gift Guide from Chow is nicely divided by price, so you can browse stocking stuffers or big ticket items.
It’s about time someone did this: What Not to Get the Cook on Your List (from WBUR’s Public Radio Kitchen)
These 2 lists aren’t food related, but just because someone loves food/is a food blogger, it doesn’t mean they don’t want non-food gifts. From Fabulously Broke in the City, a holiday gift guide for her and a holiday gift guide for him. All the gifts listed are under $100.
Check out the PETA Mall for cruelty-free gift ideas.
The Kitchn has some DIY gift ideas: Recipe Kits, Chocolate Balsamic Vinegar and Chocolate-Dipped Peppermint and Pumpkin Walnut Biscotti.
The former Editor-in-Chief of Gourmet magazine, Ruth Reichl, is going to be posting one of her favorite products as a gift idea every day from now until Christmas.
If you’re still stuck, check out last year’s list of my favorite kitchen tools. I might create an updated list soon, but I still love all those items.
What was the best Christmas gift you ever received?