GUIDE: National

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    Lobster Place

    Countless hungry New Yorkers and tourists alike line up every day for a taste of Lobster Place's fresh steamed lobster, lobster rolls, raw oysters, on the half shell, hand-rolled sushi, and more. READ REVIEW

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    Lone Mountain Wagyu

    Unlike most American Wagyu—which comes from cows that are a cross of Wagyu and American breeds—Lone Mountain’s beef is DNA-certified to be 100 percent Fullblood Wagyu. READ REVIEW

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    MAC knives

    Find out why star chef Thomas Keller of the French Laundry endorsed these razor-sharp knives, and why Charlie Trotter said, “They are the best I’ve worked with and I’ve worked with them all.” READ REVIEW

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    MOUTH

    This Brooklyn-based business has become a one-stop go-to stop for finding gifts for the food lovers in your life—from spirits to candy, from nut butter to salami, from cookbooks to kitchen tools. READ REVIEW

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    Mackenzie Limited

    Mackenzie Ltd. scours the globe for the top-quality products you can keep on hand for easy meals or special occasions. READ REVIEW

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    MadMac

    Paris-born Florian Bellanger honed his art under the tutelage of the French pastry chef Pierre Hermé, whose name is synonymous with macarons, and went on to oversee desserts at Le Bernardin and Fauchon USA. READ REVIEW

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    MarketSpice

    If your summer weeks threaten to stretch out in a haze of heat and ho-hum eats, turn to Seattle's MarketSpice for treats both hot and cold. READ REVIEW

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    Mauviel

    Handmade on a small scale—about 50 craftspeople bend, hammer, press, rivet, and polish it to the highest level of perfection—Mauviel cookware is what you want when you want to get serious about your kitchen. READ REVIEW

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    Melissa's

    The pro chef's go-to for exotic produce from around the globe, with rave reviews from Saveur, Bon Appétit, Martha Stewart Living and Fine Cooking. READ REVIEW

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    Mikuni Wild Harvest

    Professional chefs rely on Mikuni as their go to source for everything from small batch maple syrups and vinegars, to the most prized and exquisite caviar and roes. Why shouldn’t you? READ REVIEW


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