Know a person who loves to cook? Or maybe just loves to eat? They would love our selection of kitchen tools, gourmet and local treats, cookbooks and kits. Make it on over here and buy it for them before they get it for themselves!
Cheese Crafting Kits by Urban Cheesecraft, $16-35
Amanda MT: Making cheese is a unique experience most foodies have probably never had- its fun, easy and so satisfyingly delicious.
Brew Bread by Soberdough, $12
Neal: Bread and beer go hand-in-hand, it makes sense to mix the two together. Pour, stir, bake and eat.
Pizza Veggies Print by Artfood Collective, $25
Mark: There is no such thing as a foodie who doesn’t love pizza.
Classic Lime Margarita Mix by Hoosier Mama, $10
Anna: A night in with tacos and margs. Dinner at the foodie’s place!
Driftless Magazine, $20
Hayley: Not only do these magazines feature incredible photography, they also feature wonderful scrumptious recipes, restaurants to visit, and coffee shops to seek out.
Hoosier Harvest Cookbook by Farm Indiana, $24.99
Amanda D: Let the foodie try their hand at this collection of recipes from Indiana chefs, farmers, artisans and food writers.
Tasting Notes for Cheese by Yonder Bound, $8
Megan: If you’re a foodie you know there ain’t just yellow cheddar or white cheddar, help them keep track of their favorites with this handy notebook.
Large Wooden Bowl by Dickenson Woodworking, $80
Grace: What foodie wouldn’t appreciate a hand-turned wood bowl? I know a few who wood (Op! There I go again with the bad jokes!).
Recipe Cards by Lacelit, $12
Alayna: Because a foodie is probably always asked for their best recipes.
Cheese Board by Sarahmics, $48
Claire: I think the word “foodie” means you automatically own a cheese board. This one is so different! So foodie! Wait, that doesn’t make sense.
Sweet & Spicy Pecans by Newfangled Confections, $7
Lee: The perfect treat for the high-brow snacker.