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  • Laughing Man Around the World Coffee Gift Set


    Mmm, coffee, sweet, sweet nectar of life! A set of 3 delicious bean blends from around the world will delight any java junkie. Laughing Man is a company founded by Hugh Jackman (yes, Wolverine/Jean Valjean/THAT Hugh Jackman) that sources coffee, tea, chocolate and gifts from impoverished communities all over the world, and 100% of revenue goes towards education and community and new business development.

    $50 at Laughing Man | Buy

    | Posted 04 Dec, 2013 in Food and Drink by Janet
  • Organic Tea Blending Culinary Kit


    If your hostess or host is known for their love of a good cuppa tea, then you need look no further for the perfect gift. It includes rose petals, green tea, mint leaves, rooibos, lemongrass, and other herbs and leaves, so they can create their own perfect blend. Add a vintage tea cup from your favorite antique store for extra style and thoughtfulness.

    $40 at Red Envelope | Buy

    | Posted 19 Nov, 2013 in Food and Drink by Janet
  • Dark Chocolate Cranberry Cookies


    Any awkward encounter or frosty reception will soon make way for holiday cheer when you present freshly baked cookies. Fact: No grudge can hold up in the presence of baked goods. Dark chocolate and cranberry cookies make for the perfect post-dinner snack, and these tasty treats also benefit kids fighting cancer.

    $30 at Cookies For Kids Cancer | Buy

    | Posted 19 Nov, 2013 in Food and Drink by Rene
  • Frankie’s Organic Olive Oil


    Fancy-pants organic olive oil is a super host gift because:

    1. It is fancy.
    2. The host would probably not buy this for their own use.
    3. It is delicious.

    And, for a bonus, check out that awesome can it comes in! No gift wrap required. Cold-pressed in Sicily, Frankie’s Organic Olive Oil is a family-owned operation that takes great care and pride in their artisan oil. Your host will be so impressed by this token, you just might get invited back.

    $30 at Old Faithful Shop | Buy

    | Posted 13 Nov, 2013 in Food and Drink by Rene
  • Halloween Candy Bar Jars


    Feast your eyes on a deadly (cute) assortment of gruesome (delicious) Halloween tricks (treats) to terrify (delight) ghosts (party-goers) and goblins (you).

    This clever little jarred assortment of sweet treats comes perfectly packaged for a Halloween party or as an autumn-inspired pick-me-up for teachers, neighbors and friends.

    $28 at Paper Polaroid | Buy

    (set of 8)

    | Posted 07 Oct, 2013 in Food and Drink by Rene
  • Goodies Snacks


    Marathon days of work, meetings, school, carpool, errands and more can lead to skipping lunch or finding yourself stuck in traffic at 5 p.m. and starving. Sign up for Goodies and always have ample snacks on hand. Goodies sends you a delicious package of the latest and greatest in snack foods for a mere $7 a month. Just, please, try not to eat all of the tasty snacks at once.

    $7 at Goodies | Buy

    | Posted 26 Aug, 2013 in Food and Drink by Rene
  • Shake Rattle & Roll Cocktail Shaker


    A cocktail shaker is a nearly universal gift- except for children’s birthday parties; sorry, kids- because who wouldn’t love adding some retro-cool cocktail flair to their bar? And, more importantly, who doesn’t love a good martini? Izola’s series of stainless steel shakers each have a witty saying etched into them, but we were (obviously) drawn to the straightforward command to shake, rattle and roll.

    $36 at Izola | Buy

    | Posted 13 Aug, 2013 in Food and Drink by Rene
  • Meriwether Classic Six Pack Carrier


    Labor Day is pretty much the last chance you’ll have to tote a six pack and some friends to the nearest body of water for a day of swimming, picnicking, and summer fun-having. Do it in style with some of your favorite locally brewed artisanal ales toted in this reusable wooden six pack carrier. It even comes with a bottle opener on the side!

