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108 food-themed cards to send to your friends
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Food Postcards

Say what you want about the convenience of online cards, but nothing beats a real, live, printed card—particularly when it has a cheeky food joke on it. Graphic designer Naz Sahin Ozcan put together a box of 100 food-themed postcards with images from 10 artists, featuring designs like a spaghetti western star covered in actual spaghetti.

If you're looking for a single card to send, we've rounded up a slew of other options that channel everything from Julia Child to George Clooney to breakfast foods.

Now, go write your grandma a letter.

  • You Take Too Many 'Instas
    You know you know this person...

    etsy.com ($4.05)

  • Let's Just Taco 'Bout It
    Let's be real, nacho cheese solves all problems.

    cafepress.com ($3.49)

  • What Would Julia Do?
    When in doubt (or the middle of a kitchen nightmare), just ask this simple question.

    carascissoria.com ($3.50 per card, or $14.50 for a set of six)

  • Cavallini le Jardin
    For all of your urban friends who just want to move to a farm.

    papersource.com ($3.95)

  • Brussels Pout
    Now, now, there's no reason to pout over Brussels sprouts.

    carascissoria.com ($3.50 per card, or $14.50 for a set of six)

  • Breakfast Skull and Bones
    Maybe those secret societies would've been a bit less scary if this were their logo.

    cafepress.com ($3.49)

  • Marmite: Love It/Hate It
    Perhaps the most divisive food on the planet. Just make sure to order the right card.

    etsy.com ($3.83)

  • Things That Get Better with Age
    This birthday card is wise. Cheese, Scotch and Clooney—what else do we really need in life? Nothing.

    papersource.com ($4.95)

  • Curious Feast
    Naz Sahin Ozcan's box of 100 food-themed postcards has a bit of everything: illustrations of vegetables, photos of fruit and other curiosities.

    amazon.com ($14.84)

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