What We Loved: The Weekly Roundup
This week, we are in full holiday mode — who’s with us?
As November settles in with a bit of snow and chill, we have turkeys and pecan pie running through our brains. Yes, the holidays are fast approaching, and while we’ve been prepping you on what to cook, how to cook it, and what to make with the leftovers, there’s more to Thanksgiving than the feast.
We’re talking about presentation. All week long, our favorite product picks have been somehow tied to turkey day and the holidays quickly coming after. From cake servers to table linens and roasting laurels, we are getting you ready in style!
If you haven’t been keeping up with us every day, let’s take a look back at the week in What We’re Loving:
Be prepared to stand out this holiday season. Go ahead and put your shades on, because these servers are insanely shiny. We don’t just love these, we need these. Nothing screams the holidays like a little sparkle and shine, and what better way to kick off the season than by slicing into sweet potato pie with one of these servers from LEIF?
Nothing makes a gift more thoughtful than personalization. While we’ll admit branding something with your initials can get a little tacky and overwhelming if you have a surplus of goods, Mark and Graham knows how to do monogramming right.
Making a beautiful party cracker is an art, since each one must be decorative and detailed. When we came across these crackers from California-based Pimlott & Co., we fell in love. Festive, inviting, and whimsical, they are customized for any occasion, from baby showers to Thanksgiving.
Prepara kitchen tools, a brand renowned for its innovative kitchen gadgets, has created a versatile, flexible, and healthy solution for roasting — the roasting laurel. Made from silicone, it looks like a wreath of sorts — like one Julius Caesar would have worn once upon a time ago.
With Thanksgiving and Christmas just around the corner, these cookies will be a hit for those nights when you don't want to indulge in decadent holiday desserts, but still want a bite of something sweet to end the meal.
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