No matter if you’re the super organised type or like to/find yourself doing all your Christmas shopping on Christmas Eve, it’s always to good to have a helping hand. If you’re looking for the perfect gift for the food lover in your life, then take a look at these great Christmas gift ideas. We’ve made it easy for you.
10 Christmas gifts for foodies
1. El Cellar de Dan Roca Cookbook Redux
The hefty original 3kg tome from has been scaled back slightly, but this version in English is still packed full of the magic that has made El Cellar de Can Roca in Girona, Spain consistently one of the best restaurants in the world. Find out more.
2. Star Wars coffee press
Super fans of the Star Wars franchise can’t fail to be impressed by this official R2-D2 French press. Even if you’re not a fan, this is a pretty cool piece of brewing kit. (Only available in the US and Canada currently). Find out more.
3. Pizzacraft Stovetop Pizza Oven
We’d all love our own pizza oven, but it's not really practical. So, cook perfect pizza with this stovetop oven instead and you'll never need takeout again – you just have to master dough-making first. Find out more.
4. Vinhos Deluxe
As many wine fuelled-family arguments at Christmas tend to occur over board games, a board game focused exclusively on the stuff seems appropriate for this list. Vinhos Deluxe puts you behind the scenes in the Portuguese wine industry, as you build your wine business from scratch. Find out more.
5. Nobu porcelain
$11 - $104/£9 - £83
6. Family recipe art
Finally get those family recipes down on paper – for $150, artist Jessica McGuirl will hand letter and illustrate your favourite family recipes in 9” by 12” form. Find out more.
7. The Wand
Magic away red wine hangovers with The Wand, which apparently works by removing headache-causing histamines and sulphites from your tipple. When it comes to hangover cures, especially around Christmas, we’ll try anything. Find out more.
$14.99/£12 for a pack of eight
8. Universal Grill Rotisserie Kit
Get primal with this rotisserie kit and cook up to 25 Ib (11 kg) of meat at once. With the addition of an automatic motor, you can save on elbow grease too – or maybe you like to work up an appetite? Find out more.
9. Kinkajou Bottle Cutter
Up-cycle old beer bottles: score, cut and polish them with the Kinkajou Bottle Cutter and turn them into drinking glasses. Find out more.
10. Soup-scented bath salts
Become the proverbial human noodle with these soup-scented bath salts that turn your bath into miso soup, ramen or an assortment of Japanese dishes. Find out more.
$3.14/£2.50 a sachet