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2017 Gifts For The Foodie

It is time for our annual Holiday Gift guide! Starting off, we have curated some of the best, most unique gastronomic options for The Foodie. As with all our gift guides we try to bring you stuff that is unique, functional and distinct, a little bit different, and positively delicious. So hopefully, youŽll find something for the foodie in your life.

Check out the list of products here




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HOMPING GRILL

The award-winning Homping Grill gives you the same BBQ flavor of charcoal but without the black smoke and harmful carcinogens. The portable grill is packed with cutting edge technology that makes it nearly smokeless(95% less smoke than traditional grills), it features an integrated fan and a special ignition gel to heat the charcoal up to 400 degrees within 2 to 3 minutes! The fan dial can be adjusted to increase or decrease cooking heat. The grill includes 3 change...
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FERRARI UNDER THE SKIN

Ferrari lovers rejoice, renown book publisher Pahidon and The Design Museum have just released a new book celebrating one of the world’s most iconic and desirable car brands. Ferrari: Under the Skin is an in-depth exploration of Ferrari - the man, company, cars, and clientele, showcasing over 200 illustrations and photographs in an appropriately sexy package. It features rarely seen material, including personal ephemera, technical drawings, master models and strikin...
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ALLIGATOR BLOOD

Alligator Blood tells the spectacular rise and fall of the high-rolling whiz-kid who controlled online pokers billions. The newly released book tells the incredible story of Daniel Tzvetkoff, a 26-year-old Australian who set up an online payment service to disguise gambling revenues as legal payments. His website made him one of the richest people in Australia almost overnight, he struck deals with three major poker websites and in a matter of months Tzvetkoff was e...
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