A foodie gift guide that will satisfy even the most gourmet tastes and some little extras from the Dolce&Gabbana Fall Winter 2013 collections to complete the offer. Bon appétit!
A Brunello Tour
Give your beloved one the pleasure of a Brunello Wine Tour in the Tuscan Countryside. Your first stop will be to a cutting-edge Brunello winery where you will taste an amazing Brunello and sample the spicy extra virgin olive oil the estate produces. You will visit the winery's grounds and most importantly, the historic cellars. She can’t do this without being properly outfitted with glamorous Dolce&Gabbana accessories, of course. Pick a fancy scarf or luxury sunglasses.
The Science of Good Cooking
What's behind a chef's creativity? Science! So why not give your friends a chance for success, too, gifting them with "The Science of Good Cooking", this book brings you into the test kitchen with 50 unique experiments engineered to illustrate science at work. The experiments demonstrate why adding fat to your eggs will make the perfect tender omelette, why grinding your own meat will make the ultimate burger, and why you should have patience before carving your roast. Including 400 classic recipes illustrated, it sounds like a dream to me. Stay stylish even when cooking (or reading!) with Dolce&Gabbana shirts and shoes.
Foodies are also crazy about food accessories, fancy ones, like silverware. For a friend that has literally everything for the kitchen, why not think outside the box and give him something beautiful for their table? Brandimarte Silverware has everything, from silver glasses and decanter to unconventional decorative pieces. Don’t want to spoil them with clumsy-looking handprints? Use the Dolce&Gabbana gloves to handle them with care.
Christmas is not a proper Christmas for a foodie if you don't have the best Panettone, the typical Christmas dessert from Lombardy (that then spread over the whole country). Where to find the best? Head to Cova, Sant'Ambroeus, Marchesi, Peck. A must-have for Christmas? Beautiful Dolce&Gabbana accessories to wear, in Christmas-matching colours!
A perfect coffee is everything to a foodie. Kopi luwak coffee comes from the Indonesian Island of Java and Sumatra, an area well known for its excellent coffee. Also native to the area is a small civet-like animal called a Paradoxurus, or luwaks. These little mammals live in the trees and one of their favorite foods is the red, ripe coffee berry. They eat the berries , bean and all. While the bean is in the little guy's stomach, it undergoes chemical treatments and fermentations. The bean finishes its journey through the digestive system, and exits. The still-intact beans are collected from the forest floor, and are cleaned, then roasted and ground just like any other coffee. That's a very original gift…
Not into coffee but still loving scents? Pick new Dolce&Gabbana Pour Homme or Pour Femme…
If you really want to go the extra-mile for your Christmas gift, instead of bringing Italian Cuisine to your guests why not take your guests to Italian cuisine? In Tuscany, a 100% Italians team will teach you how to cook, host you and spoil you. The lessons are given in English and for the Italian cooking class you will learn to make classic Tuscan dishes and for the Italian Mediterranean cookery course you learn to make dishes from four of the most popular cuisines in Europe and North Africa. To make your guest stylish and tidy even during cooking classes, pick one among many Dolce&Gabbana hair accessories.