Gifts for Foodies
- Off-duty, this Ceramic Owl Tea Set ($52 at Steap on 18th Street) will look adorable perched on a kitchen shelf.
- Actual orange slices lend their beauty to these Preserved Orange Earrings ($28) by Philly artist Zoe Einbinder.
- From Omoi Zakka Shop, Tadahiro Baba's Monkey Bottle Opener ($38) is hand-forged from cast iron.
- One swipe of these Wine Wipes ($7.95 at Pinot Boutique) will restore your pearly whites to their pre-wine or -coffee condition.
- Keep your cans and bottles chilly with these one-size-fits-all bottle insulators by The Freaker, $6.57 at Wayne's Flag Lady Gifts.
- From Fairmount boutique Ali's Wagon, this Beer Lover's Gift Basket ($70) will blow their socks off with four USA-crafted glasses made from old Corona bottles, an engraved bottle opener, and an illustr
- Even when empty, Rifle Paper Co.'s Heirloom Recipe Boxes ($149.95 each at Old City's Scarlett Alley) spruce up bare countertops.
- Coffee roasted by Fishtown's ReAnimator Coffee Roaster has a home at the Old City boutique United By Blue. [12-oz bag of coffee, $14]
- From Glenside's Heirloom Home and Studio, theses Porcelain Berry Basket ($18.95) are meant to hold fruit, but we can see these functioning as catch-alls
- For your friend who enjoys dipping stuff into melted cheese and chocolate (who doesn't?), Manayunk's Petit Gourmand has you covered with this Vintage Dansk Mel
- Created by the hands of Philadelphia artist/woodworker Ben McBrien of Farmaus, this Reclaimed Walnut Cutting Board and Bowl Set ($175 at Art Star) is almost too pretty to use. Almost.
- Buy a six-pack ($45) of Barbuzzo's insanely good Salted Caramel Budino, and just try to resist hoarding them all for yourself.