12/12/09 12/10/09 POPSUGAR Food Holiday Hipster Food Gift Guide 5 Killer Choices For the Hipster Foodie December 10, 2009 by Food 0 Shares Chat with us on Facebook Messenger. Learn what's trending across POPSUGAR. View in slideshow Not all gourmands were created alike. Living in San Francisco, I have my fair share of friends who I like to call hipster foodies. You know which ones I'm talking about — the Missionites who are first in line at Mission Street Food, the Williamsburgian who throws underground supper clubs, the foodies who were fascinated by butchery before Julie Powell wrote a book on it. Don't know what to get them this year? Here are a few ideas. Chicharrones T-Shirt The byproduct of a revival butchery movement, chicharrones, or fried pork rinds, are having their moment in the spotlight. Get behind them with this saucy t-shirt ($25) from leading chicharrón purveyor 4505 Meats. revival butchery movement, $25 from nytimes.com Buy Now saucy t-shirt $25 from 4505meats.com Buy Now I Like You: Hospitality Under the Influence by Amy Sedaris The only person who might be funnier than humorist David Sedaris is his sister Amy, whose eccentric party planning book, I Like You: Hospitality Under the Influence ($19) will leave you in stitches. It's also complete with tons of recipes, like her famous cupcakes and cheese balls. I Like You: Hospitality Under the Influence $19 from amysedarisrocks.com Buy Now Brooklyn Brew Shop Homebrewers Kit Much like at-home sausage or cheese making, the homebrewing movement has really caught on. Help jump-start a friend's new hobby by supplying a homebrewing kit ($40) that comes with all the equipment you'll need to get started — plus detailed instructions — from New York's own Brooklyn Brew Shop. homebrewing kit $40 from brooklynbrewshop.com Buy Now Baconnaise Don't have time to make your own bacon jam? Then get yourself some (meat-free) Baconnaise ($6). Its creamy, smoky flavor is so mind-blowing on sandwiches, you'll wonder if you ever need to have regular mayonnaise again. Mustache Napkin Rings Nothing says hipster hostess like a set of four mustache napkin rings ($24), which have a chalkboard surface so they can double as placecards. Your guests will be oohing and ahhing before they even sit down to their meal! Hipster Foodies2009 Holiday Gift GuideSlideshowHipstersGift GuideHoliday Get Inspired With Our Living Newsletter You're subscribed! Sign Up For Our Newsletter Select topics that interest you Home Vegetarian Love and Sex Food Tech DIY Sign up with facebook By signing up, I agree to the Terms & to receive emails from POPSUGAR.