Halloween is officially over and we all know what that means. As soon as November 1st rolls around, the holiday season has begun—aka the best time of year for any foodie.

With the start of the holiday season, comes the beginning of gift-giving anxiety. It gets even rougher because foodies are a tough crowd and can be hard to please when it comes to their food related gifts. But fear not—we've got you covered with this ultimate gift guide for all the various foodies in your life, because all foodies are not created equal. 

For The Restaurant Snob Foodie:

This is your friend who is the one always in charge of making the reservations because they only want the best of the best when it comes to their dining experiences. Notice a reocurring theme in where they like to eat out? Get them a gift card to their favorite place. If there's anything a restaurant snob craves, it's a night of fine dining on you. 

For The "Only Organic" Foodie:

Unless you've been living under a rock, you know that Gwyneth Paltrow is the queen of everything organic. So, get your friend that is low key snobby about solely eating organic foods a Gwyneth Paltrow cookbook. It's fairly inexpensive ($21 on Amazon), and this way they can go crazy with someone who totally gets them and their all organic world: Mama G. 

For The Europhile Foodie:

There is something magical many have never heard of and that your Europhile friends will love: a charcuterie subscription. That's right, many companies such as Carnivore Club or Dean & Deluca have services where they will send you some of Italy's finest charcuterie each month. The platters range in price, depending on how many months you subscribe for. I mean...

For The Instagram Foodie:

Bet you didn't see this one coming. A gastronomy kit will totally elevate your friend's foodie Insta game. Seeing as they love to document everything they make and eat, let them explore the mystical world of gastronomy and impress all of their followers. The Molecule R Gastronomy Kit also comes for a decent price at $50. #foodnerd

For The Top Chef Foodie:

For your pal that is basically a professional chef, upgrade their knife game with the Masamoto chef's knife. It's on the pricier side (at $189), but if you're going to be enjoying your friend's creations, it's totally worth it.

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