Foodgod Jonathan Cheban is gifting caviar and $850 facials this season

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Jonathan Cheban’s holiday gift ideas are as luxe as they come.

The foodie now officially known as Foodgod opened up to Page Six Style about what he plans on giving friends and family for the holidays, and he has something for everybody (in the one percent, that is).

For those with an extravagant palate to match his own, Foodgod plans to hand out pricey beluga caviar from Marky’s ($830 for 1 ounce).

“It’s the only legal beluga caviar in the whole country, which is crazy,” he told us. “They’re the only ones that are allowed to do beluga caviar, and it comes with a certificate.”

Men looking to upgrade their closets, meanwhile, can look forward to unwrapping jeans from Purple Brand’s new “Made in Italy” collection (prices begin at $300).

“It’s a whole different vibe on the fabric, which I love,” the food whiz shared. “Those are fun gifts for guys, because everyone we know has so much s—t — you have to find cool stuff.”

For the people in his life who have everything, Foodgod is gifting facials from famed skincare expert Iván Pol; his signature treatment, “The Beauty Sandwich,” starts at $850.

“It’s amazing. I did it like three weeks ago,” the Discovery+ TV star shared. “It kind of gives you that really woken appearance, the glow. You look really awake.”

Finally, Foodgod is giving the gift of great hair with Gama’s IQ Perfetto dryer ($399.95).

“It’s the lightest hair dryer I’ve ever felt in my entire life,” he shared. “It’s literally like a feather, and it’s so strong it knocks you back when you turn it on. It’s actually like a feather; you don’t even feel that you’re holding it.”

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