Texas Monthly releases ‘Texas Gift Guide’ ahead of holidays

Sam Olivo, aka the Sixth Street Cowboy, rides Tex along East Cesar Chavez Street on Wednesday December 10, 2014.  He said he was on his way to the Capitol to wave to motorists and spread Christmas cheer.  "Everyday's beautiful," he said.  " Everyday's Christmas to the Sixth Street Cowboy."   JAY JANNER / AMERICAN-STATESMAN

Sam Olivo, aka the Sixth Street Cowboy, rides Tex along East Cesar Chavez Street on Wednesday December 10, 2014. He said he was on his way to the Capitol to wave to motorists and spread Christmas cheer. “Everyday’s beautiful,” he said. ” Everyday’s Christmas to the Sixth Street Cowboy.” JAY JANNER / AMERICAN-STATESMAN

It’s like Oprah’s favorite things, if some of Oprah’s favorite things were UT football and Texas-made artisanal goods. Texas Monthly recently released this year’s “Ultimate Texas Gift Guide,” which claims to know exactly what you should “buy your favorite Texan this holiday season.”

While all of the items on the list would assuredly make wonderful gifts (everyone loves candles, you love candles), we’ve come up with a few additions on the off chance you’re shopping for someone who has enough homemade ceramic housewares. Check them out below:

If nothing above hits home with someone you’re shopping for, really ask yourself, “What would any Texan be overjoyed to find under their tree Christmas morning?” The answer is frozen Luby’s mac and cheese now available at H-E-B.

You’re welcome.

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