5 Last Minute Gifts for The Food Fan

Because who has the time to shop anymore?



Planning to get something extra special for the food fan in your life, but don't quite have the time to find the perfect present? We've got a great list of cool, easy-to-find presents that'll impress even the most hardcore of food nerds. Take a peek and see if anything catches your eye:




Tiptree Strawberry & Champagne Conserve by Wilkins & Sons Ltd.

Nothing says celebration quite like Champagne. Since the real deal is a bit of a wallet burner, Tiptree's celebratory Strawberry & Champagne Conserve might just do the trick. It doesn't hurt that the jar also features the Royal Warrant of Appointment from Queen Elizabeth herself! How's that for a right royal treat?


available at Robinsons Selections Supermarket



Quirky Food Magnets 

Who doesn't love a good pun? Give your beloved food fan a good chuckle with these adorable fridge magnets, so they can plaster their favorite food puns all over the kitchen.

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available at Typo



The Newest Issue of Lucky Peach

Every good food nerd is obsessed with Lucky Peach, the quarterly food magazine founded and co-edited by Momofuku mastermind David Chang. This unusual mag is chockfull of interviews, articles and art by some of the brightest creative minds in food today. It also doesn't hurt that you can easily find it in most bookstores, and that it costs a fraction of a cookbook.



available at National Bookstore and Fully Booked



Sticky Toffee and Apple Sponge Pudding by Heston from Waitrose 

If you're going to give something to a food geek, it might as well be something concocted by the king of all food geeks himself, Heston Blumenthal. This classically British treat is a rich, indulgent way to cap off Christmas dinner, and it will have your foodie buddy squealing with delight.


available at Rustan's Marketplace



5 Make-Your-Own Food Kits

Nothing delights a food nerd more than the chance to make something entirely from scratch, so why not give them the opportunity to make their own yogurt, ice cream, or even tofu! If you're lucky, they'll probably let you try the fruits of their labor.


available at Rustan's Marketplace and Rustan's Fresh Supermarket



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