Food lovers in Toronto are easy to treat thanks to the abundance of sweets, ceramics, kitchenware and cookbooks in stock this holiday season. For those who like to cook or those who just like to eat, this wish list has a little something for everyone.
Here are 10 holiday gift ideas for the Toronto food lover on your list.
Streetcar Butter Dish
Apparently there's a butter shortage this holiday season, so protect yours with this ceramic dish modelled after the city's iconic streetcars from Toronto designer Ian Vandenberg. Find it at The Drake General Store for $80.
Who wouldn't want these party animals at your next tea party. Available from Whimworks at the Union Station Holiday Market.
Twelve delicious layers of chocolate, caramel, and toffee symbolizing tree rings are formed around a roasted macadamia nut in this nostalgic sweet made by SOMA.
Oat Box Cereal Co. is a subscription service out of Montreal that starts mornings right with a constant supply of breakfast mixes delivered each month. Two packs of cereal with a jar and festive wrapping can be purchased online for $25.
Toronto-made utility knives, honesuki knives, paring knives and more are crafted from local woods and honed metals. Contact Helve Haft & Handle Knives directly for purchase.
CXBO stands for Chocolates by Brandon Olsen and the beautiful confections come in flavours like raspberry rose fennel, orange blossom honey, and milk chocolate sherry. His shop isn't open yet but you can buy boxes online for $18 and up.
Saucy Lapel Pins
This enamelled Sriracha lapel pin from Lil Bullies is a sparkling way to share your love of hot sauce this holiday season. Buy online at Philistine Toronto for $12.
Goodness: Recipes & Stories
This cookbook from the Neal Brothers celebrates 37 chefs, entrepreneurs, growers, and food activists from across Canada who triumph accessibility to good, healthy food for all. Available on Amazon for $25.73.
Gunny sugar plums, gingerbread men and snowmen from Sullivan & Bleeker Baking Co. are gift packed and ready at select Indigo stores for $15.50.
Toronto's Swell Made Co. is an excellent source for food-themed gift cards and gold foiled art prints that food lovers can relate to. But first, Coffee would look great hung in any kitchen or breakfast nook and can be bought for $28 online.
Thanks to Stella Artois for sponsoring our 2015 gift guide. The Stella Artois Holiday 750 ml bottle is the perfect gift to celebrate the Holiday season.
What did I miss? Add more gift ideas to the comments.
by Liora Ipsum via blogTO
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