A Podcast Inspired Gift Guide, Pt. II
This year, we teamed up with our friends and officemates at Campfire & Co. to steer our readers in the right direction for holiday gift-giving!
The Campfire crew has turned us on to a few of our favorite podcasts, including Girl Boss Radio and The Sporkful, so this year's gift guide is all about what your friends are listening to. Head over to the Campfire & Co blog for Part I, where you'll find the perfect gifties for all the kweens and baes in your life.
And if your pals are the type who regularly blow their budgets on burrata, check out these food-podcast-related suggestions!
For the friend who listens to The Sporkful
For the Unpretentious Eater:
Dang! That’s Hot Chimichurrious - $9 (local)
Some like it hot, and for them, there’s this small-batch riff on the classic chimichurri, available at Bizarre Market.
Thoughtful storytelling meets practical, everyday recipes in this gorgeous, transporting cookbook that’s much more than a cookbook.
Butternut Press Serving Pieces - $40-80 (local)
- Available at the South of the James Farmers Market and online, these hand-crafted beauties are ideal for hosting a dinner party for all of your like-bellied friends.
For the friend who listens to Radio Cherry Bombe
For the Foodie Fatale:
“Hail Saison” T-Shirt - $19 (local)
If your best bud lives for a nitro cold brew and fried chicken biscuit from Saison Market, help her wear her heart on her sleeve, er chest, with a rad t-shirt from Saison, available in a variety of fits and sizes.
Sub Rosa Bakery’s Freshly-Milled Einkorn Flour - $5/lb with a $.40 bag deposit (local)
It’s no wonder that Einkorn is the grain of the year. Meaning “first corn” or “first grain,” Einkorn is an ancient whole wheat grain that mills very fine, resulting in a pleasant texture that works beautifully in everything from scones to fresh pasta. Call ahead to reserve your own charming linen Sub Rosa Bakery bag of the good stuff.
Scizza - $29.95
- You never knew anyone needed pizza scissors, but yeah, we all do.
For the friend who listens to Gravy
For the Locavore:
804ork vol. 2, Back for Seconds - $45 (local)
They’re doing the good work of improving access to healthy food for all Richmond residents, and your locavore buddy is really into that kind of thing.