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Dec 4, 2012 12:48 PM

Food Gifts (not homemade)

I'd like to give some of my foodie family members some edible gifts this holiday season, but I am skeptical of the quality. Particularly for things like salumi and other meat gifts. Like this for instance.

I am wondering what food gifts fellow foodies have given and received. What was good? What was bad? What sites/companies do you trust?

Last year, I got my mom a collection of cheese from DiBruno and that worked out well - but I'd like to branch out. Thanks!

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  1. Vosges chocolate. They also have some baking mixes and nut assortments. But the chocolate, oh the chocolate.

    Also this was part of TheKItchn's holiday giveaway but thought it looked like a nice gift, albeit a little on the pricey side

    They also featured this cured meats subscription and I would be very pleased with that and the price seemed to be very good.