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Zoo PopsHanukkah is well underway but perhaps, like me, you’ll be relying on Amazon Prime for the last tchotchkes of the holiday. Or perhaps, also like me, you were so caught up in Hanukkah that you haven’t even started Christmas shopping. It might even be that, um, yet again, like me, you leave all holiday shopping to the last minute. Or maybe you just want more: more gifts, more shopping, more browsing, more holiday inspiration.

No matter what your situation, there’s still time, and I’ve got fresh inspiration for all the foodies in your life. Check out these great gift guides especially curated for food-loving folks, young, old and in between.

2010 Babble Gift Guide
Of course, we begin with the 2010 Babble Gift Guide. This is one of the most comprehensive family-oriented gift guides around. Searchable across multiple categories (gift price, age and category), this guide makes it super easy to find what you need. And, of course, there’s a “food” category.

Oh Joy! Sweet Treats
This irresistible blog often features products at the intersection of great food and fab design. The sweet spot! Lucky for you, they just published a Sweet Treats Gift Guide.

Tree Hugger Foodie Gift Guide
This Tree Hugger Gift Guide is the place to go for all your eco-conscious food finds. And don’t expect everything to be hippie dippie. There is a seriously well curated list for even the most sophisticated, design conscious food lover.

2010 One Hungry Mama Holiday Gift Guide
My very own 2010 One Hungry Mama Gift Guide is the ultimate one-stop-shop for anyone buying foodie gifts for both kids and grownups. With edible gifts from plantain filled chocolates to red chili sea salt, a super realistic play grocery cart, a mini-pie maker and oh-so-much-more, you can’t afford not to take a peek!

Happy shopping!

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