Allergic Living’s 2010 Gift Guide
Gifts for the Host/Hostess – Page 4 of 4
We love the look of Honey Candles which are made from 100 per cent pure beeswax. Scent free – other than the natural honey smell – and made in a variety of shapes and sizes. Come in plain or in select shades made from natural dyes (may have traces of soy). Never bleached. Canadian made and cruelty free. Prices vary. www.purebeeswaxcandles.com
Whether your host needs to eat gluten-free, or just loves to cook, the Gluten-Free Girl and the Chef cookbook is sure to delight. Includes cooking tips, 100 chef-tested recipes, and great stories by Shauna James Ahern, aka Gluten-Free Girl. Bon Appétit! $35.95 from ca.wiley.com.
One of a Kind
Give a gift that’s practical and unique. The Art Deco Glass Wine Bottle Stoppers are hand crafted and are each slightly different. Each set comes with two stoppers. Give alone or paired with the hostess’ favourite wine. $25.99 US from www.homewetbar.com.
You don’t have to compromise on taste when you buy dessert from Guardian Angel Foods. Their Chocolate Yule Log is as pleasing to the eye as it is to the allergic person’s belly. No peanuts, no nuts, no dairy, no eggs. The perfect gift to bring to a host or hostess with allergies in the family. $19.99. Available in Metro stores in Ontario. Check their online store for other availability: www.alimentsangegardien.com