Gift Guide for Foodies

In our Gift Guide for Foodies, you’ll find something that will please any food lover, whether they love to experiment with new recipes, show their personality in the kitchen, or host elaborate dinner parties. Enjoy our Gift Guide for Foodies with ten gifts for your favorite foodie you can find at small diverse-owned businesses!

Gift Guide for Foodies - Horn Butter Tray

Horn Butter Tray with Knife, $26

The Cura Co. #AsianOwned #WomanOwned

Even butter deserves to be displayed in style with this ethically-made horn butter tray and matching knife from The Cura Co. The set is handmade in Haiti by Haiti Design Co, which employs and provides job training to individuals in vulnerable situations as well as helps local artisans succeed as entrepreneurs.

Gift Guide for Foodies

Spicewalla Grill & Roast Collection, $20

Adorned Abode #BlackOwned #WomanOwned

Variety really is the spice of life with Spicewalla’s three-pack Grill & Roast Collection from Adorned Abode. Encourage your giftee to spice it up in the kitchen with the set’s Carolina Pork Rub, Cowboy Steak Rub, and Honey & Herb Rub.

The Essential New York Times Cookbook: The Recipes of Record, $55

Book Larder #WomanOwned

Amanda Hesser’s The Essential New York Times Cookbook: The Recipes of Record from Book Larder is the perfect gift for the foodie who’s always trying new recipes. The James Beard Award–winning cookbook contains an encyclopedic collection of over 1,000 of the New York Times’ most popular recipes that have been updated and adapted.

Tableware Tea Towel, $14.50

Sairen #AsianOwned #WomanOwned

This 100% cotton tea towel from Sairen is adorned with pattern of inspired by Japanese dish ware — it’s the perfect addition to any kitchen that’s as useful as it is beautiful.

Soda Glazed Teapot, $65

Miro Tea #AsianOwned #WomanOwned

For the beau-tea-ful foodie who loves to relax with a cup of tea, gift them this soda-glazed teapot from Miro Tea. This wonderfully unique porcelain pot is handmade in Jingdezhen, China and even has it’s own built-in filter to make tea time a breeze.

Block Cheese Cutting Board, $30

Flora and Henri #WomanOwned

No kitchen would be complete without a gorgeous block cutting board, like this olive wood board from Flora and Henri. It’s perfect for prepping veggies and carving meat or use it to display charcuterie or appetizers!

Ketunmarja Oven Mitten, $24

Ideal #WomanOwned

Whether the foodie in your life is a lefty or a righty, this patterned Ketunmarja Oven Mitten will help them get the job done. The mitt features a festive pattern of birds, foxes, and red berries that will brighten up any kitchen.

Porcelain Salt & Pepper Shakers, $18

Matter #BlackOwned #WomanOwned

This set of salt and pepper shakers in the shape of ring pull cans embraces the beauty of everyday objects. These shakers from Matter are a stylish and functional way for the foodie in your life to add some whimsy to their dinner table. 

Marble Drink Rocks, $38

Prism #WomanOwned

Say goodbye to watered-down drinks and cocktails with this set of Marble Drink Rocks from Prism. Just stick them in the freezer to chill and serve them with that special beverage to keep it cold without compromising its taste.

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Bonus Gift!

If you live in the Seattle area, give the gift of a gift certificate to a local restaurant! You can purchase a gift certificate from over 100 participating businesses by visiting our Gift Certificate Marketplace.

For the foodies, we recommend buying them a gift card to Musang for stunning Filipino food rooted in Filipino culture and community. 


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