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As seen on our Holiday Hostess Gift segment on FOX, December 10, 2004.

1. GIFTS OF CHOCOLATE: Our all-time favorite, but try a new approach.

 2.  WINE: Another tradition, but make it memorable!
  • Gift tags (BottleRaps.com) make sure your host knows you brought the great bottle:
    $7.99 for 6 tags and chains 
  • Bring Champagne and be the hit of the party: Veuve Clicquot Champagne, $42 
  • Tickets to the Boston Wine Expo, January 30-31: $60.00 
3.   GIFTS OF FOOD: Presentation is everything!
  • Handmade cookies (as featured in our December issue): make unusual shapes instead
    of the traditional (violins or pianos, gift with sheet music) and present them in
    beautiful gift boxes--all sizes only $4.99--from HomeGoods
  • Biscotti from Montione's Biscotti
  • Pandoro from Joe Pace & Sons, Saugus, MA: $15.99
  • Gourmet Teas from Tea Forte or Teasophy, or unusual Salts in beautiful containers
  • Put anything in great Snowflake Nesting Bowls from Crate & Barrel: $19.95
4. FOR THE HOST WHO LOVES TO TRAVEL
  • Green leather train case (fill with anything or give alone) from HomeGoods: $29.99  
  • Leather journal from HomeGoods: $7.99  
  • Travel Books: Restaurants of Paris, Tea Shops of London, Shopping in Rome
5.  FOR ANYONE WHO LOVES FOOD, WINE, HOME OR TRAVEL


 

 

       
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