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  • Bicycle Old Fasioned Glass


    Queen said it best: I want to ride my bicycle, I want to ride my bike! This set of screen-printed old fashioned glasses will charm any lucky recipient. Sipping cocktails out of whimsically designed glasses in a rainbow of colors? Weeeee!

    $75 at Vital | Buy

    (Set of 10)

    | Posted 29 Dec, 2011 in Food and Drink by Rene
  • Grow At Home Mushroom Kit


    Mist and grow, it’s that simple. Grow your own fancy pearl oyster mushrooms in your kitchen, right in the box. Snatch off a few stems when you need them and watch for more ‘shrooms to bloom. Just like that, you’re a localvore.

    $20 at Abe's Market | Buy

    | Posted 19 Dec, 2011 in Food and Drink by Rene
  • Gingerhaus Ultimate Gingerbread House Kit


    Don’t freak out- this gingerbread house kit is totally doable. Gingerhaus supplies the frame for your confectionery mansion, so all you really have to do is a little baking and add the decorative flair. And then snack on it through New Year’s, of course. A fun and fancy way to embrace the holidays.

    $30 at Sur La Table | Buy

    | Posted 12 Dec, 2011 in Food and Drink by Rene
  • Wine Bottle Attire


    Cozy up that wine gift, it’s cold out there! Holiday party wine bottles call for festive attire- a jaunty hat and scarf. No need for mittens.

    $10 at Sundance Catalog | Buy

    (Buy 3 or more sets for $8 each)

    | Posted 28 Nov, 2011 in Food and Drink by Christy
  • Villa Manadori Balsamic


    Aged balsamic vinegar that will make your next dinner party a hit with some french bread and mozzarella. This stuff is to die for!

    $50 at Williams-Sonoma | Buy

    | Posted 24 Nov, 2011 in Food and Drink by Jeff
  • Harry & David Trailside Gift Box


    A perfect gift for co-workers or friends. It includes a gourmet assortment of nuts, moose-munch, sausage, and cheese.

    $20 at Harry & David | Buy

    | Posted 20 Nov, 2011 in Food and Drink by Jeff
  • Spiced Acorn S’mores


    Make your hosts ever-so thankful for inviting you to Thanksgiving. Presenting a platter of Spiced Acorn S’mores will, in fact, secure your return invitation for years to come. Two Hearts Bakery whips up these delectable treats, sealing hand-cut marshmallows (made with cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg) between cinnamon-spiced graham crackers. And then they dip that entire pile of deliciousness in dark chocolate. Congratulations, you’ve just earned a seat at the adults table.

    $25 at Williams-Sonoma | Buy

    | Posted 14 Nov, 2011 in Food and Drink by Rene
  • Whiskey Lover Set By Teroforma


    Make like the country club set and enjoy some whiskey by a roaring fire this winter. Teroforma has made a one-stop set for distinguished imbibing- minus the hooch, of course. The set includes two crystal tumblers (fancy!) and 6 whiskey stones that will keep the good stuff nice and cold. Cheers to that!

    $60 at Seltzer Studios | Buy

    | Posted 10 Nov, 2011 in Food and Drink by Rene
  • Chocolate Ghosts


    Hands off, trick-or-treaters! These delicious treats are for grown-ups only. While the kids are gorging themselves on fun-sized candy bars, the adults can enjoy hand-dipped white chocolate ghosts, a seasonal treat from renowned chocolatier L.A. Burdick. Pair with some spiked cider for a spooky good time.

    $18 at L.A. Burdick | Buy

    | Posted 10 Oct, 2011 in Food and Drink by Rene
  • Trolley Cooler


    For a serious tailgater, serious gear is required. Insulated and waterproof, the cheerful, easy-to-spot orange trolley will smoothly tote tons of goodies to the next big game and fold up neatly when you’re all out of beer.

    $80 at Crate and Barrel | Buy

    | Posted 03 Aug, 2011 in Food and Drink by Rene
  • Teacupcakes Cupcake Molds


    Would you like a cup of tea to go with your cup of cupcake? A teacup-shaped silicone mold is a clever and cute way to serve a delicious spot of treat.

    $15 at Paper Source | Buy

    | Posted 02 Aug, 2011 in Food and Drink by Rene
  • Salad Dressing Shaker


    If you prefer your vinaigrette shaken, not stirred, invest in a eye-pleasing shaker that adds style to the table and flavor to your salad.

