10 Great Gifts for Foodies: Holiday 2011

From nifty appliances to snazzy cocktail glasses, we've got the perfect holiday gifts for all the foodies in your life right here!
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6. Santa’s New Hat Martini Glass

Martini glass

Enjoy your favorite cocktail and add pizzazz to any holiday party at the same time! This gorgeous glass by Lolita definitely gives Santa’s costume a diva-esque twist. Bonus: It even includes the recipe to the Santa’s New Hat cocktail, a tasty concoction made of vodka, cranberry juice, and amaretto. ($24, thelolitastore.com)

7. Running Away to Home by Jennifer Wilson

Running Away

Go on an adventure full of family, food, and fun with this new memoir. The story follows Wilson and her family as they search for meaning in the most extreme way possible. Once a middle class, Midwestern family of the typical soccer- and ballet-practice variety, Wilson, her husband, and their two kids eschew the so-called “American dream” (Why? Because “it sort of sucks”), uproot themselves, and move to their ancestral village in the backwoods of Croatia. Between milking cows, eating roasted pig a stick, and trying their hardest to hunt down the village recipe for bootleg booze, they found something much deeper and bigger than they had imagined. ($17.54, barnesandnoble.com)

8. Bolthouse Farms Holiday Nog

Nog

You probably already know that Bolthouse Farms makes a whole bunch of tasty fruit and veggie smoothie drinks, but did you know that they make nog, too? Because they do! Give this guilt-free version of the holiday classic a shot. With only 80 calories, this tasty rendition contains 83 percent less fat and 63 percent less calories than standard egg nog. Try serving it with a dash of your favorite rum. Yum! ($6, bolthouse.com)

9. Wolfgang Puck Immersion Blender with Chopper & Accessories

blender

Combine the features of a blender, food processor, and mixer with one spectacular appliance! Mix sauces, chop vegetables and meat, or beat creams and puddings with this great all-in-one. It’s guaranteed to make any foodies life just that much easier. ($69.90, hsn.com)

10. HERNÁN’s Hand-Made Molinillo with Mexican Hot Mix Chocolate Bundle

Hot chocolate

Skip the processed stuff and go for this delicious homemade hot chocolate mix instead. The bundle includes hot chocolate powder made of pure cocoa, sugar and cinnamon, chocolate de metate bolitas to add to your mug (or to just eat on its own!), and a molinillo to whip everything into a light and frothy drink. Delish! ($37, opensky.com)

Nalissa Cuthbert is a regular contributor to BettyConfidential


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