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Food for thought: eight great edible Christmas presents

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Powered by Guardian.co.ukThis article titled “Food for thought: eight great edible Christmas presents” was written by , for theguardian.com on Tuesday 18th December 2018 13.00 UTC

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Truffle & Honey Stilton

All dressed up in a striking ceramic jar, Fortnum & Mason’s famous blue stilton gets a grandiose twist with heady truffle honey. Great to get, hard to give away. Truffle & Honey Stilton, 100g, £14.95, fortnumandmason.com

Star baker

Cinnamon stars

Cinnamon-laced spiced almond biscuits with toasted meringue icing – AKA Christmas crack. Cinnamon star cookies, £6.50, konditorandcook.com

Well bread

Food Brickhouse

The mother of all baking gifts, Brick House’s sourdough starter set kicks off their carb-loading career with a sourdough mother, cane banneton, organic flour, dough scraper and instruction booklet. Standard sourdough baking kit, £45, brickhousebread.com

Give a fig

Food FigBalsamicDaylesford

Addictive organic apple, fig and balsamic chutney. Likes blue cheese, Gloucester ham and long walks on the beach. Fig and balsamic chutney, £6.99, daylesford.com

Block-a-choc

Chocolates

Award-winning chocolatier Paul A Young is renowned for his Christmassy choccy mash-ups (try the ludicrously decadent fudge brownie mince pies), and these filled chocolate boxes make for a splendid seasonal sweet treat – featuring ferociously festive flavours such as mulled wine; gold, frankincense and myrrh; and cranberry and goose fat caramel. Filled chocolate boxes, from £7 for four, paulayoung.co.uk (for orders outside of London, call 020 7437 0011)

Upper crustacean

Oil

A fabulously fishy olive oil in a snazzy rose-gold bottle, perfect for seafood salads, risotto, pasta, grilled fish, or pouring straight down your throat. Savor & Sens Très Or Olive Oil With Lobster, £13.95, harveynichols.com

Bittersweet booze

Mr Black Cold Press Coffee Liqueur

For when only an espresso martini will do. Mr Black’s cold brew coffee liqueur is handmade from top-grade arabica coffees and Australian wheat vodka, all served up in a cool graphic bottle. Mr Black Cold Brew Coffee Liqueur, £30, ocado.com

Jamón hamper

Food Brindisa

Brindisa’s box of delights packs in a proper foodie fiesta of traditional Spanish fine wines, cheeses, jamóns and sweet treats. Buen provecho. 30 Years Basket, £150, brindisa.com

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