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    Top 7 Gifts for the Foodies in Your Life

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    Do you know anyone who likes spending a lot of time cooking something up in the kitchen or just somebody who loves food? This holiday season, make that person feel loved and appreciated by gifting him or her these foodie-inspired gift ideas.

    1. Apron

    If you spend most of your time in the kitchen, an apron becomes a necessity. There are many kinds of aprons out there from custom-made ones to those with some very cute prints and statements. For ideas, you can check out Anthropologie for inspiration.

    2. Air fryer

    Who doesn’t love fried food? From fried chicken to fries, your foodie buddy will find an air fryer handy. It’s also a healthier alternative to regular frying with oil in a pan. Now you can enjoy her fried dishes without the guilt.

    3. Coffee maker

    Almost everybody loves a steaming cup of coffee and would spend a lot of money for it. This Christmas gift your friend his or her very own coffee maker with all the features like the Keurig K-Supereme.

    4. The Always Pan

    Not your regular pan, The Always Pan is like a multi-purpose cookware that’ll make cooking more convenient and practical. It’s a must-have for all foodies who love trying different recipes or making their own. It’s also very durable and chic.

    5. Cookbook

    If you’re a foodie, it’s normal to have a library of cookbooks. In fact, it’s something that you’ll never get tired of collecting. This year, gift your foodie friend a cookbook like Chrissy Teigen’s Cravings: Hungry for More.

    6. Blender

    A blender is a foodie’s best friend, especially now when everybody’s getting conscious about their health and wellness. Imagine the smoothies and shakes your friend can make with a blender just like the Nutri Bullet.  

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    7. Virtual cooking lessons

    If you’re foodie friend is living very far from you and you don’t like to risk travelling and spending the holiday with him or her, your best option for a Christmas gift is by registering your friend to an online cooking class. Of course, you have to pay for the whole thing.

    The pandemic may have changed how we celebrate Christmas this year but it’s not an excuse for us not to spread kindness and love.

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