With finals upon us and the holidays just around the corner, the question of what to get family and friends for the holidays is always a tough question to answer. Plus, gifts for foodies can be a little more... difficult. Hopefully, this foodie edition gift guide gives some inspiration for what to buy every foodie on your list.

Style guru: Avocado sock

Whether it be for a cute, cozy outfit or the long, cold walks from the lib, socks are a necessity. Plus, ones with a little extra personality are always a good go-to gift.

ASOS, Urban Outfitters, J.Crew | $8.00-$10.5

Grill Master: Indoor Grill

All throughout the summer, they were never without their spatula in hand and grill at their side. And while it may be too cold outside, nothing will stop them from keeping the burgers coming with a smokeless grill (or a dorm-friendly grill pan).

Overstock.com or Bed Bath and Beyond | $39.99-$52.99

Tea Enthusiast: Cute Tea Infuser

Green tea, chai, or chamomile, they always have a mug of it in hand. A quirky tea infuser adds some extra personality while also keeping their tea addiction a-brewing. Bonus points if you find a matching mug.

Sur la Table or World Market | $9.99-$10.95

Drinkology Major: Drink Starter Pack

If they can never say no to cheers, this DIY gift is for them. Using a glass, mule, or flute for their favorite drink, fill it with the ingredients for a single serving.

Price depending

Dessert Devourer: Cookies in a Jar

This DIY is sure to satisfy their sweet tooth. Take a mason jar and fill it with the dry ingredients for their favorite cookie (this works for brownies too). Then tie a ribbon around it with the directions to make them and measurements for the wet ingredients. Alternatives may include Moose Munch (Harry and David) or Peppermint Bark (Williams Sonoma) if time is of the essence.

Harry and David | $29.99-$49.99 Williams Sonoma | $23.16

Health Nut: Eat Pretty Cookbook

This guide will teach them how food affects the body. This also doubles as a cookbook giving helpful recipes for all the seasons. All in all, recipes will be made, buzzwords will be learned, and a better idea of the relationship between food and our bodies will be realized.

Barnes and Noble | $3.37

Music Munchies: Snoop Dog Cookbook

Yes, he can sing; yes, he can dance; but can he cook? This cookbook summarizes all things Snoop Dog and food, with a little Martha Stewart on the side. Snoop Dog gives us the low-down on his favorite restaurants, munchies, and recipes.

Barnes and Noble | $16.34

Globetrotter: Where Chefs Eat

If they're always a go-go-go, this book is for them. The guide contains 7,000 recommendations for more than 4,500 restaurants in more than 70 countries, plus its restaurants that famous chefs recommend, not like your average tourist guidebook. This one will fuel their tour of the world (throw in two bus/train/plane tickets so you can tag along for the ride).

Neiman Marcus | $35.00