Best food gifts for the 2020 holidays: Treats, gear, classes

Spice up your 2020 holiday season with our food gift guide featuring products, accessories, tools, classes, and more.
Jenn Harris, Patricia Escárcega, Bill Addison, Ben Mims, Lucas Kwan Peterson, Garrett Snyder, Alice Short • Los Angeles Times • October 30, 2020
Here's a chance to give friends and family a "taste" of L.A. for the holidays. We’ve collected items from individual entrepreneurs and restaurants working to stay afloat during the pandemic, small businesses that give back to the community, shops...
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