Give the gift of gastronomy this Valentine's Day

Fact: People who love to eat are the best kind of people. So, why not celebrate your S.F. (significant foodie) this Valentine’s Day with the gift of gastronomy?!

From decadent chocolate to healthy hampers, we’ve compiled a list of coveted treats and trinkets for the ultimate foodie. And hey, if that’s you, treat yourself, we say.

Say Cheese Board (from $50)

Who honestly doesn’t love a cheese board? Perfect for a cosy night in or a romantic picnic, Say Cheese Boards are handmade with love from homegrown Australian timber. A special Valentine’s Day gift indeed (with cheese, of course).

In Bed Linen apron ($38)

Watch your Valentine whip up a storm in style with the In Bed Linen apron. Perfect for the culinary genius, the apron is made from 100% soft linen and comes in a range of colours and patterns.

Wholesome Box by Bounty Box ($109)

Is your Valentine riding the New Year detox wave? Then the Bounty Wholesome Box might be your answer.  Filled to the brim with wholesome goodies, the pack includes 10 natural treats for your healthy other half.

BlackStar Watermelon Cake (sizes and prices vary)

Undoubtedly one of the most coveted cakes in Australia, BlackStar’s Watermelon Cake is what dessert dreams are made of. If you’re fortunate to live within close proximity to a BlackStar patisserie, you can pick up an individual slice of cake for under $10!

Best of Italy Hamper by Simon Johnson ($59)

Is your Valentine an Italophile with a penchant for all things savoury? Then the Simon Johnson Best of Italy Hamper will make the perfect gift. Jam-packed with mouth-watering carnaroli rice, porcini mushrooms, quality olive oil and balsamic vinegar, your loved one will scream "Ti amo!" upon opening.

La Renaissance Bonboniere Macarons (from $4)

If you’re after an understated, token gift, then you can’t go wrong with macarons. La Renaissance Patisserie package two macarons in a perfect little box with a pretty little ribbon.

Oscietra Caviar ($145)

Caviar is the epitome of indulgence and opulence. If your loved one is a little on the fancy side, you can’t go wrong with a jar of Oscietra Caviar. Derived from Northern Italy, the caviar has large sized eggs and provides a slightly nutty flavour.

Pana Chocolate ($29.90)

Say “I love you” in the sweetest of ways with the gift of chocolate. The team at Pana Chocolate have bundled up four of their delicious chocolate bars and packaged them in a neat messaged box.

Doughnut Time Delivery (from $24)

Doughnut Time have crafted some delectable doughnuts exclusively for Valentine’s Day. You can choose between three tasty flavours in a box of four or six: ‘Don’t Want No Scrubs’, 'Shout Out To My Ex’ and ‘Don’t Be Cruel’. *Drools*

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