So I guess I get to start the thread this month!
50 cents -- Individual (5 or 6 oz) Brown Cow 0% Greek yogurt, plain or strawberry
$1.49 -- Haagen Dazs caramelized pear toasted pecan (yummy!) and Sweet Cream Honey
$2.99 -- 28 oz. bottle Grandma's molasses
$5.99 lb (precut and priced, pieces were mostly about half a pound) -- 12-month aged Orgouda (organic gouda from Holland); there was also another organic cheese (Mozzerella?) from the same producer and another non-organic 12-month aged Dutch gouda for $4.99/lb. Obviously not as special as a super-aged gouda, but it's quite tasty and does have the crunchy crystals!
$2.49 -- large (28 oz, I think) jar of Muir Glen organic Bolognese pasta sauce
If you give food gifts for Christmas they have their Christmas stuff in, including tins of various sizes, paper cartons (like Chinese food cartons) in Christmas designs, and Gladware-type containers with winter-theme designs (snowflakes, penguins, IIRC).