Three layers of strong Japanese steel are used to make these knives razor-sharp. The trio consists of the 8” classic chef’s knife, the 6” serrated knife, and the nearly 4” paring knife—all with stain-resistant, grippy handles that come in four different hues.
This Californian extra-virgin olive oil is bright and peppery thanks to a blend of five varieties of young, hand-picked olives. The sleek, matte black bottle isn’t just for looks—it has a plastic-free UV coating that protects the oil.
A former New York Magazine food writer launched Great Jones to offer attractive, accessible cookware. The brand’s signature pot is The Dutchess, an enameled cast-iron Dutch oven that comes in tones like mustard and broccoli, and is safe for the stove, oven, and table.
This lightweight waxed cotton apron was designed in collaboration with the chefs of Contra, a contemporary American restaurant in New York City. With thoughtful details like an adjustable neck strap and welted pockets, it’s both comfortable and stylish.
Encourage your recipient to embrace sustainability and design with Porter’s minimalist ceramic food storage set. It includes a bowl, mug, bottle, and glass that are BPA-free and safe to put in the microwave and dishwasher.
HexClad developed unique technology that combines stainless steel and nonstick materials in a single pan. The result is durable, scratch-resistant, and healthier (unlike problematic Teflon).
British designer Tom Dixon is known for his architecturally-inspired homeware pieces. This Art Deco espresso maker would be appreciated by aesthetes and coffee aficionados alike.
A 16-year-old, single barrel, straight rye whiskey, this the newest edition of WhistlePig’s luxury spirit. It was created in collaboration with a skilled Japanese sake, shōchū, and umeshu producer. Tasting notes include tobacco, ginger, baking spices, and umami.
After the success of New York Times columnist and Bon Appétit contributor Alison Roman’s first cookbook, Dining In, her sophomore release has been long awaited. Expect simple-to-execute recipes for entertaining and bold, colorful photography.
Asheville, North Carolina—based East Fork Pottery turns out handsome-yet-functional ceramic kitchenware. Its pieces are crafted from regionally-sourced stoneware clay that’s fired in a gas kiln and finished with glazes that are made in-house.
Every bar of Raaka chocolate is made from un-roasted, single origin cacao beans that are transparently sourced from vetted growers around the globe. The chocolate is made in Red Hook, Brooklyn, and comes in flavors like pink sea salt, oat milk, and green tea crunch.
This winemaker bottles the ideal amount for single-serving consumption: one large glass. The company offers red and rosé, which are made without added sulfites or sugar, and can be purchased in six, 12, and 24-glass boxes.