18 Gifts That’ll Make Any Foodie Happy

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1. Hammered-copper canister (medium), $79.95 at Williams-Sonoma. 

2. Landscape cup, $22, small pitcher, $32, and (bottom shelf) berry bowl, $52, at Kuzeh (Brookland). 

3. Republic kolaches, $45 a dozen savory, $35 a dozen sweet, at republic-kolache.com. 

4. Five Rainforest-Origin chocolate bars, $42.50 at harpermacaw.com.

5. Mi Comida Latina cookbook by Marcella Kriebel, $30 at marcellakriebel.com.

6. Corn rye bread, $7 at Bread Furst, available at Whole Foods.

7. Copper-wire breadbasket, $22 at Salt & Sundry.

8. Mcusta Zanmai Santoku Knife, $199.99 at dcsharp.com.

9. Nell & Mary Oyster Tea Towel, $20 at Salt & Sundry.

10. Capitoline rosé vermouth, $28.98 at Potomac Wines & Spirits.

11. Thrasher’s Ginger Beer Syrup, $11.99 at Glen’s Garden Market.

12. Republic Restoratives Civic Vodka, $29.99 at Schneider’s of Capitol Hill. 

13. Backroom Bourbon, $55 at District Distilling.

14. Giant dark-chocolate peanut-butter cups, $5 each at thecapitalcandyjar.com.

15. Pour-over coffee kit (Kalita brewer and filters not shown), $150 at Vigilante Coffee Company.

16. Pastificio Fratelli Setaro fusilli pasta, $9 at Centrolina (CityCenterDC). 

17. 1.5-liter “Fido” glass jar, $8.50 at Salt & Sundry.

18. All-Clad copper-clad two-quart covered saucepan, $359.99 at Bloomingdale’s (Chevy Chase).

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Associate Editor

Caroline Cunningham joined Washingtonian in 2014 after moving to the DC area from Cincinnati, where she interned and freelanced for Cincinnati Magazine and worked in content marketing. She currently resides in College Park.