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Send the Sweetest Thanksgiving Host/Hostess Gift Ever

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What do you give the host who has everything? Only the prettiest, tastiest petit fours ever. These fabulous fall almond cake and apricot jam morsels hail from Manhattan’s Three Tarts bakery. Made by hand and lovingly decorated with the designs and colors, they come 16 pieces to a beautiful gift box for $34. (Incidentally, they’ve got an awesome Indoor S’mores ... Read More »

Get Everything You Need for Thanksgiving Delivered!

Every year, the experts give the same advice for making Thanksgiving successful and relaxing and enjoyable for the host, and you know what’s on top of the list? Don’t make everything yourself. It’s great advice. After all, the last thing you want to do on the one day of the year where you gather together with loved ones and give ... Read More »

Introducing Your Source for Martha Stewart’s Preferred Fresh Cherries

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Just in time for the giving season, we’ve partnered with the sweetest source for sending tasty presents–C.J. Olson Cherries. C.J. Olson Cherries started as a small farm and fruit stand in 1899. More than 100 years later, it’s a historic destination and a must-stop for Martha Stewart when she’s in California and in the mood for spectacularly juicy and flavorful ... Read More »

Introducing Pulaski Meats and the Most Awesome Pork EVER

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The only thing more seductive than the smell of pork is the taste of pork, especially good pork. It’s the reason there are bacon mail-order clubs and bacon, well, everything, and ham is the choice for Christmas tables around the country. But not all pork is created equal. You need only enjoy a single bite of the astoundingly good pork ... Read More »

How Well Do You Know Your Regional Pizzas?

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While New York is famous for its thin crust slices so large you have to fold it in half to eat it, no one region can lay claim to the country’s best pizza. There are just too many versions and at the end of the day, you can’t go wrong with dough, cheese, and tangy tomato sauce. Here’s a look ... Read More »

Gift Baskets Worth Giving: Introducing Manhattan Fruitier

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Funny thing about gift baskets: they tend to be so full of promise–delicious fruits! Artisan foods! Pretty, reusable packaging! Unfortunately, they rarely deliver. Not true for our new partner, Manhattan Fruiter. They saw that unmet potential and did the only sane thing: created a gift-basket company offering gorgeous, artistic, edible arrangements that taste as good as they look. Take the ... Read More »

Introducing the Fatted Calf!

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There’s nothing we love more than finding and introducing you to the next delicious thing, and Northern California’s Fatted Calf definitely fits the bill. Favored by the New York Times and Saveur Magazine and deemed “charcuterie stars” by Russ Parsons of the Los Angeles Times, Fatted Calf is one of the nation’s top sources for exceptional quality meat. The Fatted ... Read More »

Scenes from Rachael Ray’s Feedback Event

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Last week, we had the pleasure of serving some of America’s best desserts to NYC foodies–and even a supermodel–as part of the New York Food and Wine Festival. Rachael Ray hosted the event at the beautiful Bowery Hotel, where Ray fans and food enthusiasts imbibed, ate, and danced the night away. Here are a few mouthwatering highlights from the event! ... Read More »

Gourmet Halloween Treats Adults Will Love, Too

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Step away from the kids’ trick-or-treat bags. These gourmet Halloween treats are so tasty and sophisticated, you might want to eat them all year. Made for adults, but kids will love them too! Amy’s Cookies Amy’s is Brooklyn’s source for impossibly chic cookies you’ll be proud to display at your next path. This year, Amy turns her decorating talents to ... Read More »