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December 3, 2018

Giving the Gift of Food with Riceland Foods

in, Blogmas Cooking Holidays

In my opinion, there is no better gift than the gift of food. It’s one of those win/win gifts because everyone is guaranteed to love it and unless the recipient has dietary restrictions it’s pretty easy to find meaningful food-based presents. If you’re looking for an in-law gift, a hostess gift, co-worker gift, or even a white elephant gift look no further than Riceland Foods.

Riceland Foods is a co-op company owned by thousands of farmers across the US with an emphasis on creating the best quality foods – specifically rice. This year, Riceland Foods has made it easy for gifters to make a one-stop shop and purchase a gift box complete with everything an at-home chef would need to create a delicious rice-based recipe.

The gift boxes contain a substantial pouch of Riceland rice – white or brown – an apron, pot holder, and wooden spoon, all neatly tucked into an easy-to-wrap and deliver gift box. Already I can think of so many uses for this functional gift. From creating delicious side dishes at the in-laws over the holidays to inviting friends over for a cooking-themed holiday party, rice is an easy side that adds flavor and substance to any meal.

And if you want to get creative you could gift the Riceland Foods gift box along with a collection of your favorite rice-themed recipes straight from your own kitchen. Homemade sushi, fried rice, rice in soup and casseroles, even rice pudding with your own personal twist makes the gift thoughtful and oh so useful.

And if you’re looking for a way to give back this season, know that with every gift box purchase, Riceland Foods is donating $5 to Feeding America, the largest hunger relief organization in the United States.

If you’re still struggling to find the perfect gift for someone on your list, check out the Riceland Foods gift boxes and give the gift of food to a loved and also someone in need.

Thank you Riceland Foods for sponsoring this post. As always all opinions are my own. 

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