Everyone loves food, from your ideal meal to your go-to snack. Food plays a big part in the lives of all people, no matter where you’re from. Some people take this natural love of food to the next level, though, and are real foodies at heart.
Whether they are passionate about trying different cuisines, love eating out regularly, or have made food part of their career, there are so many types of foodies out there, and you likely have one in your life.
Buying gifts can be difficult, especially if you’ve bought for them year after year and are running out of ideas. Here are just a few gift ideas a foodie will love.
Gift card at a restaurant
Gift cards can be a great gift option, depending on the person. They allow you to put money towards something you know they are going to use and can help you out if you’re trying to buy fewer physical products.
Why not give them a gift card to a restaurant that they love and will be able to enjoy while not having to pay for a thing. Perhaps they like to try new things, why not book them a table at a new restaurant you know they haven’t tried? These sorts of gifts are ideal if you want to join them too.
As the world of gifting leans more and more towards making things personal, hampers are great if you are looking to give a gift with that unique touch. You can make a hamper yourself, adding food items you know they’d love or choose one from a company that makes it for you.
Are they a chocolate lovers? Something like one of the delicious chocolate hampers you can get will truly make their day.
A subscription box
Subscription boxes have boomed in the last few years, and while many of them have received criticism for being completely unnecessary, there are a few food-based ones that would make a brilliant gift for the right person.
From ones that let them try snacks from all over the world to others that provide new recipe ideas as well as all the ingredients they need. When you buy a subscription as a gift, you can choose for how long you do it for. After that time has ended, the person you bought it for can either choose to continue or not.
This allows them to try it before they buy and see whether or not they like it.
A recipe book
If they love to create new dishes and come up with their own ideas, they probably need somewhere to write them down. Getting them a nice recipe book in which they can put down all their best ideas and meals that went down well in, really shows how much you know them.
A gift like this is a winner for the home cook in your life and is likely a nice break from the other food-based gifts they’ve received.