Happy Thanksgiving to all my fellow Americans!Inkling where I've been on the hunt for the latest and greatest foodie gifts for Christmas.
But before I get to the shiny goods, let me tell you a bit more about Inkling! Inkling is amazing! It's this really nifty site for helping busy people find gifts. But not just any gifts, thoughtful gifts. Gifts chosen by people with similar interests. Since I'm a food blogger and self-professed foodie, all of the gifts I submit to Inkling are foodie gifts that I would love to have in my kitchen. You can't go wrong using Inkling's gift guides; you're practically getting the information straight from the horse's mouth!
It's like this: who would you trust to help you pick out a gift for your grandma? A sleazy 1930s-era gangster in a pinstripe suit or a lovely and slightly rotund, gray-haired grandma? Exactly. Point proven. Use Inkling for the perfect expert-chosen gifts for your friends and family this Christmas.
So, let me share with you some of my top picks:
2. Small Bread Basket £10
3. Green Side Plate £7
4. Black Jug £18
Ceramic Salt & Pepper Pot £22
2. Orb 3 Piece Pestle & Mortar £30
3. Emile Henry Natural Chic Loaf Pan £30.70
4. Small Round Cork Bowl £32
1. Alison Appleton Darcy Teapot £55
2. Whittard Mulled Wine Instant Tea £5.50
3. Miss Etoile Eyes Mug £12.60
4. Cartwright & Butler Triple Chocolate Chunk Biscuits £8.95
You can view my full gallery of gift suggestions here.
And if you don't need help sussing out pressies for your friends and family, you could always create a wishlist on Inkling. It's the best way to avoid getting socks. Or a porcelain cat. Unless you're into that sort of thing...
Love festive food? Try these great recipes: