Finally, a holiday decor theme we can get behind. Snacks should definitely live as decor year-round.
Sure, wine is a great gift. But so are these super cool reusable bags to put wine in!
Not only is this bundle of mini olive oils and vinegars an amazing gift, but it's also something we're definitely keeping for ourselves.
The bonbons of your dreams, in all kinds of interesting flavors from coffee & donuts to high tea.
"Consider this your newest pantry staple. I'm a confident cook but I leave some dishes to the experts. Enter, Omsom. The sampler pack is full loud and bold Thai, Filipino, and Vietnamese flavors that will cut down your cooking time without compromising." -Olivia
A sleek ceramic set to up any holiday tablescape. This grinder can take on whole spices, nuts, and even dried fruit.
Okay, while not everyone would love a bag of heirloom beans, the ones who would know that Rancho Gordo is the top of the top when it comes to beans. Really, these are good.
These Medjool dates will make you re-think everything you thought you knew about medjool dates. Plumpy, soft, sweet, amazing.
"OMG, these cookies. First of all Te Company is one of New York City's true gems and once it is safe to dine in a small setting again, please go there and have a cup of carefully selected Taiwanese tea. But in the meantime, buy yourself these cookies, brightened with lime zest and a kick of chile pepper. They are just lovely." -Carey
Are sausages a weird gift? Whatever. Your family members will appreciate the fact that you care about their health (there are veggies!), and their happiness (these are just... really good!). The pepperoncini really make the broccoli-cheese-pork mashup work.
"On a trip to Tucson, Arizona two years ago, I didn't necessarily expect to find one of the best bean-to-bar chocolates I'd ever had. Monsoon Chocolate is special. This pack shows the breadth of their offerings and how much fun you can have with chocolate." -Carey
These vinegars are stunning and brighten everything from salad to meat. Seriously, they will make you re-think vinegar.
Buying up these foodie socks for everyone we know (read: for ourselves...)
"Every spice Diaspora Co. makes is 100, but I love sprinkling a little bit of this chilli on just about everything." Tyler
"Yes, you read that right - an Ice Cream Gift bundle is all I want for Christmas this year." -Katrina
When you can't make it to the lobster shack, bring it home with you. Luke's Lobster is GOOD and the pieces of lobster are substantial.
This platter is THE crowd pleaser. If you are sharing this with "people that don't like cheese" just see what happens after they try a few of the options here. Cabot Clothbound Cheddar has been a known converter of many a cheese skeptic.
You know the crackers that feel a little too expensive to buy for yourself, but if you happen upon eating them you're like "OMG I didn't know crackers could be so good?" These are them.
"A few years ago I was feeling homesick and my family sent me this Zabars kit chock full of fresh bagels, lox, rugelach, and everything my NY dreams were made of. When you can't go to NY for the real deal, have the real deal come to you." -Olivia
A perfect little winter sweets bundle. All you need is a fire to snuggle next to.
Not sure if these are tasty little cans of tuna, or works of art. Either way, they're a gift to be showcased on any table.
Call it the night, or morning, of our dreams. If you've tried out the sourdough trend, proceed directly to bagel making.
So you've mastered sourdough, but have you tried making bread in a flower pot?
If you missed the spring 2020 sourdough fad, have no fear. This FarmSteady kit has everything you need to get baking, and hopefully get snacking soon.
Ditch the grocery store pumpkin pie and forget apologizing for not hand delivering dessert - Milk Bar's Pumpkin Dulce de Leche is the holiday classic you've been missing all your life.
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