intentionalist gift guide for foodies

Whether your favorite foodie loves to experiment with new cocktails, brainstorm brunch recipes, or throw dinner parties — we’ve got you covered. Here are 10 ideas to #SpendLikeItMatters on a gift for someone who loves food!

green life trading co. gift guide for foodie

Stacking Lunchbox, $49.99

Green Life Trading Co. #WomanOwned

When your loved one makes that phenomenal new recipe they’ve been planning, they need a neat place to pack it away for tomorrow’s glorious leftovers. Give them the gift of a lunch well-packed!

sacred circle gift shop gift guide for foodie

10″ Salish Sunset Bamboo Bowl, $22.99

The Sacred Circle Gift Shop #NativeOwned

Give your foodie their new favorite serving bowl. Designed by Simone Diamond (Coast Salish), this beautiful eco-friendly dish is made using biodegradable, organic bamboo fiber.

prism gift guide for foodie

Food Planner – Poketo, $28

Prism #WomanOwned

Your loved one can use this handy, stylish tool to plan recipes week to week, log their pantry contents, and keep track of dietary restrictions.

alternatives boutique gift guide for foodie

Woven Guatemalan Apron, $20 each month

AlterNatives Boutique #SocialEnterprise #NativeOwned #WomanOwned

This bright and colorful apron is handmade using beautiful Guatemalan fabrics. This social enterprise creates fair trade and direct trade opportunities for indigenous Guatemalan women to sell their textile goods.

book larder gift guide for foodie

Unf*ckupable, $16

Book Larder #WomanOwned

Perhaps your giftee is more of an aspiring foodie than an amateur chef. In that case, get them Unf*ckupable, which contains 50 foolproof recipes just for your favorite dummy.

the cura co gift guide for foodie

La Chamba Casserole, $70

The Cura Co. #AsianOwned #WomanOwned

Nicknamed the “Le Creuset of pottery,” this beautiful casserole dish is a decadent gift for the at-home chef. Black clay Chamba cookware is traditional to Colombia and is handmade there for use in your kitchen!

saltstone ceramics gift guide for foodie

Fermenting crock, $150

Saltstone Ceramics #WomanOwned

You might not understand why, but perhaps your favorite foodie would be really into a fermenting crock. These handy containers would allow your giftee to try their hand at homemade sauerkraut, kimchi, fermented pickles and more.

the works gift guide for foodie

Addition Moscow Mule Cocktail Gift Set, $24.95

The Works #WomanOwned

Does your foodie love a funky craft cocktail? Add a little spice to their life by gifting them this moscow mule set. They’ll get Thai green chili and tarragon infused drops for their next cocktail hour.

kobo at higo gift guide for foodie

Tetsubin – Japanese Iron Teapot, Pine Design, $130

KOBO at Higo #AsianOwned #FamilyOwned #WomanOwned

The daily ritual of drinking a cup of tea is deeply comforting and delicious. For your most beloved tea drinker, give them the gift of a beautiful Japanese case iron teapot.

honey gramz gift guide for foodie

Flight of Honey Bees – Sampler Pack, $20

HoneyGramz #AsianOwned #FamilyOwned #WomanOwned

Raw honey is an absolute treat for any food lover! Whether your foodie likes to put honey in their tea, on their toast, or on their cereal, they can enjoy three varieties and taste their sweet differences.

cone & steiner, gift guide for foodies

Bonus Gift!

If you live in the Seattle area, give the gift of a gift certificate to a local business! You can purchase a gift certificate from over 50 participating businesses by visiting our Gift Certificate Marketplace.

For the foodie, we recommend Cone & Steiner. Your favorite foodie can enjoy a breezy lunch with a sandwich and a coffee or stop by to purchase specialty grocery goods for their cooking delight!

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