The Foodie Gift Guide

The Foodie Gift Guide

Team LC is so excited to share our latest gift guide with you. For everyone that’s trying to find a gift for that friend or family member who’s constantly raving about their next recipe, going to a new restaurant, or constantly watching food reels and TikToks, your prayers have been answered. Introducing our Foodie Gift Guide, with gifts at every price point, so rest assured, there’s an option within your budget. With items under $25, $50, $100, and a few that are splurge-worthy, we think this gift guide covers all of the foodies in your life. Keep reading for our top picks of the season…

The Foodie Gift Guide

Under $25

1. Anson Mills Carolina Gold Rice, from $7

This isn’t just any old rice. This world-renowned Carolina Gold rice is a fan favorite for its fluffy texture and incredible taste.

2. Fly by Jing Sichuan Chili Crisp, $15

Crafted in Chengu, this chili crisp is so good, they should put it on anything. Eggs, salads, noodles, pizza—you get the idea.

3. Cody Foster Vintage-Inspired Food Ornaments, from $16

Trust us when we say they’re going to love these food ornaments. Cheese, sushi, tacos, dumplings, oysters, bacon. We’re drooling just looking at them.

4. The Little Market Coriander Jalapeno Pesto, $18

One word: yum! For the spice lovers, they’ll love this addition to their sandwiches, vegetables, and meats.

This nut butter is a treat. Not only does it have pistachios and almonds, but it also has dark chocolate. Enough said.

6. Raffetto’s Pasta Choose Your Own Pasta – 4 lbs., $25

Is there anything fancier then artisanal pasta made exactly the way you want it? Raffetto’s Pasta in New York are fresh-to-order and are quite a treat.

The Foodie Gift Guide

Under $50

1. Yunhai Miso Soy Paste, $26

This miso soy paste is a salty and sweet umami bomb that just takes your dishes at home to the next level.

Want delicious, plant-based recipes? Try some in Kate Ramos’ recent cookbook, Plant-Powered Mexican, which boasts flavorful, vegan and vegetarian recipes for the home chef.

3. Liv & Dom Pasta People Recipe Journal, $27

For the cook that needs a book for all of their glorious recipes, this journal is perfect for them.

4. Free Range Flower Winery Marigold Wine, $30

Have they tried marigold wine before? Now’s the time!

5. Global Garden Fruit-Infused Balsamic Vinegars, $30

These Fruit-Infused Balsamic Vinegars are so tasty, and make salad dressings extra delicious. We’re partial to the Golden Apricot flavor.

6. Uncommon Goods DIY Mochi Ice Cream Kit, $34

Make your own mochi with this DIY kit, filled with everything you need {minus the ice cream} to make your own delectable desserts.

7. Nguyen Coffee Supply The Original Vietnamese Coffee Trio, $45

Coffee lovers beware: once you have a sip of this coffee, you will not be able to stop.

These cocktail glasses are the glasses of our dreams. We love the pink ones, in particular {surprise, surprise}.

9. LC Lauren Conrad Speckled Decorative Bowl Table Decor, $50

The bowl that looks good for all of your Instagram photos and reels {we promise}.

The Foodie Gift Guide

Under $100

1. Baz Bagel Baking Kit, $55

Ever made bagels before? Now’s the time with this Baz Bagel Baking Kit, featuring everything you need to make the best bagels at home.

2. Omsom The Bestseller Set, $59

Help them make weeknight dinners easier with these meal starters from Omsom. From Lemongrass BBQ to Thai Larb, they’ll make deciding what to eat that much easier.

We love the marble on this 2-Tier Table Décor, which is the best for placing all of their marvelous baking creations.

4. The Little Market Woven Pitcher, $62

The best pitcher for Sangria, and that’s that.

5. Pineapple Collaborative The Holiday Set, $70

The set that includes all of the essentials, Pineapple Collaborative’s salt, apple cider vinegar, and olive oil are all-natural and made by women.

6. Atlas 150 Aluminum Pasta Maker, $85

Pasta-making nights just got a whole lot more fun with the Atlas 150 Pasta Maker, which helps make delicious sheets of lasagna, linguine, and spaghetti in minutes.

7. Hedley & Bennett Little Daisy Forest Apron, $95

Every chef needs their apron, and this daisy-printed one certainly makes cooking in the kitchen extra cute.

8. Breville Juice Fountain Compact, $100

For their juicing phase, they’ll need this compact juicer from Breville, which increases their juice extraction up to 30% more.

9. Whetstone Magazine Print + Digital Subscription: Volume 7-10, $100

Do they love learning about food, the history of food, and cultures from around the world? Consider gifting them a Whetstone Magazine subscription.

The Foodie Gift Guide

The Splurge List

1. Material Kitchen The Copper Set, $200

Gift them a new copper pot set, which makes cooking all of their favorite dishes that much easier.

2. Breville Smart Oven Air Fryer, $350

For the air frying-obsessed, this all-in-one smart oven seriously does it all. Fingers crossed this is under our tree too.

3. Le Creuset Round Dutch Oven {5 ½ quart}, $370

Nothing gets better than a Le Creuset dutch oven, and this gorgeous one makes braising, roasting, making soups, and more an absolute breeze.

4. Vitamix Certified Reconditioned Professional Series 750, $500

Big splurge, but it’s worth it. We consider purchasing a Vitamix a necessary investment that will certainly make prepping smoothies, marinades, and sauces that much easier.

What are you gifting the foodies in your life?

We want to know what you think, so drop a comment below.

XO Team LC

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