Sunday, November 3, 2013
Holiday Gift Guide: Gift Ideas for your Foodie Friend
You must have a foodie friend. Or you're a foodie yourself(ehem). Take your friend with you to any of this fun food activities and satisfy that palate and taste for adventure. They are great gift idea not only this Christmas but year round. It's time you put an end to buying restaurant gift cards to give as a gift.
full price $71.50, discount price $42.90, purchase here
Visit Koreatown, Little Armenia and Thai Town while learning about historic
architecture and East Hollywood life while walking and riding the Metro through
vibrant neighborhoods. The four-hour tour includes food and drink tastings, fare for
the city bus rides and insightful commentary from your informative tour guide.
full price $59, discount price $29, purchase here
Four-hour guided tour through Old Towne Orange.
See railroad depot, breakfast treat at Ruby's Streamliner Lounge, introduction to the town that was
once home to Sunkist. See Villa Park Packing House, Orange Home Grown Farmer's
& Artisans Market, attend a cooking demonstration. Visit behind-the-scenes at the famed
Chapman University Film School.
full price $50, discount price $25 for two, purchase here
A pot of tea, an appetizer of tomato soup or salad, a three-tiered rack of four
half-sandwiches, a scone with homemade cream and jam, a cookie, and a slice
of cake, as well as a celebratory Mauritius tea float.
full price $75, discount price $45, purchase here
Cooking class catering to all skill levels and ranging from gourmet pizza, pasta
and bread-making to Cuban, Indian, Thai, Italian cuisine, and much more. A
delightful lunch or dinner party, with the occasional wine pairing, caps off
the class in style.
full price $65, discount price $39, purchase here
Five-hour tour via a comfortable 15-passenger shuttle bus
to East and Central L.A., with stops for tastings at three destinations.
You'll also be led through the inner workings of one brewery as
your guide shares the brewing process from grain to gut.
full price $90, discount price $49.50, purchase here
Two-hour sushi-making classes teach the fundamentals of the craft and how
to make five rolls and a salad; pupils also enjoy beer or sake.
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