December 12, 2018

GIFTS FOR THE GOURMAND

Artisanal vinegars, a surrealist wine guide, and more…

Maybe they’re a whiz in the kitchen. And maybe they’re just really quick on OpenTable. Food is a passion, whether they’re cooking, dining, or just reading about it. Give them something delicious that won’t expire before 2019 rolls around (from left to right).

  1. Part kitchen tool, part objet d’art.
    Georg Jensen Alfredo Pepper Grinder, $150. Forty Five Ten.
  2. A surrealist master’s subversive account of the fruit of the vine.
    Dalí The Wines of Gala, $60. The TASCHEN Library at The Joule. 
  3. Fun and unexpected compilation of more than 800 menu designs from the mid-19th century to the ’80s.
    Menu Design in America, $60. The TASCHEN Library at The Joule 
  4. A trio of greek vinegars with nuanced, fruity notes.
    Kolossos Organic Wine Vinegar, $13 each. Commissary. 
  5. Pies, charcuterie, dry-aged steaks, wine…sometimes perusing the options is half the fun.
    Gift card from Commissary, available in any increment. 

The Details: Find more foodie-approved gifts downtown at Forty Five Ten, 1615 Main Street; The TASCHEN Library at The Joule, 1530 Main Street; and Commissary, 1217 Main Street. 


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