Edible Nativity among Oprah’s favorite holiday things — and you could win them all

SHARE Edible Nativity among Oprah’s favorite holiday things — and you could win them all
SHARE Edible Nativity among Oprah’s favorite holiday things — and you could win them all

It’s that time of year again, when Oprah, via her December issue of O Magazine, reveals her list of her 60 favorite things this holiday season. And if you’re stumped about what to get those hard-to-please pals and family members on your shopping list, this could be your salvation!

The December issue of O Magazine. | PR NEWS PHOTO

So, if you’re in the mood for, say, a $79 “present cake” from the “Matisse of desserts” Sam Godfrey, this is your chance. “Their celebrated creations, noted as much for their taste as they are for their look, are often the centerpiece of Society and Hollywood weddings” according to the baker-to-the-star’s website.

Or, how about some inspiration from Oprah herself AND Deepak Chopra via a trio of CDs ($100; or download) to “help light a path to your most abundant destiny,” the magazine states.

How about T-shirts co-designed by Ashton Kutcher, no less; $136 for four (not counting the mag’s 20-percent discount code).

Maybe a set of Ben & Lael hand-hammered copper food servers are more to your liking? The duo will set you back $225 for the Tomato Server, and $175 for the Small Gingko Leaf Flat. They are, the magazine says “part utensils, part works of art.” (There’s a 20-percent discount code you can use).

Or the infinitely more affordable $13 per bottle collection of Modern House Wines available at Target’s.

The edible Nativty set from The Cordial Cherry.

And if you’re still undecided, the list features an edible Nativity set from chocolatier The Cordial Cherry. Each of the hand-decorated chocolate figures features a cherry cordial center. Only $45 (pre- 20 percent discount).Twelve lucky O magazine readers will win all 60 items; but you gotta enter (once a day through Nov. 25) via oprah.com/12days for a chance. Could happen.

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