From the most luscious caviar to impeccably delicate petit fours, this holiday’s gifts for gourmets will satisfy the most exacting epicure. Highly designed chop sticks make ordering in elegant, or unleash your master chef with Madhur Jaffrey’s classic cookbook, and cookware guaranteed to elevate any recipe.
Inspired by the mania for Japanese floral design and kimonos that swept Florence’s noblewomen in the 18th century, this porcelain vessel brings lush botanicals
Front roe seat
Serve glamour with a caviar kit that combines sturgeon and Kaluga fish roe with blini, latke, waffles and epicu- rean accoutrements from three of the country’s top chefs.
A must-have for serious cooks, this formidable cast-iron pan can handle anything from camp- fires to induction burners; it’s pre-seasoned and won’t scratch your stovetop. For bonus gift- giving points, get it engraved.
Featherweight but heavy on style, these Ichendorf Milano coral-themed drinking glasses bring an insouciant twist to cool beverages.
In this new anniversary edition, Madhur Jaffrey, doyenne of Indian cuisine, guides home chefs through 160 recipes, including mulligatawny soup, whole-wheat samosas and chicken biryani.
This iconic enamel Dutch oven is high performance and low maintenance, allowing you to braise, roast, bake and fry with ease.
Ooh la la! This new, vintage-style set of cups and saucers from one of New York’s best-loved French cafes adds delicacy and delight to afternoon tea.
Handmade in Los Angeles from local clay, this textured bowl brings a cool California sensibility to any holiday table.
This cotton floral fantasia of an oven mitt brings the outside in, perking up even the coldest winter cooking sessions.
A go-to gift for the Hollywood elite, these diminutive cakes bring outsize flavor.
This luxe collab from a Michelin-starred Korean restaurant and celebrated American cutler combines four walnut steak knives and six pairs of melamine chopsticks capped in cast aluminum.
Send the turophile in your life a trio of half-pound selections from a different part of the world each month, chosen by NYC’s top cheese mongers.
All of the fizz, none of the regrets. This pair of white and rosé sparklers are produced with de-alcoholized organic French wines, and accompanied by two crystal flutes.
Off to the vases
Designed in Denmark more than 100 years ago, this 5-inch Scandinavian vase remains a classic for good reason: The clear, mouth-blown glass and gently fluted shape make even bodega bouquets shine.