A creative Christmas list...
For the Foodie:
Food Anatomy by Julia Rothman and a Flat Whisk
For the College Student who you don't know what to get for them:
Your Idea Starts Here by Carolyn Eckert
For the Mystery Lover:
The Mistletoe Murder by the late PD James
For your mom or mother in law:
A photo calendar with pictures of the grandkids to look at month by month
For the child ages (6-12 yo) you want to give a classic, but fun book to:
The Thirteen Clocks by James Thurber
For the Craftsy person you know who has fun handwriting:
Hand Lettering Ledger by Mary Kate McDevitt
Eureka season 1
For the person who you have no idea what to get...
some Florida Honeybells from Harry and David. I gave these to my family one Christmas as a special treat and they loved them. They don't arrive until January, so you get to look forward to a special treat as winter sets in. I have found that the best coupon actually comes from the newspaper or fliers like Valpak. The best deal I've seen is 8 lb. for $30 with free shipping. I know that it's very expensive fruit, but it is very special fruit!
I hope you have an enjoyable Christmas. I have made my lists for my children and family. I'm working my way through them...