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GIFT IDEAS


 Dresdner Stollen


The tradition of baking Christmas Stollen in Dresden dates back to the 14th century. Today, only stollen made in and around the city of Dresden may carry its name. This version is the real deal: an authentic holiday loaf, coated in powdered sugar, heavy with raisins, butter, and nuts. Even the ingredients are listed in German. 26.4-oz.


T50199 | $34.95


 Truffl e Babies


The French call them “les truffes des enfants.” We just call them irresistible. Twelve individually wrapped morsels of decadence arrive in each gift box of Truffl e Babies. Deep, rich chocolate envelops mousse-like peanut butter and whole- roasted almonds. Better buy two boxes, because you might not want to share. 12-oz. box contains 12 pieces.


T50246 | $17.95


 Cashew Almond Pecan Crunch Popcorn elevated to a whole new, indulgent level. Air-popped popcorn is drenched in caramel, then mixed with caramelized cashews, almonds, and pecans. A decadent mix that’s hard to resist. 6-oz. box.


T50264 | $7.95


 Maple Sugared Nuts


To the Maple Nut Company in Morrisville, Vt., “local” means “neighbor.” The pure Vermont maple syrup that coats their luscious nuts comes from the Jacob Brook Farm, just across the road. All of their nuts are made in small batches with no additives or preservatives, so the ingredient list is deliciously straightforward. Try coffee and spice-covered almonds or coffee-covered pecans for a not-too- sweet treat. 4-oz. bags.


T50251 | Pecans, $8.95 T50252 | Almonds, $8.95


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 Mississippi Cheese Straws Once a southern tradition, cheese straws have become an American staple for parties and social gatherings. The recipe harks back to the antebellum era, when thrifty cooks used up excess biscuit batter by adding cheese and cayenne. This modern take is made with the highest-quality, aged cheddar and fi nishes with a satisfying snap of pepper. 10-oz. tin.


T50254 | $14.95


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