Monday, December 8, 2008


Looking for things to take to all those holiday parties filling up your calendar? Here's a few links to help you get inspired:

Edible gift recipes (candied nuts, fruit compote) from New York chefs [via NYMag]

A round-up of Thanksgiving appetizer ideas that can work for any cocktail party [via The NYT]

Cookies from Gourmet's archives, which date back to the 1940's. Scotch oat crunchies, anyone? [via Gourmet]

Yummy-looking dark chocolate tart with a gingersnap crust [via Smitten Kitchen]

Altoid brownies (yes, Altoid brownies) from Baked bakery in Brooklyn, made lovingly by David Lebovitz in Paris. It's a small, small world, isn't it? [via David Lebovitz]

I know I professed my newfound love of brussels sprouts earlier, but this brussels sprout Christmas tree might be crossing the line [via Apartment Therapy]


Daniel said...

Another gift idea:

Good for meat lovers and Buddhists or just for those who love a good contradiction in terms.

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