PHOTO: Janis Nicolay/Appetite by Random House; Gingerbread Guys from Butter Celebrates by Rosie Daykin.
Laura Brehaut, National Post
Originally published on November 16, 2015; National Post
Edible gifts are the best gifts. Whether traditional baked goods, candies, preserves or pantry staples, making gifts yourself represents time and consideration. These gifts serve a clear purpose – to be eaten – yet hold meaning on both sides of the exchange. And perhaps best of all, gifts from your kitchen don’t need to be time-consuming or expensive to be delicious and heartily received by loved ones.
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