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10 Gifts For The Coffee, Cocktail And Wine Geek In Your Life

Smart buys that give the gift of...drink
Feb 10, 2015 2:00 pm

Whether he or she is more likely to be found sipping pomegranate oolong sweetened with raw honey or drooling fanatically over a four-inch-thick wine list, the way to your valentine’s heart is actually through the esophagus rather than the stomach. That might not seem terribly romantic, but trust us — the gifts on this list are bound to please the drink geek in your life.

10 New Kitchen Products To Buy For The Top Chef In Your Life. Or, Yourself.

An assortment of gadgets for any kitchen lover
Dec 16, 2014 10:00 am

Fretting over what to get the resident sous chef in your life? It’s okay. Those who’d rather receive a full-tang chef’s knife over a 4K television can be pickier than Thomas Keller at a farmer’s market. But that’s why we searched high and low to select these ten new kitchen-centric items. From a set of NASA-derived cookware that spreads the warmth like no other to a pasta maker that pushes out noodles in record time, these gifts are sure to satisfy and surprise even the most selective food lover.

20 Coffee-Themed Gifts For The Holiday Season

Gadgets, grinders, books, subscriptions and more
Dec 5, 2014 11:00 am

So you think that very special coffee geek in your life is a little nutty. But does he like his coffee nutty? Perhaps a little citrusy? And, most importantly, where to shop for him? Well, consulting our handy coffee-themed gift compilation is certainly not a bad place to start this holiday season. It's here you'll find a cheat sheet for the most coveted coffee accoutrements, including the latest grinders, brewing tools and — of course — the beautiful beans themselves.

8 Great Gastronomic Gifts For Father's Day

Perfect presents for your food-obsessed father
Jun 5, 2014 9:00 am

Here's a selection of gifts that will show how much dad’s gastronomic passions have inspired you throughout the years — and, hopefully, inspire him to keep on sharing the goodies with you, too.

Buying Guide: 12 Grills For Every Backyard Scene

There's a grilling setup for every stripe
May 19, 2014 11:00 am

As the weather warms up in most parts of the country, the clock starts ticking on outdoor grilling season. This means one thing: If you don't already have a beautiful hunk of metal in your yard (or on your fire escape), it's time to find the grill that's right for you. This guide, covering 12 grills for 12 grilling personalities, might just help.

7 Mother’s Day Food Gifts That You Can Order Online To Save Face

Click, buy, send. Now you are safe.
May 5, 2014 2:00 pm

Forgot to make a Mother’s Day brunch reservation? Or, silently hoping that you’ll be excused from the ritualistic eggs Benedict and mimosa event, and looking for another way to show your appreciation? Or, just want to give a little extra something to that wonderful mother in your life, whether yours or your children’s? Here’s a list of last-minute gift ideas for any food and drink loving mother that will arrive in time for May 11. That’s this Sunday btw. 

One Fully Loaded Indie Easter Basket, Please! (Hold The Plastic Grass)

Ready to win Easter? Cool custom basket time!
Apr 10, 2014 11:00 am

Now's the time to start putting together the baskets that will win Easter this year. It's not a contest, you say? Well then why does artisan gift basket wonderland Mouth even exist? Their Hop Hop Easter Basket boasts a wealth of brag-worthy goodies sure to make that pile of sad foil-wrapped chocolate eggs green with envy.

20 Cookbooks That Can Save Christmas. Or, Just Buy Them Regardless.

Some of our favorite titles from the year
Dec 24, 2013 10:00 am

The year 2013 saw a slight shift in the cookbook publishing world — where books were published not only as a guide to preparing meals at home, but also as a way to document the culture surrounding the food being prepared in a specific place (and in some cases, time). Here are 20 of our favorites. 


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