Everyone needs to eat to live, but there are people who need to enjoy every morsel which goes in their mouth. These are the people these gifts are designed for.
Let the cravings be your guide.
Bacon costs $8 most places. That $8 can go towards something else that can possibly last longer than bacon. For the bacon lover, the ability to make their own bacon will immediately land you a spot in their heart. Bacon speed!
Remember when avocado wasn’t everywhere? No? Me either. But with this cuber cutting avocado has never been so easier. Guacamole anyone?
A single serving of pasta is 800 carbs whereas a single serving of sweet potato noodles are…who the f knows?
The point is, every foodie has already latched on to veggie noodles. You’re only making it easier for them.
Making beer is cool but making gin is even cooler. Imagine how impressed guests will be? Do it for the foodie.
The easiest way to mix your favorite bowl of homemade ice cream in just ten minutes. Hint: it freezes in the bowl.
According to Condé Nast, San Sebastián is the best food city in the world. What better way to surprise a foodie than surprising them with the opportunity to travel and taste food from the best food city in the world?
So, maybe the foodie in your life hasn’t quite latched on to having veggies replace pasta. Maybe the love for carbs is too strong to combat. If this is the case, the least you can do is help limit the carb intake. Simple.
It doesn’t take much to be over olive oil or regular balsamic vinegar. Even the essentials need to be spiced up, a little. Treat the foodie to flavoured olive oils, dark balsamic vinegars and white balsamic vinegars. It will change the way you cook.
Bishes love macaron’s. The end.
There’s nothing more annoying than a foodie who can’t enjoy a meal the way it “should” be cooked. This kit allows any foodie to fix any meal up to their standards.