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Gifts for the KITCHEN

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Gifts for the KITCHEN

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HIGH TEA

Get yourself a set of these delicate porcelain cups and saucers, and you'll want it to be teatime all the time. Crafted in Denmark and decorated with an ornate blue-fluted design that evokes the best of Royal Copenhagen, they're a delightful complement to the holiday party punchbowl- pinky extensions optional. Blue-fluted teacup/saucer, $155 for pair; ShopHorne.com

DISH IT UP

Renzo Piano has become the go-to architect in recent years for many museums looking to expand- the Morgan Library & Museum, the Whitney Museum, the Art Institute of Chicago - but he designed this stainless-steel serving set for Iittala to be more humanscale. The utensils have a nice weight and wood handles for an easy grip. Servingset, $115; Iittala.com

GOOD SEED

E.V.O.O. is so iPhone 3GS. With its mellow nutty taste and emerald-green color, pumpkin seed oil - a specialty of southeastern Austria- is a culinary marvel that adds depth when combined with salad dressings or drizzled over pasta dishes. Impress your friends- a little goes a long way. Styrian Goldpumpkin *eed oil, $29.99 for 8-4 oz.; hdngrethentFinder.com

Light Rock

It might look like a piece of volcanic rock or meteor hanging from the ceiling, but this light is actually made from molded polycarbonate to give it those distinctive angles and a fractured look that feels more Space Age than Dark Age. Diesel rock pendant, $752; ConranUSA.com

THE PERISHABLES

GIFTS TO KEEP THE ICEBOX FULL (AND HAPPY)

SAY CHEESE

Cowgirl Creamery, in California's Point Reyes, has a veritable bounty of American cheeses that aren't dyed orange. …

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