The Ultimate Gift Guide for Foodies and Food Lovers

February 8, 2019

A new year means your friends, family, everyone you know has a birthday once again coming up. Not to mention the holidays that come up in the spring, and with the “age of food” being at an all-time high, there’s no better gift than something related to food. We take pictures of it and now you can gift food-inspired gifts to the foodies you know with these items all from YesStyle.

 

 

Don’t be fooled by this food, it’s actually not real, but in fact, these are food stickers you can get in a set of 28 from YesStyle. Featuring various intricate and delicately detailed traditional Asian dishes from ramen to bibimbap, this pack of stickers can be placed on laptops, phones or any other item you’d like to decorate. And because they’re so inexpensive, you might even get the dessert set of stickers from the site as well.



 

 Photo credit: yesstyle.com

 

No matter what season it is, socks are always an option. Not only are fun socks trendy and popular, but they’re also a great gift for men and women. These socks come with several different food prints and when bought in a pair you can mix and match for a quirkier look.

 

 Photo credit: yesstyle.com

 

 

And for the food lover you’re shopping to buy a gift for that enjoys spending time in the kitchen, there are these cute little magnets to decorate their refrigerator. With this set of magnets, there are little ice creams, toast, eggs, and if you search for the other sets this site offers, you’ll see they have other miniature foods that are just as adorable.


With YesStyle, there are tons of gift options for foodies and food lovers, from home accessories to clothing. At affordable prices, the options are endless with this site and will help in any future gift search.

 

Unless you have a lot of time to spare, don't start a book conversation with Maxine, because she can talk for hours. She's an avid reader, primarily contemporary romance, but every once in a while she'll pick up a suspenseful thriller. She's been writing since high school, mostly fiction, and thinking of characters and situations to put them in for as long as she can remember. Her motto is "everyone deserves love," and therefore her dream is to help push representation for different races, disorders, and disabilities in the romance genre.

 

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