Christmas gift ideas for the foodie

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Add a dash of flavour to your Christmas gifting with a selection of ideas fit for the foodie in your world. Whether it’s sweet treats, coffee contraptions or a cracking cookbook, we’ve got the perfect present.

Pop Midi digital radio with Bluetooth

This compact digital radio with Bluetooth streaming provides the ultimate soundtrack for anyone’s kitchen adventures. Available in Grey a choice of three stylish colours, the radio can also be powered wirelessly with batteries – making it ideal to use all over the house or outside. It even features a kitchen timer to help owners keep on top of their cooking conquests.

£89.99 at Pure

Avocado socks

If you know someone whose idea of a dream meal is literally anything topped with avocado, then let them take their love of this little green fruit (yes, it’s a fruit!) everywhere with this cute pair of socks. If only there were a pair of sourdough slippers to team them up with.

£3 at Monki

Jamie Cooks Italy cookbook

The accompanying book to Jamie Oliver’s hit 2018 show on Channel 4, this ultimate guide to Italian cooking delves into the roots of the nation’s unmistakeable cuisine. Packed full of recipes inspired by generations of home-cooked creations, it’s an ode to the mothers and grandmothers behind trusty favourites like carbonara and risotto.

£10 at Amazon

Panettone

Forget mince pies and Christmas puddings. When it comes to a truly indulgent festive treat, nothing quite beats the refined flavours of an authentic Italian panettone. Elevate your Christmas dinner with this award-winning bake from Harvey Nichols.

£14.95 at Harvey Nichols

Violet gin

Treat your loved ones on Christmas day with a cheeky G&T. Adding a twist to the classic botanical spirit, Zymurgorium have infused the fragrant taste of violet into their meticulously distilled gin for a truly unique tipple. Bottoms up.  

£25 at John Lewis

Cheese subscription

Because buying cheese from the supermarket is so outdated. Leave it in the trusty hands of Paxton & Whitfield to supply you with a monthly fix of dairy-based heaven. A 200-year-old cheesemonger with two royal warrants, they’ll send over four carefully selected cheeses, chosen to perfectly complement the season.

From £35 per month at Paxton & Whitfield

Coffee maker

The perfect gift to help satisfy anybody’s coffee cravings. This stylish Theo coffee maker is made from sleek, black stoneware and is certain to appease the design-conscious. With three holes in its filter, it creates a delicious slow brew – perfect for kick-starting a chilly, wintry day.

£48 at Habitat

 

Looking for even more gift-giving inspiration? Visit here to discover all of our festive guides!

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