Green Holiday Gift Guide

Eve Fox (Courtesy Photo)

Anastacia Marx de Salcedo of Slow Food Boston told us what foodies don’t want this holiday season. But what about the gifts people dream about? 

Eve Fox, the fantastic blogger behind The Garden of Eating Blog, recently relocated back to the Northeast and, luckily, she didn’t leave her Berkeley-bred gift-giving guide behind. It’s one of my favorites, and this year there are three installments. First, Fox goes through her favorite books for foodies, next comes gadgets, and finally–food! (naturally).

Take a look and feel free to add your own suggestions.   We could all use some foodie wisdom this time of year.

The Garden of Eating Gift Guide

Part I: For Book Lovers
Part II: Gadgets, Gear, and Gee-Gaws
Part III: Food Glorious Food

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