Eat Boutique and Food52 Craft Extraordinary Collections

by Maggie Battista on August 13, 2013

in Boutique Businesses, Food Gifts, New York

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It was like the pièce de résistance to an otherwise exceptional spring week. I was nervous and excited and in San Francisco. Just before I hopped a plane back east, I had a brief call with Food52. And so it began…

Four months later, Food52 has launched a beautiful new shop and, together, Eat Boutique and Food52 are crafting extraordinary collections for their recipe and DIY food community. Our first collection – the Citron Pressé Set – has just launched and there are only a few sets left – gosh, we’re delighted you love them so much!

We couldn’t be more excited for this collaboration (we just love custom gift styling projects). Food52 will debut another collection soon, so stay tuned.

{Thank you – with hugs and kisses – to everyone at Food52; it’s a joy to chat food with each of you daily.}

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Photos taken by James Ransom/Food52.

Eat Boutique  discovers the best small batch foods by boutique food makers. We share recipes, maker stories and city guides to eating boutique. We host tasting events and markets for food makers, cookbook authors and food fans. We craft seasonal, regional gift and tasting boxes and sell individual items that you can order in the Eat Boutique Shop. You can also follow us on TwitterFacebookInstagramTumblr and Pinterest.

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Maggie Battista

Founder at Eat Boutique
Maggie, is the founder of Eat Boutique. She started Eat Boutique as a blog in 2007, and sold out of her first gift box of small batch independent food in 2009. Maggie continues to offer unique and delicious handmade food in tasting subscriptions and seasonal gift boxes for food fans and home cooks. Maggie also hosts Eat Boutique Markets, where she spotlights cookbook authors and food makers. She’s written for Style Me Pretty, Food52, Time Out New York, Spencer Magazine, and writes a cocktail column for the popular wedding blog, Snippet & Ink. Maggie's also created retail experiences for the largest floral and event design company in New England. She regularly travels far distances to find the next great chef, farmer, food maker or host. You can follow her worldwide – and homemade – gastronomic adventures on Twitter at @mizmaggieb or @eatboutique. Maggie's writing her first-ever cookbook Food Gift Love to be published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in fall 2015.


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  • KF

    Wow! So exciting to see this collaboration – I ordered the oyster salt cellars for a shoot, I can’t wait to see them in person.

    • http://www.eatboutique.com Maggie

      Oh, thank you so much, Kim! We’re thrilled – it’s so fun to take on projects like these and Food52 is a wonderful community. Happy summer. xox

  • chezus

    YEAH! Very exciting. I love the napkins!!!!

    • http://www.eatboutique.com Maggie

      Thanks Denise! I love them too!! xox

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