Holiday Gift Giving Guide

by Lauren Keiper on December 16, 2012

in Food Gifts, Holiday

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Twas the night before Christmas… ok, not quite yet, but if you still need to do your holiday shopping, the countdown is on! We’d like to help you out: head over to shop.eatboutique.com, select something tasty, choose expedited shipping and then relax, your small batch gifts will arrive by Christmas. Here are some of our suggestions that will wow under the tree or stuffed in stockings, hung by the chimney with care. ‘Tis the season! -Maggie

A GIFT TO YOUR GUESTS

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At the holidays there always seem to be extra people lingering around the house, no? Friends who stay late after your holiday soiree. Guests from out of town for the weekend.  Mom, dad, in-laws, nieces, nephews, grandkids.  Won’t it be a treat for them to sip New Harvest Coffee Whisper Espresso? Would you prefer guests to serve themselves? Stock Marge Granola and Big Spoon Roasters Peanut Almond Butter in the pantry.

SOMETHING SWEET

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We know cookies are the traditional Christmas sweet.  But why not introduce your teachers, neighbors, friends or secret Santa recipient to some sweet new traditions? We might suggest Liddabit Sweets Caramel Corn (for someone with a sweet tooth), Didi Davis Citrus Sugar Collection (for that friend who loves a sugar-rimmed cocktail) or a TrueBee Honey Trio (for a hostess to dress up her cheese plate).

STOCKING SIZE

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Sure, many of us for years have found an orange or grapefruit wedged into the toe of our Christmas stocking, but wouldn’t it be a nice surprise to find these Candied Orange Rinds by Sqirl instead? Or a stocking stuffed with Antelope Creek Farm Gourmet Dressing and Cooking Sauces and Treat Bake Shop Spiced Pecans?

RED AND GREEN

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‘Tis the season to shop creatively. Who says you can’t buy for the color and the taste. Stay in the holiday spirit with some of our favorite red and green small batch products like Big Picture Farm Chai Caramels (ok, ok not exactly green…but the pretty green packaging counts), The Girl and the Fig Red Onion Confit, First Field Ketchup or Donovan’s Cellar Ginger Spiced Beets.

FOR SOMEONE WHO HAS EVERYTHING

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We all have someone who is perpetually impossible to buy gifts for. We feel pretty confident they may not have, but certainly need, a Cuppow, a Tonewood Maple Cube or Quince and Apple Tart Cherry Grenadine. Trust us.

Here are your next steps:

  • Shop individual small batch products, including those noted above, or prepared gift boxes at shop.eatboutique.com
  • Place your order by 2 p.m. EST on December 18, 2012, select expedited shipping and pay appropriate charges for arrival by Christmas

All photos styled and taken by Maggie Battista or Heidi Murphy/White Loft Studio.

Eat Boutique discovers the best small batch foods by boutique food makers. We share recipes, maker stories and city guides to eating boutique. We host tasting events and markets for food makers, cookbook authors and food fans. We craft seasonal, regional gift and tasting boxes and sell individual items that you can order in our new shop

Lauren Keiper

Lauren is a writer who lives, eats and cooks in Boston with her husband.She's written for Reuters, the Boston Globe, Boston Business Journal and Boston magazine.

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