While plenty of my last year’s gift ideas are still great, here are a few fresh ones for all your giving needs, ranging from big to small.
NY Times writer Alison Roman, just released her second cookbook focusing on unexpected entertaining and easier recipes.
Locally crafted in California, this olive oil has no additives or fillers and is wrapped up in a beautiful, minimalist bottle.
All-natural with zero sugar, this pure sparkling water includes 20MG of hemp-extract – just enough to calm you down.
This is such a fun gift. You can get any face (I chose my cat Stella, but people work too) printed on an oven mitt. Use code COOKINGWITHCOCKTAILRINGS for 20% off.
Educate yourself on everything to do with your favorite wines from tasting notes to varietals. You are sure to become an expert in no time.
This fun kitchen gadget infuses smoke into whatever you want – play around with adding smoke to an old fashioned cocktail, fruit or vegetables.
I am a big fan of Yeti products (I have a cooler and the hopper from them) but this one might just be my favorite. It was recommended to me by Serena Wolf (the dude diet), and it helps to keep my coffee hot or my wine chilled.
These metal straws are cute and a great alternative to plastic or paper straws that immediately disintegrate.
You can’t go wrong with a candle – as long as it smells good (this one does!), then it’s really a one-size-fits-all gift.
Created by the National Parks Project, a portion of the profit from these minimalist playing cards goes towards supporting the National Parks Conservation Association.
Not only does it have great branding, but you can drink it straight when poured over a large ice-cube or mixed with other liquors for a flavorful cocktail.
I love when bars have games to play while you drink and this grownup version of one of my childhood favorites will bring on a whole lot of nostalgia in the comfort of your own home.
This is a great stocking stuffer (it’s only $13 on Amazon Prime!). Store it in the freezer and use as needed to de-puff and chill your face. It works wonders for holiday party hangovers too.
I received one from FabFitFun and it is my favorite! The silk is so soft on the eyes.
This blanket is made in Peru and is soft enough for cuddling up on the couch for a lazy Sunday.
When you buy this ring, you are not only supporting a female owned small business, but an incredibly talented close friend (she designed my engagement and wedding rings among other things for me!).
This cashmere company is sustainable, and their products are so cozy. Go for the matching cashmere pants and hooded sweatshirt and you will never want to change out of them.
This is my favorite mask for when my skin is feeling parched. I’ve been trying to focus more on clean beauty and this mask is made with only a few simple ingredients including Vitamins E & C (sometimes I sleep with it on for extra moisture).
There is no better way to get excited about your next trip (or daydream about taking one) than by looking at the gorgeous photos taken by one of my favorite photographers, Gray Malin. This book is perfect for displaying on your coffee table.
These glasses block the blue light and help to protect your eyes from computers/ phones/ watching movies on planes from 5-inches away. I have the “Faraday” model.
This jacket is warm enough to withstand low temperatures and cozy enough for lounging around the house.
Never lose your bag again with this chic luggage tag that comes in several options ranging from hot dogs to coffee cups.
Get more ideas here