Holiday Gift Ideas 5: Hot Honey and the Moon and Stars.

Tis the season: every day this week, I'll be posting ten holiday gift ideas - fifty total by Friday. This year, I aimed to feature items from small businesses (Etsy and otherwise), or my favorite local  shops here in NYC. Other items are things I own and love.

Day 5: Hot Honey and the Moon and Stars.

-Feather necklace, $42. Blush-pink feathers on a leather cord.

-Senegalese basket, $20. A lidded cattail basket, Seuss-like, and the color of sunshine.

-Mike's Hot Honey, $10. I tried this chili-infused honey a few weeks ago at a pizza place called Paulie Gee's. It was drizzled over mozzarella and sopressata, and later over vanilla ice cream with candied walnuts. Unforgettable. 

-Kebnekaise Pouf Chair, $310. Modeled after Sweden's highest peak, a chair that allows the satisfaction of conquering mountains daily.

-Hand-carved Mexican slingshot, $85. Mango wood slingshots made exclusively for one of my favorite neighborhood shops

-Tiger card, $4.50. Well, hello.

-Part Wolf t-shirt, $24. For full moons. 

-Handmade skateboard, $245. In high school, my friend Maya and I once bought a skateboard from a toy store thinking we could practice on it before graduating to the real thing (something like one of these handmade oak boards). I made it as far as the foot of my driveway, and haven't ridden since.

-City of Daughters Rose Hip Grenadine, $13. For a Brooklyn-ized take on a Tequila Sunrise, grenadine made from pomegranate juice and organic rose hips.


For the rest of this year's guides (and other gift ideas from my archives), click here. Thanks so much for following along this week. I'll be back Monday - have a wonderful weekend! 

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