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One of the best things about traveling in France is discovering all the unique foods, and then eating as much as your pants will allow. Gorging on unpasteurized cheese and saucisson, while washing it down with a shockingly inexpensive carafe of Bordeaux, will inevitably leave you longing again for that gluttonous experience.

The gift of food, especially during the holidays, is always welcomed.

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Galeries Lafayette recently asked me to create a holiday gourmet gift guide, which would include some of my favorite French food items. Sounds easy, right? Butter from Normandy is legendary, but not flight friendly. Just cut some bread and spoon it on top. Dating to in Brittany, the brand offers a full range of gourmet items.

White or black makes no difference, just load my plate up! Sprinkle truffle salt on popcorn. Spread truffle mustard on a corned beef sandwich. Drizzle truffle oil over fresh pasta. Imagine my delight when I spotted this gift set from Artisan de la Truffe. Well, just know that I wanted to spend my entire budget on truffle-related items, but somehow found some restraint.

So simple, yet so satisfying. I first was sent Olives de Provence almonds from Francois Doucet in the spring. I loved them then, and snatched a sack off the Galeries Lafayette shelf as soon as they caught my eye. Who am I kidding? I love chocolate-covered anything! Anyway, a French grownup version of my childhood treat from Mademoiselle de Margaux no doubt found its way into my basket.

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Just a certain spirit known as Armagnac. Founded in by two royal tea traders, brothers Henri and Edouard Mariage, the company creates the most traditional of teas, but also special editions and holiday teas. Other flavors that caught my eye were Christmas Cake and Christmas Pudding, a guilt-free treat, indeed. A cup of this is literally a sweet dream. Make your own at home with this dry mix, which is travel friendly and comes in a pretty tin. Leaving France without a bottle or two of wine is an absolute sin.

Each person can fly back to the USA with a liter of alcohol duty free. Odds are, it will still be a better value than in America, if you can find it, that is. With that being said, wine is a great gift and the Cave at Galeries Lafayette has a vast selection from all over France.

I probably gained five pounds just photographing and writing this post, but it was so worth it. With degree views over Paris, the terrace is one of my favorite vantage points in the city. Happy holidays and happy shopping! Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.

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Especially when travelling in such a foodie paradise and having a bit of an obsession with picking up the locally made treats. I usually err on the side of caution and end up regretting not having a few ingredients to recreate the flavours with when I get home.

These are some beautiful gifts that would be perfect for my mother!

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She is very obsessed with gourmet foods such as these. I personally would love to buy some truffle oil for myself.

Thank you for the beautifully presented ideas. Great list, so many wonderful things on your list I must try. I hope to get to France someday soon and when I do, I now know what to feast on. Perfect gifts for anyone this christmas season!

Nothing worse than buying some really nice food products than getting them confiscated by border patrol when you return home! I wish the US would ease their rules, because I would love to bring in some fresh, unpasteurized French cheese, though it would probably stink up my luggage for weeks! I guess for now, I will just have to settle for visiting France and eating my favorite items there!

Loved this gourmet tour!

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And you are right about leaving Paris without a bottle of wine is a sin! A basket full of food and wine is among my favourite gifts.

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I love all those spre and french cheeses especially accompanied by a nice wine! Thanks for your suggestions. Great suggestions of gifts! up to receive exclusive updates from Leah! I have read and agree to the privacy policy. So many treats. So little luggage space. I picked up a wire basket in the home department, making this a divine holiday hostess gift.

Spre Jams are the perfect topping on a traditional baguette. My answer: anything with truffle. Visit the pop-up restaurant Igloo for complimentary oysters with the purchase of a glass of white wine. This post is courtesy of Galeries Lafayette, but all opinions are mine. up to receive news and updates! Oxford, Mississippi: Hotty Toddy! How to Pack a Picnic in Paris like a Local.

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