12 foodie days of Christmas for under $25


Imagine, giving foodie gifts that are witty and imaginative. Chowsters have done all the work for you, and for your shopping convenience, we’ve selected 12..you know, one for each day!

Blind Wine Tasting Kit: Oh! Think of the hours of fun! You know how you never want to try that less expensive wine because your afraid it will offend the senses? Well, now is your chance to see how your palette stacks up. This is a dinner party starter for sure! Might be JUST at that $25 mark, but well worth the fun you’ll have!$25

give the bitch her chocolateGive the Bitch Her Chocolate: Seriously?  How could this be passed this up, because “bitchiness isn’t an attitude it’s a lifestyle” what else can I say to that?  I mean, these girls have got it GOING and we love them for it!$10.36

Drinks Well with Others Apron: Well, if your going to cook, do it in rhinestones, I always say. As you stir the sauce and sip your wine, your guests will appreciate knowing they have nothing to fear!$24.99


Digital Hourglass Kitchen Timer: Sleek enough to leave on the kitchen counter and digital, so your cooking and baking can be precise to the minute! If sexy comes in a digital timer, this is it!  Comes in silver or red.  $13.28

wii cooking

Wii Cooking Kit: Sick of all that Wii fit crap, show them what you REALLY want to do. I don’t personally own a Wii, but I might get one now. $22.99

Electric Wine Bottle Opener: If your “Rabbit” STILL makes you work too hard to get into your wine, this electrical opener does all that back breaking work for you. All you have to do is squeeze out the cork so its ready for the next bottle. $19.95

Instant Wine Aerator: When you absolutely must be sure your wine has achieved its full potential, this plastic pocket model ensures you’ll never have to suffer through insufficiently aerated wine. A LITTLE past the $25 mark, but sure to be appreciated! $26.93

wine tagesWine Lines: Sassy and snarky tags to differentiate your wine from others…so much more fun than uptight wine charms. With tags like “overpriced”, these are sure to create conversation. $5.99

flip flop coastersFlip-flop Stemware Coasters: Wishing for a little “Aloha” with your next glass of wine? Totally charming with glass beads, these cork “slippahs” will, with your wine, ease you into a chill state of mind! $15.95

Mastering the Art of French Cooking: Thanks to the movie “Julie and Julia” there’s been a resurgence in all things “Julia” and her masterpiece cookbook is a fantastic gift for any home chef. $19.00

Greek Isle Cooking Class (DVD): Can’t afford to travel to the isle of Santorini for a private cooking class this year? Well, never fear, follow Cynthia Daddona as she takes you through a culinary journey that includes harvesting herbs, the history of food and wines, course preparation and finally, dinner on a spectacular terrace. $24.95

ice cream ballPlay and Freeze Ice Cream Maker: Think making ice cream is a pain? No more! Just pass around this fun ball after filling it with rock salt and ice cream mix. 15 minutes later, tah-dah! Ice cream! Comes in a variety of adorable colors! $20.91 (pint size)


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About the Author

An aspiring cook and an accomplished eater, Tara is inspired by the world around her and the food on her plate. "When you can't jump on a plane and take a vacation to an exotic destination, chances are you can whip up a dish or go to a restaurant that will take you there." says Tara. She often eats out at a restaurant after trying to accomplish a given dish at home. None the less, she enjoys food and what it says about the human experience. Tara is a full-time freelance writer and blogger. She specializes in writing about food, cooking and travel. You can find her in the kitchen, on the plane or at her computer.