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Guest Picks: Silly Holiday Gifts for Food and Drink Lovers
If the stress of the holiday season has taught us anything, it's that humor is important. Despite the commercialization of Christmas (thank you to Charlie Brown for first introducing us to this danger) and Hanukkah, the upside is that at least some of the product results are kind of funny. Others are even practical — and cute. Yet others question the sanity of some creative minds. Here is a collection of unusual gifts, stocking stuffers, partyware and kitchen tools for those with a love of food and drink. — Meaghan from The Decorated Cookie
What's not to love about an ugly Christmas sweater wine bottle cover?
The 12 Drinking Games of Christmas will just help to make the holidays with family go smoothly.
Only I didn't say "fudge."
Has no one ever thought of this before? This Santa's mitten oven mitt is very clever.
Speaking of oven mitts, has no one ever thought of these kosher mitts before? This one is more in the "practical" category than the "silly" one, though.
To go with that Santa oven mitt, this is a Mrs. Claus dish sponge and brush set. Heeey, why does she have to do the dishes?
Silver and gold, silver and gold — or just silver. I'm loving these silver tree cupcake toppers. They are an easy way to add sparkle to Christmas baking.
These wack-a-doodle straws aren't just for Christmas. The shop offers themes for throughout the year and all kinds of objects and animals turned into straw art.
For those that just can't get the braid right, this challah bread silicone mold does the work for you. I won't tell you cheated.
Um, ew? You have to really, really like pickles to like these, I think. Did I mention they also come in bacon flavor?
I'm guessing these holiday benders taste better than the pickle ones.
Here are some cool cards for the cake lover.
For the wine enthusiast, it's a reindeer ornament crafted from corks. Awwww.
This inflatable fruit cake probably tastes similar to the real thing anyway.
Maybe pickpockets will think these are real cookies and not snatch your dough. (Groan for that pun.)
Because you can never have enough beverage dispensers, how about a Christmas tree–shaped beverage dispenser you'll use once a year — but still have to store for the other 364 days?
For the Beatles-lunch-box-obsessed crowd (they exist, right?), here's a Beatles lunch box ornament.
Once again, I have to go with "ew" on this one. And perhaps it doesn't belong in a category with "food and drink lovers."