Looking for great gifts for the food lover in your life? Here are our suggestions for holiday gifts for your Boston foodie.
Boston Organics Gift Card
- If you've loved having organic produce and grocery items delivered to your home or office, consider sharing that experience with a friend or family member by giving them a Boston Organics gift card.
- Learn how to make fresh pasta and how to serve it in this cooking class from our partner, Seven Hill Pasta.
- Turkish bakery and cafe Sofra was established in 2008 by Executive Chef Ana Sortun, and the shop's Turkish breakfast is quite possibly the very best way to start your day. Learn to make Turkish breakfast at one of Sofra's cooking classes. Additional upcoming classes will focus on family dinners, chocolates, and fish.
- Explore dumpling making with MeiMei's founder Irene Li. Participants learn everything from hand folding to getting the perfect sear.
- Somerville's Taza makes stoneground chocolate that is seriously good and fair for all. Taza created the chocolate industry’s first third-party-certified Direct Trade cacao sourcing program, to ensure quality and transparency for all.
- Check out Equal Exchange Chocolate and their wonderful holiday inspired treats
- “Homegrown: Cooking From My New England Roots,” by Townsman’s Matt Jennings
- "Ancient Grains for Modern Meals" from our very own Boston Organics customer, Maria Speck.
- "The Row 34 Cookbook" from Jeremy Sewall where your aspiring chef can learn all about local seafood and oysters.
- The best shopping is cheese shopping, because it involves so much cheese sampling! Treat the cheese-lover in your life to a gift card to their nearest cheese shop. Some suggestions: Formaggio Kitchen, Curds&Co, or American Provisions.
- Equal Exchange, located in West Bridgewater, distributes organic, fair-trade coffee and tea (and chocolate!) produced by farmer cooperatives in Latin America, Africa and Asia. They offer gifts, and you can buy many of their products through our website!
Kitchen and Bar Gadgets
Looking for a hand forged spreader or linen apron? Then Boston General Store (in Brookline) is the place to go. Find fun, interesting, well made gifts while supporting a local business.
- Is there anything more satisfying than a freshly sharpened knife? Local Root, which has locations in Newton and Belmont, offers sharpening services for $12-$15/knife. And they sell gift cards (through their sister site, Didrik's).