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Gifts Under $50 for Foodies

Gifts Under $50 for Foodies

The best part of having foodie friends is that you’re probably always around delicious food when they are nearby. You might not know what wine pairs well with guac but it is comforting to know your friends will. Show them your appreciation with a gift that will be well received even for the most discernable taste buds around.

gifts under $50 for foodies

1.  Elements Truffles- are an Ayurveda inspired line of clean chocolates that taste good and does good - for the body, mind, and community. The chocolates are handmade with just cacao and honey, infused with Ayurveda Superfoods and pure essential oils, which lends to its unique flavor profile and melt-in-the-mouth texture. Handmade in micro-batches with Vedic chanting in the background! $39 S/5

2. Indonesian craftsmen harvest the roots of teak trees and craft them into this beautiful and functional Takara Teak Wine Rack Each stackable rack holds up to four bottles with handles for easy transporting. Due to the natural grain and texture of the wood, no two pieces are exactly alike. $49

3. Cut from smooth almond-toned marble, this gorgeous Aragon Marble serving board with an elegant brass stripe detail elevates your cheese and crackers to a sophisticated serving presentation. Beautifully made of all-natural materials, this board is the ideal way to present your hors-d'oeuvres! Used in alternative ways, these marble boards are stylish enough to display perfume, jewelry, or a cluster of candles. $30- $47

4. Solar evaporated, hand harvested and mineral rich, this trio of salts gives you the true flavor of Appalachia. This finishing salt is the perfect texture to add a pop of flavor on whatever you are cooking. The plain heirloom is the most versatile and will become a staple in your kitchen. They smoke the salt over local apple wood for 3 days to give it a soft, sweet smoky flavor that still allows the unique characteristics of the salt to come through. A local forager harvests the ramps (wild mountain onions) then they mix them into the heirloom salt to infuse the flavor. $29

This Mexican version of the mortar and pestle is transformed into a spectacular bowl called a  Molcajete. Standing on three legs, our recycled glass Molcajete bowl is crafted with Mexico's traditional blown glass techniques. $20-$25

Remember that gift cards are always the perfect gift option!

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Fri Jun 21 19:29:32 EDT 2024