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Wednesday 15 December 2010

All I Want For Christmas: Alex E

What does a foodie want for Christmas? If they're anything like me, this collection of goodies will keep them happy well into the New Year.

Under £10 - I couldn't get enough of Kate Jenkins' exhibition of knitted food earlier this year, so this crocheted radish keyring is the perfect stocking filler for me. Useful, cute and crafty (without me having to wrestle with wool & needles). There are several different vege varieties and they cost £10 from the V&A shop.

Under £25 - I'm a messy cook, a very messy cook, and I have an ever growing collection of aprons. This Battersea power station design by Snowden Flood is a bit different though, and I love it. No frills, cupcakes or polka dots here, just a funky modern print of the iconic building.
The apron costs £17.50 from Hidden Art.

Under £50 - Cheese is fantastic. Fact. So what better Christmas gift than this "I Love Cheese" Board from British Fine Foods? The set comes complete with cutesy heart-shaped cheeses, lavender oatmeal biscuits and a slate board to write loving messages on. Or to scrawl abuse at the housemate who ate the last of your Vintage Organic Godminster Cheddar. Whichever you prefer.
£39.90 from British Fine Foods.

Under £100 - We loved Artisan du Chocolat at Easter, and we still love them now it's Christmas. Their Indulgence hamper is packed with over a kilo of the finest chocolate - from their legendary liquid salted caramels, to bars, truffles and nougatine. Heaven in a handbasket.
£90 from Artisan du Chocolat.

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