Gift Guide for the Kansas City Foodie

Kansas City Gift Guide
Chances are, you have someone on your holiday shopping list who’s a big-time food enthusiast. Whether you’re buying for the home chef or aspiring bartender, this list of local food and drink favorites have you covered.

  1. Tyler Kingston Acacia Wood Cutting Board, $25 
    A stylish cutting board? Yes, please! Your foodie friend will be cutting and chopping in style.
  2. Boulevard Brewing Beer Bread Kit, $12.95
    Kansas City’s favorite brewery and our favorite choice of carb. Can you say “add to cart”?
  3. Tyler Kingston Vintage Inspired Pour Over Coffee Stand, $59
    If you have a serious coffee snob on your holiday gift list, they’ll love this oh-so-chic pour over coffee stand from Tyler Kingston.
  4. Golden & Pine Bar Set, $62
    Give a gift that will absolutely go to good use this season. This bar set is practically screaming for a drink.
  5. Thou Mayest Alter Ego Coffee, $17.50
    The perfect pairing for the (above) Tyler Kingston Pour Over Coffee Stand, this bag of beans is a holiday win for the coffee-lover in your life.
  6. The Last Bite cookbook, $19.95
    If you have a serious foodie on your list, they’ll be thrilled to get this local cookbook filled with 100 recipes from Kansas City chefs and James Beard award winners.
  7. Kansas City Canning Co. Small Batch Favorites, $30
    Spreadable deliciousness is our jam – especially this four pack from Kansas City Canning Co., featuring: 7-Pepper Jelly, Clementine-Thyme Marmalade, Balsamic Pickled Grapes, and Ancho Date Butter.
  8. Christopher Elbow Gourmet Holiday Collection, $38
    Not sure what to get the sweet tooth in your life? Christopher Elbow comes to the rescue with this stunning 16-piece truffle assortment, featuring a personal favorite – Spiced Caramel Apple.
  9. Easy Tiger Co. Cocktail Shaker, $40
    Shake things up this holiday season with this gold cocktail shaker from Easy Tiger. Pro tip: This gift will certainly come in handy for the hostess in your life.
  10. Easy Tiger Co. Brunch Lady Tray, $30
    This is not your traditional lunch tray – which is why this adorable dusty pink tray makes such a unique gift. Breakfast in bed (should be) included.

Which gifts will you be getting for your foodie friend? Let me know in the comments below!

This post is sponsored by, and created in partnership with, CommunityAmerica Credit Union – but all opinions are my own. Check out CommunityAmerica’s blog for more budget-friendly dining tips. And thanks for supporting the brands that make Out to Eat the best blog it can be!

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