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Buy local — here are some Idaho gift giving ideas

Stumped about what to give this holiday season? You don’t have to look far — there are a lot of fun and unique gifts made right here in Idaho, from jewelry to art to fun Idaho-themed gifts. Read on for gift ideas for anyone on your list!

Food gifts

There are lots of great food delicacies out of Idaho that make great Christmas gifts. First up, from the Sun Valley area are candied orange peels dipped in chocolate from Cristina’s restaurant. Produced entirely by hand in an elaborate three-day process, these treats were praised by the Food Network after a visit to the famous spot. These are shipped by Cristina to customers the world over so don’t fret if you can’t make it up there in person. Go to the website: cristinasofsunvalley.com.

Recently mentioned on the “Today Show” as “the most delicious piece of meat you will ever eat in your life”, Snake River Farms’ Korubuta ham is one of Al Roker’s favorite gifts to give during the holidays. A Korubuta ham starter kit comes with a bone-in ham, Korubuta ham tea towel, Snake River Farms apron and thermal bag, “superfast pocket thermometer” and Korubuta ham guide.

Also making a splash nationally is Piedaho fruit pies — Oprah included them on her list of Favorite Things for Christmas. The pies start at $35 or you can get a gift set for $65 that includes a pie server, card and a $60 gift card.

For another sweet treat, give the made-in-Boise gift of All Spun Up Cotton Candy. Using only natural ingredients like organic sugar and real fruit, they make it in small-batches and feature flavors such as Strawberry Shortcake and White Chocolate Peppermint Bark. Website: allspunupcottoncandy.com.

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