We all agree that hosting is damned hard work. So it should not be an ungrateful job. Whether you're going to Friendsgiving 2018, swinging at a white elephant party, or staying with your parents during the holidays, skip the $ 12 bottle of wine and show off one of those thoughtful gifts instead.
They call it we've done it. Anyone who loves Sriracha will want to turn to this spicy carrot-based sauce, which is also vegan, paleo and gluten / sugar / dairy free. Yes, it works for just about everyone.
We're big fans of the new Jonathan Adler / Amazon Collab and think these pretty cloud containers are the perfect way to start your buddy's fancy vase collection. Even better, if you fill one with a small bouquet of flowers before you arrive.
($ 28- $ 38; amazon.com)
The holidays are ridiculously exhausting – especially if you want to figure out how to squeeze 36 people into your little flat for an ugly sweater party. Be a good guest and help your host relax with these fancy CBD-infused gumdrops.
($ 45; shop.lordjones.com)
Yes, $ 34 is a lot for a bar of soap. But this Japanese soap on a rope is anything but ordinary. It is produced in the form of a fish called tai which is considered a lucky charm. We encourage you to replenish – it is the perfect gift for all kinds of events.
($ 34; amazon.com)
Olive oil is always a great gift, but mostly the bottles do not just come to a present where rthy . Brightlands Alive & Awake Duo, on the other hand, has modern packaging and colorful labels, so your host proudly displays and .
($ 63; huckberry.com)
Think outside In the Godiva box, you can present these almost too-good-looking candies instead. The small artworks are available in flavors ranging from black sesame and passion mango to PB and jelly to sea salt caramel. Your host does not know if he should eat or hang on the wall.
($ 25; swmsweets.com)
If you're staying overnight, it makes sense to bring coffee with you. But do you know what an even better idea is? Mushroom Coffee. This blend contains shiitake mushrooms for a healthy skin and better immunity, as well as turmeric for inflammation and joint pain. Your host will thank you for presenting him his new morning beverage.
($ 16; amazon.com)
If your Giftee is known for making a good selection, add this shiny leopard tablet to her repertoire of serveware. His leopard pattern is both bizarre and refined.
($ 42; ofakind.com)
At Greatist we eat a lot of cereal. So trust, when we say Healing Home Foods is the king of them all. The almond butter chunk version is a consensus favorite, but really, every taste makes a nice thank you.
($ 9; amazon.com)
If you have not tasted coconut butter, it's richer and thicker than coconut oil and tastes delicious in coffee, on toast, in fat bombs, or straight out of the glass. This colorful set of algae, matcha and berry-infused butters is incredibly venomous, but we'll bet no one would refuse a single glass of the classic.
($ 78; capbeauty.com)
Every host is worth your salt (ha) needs the only flaky Maldon sea salt in their closet. This is the gift we give to everyone this year.
($ 5; amazon.com)
Your host has enough worries. Make a sound and bring the icebreakers / entertainment after dinner. Who's Most Likely To is exactly what it sounds like – a party game where you decide which person most likely wakes up in bed with half a burrito / does not stop talking about their overseas trip / beanie babies Have collection.
($ 16; urbanoutfitters.com)
In the age of Pinterest and Evernote, writing favorite recipes and new creations is something special. Anyone keen on cooking in the kitchen will appreciate this recipe box and card set by Badass apron maker Ellen Bennett and popular station girl Anna Bond.
($ 34; hedleyandbennett.com)
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