- 1 can crab meat
- Light Miracle Whip
- Celery, chopped
- Carrots, chopped
- Old Bay seasoning (Definitely typed up “Old Spice” at first and realized my mistake when I went to link to the company’s website. Deodorant in crab salad? No thanks.)
Two bell peppers worth of pepper slices…
And roasted red pepper hummus for dippin’!
Random, but it did the trick!
Now for some holiday shopping F-U-N.
Holiday Gift for Those Who Love Food, Cooking and Baking
I recently received an email from a reader requesting holiday gift ideas for her sister who is a foodie and loves to spend hours in the kitchen, cooking up amazing meals and baking delicious goodies.
This request sparked a light bulb in my head and idea after idea began rushing in. Here are my top gift ideas for those people in your life who love food and spending an inordinate amount of time in the kitchen, reading food-related blogs and flipping through cookbooks… you know, like you do! 😀
- Monogrammed mugs from Anthropologie:
(Ryan and I received “J ” and “R” versions of these mugs at my bridal shower and use them all the time for hot cocoa, tea and even in lieu of bowls for oatmeal, ice cream and cereal.)
- Retro Christmas plates by Rosanna:
(I purchased these on sale through RueLaLa two weeks ago and love them!)
(Other adorable versions include Keep Calm and Drink Coffee, Keep Calm and Drink Wine, etc. TheLobsterPot will also make custom prints.)
- ’50s-Style Aprons by Jessie Steele:
- Silpat non-stick baking mat:
(I received this as a gift from my friend Merri and use it every single time I make cookies. It’s phenomenal!)
- Cooking Light Slow Cooker cookbook:
(Only $10.39 on Overstock.com!)
- Gift certificate to a local cooking class:
- Food-related magazine subscription (Cooking Light, Clean Eating, Food Network Magazine, etc.):
Which of these gifts would you most like to receive?
If I didn’t already have it, I know I’d be lusting after the wishbone necklace. 😀