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- Hello and welcome to my winter wonderland. Today you are in my Christmas corner, 'cause I'm going to do a foodie stocking stuffer haul. For all of your friends and family or anyone in your life who is a foodie, here are a few ideas for their stocking. Alright, I have my stocking stuffed with things. Let's go through it. The first thing I picked up that I thought would be really cute are these spout pourers. Now an average person would use these for alcohol, which is, they're super cute. I've got a gold, a bronze, and a silver. But what I like to do is I empty out alcohol containers and then I refill them with olive oil, and I keep those in my kitchen. So I've got one in my kitchen and one in my set, and I use these and it makes cooking really awesome and easy and these are super-cute. So these are just from a cocktail shop here in Toronto, but you can find them just about anywhere. Onto the next one, another great one for a culinary foodie are these little measuring guys. Now they're just aluminum or tin. I get them at the dollar store. Super-easy, but what I love about them is that if you're in the kitchen and you've got different salts that you like using, sometimes I like a flaked salt, sometimes I like a coarse salt. It's kinda nice to have that out in your kitchen and you can just quickly, you know, do the old Jamie Oliver, feel like a pro. Anyway, these are great. I think they're an awesome stocking stuffer, and they're cheap. Next up, jink, Jelly Bellies. Get a load of these flavors, eggnog, bam, candy cane, double bam, pumpkin pie, cranberry sauce, and hot chocolate, all in jelly bean form. I thought these were adorable, Christmas-themed, which is so cute. These are perfect for a foodie. Next up, so this is a set of pins. They're just something that you can pin on a bag or on overalls or on a leather jacket. They're cute, they came in a set of four, and what I was thinking of doing is I split them all up and I attach them to just cute little pieces of square paper, and I divvy them up between all the different stockings, so all the ladies in my family, or guys who wear pins, can enjoy little foodie pins. Next up, everybody loves a Popin' Cookin'. I thought this was such a good stocking stuffer idea. So if you don't know, these are traditionally Japanese-made, although there is an American company who does them. They come in powder form and they're candy, and you add a little bit of water. There's directions inside. And you make candy sushi out of powder. It's such a good time, it's so much fun. Alright, next up, really cute little Christmas-themed spatulas. I thought that would be a lovely little gift. Again, really cheap. Next up, this one I'm really excited to promote. This is my girl Katie Q, and she wrote a cookbook, and every single recipe in here is avocados. So this one I imagine getting for my friend Frankie, who is also here on Tastemade very often. How cool is this? So for somebody who travels, Frankie is always traveling from LA to New York and all over the world, I thought this would be perfect. So it's a little cocktail kit, and it comes with all the ingredients necessary to make a hot toddy. So you have to order and buy the alcohol, and then I think all you have to order is hot water. And then everything is in here, so it's got ginger syrup, cinnamon sticks, lemon packets, a little spoon, and a little coaster. And what a way to make traveling a little more enjoyable, because traveling around the holidays can be kind of a bummer. For this next one, I was actually thinking of my girl Jen, 'cause she's obsessed with these. Jen, the lovely woman here on Tastemade, as well. I thought she would love these. Hint hint to her friends and family. You should put these in her stocking. She loves this salt and I am now obsessed with it equally. This one is really cute. I saw this at a tea store, and I'm such a sucker for Christmas packaging. Anyway, I thought a little kind of personalized box with some tea in it that they can enjoy on Christmas morning would be really nice. Okay, this is for a little bit more of a gourmet foodie. This is fancy honey, and I feel like if you're a culinary type foodie, where you're really into expensive bougie flavors , you might like this. This one is some candy coal. I don't know, I saw it and I bought it, 'cause I was like, everybody, that's a great joke, it's coal. I think this is the last one. This is a bit fancier and it's a little bit pricier, but I thought I'd put it out there for you guys to inspire some ideas. These are coasters. I thought any coasters would do. The reason I liked these ones is that they are petrified wood. So they're really beautiful, they have felt on the bottoms. I think they just go with anybody's aesthetic 'cause they're so pretty. And that is it for my foodie stocking stuffer haul. Did I miss anything? Do you guys have any ideas? Send them at me, you can write them down below. I hope you enjoyed this video. Thank you so much for watching, and I'll see you next time, bye!