GUIDE: National

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    Tootie Pie Co.

    The pies of Texas are upon you for the holidays—and there ain’t none better (lemon velvet, anyone?), according to Southern Living, the New York Times, Serous Eats and famed food writer John T. Edge. READ REVIEW

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    Twist Your Spirits

    Hoping to be your cocktail savior, this company has partnered with award-winning mixologists to create eight dynamic cocktail recipes, each packed into a compact box with all the ingredients you need—minus the alcohol. READ REVIEW

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    Unbound Pickling

    Marinated in a sweet, spicy brine that’s laced with vanilla and tarragon, these pickled cherries make a perfect topping for roast chicken, funky cheese, or hot salami. READ REVIEW

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    Underground Meats Charcuterie

    The charcuterie from Underground Meats in Madison, Wisconsin is, quite simply, peerless. Every step, from butchering to individually hand-tying the salami, is handled by Underground Meats Charcuteries’s small team of whole-animal butchers. READ REVIEW

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    Valerie Confections

    When was the last time you saw a “best-by” date, hand-written on the bottom of a box? Everything Valerie Gordon touches seems to have that golden touch. READ REVIEW

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    Veestro

    Founded in 2012, Veestro ships their chef-prepared, organic, plant-based, preservative-free meals straight to your door. READ REVIEW

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    Whimsy and Spice

    Whimsy and Spice's powdered little cubes are ripe for the munching. And in flavors like passionfruit and maple, that's how their makers intended them. READ REVIEW

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    Whole Spice

    The husband-and-wife spice-slinging team of Shuli and Ronit Madmone met in Northern California back in the ‘90s, it couldn’t have been a more perfect match. After the two tied the knot, they went into business together, and Whole Spice was born. READ REVIEW

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    Wholesome Digs

    Wholesome Digs, a company started last year by a Seattle couple, sources eco-friendly serving boards, kitchen utensils, and more from artisans internationally. READ REVIEW

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    Zingerman's

    What started in 1982 as a humble deli next to a farmers market in Ann Arbor, Michigan has expanded into an online culinary empire where you can score everything from hearth-baked breads, farmhouse cheeses, chocolates, candies, and single-origin coffees to gourmet tinned fish, coffeecakes, and, yes, the most delectable deli meats and sandwich kits you can imagine. READ REVIEW


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