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Valentine's Day Gift for Foodies
February 14th is just around the corner, and we've got a few gift ides to help show that someone special just how much you care.
Valentine LINDOR Truffles Hearts 8 oz Gift Bag
Chocolates are one of the traditional gifts on Valentine's Day (don't forget the flowers!), and these Lindor truffle hearts are one of our favorites. They are the perfect treat for everyone!
Glass Bowl with Personalized M&Ms
If you want a new take on the traditional chocolate we recommend personalized M&Ms. Create your own message and choose your colors. This set even comes with it's own glass candy bowl.
Wilton 9-in. Nonstick Excelle Elite Heart-Shaped Springform Pan
Feel like cooking up a special treat? You can use this pan to make sure that cheesecake is shaped like a heart for your sweetheart. This design is nonstick so you won't end up with a broken heart. The pan is made of heavy-duty steel so there's no warping even through years of use, and it comes with 10-year warranty.
Norpro Nonstick Heart-Shaped Pancake Molds
A very charming way to greet your Valentine first thing in the morning -- breakfast in bed with crisp linens, a bouquet of flowers and homemade hotcakes in the shape of hearts! Creating them is simple, especially with this handy mold. For using, first spray the ring with cooking oil and place on a seasoned griddle. Carefully pour your batter in and cook. Your heart-shaped hot cakes will pop out nicely, ready to be decorated with fresh fruit, butter and syrup.
Champagne Collection by Artisanal Premium Cheese
Don't forget the bubbly! Champagne always signals a celebration and pairing it with cheese is a great way to start a night with the one you love. A truly successful champagne and cheese pairing is a match made in heaven, heightening the experience of both the champagne and the cheese. Finding great matches of cheese and wine can be tricky, with flavors often competing, negating, or just plain spoiling one another. Maitre Fromager Max McCalman has assembled a stunning collection of cheeses that balance and enhance the unique flavors and textures of Champagne.