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Crap You Don’t Need This Holiday for Foodies

Here’s where to find the crap to gift a foodie this holiday season:

Eat and Run: My Unlikely Journey to Ultramarathon Greatness

I think I should be perfectly up front with you. Because we’re friends. The reason I was so junky with my recommendation on this book is because, well, Steve is the one who has read the book. I’ve just made the recipes. But the recipes are enough for me to want to recommend this to you or the foodie in your life. You can grab a copy of the book HERE.

Holidrizzle White Chocolatier Peppermint

Aside from my terrible attempt at being hard and street about seasonally flavored kettle corn, I buy no less than a case of this stuff every winter. It’s so damn good. Not to mention there’s something about a silky, sweet and crunchy salty experience in your mouth that leaves your tastebuds wanting more. That’s not even a euphemism. Because if it were, it’d be a really horrible one. You can keep your pop-supply strong and buy yours HERE.

The Cookiepedia: Mixing Baking, and Reinventing the Classics

It’s true. I have indeed tried every single recipe in this quirky little cookbook. Hands down the best are the green tea cookies. Trust me. I know they sound way gross, because that’s exactly what I thought when I first read the thing, but they’re not. They’re delicious. And you should have them in your life if you don’t already. Or you should plop them in the life of someone who is into baking and you can be their “taste tester”. Because that would also be very worth it. Snag a copy of the book HERE.

A Winter’s Tale Old Fashioned Mulled Wine

I never once in my entire life thought I’d sit down at my desk and tell the internet to pour a bottle of wine into a crockpot but here we are and yes, I’m telling you to do just that with this bottle of wine. Until a few years ago, I’d never even heard of mulled wine, let alone the point that you drink that ish warmed. Now it’s a warm holiday drink staple that’s on par with my annual peppermint mochas and hot chocolates with a mountain of whipped cream. I know it’s probably a bit heartbreaking to read about how delicious this wine is for those of you outside of a Fresh & Easy region, but I guess you’ll have to handle it this time and maybe tell me your favorite mulled wine in the comments so I can expand my hor-wine-zens. Wow. Too much. Check out Freasy locations HERE.

Array Of Culinary Tools 18×24 by Pop Chart Lab

Basically any large format print that’s dimensions require me to tell a framing specialist how large it is in feet has my heart. Mix that with a spunky collage of kitchen gadgets and I know exactly what will be mounted above my range. This. This thing is what is currently mounted above my range. I’m also not sure why I’m calling it a range since I’ve never referred to it as such before. I’ll shut up while you GO HERE to order yours.

Le Creuset Stoneware 1-1/4-Quart Rectangular Baker with Bonus 16-Ounce Rectangular Baker, Cherry

If you don’t have Le Creuset stoneware in your kitchen, you’re kitchening wrong. This little duo was actually a gift a few years ago that have since been well-loved and moved all over the place without a ding or a chip to show for it. Durability is something you only really get with the good stuff. These two bakers are the good stuff. Head HERE to get a set for you, your neighbor, your foodie BFF, and another for yourself. You can never have too much stoneware.

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