    $40 at Meriweather Montana | Buy

    | Posted 12 Aug, 2013 in Food and Drink by Janet
  • 1 Gallon Beer Kit


    Dads, grads, newlyweds- hell, basically anyone who likes a good beer will love receiving this cool home brewing set as a gift. The 1 Gallon Brewery In A Box Beer Kit is a smaller, more manageable brewing system and includes everything you need to get hoppy at home.

    $115 at Urban Brewery | Buy

    | Posted 12 Jun, 2013 in Food and Drink by Rene
  • Tula Champagne Coupes


    A wedding reception isn’t complete without champagne toasts, so have the happy couple and their wedding party drink out of these 1930s-style champagne coupes. Each glass (the set includes six) is slightly different, and the unique shape of the glasses allows them to easily be stacked for that cool champagne fountain trick.

    $70 at BHLDN | Buy

    | Posted 20 May, 2013 in Food and Drink by Janet
  • Silicone Wine Glasses


    Who better to imbibe in a cocktail encased in bendable, durable silicone than a mother? That woman is either chasing a toddler or carrying a metric ton of baby gear. She needs a drink, and that drink needs to be as ready-to-go as she is.

    $19 at Uncommon Goods | Buy

    (Set of 2)

    | Posted 01 May, 2013 in Food and Drink by Rene
  • Stack Wines


    Here is a great reason to kick off picnic season. Stacks are a set of four wine ‘glasses’ zipped up in a sleeve for easy transport. Unzip, pop the glasses apart, and toast to the return of outdoor drinking. It is that easy, and yes, the wine is that good.

    $13 at Liquorama | Buy

    | Posted 01 Apr, 2013 in Food and Drink by Rene
  • Tea For All Reasons Downton Abbey Blend Tea


    One simply cannot watch Downton Abbey without a proper cup of English tea. It just isn’t done. This blend of Orange Pekoe black tea, grenadine, and vanilla is aromatic, slightly sweet, and a little dark - just like our favorite show. Putting your tea in a cup emblazoned with the phrase “Free Mr. Bates!” is optional, but highly recommended.

    $6 at Tea For All Reasons | Buy

    | Posted 05 Feb, 2013 in Food and Drink by Janet
  • Molecule-R Molecular Gastronomy Kit


    Turn the traditional Valentine’s Day steak and lobster dinner into steak foam and lobster beads that burst in the mouth. You and your honey will have a blast experimenting with this kit that includes five pre-measured food additives, five specialized molecular tools, and a 50-recipe DVD to help you get started on the journey to food transformation.

    $59 at | Buy

    | Posted 24 Jan, 2013 in Food and Drink by Janet
  • Himalayan Salt Tequila Glasses


    Wine isn’t your significant other’s thing. They would rather spend hours tasting and discussing the merits of reposado, blanco and añejo tequilas, and they shudder when someone orders a frozen margarita at a restaurant. Treat them to this set of four shot glasses carved from pink Himalayan salt. They’ll add a nuanced, salty tinge to shot, but don’t forget a few lime wedges and a bottle of their favorite tequila.

    $30 at Uncommon Goods | Buy

    | Posted 24 Jan, 2013 in Food and Drink by Janet
  • Compartés Mexican Hot Chocolate Truffles


    Spice up the traditional February 14th box of chocolates, South of the Border style. Rich artisan dark chocolate is taken to another level with hot chocolate and cinnamon, then printed with Mexican Dia de los Muertos skulls to warn your tongue of the fiery inferno to come. Yum!

    $25 at Compartes Chocolatier | Buy

    | Posted 23 Jan, 2013 in Food and Drink by Janet
  • Lovebirds Cookie Platter


    Some gals and guys aren’t really into candy, but gourmet cookies send their hearts a-racing every time. Instead of a box of chocolates, this selection of twelve hand-decorated, hand-baked chocolate sugar cookies is sure to be a hit come February 14th. We especially adore the lovebirds cookies - how tweet!

