GUIDE: National

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    Cocktail Crate

    The last thing you want to be doing around Thanksgiving is is taking away from your valuable family and friends time to concoct cocktails. That’s where Cocktail Crate comes into the equation. READ REVIEW

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    Cocktail Town

    San Francisco's known from chic bars and louche lounges, so it’s no wonder the city was the inspiration for this one-stop online shop for the home bartender in all of us. READ REVIEW

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    Copper Pot & Wooden Spoon

    If it’s wrong to add booze into jams—or jam into your booze—then the artisan foods producers at Copper Pot and Wooden Spoon don’t want to be right. READ REVIEW

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    Corbe

    Instead of pulling out the same old pie plates and casserole pans this year, why not put a fun twist on nostalgia and make those dishes from your childhood in the shape of your home state? READ REVIEW

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    Creminelli Fine Meats

    When Italian tradition and technique meets American innovation, deliciousness ensues. Creminelli salami is made by hand from all natural, vegetarian-fed, heritage-breed Duroc hogs that are never treated with antibiotics or kept in confinement. READ REVIEW

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    Crimson Gourmet

    If you can't find European-style dry sausages, black truffle salt, and duck bacon at the corner grocery store, what can you do? Enter Crimson Gourmet, your go-to source for hard-to-find rarities, delivered. READ REVIEW

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    Crop to Cup Coffee

    The company works directly with fair-trade, sustainable farmers in East Africa bringing those high-grade beans straight to your French press. READ REVIEW

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    Crown Maple

    Hailing from the red and sugar maples of the Taconic Hardwood Forest in Dutchess County, New York, Crown Maple’s certified organic, estate-produced maple products have grown to become the choice of chefs and connoisseurs across the country. READ REVIEW

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    D'Artagnan

    Ariane Daguin, founder of D'Artagnan, has been deeply committed to sourcing sustainable, humanely raised poultry and meat from small farms and ranches with strict standards, long before these things were trendy. READ REVIEW

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    DaRosario

    For over a quarter of a century, Rosario Safina has supplied the country with 100 percent real truffles, including the first truffle products to be certified 100 percent organic by the USDA. READ REVIEW


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