Jan D'Atri recommends foodie Xmas gifts!

posted by Marty Manning - 

Jan has lots of great fun ideas for the foodie on your list this holiday season.And not just foodies .. there are some great cocktail ice cube makers as well!  She is also the MC for a Christmas concert with some
of your favorite media folks, past & present, Fri Dec 8 at Central United Methodist Chrurch on
Central Ave.  (Scroll down for concert info)

If you missed us on Facebook Live, here's the video!

Great Gifts for the Foodie!

(All Items found at Sweet Basil Gourmetware & Cooking School

www.sweetbasilgourmet.com)

These items are perfect for the cook in your home! They make great gifts or

Stocking Stuffers!

NextTrend The Garlic Twister

Flip Top Stopper (for beverages)

Desert Spoon (or cocktail Stirrer)

VIGAR Dish Brushes, Girl, Boy, Flower, Cow (all have names!)

Tovolo Ice Sphere slow melting Ice Mold

Tovolo Perfect Cube Tray (square mold)

PPD Humorous Cocktail Napkins

Mastrad Fondue Choco'Minute

Alex Clark Doggie Kitchen Towels

TAG Naughty & Nice Appetizer Plates

Cheri's Red Chili Peppery Jelly and Jalapeno Jelly

The Spadle (spoon that turns into a ladle, and sits up off the counter!)

Wusthof 3-piece knife set (Your GO TO knives!)

EcoSmart PureLast bamboo Measuring spoons and cups

Gourmet Village Smores Dip Kit with Cast Iron Pot

DreamForm Supoon (Silicon Spoon that is raised up from the the countertop and sits flat!)

Architech Recipe Rock (strong magnet that holds recipe cards)

Slant Collection "Drink Please" Bar Bell

JK Adams Personalized Cheese cutting board with Spreader

Jan mentioned this concert Monday morning on the Beth & Friends and Food segment .. 

Media Christmas Concert with Mike Chamberlain and Friends!!

Jan D’Atri - M.C. Host Pat McMahon, Dick Moore, Laura Fial, Buddy Owens Jr Dave Munsey and Celeste Montague (TLC TRIO).

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8 – 7PM 

Central United Methodist Church, Kendall Hall, 1875 N. Central, Phoenix Tickets - $10.00 per person (Children 12 and under free)

The concert benefits the House of Broadcasting Museum, which helps to preserve ourmemories of TV and Radio broadcasters through the years.


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