    $35 at Trish Lynch | Buy

    | Posted 22 Jan, 2013 in Food and Drink by Janet
  • Organic Spanish Chocolate Bars


    Valentine’s Day means chocolate to a lot of people, but why does it have to be a boring Whitman’s Sampler (no offense to those of you who love it)? These decadent bars are made in Spain from organic ingredients, and come in some pretty amazing gourmet flavors, like Milk Chocolate with Orange and Cardamom, Dark Chocolate with Extra Virgin Olive Oil, and White Chocolate with Lemon and Pink Peppercorn. At just $7 apiece, you can pick up all five flavors for the price of one of those heart-shaped boxes - and be assured that your gourmet-loving sweetie will eat every last bite, as opposed to discreetly throwing said heart-shaped box away.

    $7 at Schoolhouse Electric | Buy

    | Posted 17 Jan, 2013 in Food and Drink by Janet
  • Bamboo Sushi Set


    Irasshaimase! (The traditional Japanese sushi bar greeting, literally meaning, “Come in!”) Now you can have the sushi bar experience on your sofa with this perfectly proportioned bamboo sushi tray, chopsticks, and soy sauce dipping dish. Get a few spicy tuna hand rolls and some sashimi from your favorite sushi joint, queue up a Miyazaki movie on your DVD player, and enjoy a night in.

    $16 at Urban Outfitters | Buy

    | Posted 10 Jan, 2013 in Food and Drink by Janet
  • BKR Bottles


    Beloved by eco-conscious celebs like Natalie Portman, these glass water bottles are encased in candy-hued silicone sleeves to ensure they won’t break every time you drop ‘em. They feature a leak-proof silicone gasket and polypropylene cap, and are even dishwasher safe. Available in 16 colors.

    $28 at Spirit Beauty Lounge | Buy

    | Posted 09 Jan, 2013 in Food and Drink by Janet
  • Chile Crunch Condiment


    Move over, Sriracha, Tabasco, and salsa, there’s a new spicy topper in town. This crunchy, tongue-teasing condiment is made from roasted chiles, herbs, spices, garlic, and onions sauteed in canola oil. Spoon it onto any savory food (or some sweet ones) to instantly oomph up the heat factor.

    $9 at West Elm | Buy

    | Posted 08 Jan, 2013 in Food and Drink by Janet
  • Eli’s Frango Mint Cheesecake


    Ever sampled a chocolatey, peppermint-y Frango Mint? You got addicted, didn’t you? Well, now those melty delights have been transformed into cheesecake perfect for bringing to holiday dinner parties as a dessert-slash-hostess gift. Don’t be surprised, though, if you have to fight the other guests for the last crumbs on the plate.

    $55 at Macy's | Buy

    | Posted 03 Jan, 2013 in Food and Drink by Janet
  • Christmas Hat and Sweater Bottle Topper


    Top that bottle of bubbly you’re gifting to your hairstylist with this sweet red-and-white Nordic patterned sweater & stocking cap, and you’ll instantly make that $10 bottle seem more like a $25 one. Devious? Maybe, but with so many people to give gifts to this year, you’ve got to make that budget stretch somehow.

    $5 at Cost Plus World Market | Buy

    | Posted 03 Jan, 2013 in Food and Drink by Janet
  • Williams-Sonoma Peppermint Bark


    Want to get in good with your mother-in-law? Bring a tin of this decadent peppermint bark to Christmas dinner or the ornament exchange party she’s hosting. One bite of the layered Guittard chocolate, white chocolate, and crunchy handmade peppermint candy-studded bark, and she’s sure to forgive any sins, perceived or otherwise.

    $40 at Williams Sonoma | Buy

    | Posted 02 Jan, 2013 in Food and Drink by Janet
  • French Farm Coffee Collection


    Staying overnight? Thank your host in the morning with a chic glass jar of French Farm Coffee. Pick from one of four blends of whole bean coffee and score some major guest points over breakfast.

    $25 at Farmhouse Wares | Buy

    | Posted 18 Dec, 2012 in Food and Drink by Rene

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