O Magazine unveiled Oprah Winfrey’s 2015 “Favorite Things” list in time for your Black Friday Sale shopping.
The 87 gift-selection varies from clothing, fashion accessories, kitchen gadgets, food and drinks to several other knick-knacks.
USA Today quoted the TV host and media tycoon as saying: “I’ve been picking my Favorite Things for more than 20 years, but this year’s list just might be the most versatile and fun ever.”
Oprah’s top pick will be featured in the December issue of “O, The Oprah Magazine,” which will hit newsstands on Tuesday (Nov. 10).
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One on the list is the Elvis cake, which Oprah said: “Now, I don’t go around saying this lightly … but this cake is stupid good. As the King himself sang, I can’t help falling in love.” The $42 vanilla cake is made with banana custard, peanut butter buttercream and chocolate ganache.
Pappas Seafood Co. signature crab cakes ( $135) also made it to the list. Oprah praised these Baltimore crab cakes which she described in her magazine as the “fresh, sweet lump crabmeat than I’ve ever seen in a cake.” She also shared on Instagram a photo of her having her favorite crab cake.
A Fujifilm Instax Share smartphone printer worth $350 was also in the list. This battery-powered device lets you print photos via Wi-Fi from Apple and Android phones and tablets, CNN wrote.
For coffee lovers, there is Nespresso VertuoLine Evoluo espresso maker for $199. This coffee machine can produce regular large-cup coffee and authentic espresso in just a touch of a button. Oprah herself testified that she uses it in her office.
Oprah also suggested to add the tickets for Broadway musical “The Color Purple” in your Christmas gift list. She said: “I couldn’t be more excited about Jennifer Hudson’s Broadway debut as Shug Avery in the revival of ‘The Color Purple.’ The story is close to my heart for so many reasons.” Daily News noted Winfrey appeared in the 1985 movie version of “The Color Purple.”
Check out the complete Oprah’s “Favorite Things 2015” list here.