The Minimal Wish List: The Foodie

By Jessica Leitch
In Style

Whether a foodie by profession or by hobby, your giftee will rejoice in these must-haves.

Photo by Jennifer Silverberg

Photo by Jennifer Silverberg

(Clockwise starting top left)

1/ There’s always room for desert. TREATS AND PASTRIES available a Pint Sized Bakery, St. Louis Hills.
2/ A slick way to tote good brews. WOOD THUMB SIX PACK CARRIER available at Frill Home, Ladue.
3/ Open a cold one from a neighborhood brewery. SCHLAFLY BEER available at Schlafly Bottleworks, Maplewood.
4/ For the home-brewer who spends weekends with yeast and hops. “BROOKLYN BREWSHOPS BEER MAKING BOOK” available at Larder & Cupboard, Maplewood.
5/ A “state”ment board ideal for local brie and sharp cheddar. NEWBERRY FURNITURE CHEESE BOARD available at Larder & Cupboard, Maplewood.
6/ Handcrafted goods to spice up your kitchen. WOOD SPREADER and PLATES available from Collin Garrity.
7/ Label it. BEER MONEY POUCH and HYPER CRAFTIVE PLANT SPOONS available at The Foundrie, West County Center.
8/ Tasty food deserves a pretty dish. SQUARE PLATES and DOLOMITE HOBNAIL HONEY POT available at K. Hall, Brentwood.
9/ Skip the wine, gift jam to the party hostess this year. BLACKBERRY JAM available at La Patisserie Chouquette, Botanical Heights.
10/ Dish towels too lovely to hide in a drawer. ONE CANOE TWO TEA TOWELS available at BLUSH Boutique, Kirkwood.

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