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7 Gift Ideas for Your Foodie Friend

December 11, 2017 by Emily Yslas

7 Gift Ideas for Your Foodie Friend

Finding gifts for your foodie friend can be ever so difficult. We’ve all got that friend who is the first to know about all of the coolest products and shows you first. That friend is also the hardest to shop for during the holiday season! That’s why we’ve created a holiday gift guide filled with our favorite local Madison, Wisconsin food producers that are perfect for the holiday season! We love supporting fellow food companies, especially the ones in and near Madison. Enjoy!

1. Death’s Door Spirits

Gin, Vodka, or Whiskey: You can choose which local Death’s Door spirt is your favorite!

2. Potters Crackers

Potters Crackers are organic and come in a variety of flavors, including gluten-free options.

3. Underground Meats

For your foodie friend that likes artisan cured meats and cheeses, you can send a monthly package that includes a variety of tasty treats from Underground Meats.

4. Quince & Apple

Quince & Apple hand produces small batches of preserves. My personal favorite includes the Black Tea and Fig, and is a staple on any cheese board!

5. Yumbutter

Naturally, Yumbutter’s unique packaging makes us the perfect stocking stuffer. With nutrient dense superfoods, our nut butters are made for snacking on the go.

6. Gail Ambrosia Chocolate

Who doesn’t really like chocolate, right? Gail Ambrosia Chocolatier utilizes single-origin chocolate, which allows each chocolate to take on unique flavors from the area it was grown.

7. Carr Valley Cheese

A family owned business, Carr Valley Cheese has goat, sheep and cow-milk cheese. Those who are fans of sharp cheddar should try one of their aged cheddar cheeses like the 8 or 10 year aged cheddar!

 

What are your favorite foodie gifts for the holidays? We’d love to hear what you’re asking from Santa this year!

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