5 Gifts for the Foodie in your Life

This is probably the last gift guide that I will be making for 2019. We've done the platters, the ones for the beauty conscious, the healthy gift, and the sustainable ones as well as a random gift guide for the ones who are a bit hard to give stuff to.


1. Wrapsody Nut 


This is one of the best, if not the best, Pili Nuts in town. Locally owned, these glazed pilinut and roasted pilinut is more than enough to satisfy even the picky eaters. Consistently invited to showcase their product all over SouthEast Asia, there is a reason why Koreans and other countries can't get enough of this local goody.


The Wrapsody is made from carefully selected pilinuts and then concocted meticulously to come up with this product. Eating this is truly an experience and one box is not enough to satisfy your cravings because it is so addicting.

This is manufactured in Daraga, Albay so when you purchase it from this page, you are also supporting local sellers.

2. Kraft Eden Cheese


Who doesn't like cheese? I love cheese. M loves cheese. B loves it too. We put it on our sandwiches, pasta, and even viands. The one thing I recently learned is that you can also put it on top of your leche flan to make it even creamier. GAH. So go ahead and gift a foodie friend with leche flan topped with Eden cheese to make things more special.

3. Gardenia Festive Bread


Yes, you read that right. Gardenia has a couple of surprises up their sleeve and this Holiday season, they came up with breads that fit the season. The Pineapple Walnut Loaf is perfect paired with lechon belly, the festival loaf with pasta, and the red velvet load becomes a dessert on its own.

When you can't think of something to gift someone special in your life because you may be on a tight budget, these bread from Gardenia are more than enough to show you care without breaking the bank.

4. Goya Chocolatey Goodness


Whoever said that local chocolates are not good enough have not tried Goya. I am addicted to ZAP and Take It, while my little sister loves the dark chocolate. It's something that I give out to B's classmates and they look forward to getting it yearly.

The Goya Chocolate Spread is also a welcome treat because you get to indulge while not spending too much. It's comfort food when you're having a lousy day or when you simply want to treat yourself because you did a job well done. 

5. Maya Kitchen


You can also give these different packages from MAYA Kitchen for the person in your life who loves to cook or even better, grab these and make something for the foodie in your life. This will be extra special and definitely a welcome treat unless you end up giving them a stomach ache. Haha.


Whatever it is that you choose to give, always make it a point to choose something that means something to the person you are giving it too and make sure that it comes from the heart. Nothing is better than love and time but little tokens are also appreciated and loved. 

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