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Christmas Gift Guide: 15 tasty presents for your foodie friend

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 Check out our imaginative and out-of-the-box Christmas gift ideas especially for the foodie in your life.   

Most of us love enjoying a tasty tipple and can get passionate about good food, but we’ve all got a few friends that take it to the next level. From your pal that always wants to be the host to the friend who works in the industry, Christmas is a great time to treat them to an extra special foodie (or boozy) gift that they probably wouldn’t get for themselves. 

To give you a taste, our guide features the likes of alcoholic candy floss, a Mickey Mouse Le Creuset pot and a very stylish wine subscription. Keep scrolling to find out what else!

Drop the bomb

Once you’ve tried Williams Sonoma’s burger bomb sauce you’ll never go back to ketchup. £19. 

Say cheese

Without cheese, Christmas is cancelled. This box has a selection of British favourites. £45.

Local produce 

Don’t let another basil plant die in your kitchen. Grow your own with an indoor herb garden. £17. 

Stick fingers

Upgrade toast and jam with sweet and sour cherries and bittersweet almond. £3.75.

Unfussy eater

Signed by the man himself, Ottolenghi’s Simple, is his most accessible book yet. £25.

Chin chin

Tanqueray’s new Seville orange flavour gin is the perfect Christmas Day aperitif. £27.35. 

Biscuit base

Have yourself a Hansel And Gretel Christmas with this DIY gingerbread house kit. £35.

Box of tricks

Who hasn’t fancied a ginger mule on the go? This is like a lunchbox for cocktail lovers. £195.

Easy to digest

The Happy Gut fermentation course is literally the gift that keeps on giving. £195. 

Bread winner

A foolproof guide and all the tools to fill the house with that freshly baked deliciousness. £39.50. 

Buon Appetito

Just pop in the raw ingredients and in 18 minutes you’ll get spettacolare fresh pasta. £170.

Innocent boozy

Alcoholic candyfloss in vodka salted caramel or rhubarb crumble prosecco? Into that. £20.

Cook the part

No one will care how burnt the turkey is when you look this professional. £129.99. 

Hey Mickey

A Disney x Le Creuset limited edition casserole dish will put the fun back into cooking. £180.

Festive cheers

Give someone a Nosy Wine Club subscription and invite yourself over on delivery days. £65.

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