The Year In Food » Fine Seasonal Eating

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Every year I have wanted to make a gift guide, and this year, I am so thrilled to have gotten my act together in time! I really wanted to celebrate some of my favorite small businesses: both food and makers. Dig in!

L to R:

// smoked salmon by my wonderful pals Drifters Fish, the people who brought me to Alaska.
// marble cutting board because marble.
// rivers of america  by the lovely artist duo The Far Woods; all of their work is gorgeous, this is just my favorite.
// alma chocolate This Portland company makes the most wonderful, creative, and super gifty, chocolates!
// basik candles Duh.
// heirloom cloth I have too many dish towels! These are so lovely! What’s one more?
// enamel spoons Spoons are the best gift and these are especially awesome.

// canvas bag This is the greatest bag.
// dishing up the dirt You may know Andrea’s great blog and Instagram; this book is full of awesomely simple recipes inspired by what she farms.
// smoke perfume a friend was wearing this one eve and I felt like I was inappropriately sniffing her, I loved it so much.
// nana joes granola the best granola, made by an awesome San Francisco lady.
// bamboo charcoal soap Because charcoal soap is the best!
// hemingway print We all need this in our kitchens.
// jacobsen salt Is there anything more clever than a tiny travel tin of fine salt? Give this to any friends who love well-seasoned        food and find themselves traveling often.
// matcha tea  Matcha is magic, and since it’s not cheap, it’s a great gift.
// seasonal food calendar Love this beautiful calendar, another fine item to hang in a kitchen.
// brass measuring cups I have a thing for brass kitchenware.
// culture coffee There’s so much great coffee out there, this is one of my fave companies! Love their balanced blends.
// woven ring trivets Cuz they pretty (and useful.)
// mountain mug  So many wonderful ceramicists out there, but new-to-me Margaret and Beau makes beautiful things.

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  • Alana - Just bought the smoke perfume! Can’t wait to try it out!ReplyCancel

  • Nelly Hand - Thank you so much for including our smoked fish in this amazing collection of good folks! Having you up in Alaska is some of my favorite summertime memories. Come back and visit up north again soon. xoReplyCancel

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