Have someone on your gift list that’s intimidatingly into high-quality food? Look no further for the perfect present. Here are three unique (and considerably pricey) gifts any food lover will be a fan of. Added plus: When they host their next stylish dinner, you’ll definitely be there, so you will be able to point out your contribution. For more great gifts for food lovers, check out The Daily Meal Editor’s 2015 Gift Guide.
Karen Mordecai hosts Sunday Suppers in Brooklyn, highlighting food, design, and community. Now, through her company, ILA, she’s launched a collection of kitchen must-haves packaged in stylish apothecary containers. For $425, you can give that special someone the entire set, which includes ingredients like olive oil, sea salt, and black lava salt.
Paris Wine Club
Gift your loved one a membership to the Paris Wine Club’s exclusive wine of the month. Your friend, significant other, or family member will receive three bottles a month, selected by the former wine director at the city’s Spring restaurant. And because of his prestigious former job title, he has access to the likes of organic vineyards that don’t even export to the United States. The price is right, too: $75 a month.
Sylvia Song Kitchenware
This Los Angeles-based woodworker creates an incredible array of products, like beautiful birch bowls and platters dyed with indigo. Pick some up for your friend or coworker if you’re willing to splurge ($325 to $650), and you’ll definitely score an invite to their next fancy dinner party.