GIFT GUIDE: Straight Up Food Gifts for Foodies!

So we had a cookbook gift guide, and a gadget gift guide, and now we get to the cream of the crop – the food gift guide.  Because what do foodies like more than, well, food?  Here’s a roundup of the best edible gifts at every price point for any of your favorite foodie friends (or you can treat yourself).  FYI: If anyone out there is looking to get me a Christmas present, feel free to choose one or more items on this list!

Macaron Parlour’s Box of 12 French Macarons, $28.  The macaron craze has hit NYC hard – give someone these adorable treats

Shake Shack Gift Card.  You’re basically giving the amazing gift of burgers.

Beurre and Sel World Peace Cookies, $14.  Dorie Greenspan’s popular cookie shop finally has an online store – get the World Peace Cookies, named because these cookies could definitely settle world peace.

Dylan’s Candy Bar Signature Mix, $15.  A mix of classic childhood favorites such as Starbursts and Jolly Ranchers – head to the website to choose a different mix or create your own.

Momofuku Cooking Sauces, $16.95-$29.  So your friends can make their own (and invite you over for dinner).

Babycakes Vanilla Cake Mix with Vanilla Frosting, $25.  Make Babycakes’ popular treats without having to run to Whole Foods and pick up all those white sugar-free, gluten-free ingredients.

Coolhaus Ice Cream Sandwich (or Pint) of the Month Club, $29 for 3 months.  It’s fun to visit the truck, but it’s even more fun to get it delivered to your door.

Lot18’s Holiday Six Pack, $120.  Includes one white, three reds, and two sparkling – perfect for a hostess gift!

Katz’s Delicatessen Gift Card.  Give someone enough for a couple pastrami sandwiches and you can’t fail with this.

The Filling Station Brooklyn Pilsner 64 oz. Growler, $10.95.  Choose from a variety of beers and growler sizes and get a discount when you refill your growler!

Brooklyn Salsa Company Holiday 6 Pack, $40.  Six of Brooklyn Salsa’s delicious salsas that would work at any party.

Murray’s Cheese Cheesemonger’s Choice Cheese Crate, $65.  Who wouldn’t want a crate full of cheese?