    $24 at Grounded | Buy

    | Posted 07 Jun, 2011 in Food and Drink by Rene
  • Glass Salt Bowl


    Seasoning never looked so pretty. Keep your salt handy while cooking with a lovely glass bowl perfect for prep or snacks.

    $14 at Canoe | Buy

    | Posted 07 Jun, 2011 in Food and Drink by Rene
  • Linen Tray


    This charming linen tray is technically meant for children, but we won’t tell if you use it to pass around treats at your next party. Made in Lithuania by Fog Linen.

    $27 at Mjolk | Buy

    | Posted 31 May, 2011 in Food and Drink by Rene
  • Mesh Food Cover


    There is nothing grosser than realizing a tantalizing picnic spread has suddenly turned into an insect playground. Toss on a few food covers to protect the delectables and chow down without having to check for tiny legs. (Ew.)

    $13 at Bed Bath & Beyond | Buy

    | Posted 24 May, 2011 in Food and Drink by Rene
  • Bamboo Wine Table


    Make any spot in your yard a romantic rendezvous for two. Stab the bamboo stake into the grass and enjoy some wine and cheese as you take in the scenery.

    $22 at Uncommon Goods | Buy

    | Posted 20 May, 2011 in Food and Drink by Rene
  • Stanley Classic Flask


    Camping trip with the kids? Flight grounded in Boise? Road trip with you in-laws? You need a flask. Pack this essential stainless steel Stanley flask, and good luck.

    $20 at Dundee General Store | Buy

    | Posted 18 May, 2011 in Food and Drink by Rene
  • If You Can’t Stand the Heat Tray


    A boldly graphic melamine tray that let’s your guests know who’s the boss in the kitchen.

    $13 at CB2 | Buy

    (On sale)

    | Posted 29 Apr, 2011 in Food and Drink by Rene
  • Mandarin Curve Teapot


    Kick back with a cozy cup of tea and bask in the glow of this supremely cheerful teapot. This citrus-hued beauty comes with its own infuser for fancy teas and will instantly liven up your your table.

    $72 at Conran Shop | Buy

    | Posted 13 Apr, 2011 in Food and Drink by Rene
  • Yellow Knit Cozy Bone Ceramic Cup


    A snuggly mug is the best kind. This ceramic cup comes with a handknit cozy, perfect for protecting your skin from too-hot coffee but still allowing you to warm your hands up.

    $26 at Sprout Home | Buy

    | Posted 05 Apr, 2011 in Food and Drink by Rene
  • Spice Rub Collection


    Why pick just one when you can give your favorite foodie Dean & Delucas’ entire collection of nine spice rubs? If they’re feeling Cajun or Moroccan, or anything in between, their meat is covered. Stand by the grill and reap the tasty spoils of your gift.

    $60 at Dean & DeLuca | Buy

    | Posted 05 Apr, 2011 in Food and Drink by Rene
  • Caracas Cookies


    Mix up the traditional tea time assortment with some tropical flair. Elsylee’s scrumptious poppy seed thumbprint cookies are buttery and delicious with sweet mango-pineapple yumminess in the center. Give a gift of a dozen Caracas cookies to a foodie looking to stretch their sweet sensibilities, and reward yourself with a few for being oh-so thoughtful.

    $9 at Elsylee | Buy

    (price is for 12)

    | Posted 04 Apr, 2011 in Food and Drink by Rene
  • Mean Beans


    Substitute Mean Beans for pickles and be pleasantly surprised. These spicy stringbeans are pickled in cayenne and dill and add plenty of zing to a Bloody Mary (forget the boring celery) or to any dish that needs a little heat and oomph.

    $10 at Ricks Picks | Buy

    | Posted 04 Apr, 2011 in Food and Drink by Rene
  • Sel Gris French Grey Salt


    Himalayan Pink Salt is sooo last year. Sel Gris (grey salt) from Brittany is where it’s at- perfect for seasoning your foodie’s leafy greens and grilled veggies. Ooh la la.

    $6 at DAS Foods | Buy

    | Posted 04 Apr, 2011 in Food and Drink by Rene
  • Les Moulins Mahjoub Wild Mountain Capers


    Capers aren’t popular in the States, but they are ubiquitous in Europe. Maybe 2011 will be the year capers make it big across the globe. Help spread the trend with the good stuff- hand picked in Tunisia and then coated in sea salt. Capers instantly adds depth to sauces and gravy, or can even liven up tuna fish salad. Your foodie will thank you.

    $10 at Sur La Table | Buy

    | Posted 01 Apr, 2011 in Food and Drink by Rene

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