Heirloom masa and supplies company, Masienda, partnered with legendary Oaxaca tortilla maker, Doña Rosa, to create this gorgeous, adjustable, limited-edition, hand-crafted tortilla press.
Who needs a fancy linen apron that looks like a dress? The people you love, that's who. Designed by ridiculously talented food stylist and cookbook writer, Mariana Velásquez.
Created by a bread baker for bread bakers, this cast iron pan supports exceptional bread making. Separately the bottom doubles as a griddle and the top as a Dutch oven. Craftsmanship at its finest!
My original Zojirushi lasted over 30 years! Zojirushi Automatic Rice Cooker is an easy machine with two functions: COOK and WARM. It’s simple but makes the best pot of sushi rice without any effort.
This smart thermometer is a grill master's dream. It's like a toy for adults and it also really works. I swear it's the one and only gift I've ever given to my dad that he actually uses and loves.
Between its beautiful American-made craftsmanship and the option to engrave, this giftable, top-tested cast iron pan is bound to become an instant heirloom passed on for generations.
Sichuan peppercorns impart a wildly unique spice and tongue tingling element. Just a smidge is enough to finish off your fried rice, your chicken wing marinade, and even as a floater in a cocktail.
Black urfa chili is the best thing I bought for my kitchen in 2021. The Turkish chili is the perfect combination of salty, smoky, sweet, and sour. It’s especially great on roasted vegetables.
Get un-twizzled and wrap your lips around this flavorful, vegan, sustainable, kosher, low sugar licorice. The huckleberry, watermelon, and strawberry flavors rock, and the Sourrageous candies are outrageous!
Each of these bitters is a blend of ingredients that produces unique flavors for cocktails AND cooking. I adore Jamaican No 2 with hibiscus, grapefruit, ginger, and vanilla. It's a new world in a drop.
Chelsea Kravitz not only crafts intricate pastries, she is an artist looking for every way to support those in need. 100 percent of every purchase of her quirky prints is donated to mutual aid funds.
My baking-loving niece practically jumped for joy at the sight of these whimsical sprinkle blends and powders, which make decorating cookies and cupcakes even more fun during the holidays and any day.
This champagne is exceptional without cresting the $100 mark. Adding some glasses say "this is a gift ... but wouldn't it be more fun if we enjoyed it now, together?"
Charcuterie boards were just the beginning ... and we know any food becomes more fabulous when placed on a board. These one-of-a-kind wooden servers, crafted by artisans, will be your perfect canvas.
Dips and olives need pretty vessels too! These marble and brass dip bowls are perfect for the host or hostess who is obsessed with the little details. The best part is that there are so many options!
These glasses bring memories of my mother entertaining when I was young ... and the fight over them with my sister as adults. Fight no more! Bring some mid-century modern to your table. Cheers!
A quality decanter like this one from Luigi Bormioli is a key element to any successful dinner or wine and cheese party that involves vino rosso.
These can be used for whiskey or as stemless wine glasses, and you can set them straight up or tilt them at a 50-degree angle. Gift to anyone who loves a pretty tablescape (and a cool party trick).
Our friends at Liquor.com chose their favorite tools for making cocktails. This stuff is gorgeous, it works well, and it packs the promise of a steady stream of delicious cocktail concoctions.
Johnnie Walker Blue Label is an unrivaled masterpiece–an exquisite combination of Scotland’s rarest and most exceptional whiskies. An extraordinary whisky for extraordinary occasions.
Haus makes 15-20% ABV wine-based apéritifs using fruits, herbs, and botanicals. My favorite is Ginger Yuzu, but the Bitter Clove is a winter essential. The membership/subscription starts at $40/month.
This highly drinkable, lightly fermented bottle of black currant liqueur can be enjoyed neat or mixed. It’s also less than $30, which makes it a great holiday host gift!
This maple tree nectar has renewed purpose through this collection from Runamok. Your holiday bar and cocktails will be better for them. Your guests will start adding "master mixologist" to your name.
Style meets sustainability in this soda maker, available in chic colors like sand and brass. It's a bit of a splurge, but it allows the mixologist in your life to add a splash while reducing waste.
This beautiful object is sourced by Marie Kondo and made by a Japanese design team. The weight of the stone gently presses liquid from vegetables when making fresh pickles and doubles as a sculpture.
This is the gift that keeps on giving, literally: herbs, vegetables and greens. It's a functional, stylish, and edible gift for all. No green thumbs required.
These African ebony wood boards are stunning. Made from Taylor guitar scraps, owner Bob Taylor created them to be more socially and economically responsible. Sustainablity never looked so good.
Some people swoon over food (me) and some people swoon over handmade kitchenware (also, me). Gift the same ceramics, as a centerpiece or dishware, that major food stylists and restaurateurs use.
Jumping on the compost wagon can be hard, especially when it is not a community effort. Now, be your own community with this sleek Vitamix Foodcycler that breaks down food waste into fertilizer.
This unique find is perfect for anyone you know who wants to have "the coolest toaster on the block." The Sowden Toaster is 1950s chic meets Swatch (IYKYK). Bread beware...
The babka brick you didn't know you needed. Saw off hunks for munching or use to make a holiday worthy breakfast French toast. This Brooklyn-based company ships nationwide for hassle-free gifting.
Renowned for its Cuban sandwich, Miami's Versailles Restaurant has made it easy to get this famous sammy anywhere in the country. When you have a hankering, satisfaction is just key strokes away.
We got my teenage son a Bokksu Box full of Japanese treats last year and he loved it. It's a box filled with little wrapped gifts of deliciousness and so many moments of delight.
I may be biased, but these are perfect for anyone and any palate. Our editors carefully curated the best food baskets to support some of our favorite U.S.A. makers, while highlighting the trends we're consuming and the bites we're always craving.
Two things that are awesome: 1) a gift that keeps on giving 2) and CHEESE! Combine them both for a cheese lover in your life with this monthly subscription.
Kermit's does everything right when it comes to key lime pie, from the graham-cracker crust and the tart filling to the whipped cream on top.
Because no one has ever said, "I prefer my rosé warmed by the heat of the sun." Put an already chilled bottle in this, and it will stay cold for up to 6 hours.
Sustainability is a big focus for me this year, so of course I'm going ham over reusable snack bags. Whether you want to pack nuts for a road trip or prep food to sous vide, these bags are the answer.
This perfect, tiny, lightweight folding chair makes picnicking anywhere possible and infinitely more comfortable. It folds into a tube the size of a bread loaf. Wrap it up with a to-go cocktail.
You know the name and its road-tested durability. Whether on a road trip, chilling in the backyard, or in need of some extra storage, this cooler gets it done and done!
Despite its relatively small size, this portable speaker pumps out some serious volume and bass and is always nearby when I'm grilling or dining al fresco.
Cornhole, anyone? Help them score major points at the next picnic or backyard bash with these travel-ready games that keep kids—and kids at heart—entertained.
Food insecurity is a bigger issue than ever this year. As we head into the holiday season, help by making a donation to No Kid Hungry.