Monday, November 5, 2012
Gourmet Food Gifts!
gourmet food as gifts, especially for those people who "have everything!" They are perfect for corporate giving and also great for the man in your life who is just impossible to buy for! Not many of them will be able to resist our Virginia Cocktail peanuts! Add a 6 pack of his favorite micro brewery beer for an added touch. The Funky Chunky tins are also great "guy" gifts, my favorite is the Chip-Zel-Pop- what an amazing combination! We also fell in love with John and Kira's ladybugs, bees, tortoises and pumpkins. These divine chocolate gifts are so delicious and beautifully packaged! They also give back to their community by supporting local community gardens- really cool. Lark Fine Foods is a mother-daughter run company located in Essex, Massachusetts and their award winning sweet and savory short bread cookies are divine and will be that added touch to any cheese plate or appetizer table. Lark's Russian tea cakes are also absolutely delightful- they are a melt-in-your mouth kind of cookie! Based in LA, Droga Confections is also a small company that makes the most delicious caramels and cookies with only the best ingredients, loved by many editors and us! Their holiday boxes are fun and festive (they are also certified Kosher)! Tie a red ribbon around them and your done! V Chocolate's sophisticated toffees and amazing caramels are made with the best Belgian chocolate and ingredients. Their boxes are elegant and perfect for hostess gifts. Bunches and Bunches is a wonderful small bakery based in Seattle, WA, started by Tamalpais Star Roth McCormick who was raised on an organic farm and puts a ton of love in her Cloud cookies and Snaps. They are really tasty (and what amazing packaging)! Ambler Fitzsimon's Blissful Brownies are just that - blissful! We offer them in a bunch of different flavors plus lemon bars and they are made fresh and drop shipped to your home! We must finish this feast with a lovely cup of tea (a nightly ritual for me)! We have a found a great tea company that has recently resurfaced, called G.H Macy & Co. The original founders started imported tea from Asia in 1860 and in the early 1900s was one of the most influential tea company. Family members of the original founders have brought this company back to life, using images from their archives to create simple, elegant packaging. They have a concise collection of 3 teas and we just love them and know you will too!