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I'm looking for something unusual to give for Christmas to friends in distant locations. Anyone have any good ideas? Not too expensive; not the "fruitcakes", please!!

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  1. Where are you located? You could give a sampler of some fun foods your area is known for. Like Tasty Cakes from Philly.

    1. I don't know about the shipping & handling on this but someone in our office just got this tea assortment for Chanukah if you know anyone who loves tea:

      http://www.qvc.com/qic/qvcapp.aspx?vi...

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        1. http://www.gethsemanifarms.org/

          The cheeses from this group of Trappist monks are delicious. I'm familiar with the mild, smoked, and aged. All very good. The boozey fudge is good, too.

          I once received a package of Penzey's spices in the mail and enjoyed it so much that I give that to those I think will like it, too.

          http://www.penzeys.com/cgi-bin/penzey...

          1. 1) Royal Riviera pears from Harry & David. 2) Almond macaroons from Fralinger's, 3) Chocolate-covered black walnuts from Hammon's. 4) See's chocolates. All perfection.