From tools to multicourse dinners, keep the foodies in your life happy with an assortment of gifts for every price level.
Alice Lim and her daughters are taking a local approach to fresh-smelling products such as the cinnamon coffee bar that helps get rid of garlicky smells. $5.50 or three for $10, select holiday markets, email@example.com
Enjoy bites from some of the citys hottest eateries, jazz, a ballet performance and, of course, loads of sweet desserts with proceeds benefiting the Battered Women and Childrens Shelter of SA. $50 for adults, $25 for teens 13-17, free for kids 12 and younger, nutcrackersweetssa.org
Creator Lori Krieger struck mustardy gold with her locally made spread that helps jazz up pulled pork, hot dogs or whatever else needs a sweet kick. $7.50, 405 Old U.S. 90 W., Castroville, tasteelevatedshop.com
Let your pooch enjoy a delicious Beastly Feast this Hanukkah or Christmas with these small-batch, all-natural snacks. $15 for chicken and turkey, $20 for turducken, katiesjar.squarespace.com
Listen, we cant pick a favorite. But if youre gifting beans to a hardcore coffee fan, go with locally roasted and bagged beans from Merit Roasting, Brown Coffee Co., Mildfire, White Elephant or Rosella. Prices vary, locations vary.
Led by food writer Julia Celeste, the barbecue version of this tour features seven hours of Texas cue, transportation and hopefully Tums. $250 per person, foodchicktours.com
Use these Chican@-inspired tiles as coasters or hang them up on a perch in your kitchen. $7 each or four for $20, find them at Brick Market Place, 108 Blue Star, verythat.com
For your Nawlins obsessed friend who has a big ol crush on Besh, or your foodie pal who makes a mean gumbo. $25, The Twig Book Shop, 306 Pearl Pkwy., Suite 106, (210) 826-6411, thetwig.com
Any real cookbook nut needs this history-rich ode to all things enchiladas. $39.95, The Twig Book Shop, 306 Pearl Pkwy., Suite 106, (210) 826-6411, thetwig.com
History buffs and food lovers can enjoy this menu that tackles native Mexican ingredients (cacao, chiles, corn, tomatoes, vanilla) along with new flavors brought over to the New World such as livestock and dairy from Spain to Tenochtitlan. $95 per person, Mixtli, 5251 McCullough Ave., restaurantmixtli.com