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Food Lover’s Gift Guide: Ultimate Luxury Gifts
It’s easy to find offerings for the food lover who has everything­—provided you have money to burn. By Anna Spiegel
A steamer trunk-inspired wet bar—just $4,268 at Starbay.
Comments () | Published December 11, 2012

Their weekday spot is Komi. The staff at Williams-Sonoma know them on the first-name basis. And they’ve been to Noma—on a private jet, natch. What do you get the food-loving 1 percenters who have everything? Clearly not pearl caviar spoons (they already own three sets). Browse a dozen more creative ideas, then break out that Black Amex.


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    · Speaking of towers, you should think about the size of the gift. If it's only for one person, you can get away with a small basket or box. If it's for a couple, you should make sure there are enough snacks for two people.

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