The Nosher 2014 Holiday Gift Guide

Ok guys, it’s go time. Hanukkah starts next Tuesday December 16th, so besides the latke frying and sufaniyot scarfing, better stock up on some gifts for your loved ones. And like always, we want to help with some of our top holiday picks.

hanukkah glasses

For the snarky drinker in your life, we are in love with this L’chaim mustache beer mug and these fun Yiddish glasses


chevron apron and oven mitt1

Got a fashionable cook to shop for? This chevron coral bow apron and personalized oven mitt will have your favorite cook looking chic, even with hot oil splattered all over her.

cookbook collage

The cookbook hoarders in your life will covet a copy of 
Jewish Soul Food: From Minsk To Marrakesh
, by Janna Gur or 
Baking Chez Moi: Recipes from My Paris Home to Your Home Anywhere
, by Dorie Greenspan.

chalkboard menorah


For the kiddos on your list? We love this Chalkboard ceramic menorah or Little Cook Cookie Baking Set.


The health nut who doesn’t eat carbs will love a vegetable spiralizer. It’s such a fun tool to make all kinds of veggie noodles including our zucchini noodles with bolognese sauce.

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