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Feastly Holiday Gift Guide

‘Tis the season for frantic shopping! Have no fear…we’ve got a unique food-centric gift roundup for even the pickiest eaters or cooks on your list. The best part? Many products are sourced from our cities or from our talented Feastly chefs.

Last-Minute Gifts

Here’s looking at you, holiday procrastinators! We’re right there with you.

Feastly Gift Certificates

latitude-15-salmon-ramenWhat it isThe gift of experience! Your favorite Feaster receives meal credits, good for booking any of our culinary experiences.

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Food La La Workshops: Lindsay Kinder

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What it isFrench-trained chef currently running regular macaron-making workshops and special macaron-themed happy hours.

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 More Food-Lover Favorites

For when you’ve planned ahead.

The Lumpia Company: Alex Retodo, Eric Pascual, and Jeff Martinez

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What it is: Eclectic flavors of everyone’s favorite Filipino egg roll. Individually hand-rolled and fried, these crispy treats come in varieties like bacon cheeseburger and apple pie. Check back often for specials!

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Nomiku Immersion Circulator

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What it is: A clip-on appliance that turns the average pot of water into a sophisticated sous vide machine. The device keeps the water at a constant temperature, cooking your food to its ideal doneness for texture and flavor. No vacuum-sealer necessary.

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Finex Cast-Iron Cookware

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Photo credit: Finex

What it is: A Portland-based company that gave classic cast iron a modern makeover. The distinctive geometric shape is pouring-friendly, which means less spills and drips. The ergonomic stainless steel spring handle stays cool, allowing for easier handling.

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Baia Pasta: Dario Barbone and Renato Sardo

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What it isArtisan pasta crafted by two Bay Area-Italian transplants. They use only the highest quality ingredients and traditional methods to make small batches of durum wheat, spelt, and gluten-free varietals.

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Natty Cakes Baked Goods: Natalie Pearce

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What it is: A small bakery that operates out of Kitchener Oakland. The desserts use only local and sustainable ingredients–get occasion cakes, cookies, cupcakes, gluten-free items, and more.

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ChiliCali Indonesian Sauces: Siska Marcus

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What it is: Indonesian chef Siska has perfected and bottled four, amazingly flavorful cooking bases. Try all of them: galangal, turmeric, sambal, and candle nut-shallot. She also has recipes on her site!

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Olympia Provisions‘ Picnic Hamper

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Photo credit: Olympia Provisions

What it is: From Portland’s iconic king of charcuterie comes the gift set for your favorite, roving food-lover. Because who doesn’t love sausage and a blanket?

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Charapa Peruvian Sauces

What it is: Chef Leonardo Ramirez bottled two of his authentic Peruvian sauces — aji amarillo and rocoto. Put it on anything and everything.

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Jöne’s Gelato: Jöne Pan

strawberry-pint

Photo credit: Jones Gelato

What it is: Born from a classically-trained chef who went Paleo, this gelato appeals to all specialty diets. The vegan and diabetic-friendly treat comes in flavors like masala chai, strawberry, and roasted banana.

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RUM CRUMS Boozy Desserts: Meisha Donaldson

Photo by RUMS CRUMS

What it is: RUMS CRUMS turns cocktails into cakes! Chef Meisha Donaldson specializes in making liqueur-infused desserts from scratch, from Guiness bundts to Jamaican fruit and rum cake. Ask about the custom, holiday gift boxes!

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Prima Materia Wines: Pietro Butitta


prima-winesWhat it is
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An East Bay, small-batch winery and kitchen enterprise. They pride themselves on crafting wines that appeal to the modern taste using “Old World” methods.

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Feastly Private Events

1pxlb_feastly_space-image-1_imgl1366-1What it is: You choose the menu and we craft a completely custom event to meet your needs. The perfect gift for a food lover wanting a next-level experience.

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