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Gourmet gifts for foodies

Andrew Zimmern of Bizarre Food shares the handiest holiday gifts for aspiring chefs or entertainers.

Cathal Armstrong's cookbook My Irish Table is a great resource for classic and updated Irish recipes.

In David Lebovitz’s book, My Paris Kitchen, he shares stories about expat life in the culinary capital of the world, alongside revamped classic French recipes, from goat cheese crostinis to duck confit and salted butter caramel chocolate mousse.

Tom Mylan's The Meat Hook Meat Book... Buy, Butcher and Cook Your Way to Better Meat

AUTOGRAPHED COPY of Andrew Zimmern's Field Guide to Exceptionally Weird, Wild & Wonderful Foods... you could buy this on Amazon, but it wouldn't be autographed.

This slightly slouchy and super-soft cotton shirt is available in grey and yellow.

Everyone needs a good pair of kitchen shears in the kitchen. They're great for everyday foods, you can even break down a turkey with them.

David Kinch creates the most exciting food I’ve tasted in years. Recipes in his Manresa cookbook are sophisticated, but I love a good challenge in the kitchen. For those of you who aren’t sure, just know this stunning book is also perfect for your coffee table.

The best aprons around.

Duck, Duck, Goose by Hank Shaw is perfect for the hunter on your list.

Want authentic Thai tastes in your kitchen? Buy a mortar and pestle.

A subscription to Lucky Peach is the perfect gift for the culinarian on your list. The impressive quarterly journal features some of the best food writing and art in the biz.

The Balaboosta cookbook is the perfect introduction to bold Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine.

Awesome T-shirt by Flavour Gallery: Gluten is NOT the Devil

Russ & Daughters' "New York Brunch" gift package

A beautiful wooden salad bowl milled from a solid block of red oak, walnut, cherry or beech.