Food Gifts

Jam Tarts from Mrs Wheelbarrow’s Practical Pantry

by Maggie Battista
Jam Tarts from Mrs Wheelbarrow’s Practical Pantry

I could type a million wonderful things about Cathy Barrow. I could tell you about how sweet she was to me and so many others as an early Food52 community member; we were all just doing our thing, sharing our favorite dishes, and she was the cheerleader of every good recipe. I could tell you

Dave’s Coffee Talks (Coffee) Shop, Tiramisu, & Boozy Coffee Milk

by Kate H. Knapp
Dave’s Coffee Syrup

Coffee. Incredible how one simple word can cause such happiness. And one small Rhode Island company is certainly making people smile with their one-of-a-kind creations. We’ve been long-time fans of Dave’s Coffee–in fact, their coffee syrup is always a big hit at our pop-up events and we’ve even featured their shop before. We caught up with Dave Lanning, CEO of Dave’s Coffee, to

10 Starter Cookbooks for a Well-Loved Kitchen

by Kate H. Knapp
10 Starter Cookbooks for a Well-Loved Kitchen

One whiff of cinnamon and I am transported back to my maternal grandmother’s pantry. Amidst the jarred peaches, homemade chili sauce, hanging pots, and jars of mayonnaise (she never refrigerated the stuff, but I somehow survived), there was one shelf stacked high with her favorite cookbooks. She would often send me in search of a particular recipe in

Homemade Grenadine Syrup

by Angela Brown
Homemade Pomegranate Grenadine Syrup

My home cocktail bar is filled with my favorite small batch gin, vodka, tequila, rum, whiskey, bourbon and rye — say that fives times fast! I keep several compliments like vermouth and various fruit-flavored liquors. And, in addition to homemade simple syrup (1 part water to 1 part sugar) and various bitters, there’s always, always

Happy New Year and Cranberry Vanilla Syrup Cocktails

by Maggie Battista
Happy New Year and Cranberry Vanilla Syrup Cocktails

Well, folks, it’s been a year. It’s been the sort of year that teaches you loads about yourself — what you love to do, what you don’t love so much, and where your sweet spot really is. The holiday pop-up was a revelation — it was so much fun for me! I loved hearing your

Five Reasons to Love Share Boards (and What’s a Share Board?)

by Maggie Battista
Share Boards: Why I Love Them and YOU Should Too

As we head into the last celebration of 2014, I wanted to gush for a moment on what you probably call cheese plates or meat plates or some-plate-filled-with-cheese-and-meat-and-crackers-and-such. I now affectionately call them “Share Boards” — because they always end up being big boards or entire tables filled with anything delicious upon which we all

Rose Sugar Jars

by Maggie Battista
Rose Sugar on Style Me Pretty

I can’t believe we’re here. Happy Christmas Eve, folks! I hope this holiday is the best one yet. I need a few last minute gifts so I’m busy baking cookies and tying ribbons right now. If you need something last minute, try this easy recipe I created for Style Me Pretty Living. It’s simple: mix

Salt Dough Ornaments

by Melissa Massello
Salt Dough Ornaments

I’m a sucker for ornaments and think they make some of the very best gifts, especially when they are handmade. And this simple, three-ingredient recipe for salt dough ornaments is the perfect way to add special memories to your loved ones traditions. Happy tree trimming! -Kate The very first kitchen craft I remember making with

What We’re Loving: Cookies for Gifting

by Kate H. Knapp
What We’re Loving: Holiday Cookie for Gifting

The holidays really are the most wonderful time of year, especially when they are filled with sweet, homemade cookies. The simple gesture of a baked gift is one that goes far with friends, family, and neighbors. Cookies are so popular as a gift, in fact, that people host parties centered around exchanging favorite recipes. These

The Simplest Hostess Gift: Sinful Garlic Bread

by Denise Woodward
Simple and Giftable Garlic Bread

With just a week leading up to Christmas and New Years, I believe you’re the sort who has at least one dinner party to attend. Forget the wine, table the flowers, and let someone else handle dessert. You bring this and bake it at the party — make sure to ask the hostess for a

Baking Chez Moi and Vous with Dorie Greenspan

by Kate H. Knapp
Baking Chez Moi and Vous with Dorie Greenspan

It’s really quite impossible not to adore Dorie Greenspan. With several incredible cookbooks under her belt–Baking: From My Home to Yours, Around My French Table, and Baking With Julia (yes, the Julia Child)–a lovely blog, and a very popular baking club, Tuesdays With Dorie, as well as the sweetest smile and an ever-so-friendly disposition, she is

What We’re Loving: Homemade Hostess Gifts

by Rachel Wilson
What We’re Loving: Homemade Hostess Gifts

  The holiday season has arrived, and chances are that you will be a guest in someone else’s home for at least one, if not many, holiday soirees. No guest likes to arrive empty handed, but it can be difficult to think of a unique and meaningful gift for your hostess (holiday madness!). Maggie’s upcoming

Order Your Island Creek Oysters Now, Just in Time for the Holidays

by Maggie Battista
Order Your Island Creek Oysters Now, Just in Time for the Holidays

‘Tis the season for shucking, especially when it involves these briny, gorgeous, bi-valve-vy goodness! I am a huge oyster fanatic and owe that love to Island Creek Oysters, the farm with some of the best oysters in all the land. If you follow Eat Boutique, you know they’ve participated in my markets since this very beginning — they

Tatte Bakery: The Life and Loves of a Professional Baker

by Kate H. Knapp
The Lovely Lady Behind Tatte Bakery

Tzurit Or changes people’s lives with simply an oven and a great deal of creativity. It’s true. She weaves magic into her incredibly flaky pastry, coaxes depths of flavor from a simple ingredient, and alters your dessert perceptions with just one bite. She has long been one of our favorite people and owns one of our all-time favorite

Sunday Donuts & Drip Coffee Social with Eat Boutique

by Amy Feiereisel
Sunday Donuts & Drip Coffee Social with Eat Boutique

Today. Today is the day. Today Eat Boutique’s Holiday Pop-Up Shop opens its doors, and stays that way until just before Christmas! We are so elated and giddy and excited about this, because we get to be open for most of December,  instead of just one (crazy-lovely) day. And that means making our adorable space

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