When Nespresso and Sur la Table asked me to participate in their Festive Finds campaign for the holidays, I knew it’d be a treat for my food-loving, coffee-consuming heart. Here’s what I found after a day of sipping espresso and shopping for home goods to make this holiday really special.
I don’t know about you, but the start of the holiday season pretty much signals the beginning of foodie season in my household. I grew up in a Cuban family where coffee and dinner were two very distinct parts of our days, and regardless of hectic schedules and family obligations (there were 4 of us siblings living under one roof), good coffee and homemade cooking began and ended the day’s activities like clockwork.
With that spirit in mind, I spent the day shopping at Nespresso and Sur la Table for a very foodie inspired gift guide. Here’s what I came up with. I think my favorite item (after the coffee machine, obvy) is the mini Le Creuset that’s too damn cute for words.
SHOP THE GIFT GUIDE: (Top row, left to right) Le Creuset Cherry Mini Cocottes, Set of 3 $74.95; Classic Lace Flax Table Runner, $29.95; Aspen Bay Fire Candle, $30.95; (Middle row, left to right) Chalkboard Clips, Set of 4 $10.36; Nespresso VertuoLine Black, Starting at $299, shown with Nespresso Aeroccino Plus milk frother, $99; Silver Pine Cone Scatter table decor, $10; (Bottom row, left to right) Gold Candle Holders, $5.56 – $6.36; Marble Cheese Board and Slicer, $11.96; Stonewall Kitchen Cranberry Horseradish Sauce, $6.95.
This post was kindly sponsored by Nespresso and Sur la Table but all opinions and experiences are 100% honest and mine. Thanks to both sponsors for a wonderful afternoon of shopping fun in foodie heaven!