Buy This: Cyber Monday holiday gift ideas for food lovers

Give the fudge lover in your life a tin of Iva Jean's Fudge. The Charlotte, N.C. confectionary makes more than a dozen flavors, including peppermint bark (pictured).

Give the fudge lover in your life a tin of Iva Jean’s Fudge. The Charlotte, N.C. confectionary makes more than a dozen flavors, including peppermint bark (pictured).

If fighting the crowds on Black Friday made you want to put on your pajamas and crawl into the fetal position indefinitely, never to shop again, consider Cyber Monday your shelter from the proverbial storm.

If you’re looking for the perfect gift for the food lover in your life — or you’re looking to treat yourself to the perfect kitchen gadget — check out these food products, cooking tools and other foodie gifts that you can get online with the click of a mouse:

Iva Jean’s Fudge

Options include classics like Rocky Road and Chocolate Walnut, seasonals such as Peppermint Bark and Salted Pecan Pumpkin and doubly decadent options like Brown Sugar Bourbon and Bacon Chili Chocolate. Tins vary between 8 and 10 ounces. $15 per tin. ivajeansfudge.com/shop. Read more here

 

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D’Artagnan Duck Gift Basket

D’Artagnan Duck Gift Basket

The Deluxe Duck Gift Box showcases meat sourced from farms in New York state and includes magret, confit, sausage, bacon, rillettes and a terrine – along with a brochure that explains the products and offers cooking and serving suggestions. $89.99, dartagnan.com. Read more here

 

Institut Paul Bocuse Gastronomique: The definitive step-by-step guide to culinary excellence

Fully illustrated, with step-by-step instructions for mastering more than 250 core culinary techniques and 70 recipes, this hardcover book that comes with a slipcase is a fabulous guide for aspiring home cooks. $75, Available at most major bookstores and online at Amazon.  Read more here

 

Spoonful of Comfort soup gift basket

Besides a 64-ounce jar of chicken noodle, tomato basil or mushroom soup, you can add a half dozen rolls and a half dozen cookies. The package also includes a ladle and personalized card. $69.99, spoonfulofcomfort.com. Read more here

 

Lodge 8-inch carbon steel plan

Whether you’re going to fry over-easy eggs or make some serious paella over a campfire, this pan can tackle the job and still look stellar when brought to the table. $42.50, lodgemfg.com. Read more here

 

Measure Up Adjustable Beaker Set

Each of three beakers comes with a slide band that enables home cooks to add ingredients then measure up as they go. Beakers also nest inside one another for compact storage. Set of 3 beakers, $29.99, chefn.comRead more here

 

Oven-to-Table Set of 4 Ramekins with Cork Tray 

The ramekins are safe for use in the oven, freezer, microwave and dishwasher, while the cork trivet lets you serve hot items straight from the oven. $40, Rodales.com. Read more here

 

Ghost Jerky

We’re especially loving the added heat of ghost pepper on the terikayi and Korean barbecue versions. $10 per 2.5-ounce package. Order online at ghostjerky.com. Read more here

 

2017 Farmer Fund Calendar

Some of Atlanta’s most popular chefs, including Ryan Smith of Staplehouse, Hugh Acheson of Empire State South and Hannah Chung of Simply Seoul pose with area farmers who grow their food. Proceeds benefit the Farmer Fund, a nonprofit that supports local farmers in the face of natural disaster. $30 online. Read more here

 

Make cocktails like a pro with Mixology 101: The Art of Crafting Cocktails, a deck of cards that provides starter recipes, including classic cocktails, syrups, infusions and bitters. Photo: Deckopedia.

Make cocktails like a pro with Mixology 101: The Art of Crafting Cocktails, a deck of cards that provides starter recipes, including classic cocktails, syrups, infusions and bitters. Photo: Deckopedia.

Mixology 101: The Art of Crafting Cocktails

Learn to stir and shake drinks at home like a pro with this new cocktail guide that comes in the form of a deck of cards. Available online only, the trio makes a great gift for your imbibing buddy. $19.95 per deck. Deckopedia.com. Read more here

 

Vidalia Chop Wizard

The chopper comes with two blades for large and small dicing, as well as a clever pronged cleaning tool. $19.95 at chopwizard.com. Read more here

 

Products from Harvest, a “farm-to-everything” online marketplace

Among the edibles stocked by Atlanta-based company Farm Star Living you’ll find organic cold-pressed juices, gift baking mixes, and even bacon and grassfed beef from White Oak Pastures in Bluffton, Ga. Prices vary,  farmstarlivingshop.com. Read more here

 

Angurello Watermelon Slicer & Server

This clever device doubles as both slicer and server as it allows you to cut, lift and serve uniform watermelon slices directly from the melon. $19.95, thegrommet.com. Read more here

 

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